These new releases seem fantastic reading. Can’t wait to read them all.
Gymnast Ben Thornton is beginning to accept his sexuality, but in the charged atmosphere of the London Olympics, sex is easier to find than the love he seeks. Ben is so desperate to recapture something he felt long ago that he’s too blind to see the man he shared it with is looking for the very same thing, hiding in the shadows with the love notes he’s too afraid to send.
Then a gossipmonger threatens to distribute a sex tape Ben didn’t even know existed. Feeling betrayed, he considers leaving the games, afraid for the team’s morale. As his friends rally around him, Ben discovers they don’t always make good lovers—but a lover you know like your best friend is the best kind.
|Cover Artist:||Paul Richmond|
When his divorced father remarries, twenty-one-year-old Aaron Wood suddenly finds himself adjusting to living with a stepmom and younger sister. Then his smokin’ hot stepbrother moves in too. A recent college grad, Jordan seems adrift—but Aaron’s sure Jordan feels the same attraction toward Aaron as Aaron does toward him.
Aaron and Jordan begin with teasing, which turns to flirting, which leads to more. Jordan seems happy to fool around with him, but when Aaron insists they put a name to what they’re doing, Jordan pulls away: He’s not gay. He’s not bi. Why is Aaron being so pushy?
Aaron’s still in the closet, and he’s never had a real boyfriend. He knows they could be good together if Jordan could face the truth—but if he keeps pushing, he risks losing Jordan for good.
|Cover Artist:||Reese Dante|
Tyler Morris did not have a happy childhood. He suffered abuse at the hands of his alcoholic father, then bounced around a series of foster homes. He became unable to express his emotions or deal with his past. Then, at fifteen, at a charity boxing camp hosted by heavyweight champ Jamie Lewis, Tyler found a purpose and an outlet for his anger.
Seven years later, Tyler arrives at the The Gold Arena, Jamie’s Los Angeles gym. He’s desperate to train under the man who helped him turn his life around. With some difficulty, Tyler convinces Jamie to take him on, but their working relationship is complicated by a mutual attraction they both attempt to deny.
Jamie fears their relationship will ruin Tyler’s chance at a career in pro boxing. Tyler’s scars run deep, and he knows he could be hurt if he opens up. But how can he expect to win in the ring if he won’t let Jamie win his heart?
|Cover Artist:||Anne Cain|