The first lesson Colin Gardner ever learned was not to trust. Growing up gay in an abusive family, Colin made peace with never falling in love. He won’t risk the pain. Especially not for a guy who’s never dated men before. No matter how much he’s tempted.
Divorced dad Charlie Keller doesn’t date. He can’t risk his daughter growing attached and getting hurt. But when Charlie helps Colin out in a pinch, his world changes forever. He can’t ignore his attraction to Colin, but he can’t act on it either - can he?
When Charlie’s ex threatens to move his daughter across the country, he realizes his worst fears might come true. And when Colin’s past comes calling, he’s not sure he’s strong enough to fight it. Can Colin and Charlie make their stars align?
After his husband Joey died, police officer Graham Andersen knew he’d never find that kind of love again. But what he’d had with Joey was more than some people ever get. He’d had his chance. He couldn’t ask for more.
When chef Ryan Gallagher is swindled out of his savings, it almost seems right. One more failure for his long list, one more way he’ll never measure up to his older brother. Joey might be gone, but he still overshadows Ryan.
When Ryan goes out to blow off steam, he doesn’t realize the hot guy he’s hitting on used to be his brother’s husband. Neither man can resist the desire they feel. But relationships require love. Love requires risk. And both men know this life offers no guarantees. Can their hearts move from winter to spring?
Hot beach action and a surprise wedding proposal! Sweet and steamy, Paradise Island can be read as a stand-alone - but if you like it, you might want to check out Billion Dollar Bet, the book it's connected to!
Graham and Ryan decide to have a threesome with a sexy stranger. What they don't count on is running into their old friends, Trevor and Josh. After a few drinks, Josh makes an interesting proposition. Graham and Ryan could be in for the night of their lives. It just might be a bit more than they bargained... four. Four Play is a 9,000 word short story filled to the brim with sweetness and overflowing with steam
Graham and Ryan might be engaged now but that doesn’t mean they’re not still learning about each other. Tonight they’re exploring some new fantasies in the backseat of Graham’s police car. The Backseat is a brand-new, sweet and steamy, 8k-word short featuring Graham, Ryan, and other characters from Sugar Season.