Monday 14th June
Book of the week!
“If anybody ever needed him, Ellis did. Ellis was broken. Jasper liked to fix things.”
Jasper has the perfect life. He’s a blacksmith at a small guest ranch in Wyoming. The last thing he needs is to have that perfect life interrupted by a shifty-eyed ex-con, but the ranch needs the tax benefits the ex-con program will bring.
Traumatized by his time in prison, Ellis can barely speak. He’s about to be offered parole. He knows he will hate working on the guest ranch, but what other option does he have?
It’s not love at first sight. It’s not hate at first sight, either, but something in between.
A gay m/m cowboy romance with age gap, hurt/comfort, opposites attract, forced intimacy, emotional scars, trauma leading to mutism, grumpy/grumpy, and baths. A little sweet, a little steamy, with a guaranteed HEA.
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He needs a place to lay low…
Ean Garner is Hollywood’s hottest leading man. With a career that others would kill for, he seems to be living the life. Except he’s not. Ean’s been living a lie for a long time, and he’s finally taken off the mask to show the world his true self.
Of course, nothing is ever that easy, right? Instead of feeling liberated, he gets berated and told to change back. Frustrated and alone, Ean does the one thing he thinks will help… He runs.
Rhett lives life in his own bubble of happiness. He’s got his station at his tattoo shop, the ranch he inherited, and a great set of friends. Deciding to help the newest bunch out with a project leads him into a situation he never expected.
When Ean Garner, his ultimate celebrity crush and someone half his age, shows up in town needing a place to lay low, he jumps at the chance to help. He may never have a shot with the newly outed Little, but he wants to be around him as much as he can.
A gruff, older Daddy who thinks he doesn’t stand a chance. An (occasionally) bratty Little on the run from his old life. Together, they find their own version of happiness.
This book features content meant for audiences 18+. It is in the same world as the previous books in the series and is best read after the others.
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Finding Duet: Book One (Safe Harbor 1)
Elliot needs a Daddy, even if he doesn’t know it yet.
Is his old high school teacher the right man for the job?
Or will their twenty-year age gap end the relationship before it can even begin?
Finding his way in life all on his own hasn’t been easy for eighteen-year-old Elliot Hedrick, but he’s managed to hold it all together—even if it’s just by the skin of his teeth. Between his warehouse job and pursuing a career as a professional ballet dancer, he’s been working sixteen-hour days and is still barely making ends meet.
He’s fraying at the seams—and he’s so damn lonely.
Thirty-eight-year-old college professor Grant Weston has it all. The perfect job, the perfect house, the perfect life. But when an unexpected encounter in a locker room shower brings Elliot back into his life, Grant can’t let the boy keep struggling all alone—even though Grant should know better than to get involved with a younger man. Not when his last relationship with one ended in total disaster. No—there are too many obstacles keeping Grant from taking what he really wants.
Because what Grant wants is to make Elliot his boy.
Is age really just a number? Whatever happens next is in Daddy’s hands.
Finding His Boy is the first book in a duet taking place in the Safe Harbor universe but can be read as a stand-alone and has an HFN ending. This book is a 90+K word slow burn, steamy romance that features a Daddy/boy relationship between two consenting men. No age play. Dual POV. There are explicit descriptions of sexual acts, so this book is intended for a mature audience (18+).
TW: on-page physical assault (not between MCs), mention of sexual assault.
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Finding Duet: Book Two (Safe Harbor 2)
Grant finally found his boy, and Elliot finally had his Daddy—age gap be damned.
Everything is perfect, until Elliot is faced with some big decisions—decisions that only he can make.
Are Grant and Elliot just playing house, or are they finding their home?
Since meeting Grant, everything had been a whirlwind for Elliot. But now, they’re together. They’re happy. And the chemistry is explosive—it was more than enough for both of them.
Sure, they were both juggling busy work schedules—Grant was wrapped up in finals at the University, and Elliot was consumed with ballet. But they were making it work, still making time for each other and exploring their new dynamic.
Then suddenly Elliot’s ballet career takes an unexpected turn that reveals the fragility of their new relationship. Add in a startling revelation about Elliot’s dire financial situation, and everything Elliot thought he knew about himself and where he belonged is turned upside down.
As far as Grant is concerned, everything comes down to what is best for his boy—but how much is Grant willing to sacrifice for Elliot’s happiness? He wants to give Elliot everything—but he knows that isn’t always the right answer. Is he starting to build a life with Elliot just to have everything ripped away once again?
Finding His Home is the second book in the Finding Duet taking place in the Safe Harbor universe and should be read in order. This book is an 80+K word slow burn, steamy romance that features a Daddy/boy relationship between two consenting adult men, and is intended for a mature audience. No age play. Dual POV.
TW: Mention of sexual assault, mention of drug use/overdose.
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Burst pipes bring an older sub into a young daddy’s arms. What could go wrong?
Aiden Jones is thirty-eight and thirsty. Living above a drag bar in Spain, he’s trying to rebuild his broken life. But with an insatiable hunger for touch, will he fall into old habits with MuscleBoy20?
Preston Adams is a cocky bartender. Working his summer in the sun and living life to the fullest. With fluid thoughts on love, is he ripe for the picking?
Desperate for a daddy, will Aiden find a firm hand? And hungry for a taste, can Preston satisfy all his desires?
MR NEXT DOOR is an age gap gay romance with bedroom age play. HEA. This is a standalone in the Hot Boy Summer age gap romance series.
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Face to face with an old grudge.
Riley Chase escaped the drama of Five Foxes High School when he went away to pursue his dreams of Broadway. After returning home to help a friend in need, now the only drama Riley can handle comes from his students on stage. But to keep drama club funds, Riley is forced to work with his old nemesis—the guy he’s hated since senior year.
Colton Effing Landry.
That old grudge is also smoking hot…
Since his senior year a decade ago, Colton has tried to make amends for his past mistakes—lying for a homophobic bully first and foremost. He never thought he’d be back at the school with so many bad memories. Still, he needs the job. But Colton’s first day as Five Foxes High’s new girls’ JV coach hits him with bad news. Two of his athletic teams are on the chopping block due to budget cuts.
And that’s where he finds Riley Chase.
Riley Chase, the guy he had a crush on back during high school. The same Riley Chase whose last words to him during their senior year were I hate you.
Not the way to kick off a new job.
A stormy past could lead to a nightmare of a fall semester.
Now they have to work together to raise the money to save their programs. It’s either that or let their kids down.
Can Riley really trust the guy who betrayed him all those years ago? And can Colton prove to Riley he’s not the same dumb kid he was back in high school?
Can hate really turn to love?
Stupid Love is an enemies-to-lovers, contemporary gay romance novel featuring a nerdy English teacher and a hot jock coach with a little angst, some sensual heat, an HEA, and no cliff-hangers. It can be read as a stand-alone novel.
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Sometimes You Have to Move Back to Move Forward
Two years ago Zach Torosyan lost his partner, leaving him with a young son to raise alone. After his restaurant fails Zach goes home to Edgedale for one last summer. However, things back home are not as bucolic as he hoped. His folks are knee-deep in a zoning fight that threatens not only the family business but life in the Old Quarter.
Grant Strong is only going to be in town for a few weeks—a month, maybe. More than enough time to visit family and get a pesky zoning ordinance repealed for his law firm.In and out. No problem. No mess. No fuss.But it’s never that easy. In short order, Grant finds himself at odds not only with the town, but also his sister, and a certain handsome visiting father.
Can Zach and Grant meet in the middle, save the town, and maybe each other?
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