A Small Town MM Romance
Being a single dad isn’t easy, especially when tragedy strikes. Going back home is his best option. The last thing he expects to find is love.
Jaron McAllister thought nothing would ever change in the small town where he grew up. The same bullies would harass him for being gay, and no one would really care. Still, Pickleville holds less danger for his six-year-old son than his rundown neighborhood in the city.
Despite his low expectations, he finds Pickleville isn’t the same old tired farming town, although two things remain the same. The same bully wants to drag him down. And Travis Heath is still the hottest guy in town. And somehow Jaron has gained both of their attention. One offers nothing but pain. The other offers a love he’s not sure he should trust.
If opposites attract, a nerd who likes having a good time and a quiet cowboy with a temper are as opposite as they come.
Greg Mitchell’s childhood had been filled with abuse and addiction. He had been the kid everyone in Pickleville felt sorry for. And then he became a part of the Heath Family and his life changed forever. Now he had a job he loves, people who love him, and he’s finishing his last semester of undergraduate school. None of the good erases the bad, though. And sometimes he still feels as if he doesn’t belong. Especially around someone as perfect as Brian Stockwell. Maybe it’s a good thing Brian has never given him the time of day. Then Greg does the thing that puts him on Brian’s radar. He confesses his infatuation one drunken night. All he sees the morning after is heartache and embarrassment.
Fixing What’s Bent is a rerelease with added content. It has been reedited and rewritten.
Andrew only ever gives one night, but with Kyler, one night isn’t enough.
Andrew Martinez has learned not to hold on to romance. As a former homicide detective, he understands death in ways most don’t. It’s clouded his personal life to the point he hasn’t bothered with more than one-night stands. When he moves to Pickleville and takes the job as the local police chief, he thinks small-town life might finally lift the clouds. But his old ways are hard to shake. Even when he meets Kyler, who makes him feel things he never has before, he makes sure their night together doesn’t extend to the morning after. What he discovers is one night isn’t enough, but by then, Pickleville becomes the scene of a series of crimes, and Kyler might just be the next target.
Opposites attract when the timid bar owner asks the resident bad boy out on a date.
Brad Flynn’s reputation doesn’t change just because he has. Prison might not have been fun, but he’d made the most of it. Since his release, he’s tried to make the most out of his freedom as well. His handyperson business is taking off, but his clients are in neighboring towns. When local bar owner, Kendrick Ashby, calls him to fix a leaky roof, he doesn’t expect the attraction he feels to go anywhere. Kendrick’s violent past doesn’t make asking him out on a date a simple task. Can Brad be brave enough to start over?
Luis has two problems. The depression monster is breathing down his neck and he’s in love with his boss, who thinks their age-gap and employer/employee status is a deal-breaker.
Luis Flynn has had a thing for Royce Hessing since the day he started work when he was still in high school but Royce doesn’t see him as anything other than an employee, and an annoying one at that. It’s hopeless to think they could be anything more. And then Royce kisses him. It should make Luis happy, but Luis finds that emotion hard to grasp. In fact, he’s finding it difficult to get through a day so his attraction to his boss, along with everything else in his life, takes a backseat.
Owen’s bitter heart can’t resist a man with the voice and face of an angel.
Owen Ashby thought his life was over the day of his car accident. Coming face to face with death has a way of changing a person. Not that Owen likes change. He doesn’t. He especially doesn’t like his wheelchair. He just wants to be left alone, but his family has other ideas. They think it’s a great idea to make Owen into a farmhand and call that therapy. But the farm has a way of healing a person. When he meets Neil, his world tilts and Owen gets his first taste of what insta-lust must feel like. But was it a passing feeling, or would their attraction turn into something deeper?
Running from a stalker drives him straight into the arms of the cowboy version of Prince Charming.
Pickleville reminds Dakota Weaver of the home he left behind. He’s familiar with small, sleepy farming towns. He’s also familiar with charming cowboys, but the last one he gave in to stalked him. He’s been running ever since. As tired as he is of looking over his shoulder and moving from one place to the next, he’s ready to set down roots somewhere. Pickleville seems about right. But that doesn’t include giving into his attraction for Jackson Bartlett.
A visit to his hometown brings him face-to-face with his ex-boyfriend. Will it mean renewed heartbreak or a second chance at love?
Robyn Heath has four days of visiting his family, riding horses, and blessed escape from his demanding job. When he left Pickleville all those years ago, he’d never thought it would become the best place for a little rest and relaxation, but it was everything he needed.
Until Caden Flynn shows up.
He’d thought he recovered from getting ghosted by the love of his life, but old wounds resurface. Relaxation turns into Caden’s near-constant presence.
And another thing, how did his ex get hotter? It doesn’t seem fair.
From the author of the Rainbow Awards honorably mentioned, The Journey of Jimini Renn and the Saint Lakes Series comes book eight in the Pickleville Series. The book features a sailor coming home from war to reignite an old flame, and a once-bitten-twice-shy paramedic.
Even after years, Seth is still in love with his best friend, and just as invisible as he’s always been. Or so he thinks.
Carter Heath has a lot of responsibility. The farm. His daughter. It all adds up. He hasn’t thought about dating in years. Not since Izzy was born. He thinks he might be ready for a little romance, but is bringing someone around his daughter a good idea?
Too bad it takes the near death of Seth Murray’s father to bring him back home again. Carter is still glad to see him. They’d been best friends once, after all. He’s surprised by the punch of attraction upon reuniting. As much as Carter wants to turn friends to lovers, he’s not sure he can trust Seth with his heart. Seth has disappeared from his life once already.
Does Seth have the staying power to make love last?
The book features a busy farmer afraid to love, and an accountant who has always had it bad for his best friend.