Release date: Expected January 2020
A Men of Falcon Pointe novel
When Trent Farnsworth moves to Falcon Pointe, he wants to get as far away from his controlling family and religion as he can. While he cannot imagine admitting he’s gay, he accidentally outs himself in front of his four new roommates. None of the men living at 959 Brenton Street are what the world would consider normal, but all four of them accept Trent as he is. Falling for his landlord Cory Venerin is a surprise. When he realizes Cory feels the same way, he feels he’s at the right place at the right time.
Until his father finds out he’s gay and uses his resources to try and turn him straight. Using Trent’s love for Cory against him, Taylor Farnsworth may have found just the right ploy to keep the two apart. With his plan underway, Trent may end up at a hospital whose sole purpose is to rip the gay out of him. Unless Cory can get to him in time.
Warning: This book is the 2nd edition of 959 Brenton Street, a Falcon Pointe novel. It contains scenes of loving discipline and acts of an intimate nature between two men. Each novel can be read as a standalone, but reading them in order is helpful.
How can this be wrong when it feels more right than any relationship he’s ever had?
Avit Johan spends his days building up his business. He has no time, nor desire, to find a partner. With his brother’s wedding coming up, he makes time to update his dancing skills. Desire sizzles within him at the sight of Just Deveroux, owner of Just Dance.
Just has a good life. An ex-wife who is his best friend. Three wonderful children. And a dance studio he lives for. The only thing missing is the right partner, the man he will dance the rest of his life with. He’s begun to believe it won’t happen for him. Until he meets Avit.
Attraction explodes between them, and neither wants to step away from the flames. The problem is that Avit has hidden his bisexuality for years and has no intention of coming out of the closet.
Worried that their relationship will destroy the happiness of those they love, they break things off. By the time Avit realizes what losing Just means to him, it may be too late. It’s going to take opening his heart to everyone he cares for if he is to have any chance of winning Just back.
A Corbin’s Bend Pride novella
This is an expanded version of A Good Family Man
Jack Carmichael’s natural instinct is to take care of people. In his job as a U.S. Marshal, he’s done that for 25 years. Unfortunately, being married to his job has left his love life in tatters. Now classified unfit for duty, he retires to figure things out. Dominant and used to taking control like his brother Brent, he has never been interested in spanking. Until a cute Nurse Practitioner catches his attention.
Josh Martin feels lucky. He’s not only accepted into Corbin’s Bend, but he’ll be working at the Corbin’s Bend Medical Clinic as its only Nurse Practitioner. At thirty-two, he figures this is his last-ditch attempt at finding a dominant partner who isn’t abusive. He finds more than his share of dominant men in Corbin’s Bend, not the least of which are the Carmichael brothers. Brent’s dominance is both comforting and unnerving; Jack’s turns him on.
Josh is unlike any submissive male Jack has encountered and when the younger man asks him out, he accepts. One day of fun turns into two, three…until Jack, with more failed relationships than he can count in his past and unsure he can be the head of house Josh needs, leaves, burying himself once again in work. When a word from his brother puts things into perspective, he can’t help wondering Maybe this time…