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A new town, a new neighbor, and a new chance to build a forever.
Charlie King is doing fine. Sure, he’s a widower raising a teenage daughter who just got her first boyfriend, his book series isn’t writing itself, and he has a crush on his new neighbor—the guy next door. But everything’s just fine.
Simon Lynley is doing better. He moved to Bethlehem to fall out of love and rebuild his career. An affair with his neighbor isn’t part of the plan, but the attraction between them is too hard to ignore.
But when Simon’s ex follows him to Pennsylvania to reconcile, and Charlie’s life starts to feel like a video on repeat, everything comes apart. Charlie fears that he’s failing as a father, and Simon is a distraction he can’t afford. Meanwhile Simon doesn’t know if he could survive being left again, and he hasn’t come all this way to make the same mistakes. Despite their fears, it’s only together that they’ll find the strength to slay old foes and build the forever they’ve been waiting for.
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Sasha Michaels is a psychic with an affinity for houses. And he’s homeless. Go figure. After months of sleeping rough, he stumbles upon an abandoned house, and the lonely place beckons him inside. He’s finally safe . . . until someone comes blundering in to his hideaway.
House-flipper Nick Cooper lost everything in the recession. Desperate to revive his business, he turns to a loan shark to fund his comeback project: flipping an abandoned house full of potential. But it turns out the house has an unexpected occupant.
Nick and Sasha make a deal: Sasha can stay in exchange for helping with the renovation. To both of their surprise, the closer they get to the loan shark’s due date, the stronger their feelings for each other grow. Problem is, Nick isn’t the only one with feelings for Sasha, and now the house doesn’t want to let Sasha go.
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Neighborhood men getting together for a game of night basketball expect just another friendly competition. Nude modeling is the furthest thing from their minds.
But amidst all of the bravado and trash talking, one player proposes raising the stakes. His dare is simple. The winning team splits a cooler full of beer, while the losing teammates pose in the buff for his “Masculinity and Tenderness” fine art painting series.
Three men, convinced they will triumph, are not expecting any shocking adventures. Vance is a confident young police officer with a robust libido. Mike is a 30-year-old businessman with an athlete’s body and a private jacuzzi. Weston, the manager of an electronics store, considers himself homely and sees nothing special in his unique facial features.
“Daring the Neighborhood” is a work of gay fiction (a novelette, 9,500 words) with erotic content intended only for mature audiences. It is the third book in the Men of Rugged Heights series and can be read as a stand-alone story or as part of the series.
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Nobody’s better at being alone than me. I’ve perfected the art of isolation: I go to work at Luna’s Diner, come home, and I definitely don’t go on dates anymore.
But then Beck walked into my diner looking like the textbook definition of a hot, single dad–tall, bearded, and the kindest eyes this side of the Rockies.
And I let my guard down for the first time in years.
He’s straight, but soon he wants to keep me close. In-bed-together close. I’d forgotten just how good it could feel. But I have no room in my life for a crush, let alone a relationship. My past broke me into pieces, and I’m only now starting to pick them back up.
I’m not going to let myself fall for him.
Even though he’s the first person I’ve been comfortable with in years.
Even though he wants me, too, on lonely nights.
Even though his touch makes me ache.
Since moving to Kinley Island, I’ve been living like a shadow. I’m divorced and single for the first time in fifteen years, and my days have been as drab and routine as the rainy weather outside.
And then one late night at my regular diner, everything changed. The mysterious, tattooed man behind the counter opened up to me–flirted with me–and I flirted back. I’ve never been into men, but I can’t keep my eyes off Caleb–he’s beautiful, intense, and broken, and now I feel a desperate urge to fix him.
But I also just got a phone call I never expected: my sixteen-year-old daughter is coming to stay with me for the summer. After living like a bachelor all year, I have no clue how to be a single parent. Caleb offers to help me, and of course I say yes.
But now I’m starting to feel addicted to him.
His body. His lips. His touch.
Is it possible to like a friend too much?
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