Stormy Weather by Chrissy Munder
Meteorologist Grant Singer is sick of dates who only want to bed the TV “weather guy.” But the matches from the online dating service he signs up with are even worse. In fact, the only thing that makes the endless dinner dates bearable is Craig, the cute waiter at his favorite restaurant. Luckily for Grant, Craig never misses one of his forecasts….
Score Two for the Good Guys by Maria Albert
Cat is convinced her physical therapy client, civilian hero Jeremy Masterson, would be the perfect match for her big brother, Detective Rick McFarlan. The trick is hooking the tough cop up with the gentle social worker without arousing her wary brother’s suspicions that she’s matchmaking again. With the help of some friends, the two men are introduced at a party, and sparks fly. Unfortunately, instead of lighting a fire, Rick manages to go down in flames. Will Jeremy give Rick a second chance to prove that Cat was right after all and Jeremy is the soul mate Rick never expected to find?
Fragments of a Fiery Sun by M. Jules Aedin
Exiled from his native land for his politics—and his preference for men—Kelan is looking for a new start in America. The last thing he wants is to get entangled with a gang of thieves the minute he steps foot on the New York City docks. But pickpocket Midge thinks the handsome Irishman is just what the gang—and especially their leader, Toby—needs.
Some Delay Expected by Sean Kennedy
Kyle hates when his best friend Missy tries to set him up—which doesn’t stop her from doing it anyway. So maybe he was less than fair in dismissing Sam as a loser after a single cup of coffee. When a winter storm strands the two college students on the Amtrak train on their way home for the holidays, the least he can do is give the guy a second chance, right?
Hot Property by S. Blaise
Robbie’s mother has her heart set on a match between her son and his childhood playmate Jamie—who Rob can’t even remember! He’s far more interested in his new real estate client, the delectable Jay Grant. Is it possible that mom really does know best?
Waves of Love by John Simpson
Ken is so happy with his lover, Jack, that he wants his friends to be happy too. Setting up Jerry and Dale on a vacation cruise, he can’t resist tagging along himself to give love a little push. He never dreamed he’d enjoy matchmaking so much!
Thirty by Zahra Owens
In Mallick’s world, life begins at thirty—the age when he’s through working and ready to meet his life mate. But even though Varr is a Matchmaker himself, they seem to have little in common. Could the match be a mistake, or is Varr the man he’s ready to Bond with for life?