Release date: Expected Spring 2020
A Men of Falcon Pointe novel
Bastien Cather planned to live the life laid out for him until he found out there was something better. Now in Falcon Pointe, he plans to live as an out and proud gay man. Only what he thought would be easy was difficult and what he thought was going to be hard was easy. Living in a house filled with men like him, he fully intends to fly. He just doesn’t expect to fall for his roommate David.
Between a tough school, a boyfriend that’s more like a brother, and battling his own fears, he never expects to be outed to his family. Nor does he expect for David to like him too. With David at his side and his roommates supporting him, he just might make it through his first year at Falcon Pointe University. If one large announcement doesn’t derail his plans first.
Warning: This book is the 2nd edition of Finding His Home, a Men of Falcon Pointe novel. It contains scenes of loving discipline and acts of an intimate nature between two men. While each book can be read as a standalone, they are best read in order.
Gingham “Gin” Riley is lonely but has no idea how to meet guys. So when one lands practically in his lap, he’s excited and nervous about finding where this may lead. Ton “Tonic” Icasian is looking for a relationship, not just quick sex, and is instantly attracted to Gin.
Take one cold winter, add in ice dancing on a frozen pond, equal parts Gin and Tonic with a piece of lime cheesecake to top it off and you have A Little Gin & Tonic, a sweet, humorous, contemporary romance.
For Christian Darringer, life isn’t worth living. Just back from the Middle East—scarred and with permanent damage to one leg—he doesn’t think anyone will want him for anything. He didn’t plan on meeting someone he can’t stop thinking about. Pulled toward the startling younger man, he begins to question a lot of things—especially his sexuality. Not one to hide from a challenge, he plunges ahead only to find himself more than just attracted to Logan.
Logan Mannette has almost everything he ever wanted: loving parents, happiness, friends, and security. The only thing missing is the love of his life, a love just like his parents have. When he meets Christian at a party, everything changes. Instantly attracted, he does his best to help the sad man and quickly finds himself feeling more than he has ever felt before. Raised in a domestic discipline household, he holds that ideal as what he wants. His interest in spanking has become a fetish and when Christian admits he wants to be spanked, Logan believes he might have found the perfect man.
Just as everything begins for them, Christian’s past intercedes and one of his brothers makes waves about him dating a man. When it lands Christian in the hospital, he is forced to reevaluate their budding romance. Being with Logan might feel as natural as breathing, but if it costs Christian everything he cares about, is this new relationship worth it?