Christian takes to heart everything he learns from Logan’s father. As he and Logan go forward in their DD relationship, he finds that he’s willing to not just take on the mantle of head of house, but to embrace it. With Logan graduating from college, Christian takes the next logical step and asks his boyfriend to move in.
Even with the stress of student teaching and trying to figure out what to do after graduation, Logan leaps at the chance to live with the man he loves. The pressure of graduation begins to get to him and the only thing keeping him grounded is the amazing man at his side.
Those closest to them make huge changes in their own lives and when an unexpected job offer lands in Logan’s lap, they have to make a life-altering decision. No matter which way they go, they need to give something up. Play it safe and stay home or accept the job and move away from their families? When it comes to decision time, there is one thing they are not willing to part with. That one thing makes all the difference in the world.
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…
Nicholas Layton, fresh off his mission for his church, attends Falcon Pointe University. He plans to enjoy the next year before giving in to pressure to marry his girlfriend. He doesn’t think a man like him can be happy. When he meets other men who come from the same background who are happy, his perfectly structured life begins to fracture.
Between keeping up appearances of the old him, Nick investigates the man inside. He hangs out with other gay men and even dates one. Ethan Kierk is fascinating in ways girls never have been.
He’s lived his life by others’ rules, not imagining there was a way out. As everything from his old life crumbles, he has two choices. Sink or make his own rules and swim into the unknown.
Warning: This book is the 2nd edition of His Right Choice, a Men of Falcon Pointe novel. This book has been changed from its original form with new content. 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.