The Perfect Match by Jaelyn Storm
My mother always warned me about hot-blooded blonde women. At one time, I thought I should have listened. Now I know Evania did me a huge favor by gifting me to her master. Otherwise I would never have found my perfect match.
A strapping football player in the roaring ’20s, Adam Taylor dated girls like Evie because it was expected, even if he didn’t really see the appeal. But when the flapper used extreme measures to introduce Adam to the exotic Viktor Ravenika, the attraction was immediate, and so strong it was almost… unnatural.
Crash and Burn by Catt Ford
Rafael is determined to dislike Peter on principal, just because his interfering friend Zelda set them up on a blind date—and Peter seems more than willing to return the sentiment. But coincidence and a pair of puppies throws them together again—with explosive results. Like Zelda says, “Hate is only love that has lost its way.”
Third Time’s the Charm by Chrissy Munder
John Turner went to the 24-hour Urgent Care center to get his employee Bobby some medical attention, not to scope out the doctors. But Nick Davros was awfully hard to ignore. So when Bobby’s cousin gets hurt at the construction site, John knows exactly where to go. Despite Bobby’s best matchmaking attempts, Nick doesn’t seem interested in John—until a calamitous event throws them together a third time.
Dear Alex by Clare London
Robbie and Alex started the Meant for Men advice column together, as collaborators and lovers. But over time they drifted apart, and the column—and Alex’s life—took a harsh, cynical turn. It takes the threat of Robbie leaving the magazine to make Alex realize he could use some advice himself.
How to Woo a Straight Man by Jaymz Connelly
If Chris had been looking for a hero, he couldn’t have found a better model than Vic. The buff, handsome stranger who rescues him from a gay-bashing attack outside his gym is close to perfect—except for being straight. So why are the two spending so much time together?
Three on a Match by Nicki Bennett
Ever since Quinn recruited his best friend, Burk Rikert, to work at Matchless Men, an exclusive matchmaking service targeting executive-level gay men, Burk has hidden his attraction for the company’s charismatic founder, Adrian Smithson. Left to himself, Burk would never act on his feelings—so Quinn decides it’s time to take matters into his own hands.