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About Noah Steele
Noah Steele is an out and proud gay author based in Toronto, Canada. His debut M/M romance series, Cut to the Feeling, is the start of a journey to share stories featuring queer characters getting the happy endings they deserve. He believes that queerness is strength, and the gay men at the heart of his books embody that strength without experiencing queerness as a roadblock to happiness. Like Noah, they're out, proud, and thriving in their whirlwind romantic adventures! When he's not writing, Noah is an avid video gamer and gym-goer.
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Two ex-best friends.
Fifteen painful years apart.
One hell of a heart-pounding reunion.
Jasper Fox was my first friend, my first fantasy, and my first heartbreak. When I confessed my crush at seventeen and he pulled away, I got scared and left town without saying goodbye. Fifteen years later, we’re both back in Sugar Hills, and all I want is closure. But when he proposes a flashback tour through our friendship, all my feelings come flooding back.
When our reunion leads to romance, is the fall worth the pain of losing Jasper again?
By the time I realized I'm not so straight, Cole was gone, and I was confused and alone.
Now I’m back home, between jobs, and looking for a second chance. I need Cole to know he was never just my best friend. The closer we get, the less I want to be without him, even knowing I’ll eventually be leaving town again for my dream job. Maybe it’s my turn to put my heart on the line so I can prove to Cole my feelings are real.
I didn't know how to catch him when we were kids, but I'm finally ready for one last fall.
Catch Me If I Fall is a best-friends-to-strangers-to-lovers, second chance, MM romance that also features meddling friends, a curious library cat, and a fluffy fall small town Canadian setting. It's low angst, swoony, steamy, and packed with tons of early 2000s nostalgia.
He’s just a popular jock looking for an easy A to keep his scholarship. Acting is all I have, even if I’m always in the background. Being forced to partner with campus hockey god Alex Hayes for our drama final will end in disaster.
When someone suggests we act in a love scene, Alex jumps at the chance. I refuse—until he convinces me with a kiss that makes me feel like we’re invincible together. The sparks between us are bright, hot, and leave me hungry for more.
If all we have is one week, I’m taking center stage to put on a show with Alex neither of us can walk away from. Even if I don’t know how to say it, he needs to know I’m in love.
Acts of Love is a low-angst new adult M/M instalove romance featuring a shy theater nerd and a confident college jock connecting in swoony, steamy ways before a guaranteed HEA. It is suggested this series be read in order.
My relationship rut ends when pro racer Derrek Luna speeds into my cozy bookstore and crashes the end of a disastrous date. He’s way too risky to fall for, but I can’t ignore the sudden sparks between us. It doesn’t take long before we’re head over heels for each other, and we’ll need that love to cross the finish line.
Lap 1: Derrek wants to settle down and stop racing. The woman who runs his life on the track refuses to lose her star without a fight.
Lap 2: The closer I get to Derrek, the angrier my ex-turned-best-friend gets. Is he...jealous?
Lap 3: Someone broke into my bookstore. I’m starting to wonder if Derrek’s exes ghosted, or if someone convinced them to disappear.
But I’m tired of playing it safe, even if being with Derrek is risky for more than just my heart.
Racing into Love is a low-angst contemporary M/M instalove romance. Opposites attract in swoony, steamy ways before a guaranteed HEA. It is suggested this series be read in order. Content warnings include: on-page panic attacks.
From the second I trip over my own feet and fall into Seth’s lap, his touch is electric. When he kisses me at the top of the Ferris wheel, I’m done daydreaming about my ex-boyfriend turned best friend, Aiden. Seth is a muscular mystery I’m dying to solve. I know he wants to explore every part of me, too, but there’s someone standing in the way.
Seth can smile with me. He can laugh, cry, feel. When we’re together, nothing else matters but the heat between us. The walls around his heart are to protect us both, but I’m more than soft and sweet. I can be dangerous, especially if it means fighting to free Seth from living under Nik’s manipulative thumb.
It’s a whirlwind romance, and I’m throwing myself into the storm.
Fighting for Love is a low-angst contemporary M/M instalove romance. Opposites attract, bringing together a daydreamy twink and mysterious muscle boy in swoony, steamy ways before a guaranteed HEA. It is suggested this series be read in order.
Meeting Leo was a happy accident. Now I can’t get him off my mind. Having feelings for a guy is new, and I’m in way over my head. My future’s been decided since I was in diapers, and falling for a boy in college wasn’t in my family’s master plan.
But from our first curious kiss, everything about Leo feels right. Before I know it, I’m dying for our friendship to become something more before the semester ends.
Screw the plan. I’m not going the rest of my life without him.
So much for not crushing on a straight boy. Only Clark’s not so straight, and it’s way more than a crush.
It’s easy to lose myself in his kiss and hard to forget the way he makes me feel. To the rest of Honeywood, Clark is the untouchable campus king of Royal U. To me, he’s the boy who comes apart when we touch, the boy who wants me to put him back together, and the boy who stole my heart when I wasn’t looking.
Clark is the muse who pulls poetry out of me.
Can he also be the boy who teaches me what it’s like to fall in love?
Heartthrob is a new adult low angst gay romance. Visit Royal U and the small town of Honeywood for a dreamy, steamy slice of life MM romance featuring explosive first times, fierce friendships, and curious college boys thinking with their bodies.
I didn’t think I’d meet flirty Scottish artist Connor May at an exhibit of his own work. I didn’t think I’d follow when he pulled me by the hand away from his rabid fans. I didn’t think our accidental kiss would stir the butterflies in my chest I haven’t felt since losing Ethan.
My feelings are undeniable. But am I falling for Connor, or is he so much like the dead ex-love of my life that I’m still in love with a ghost? I’m all-in when I chase Connor into a thunderstorm for a blistering kiss that leads to more, and I know he loves me, too.
Will Connor feel the same about me when I tell him about my ex—and that it’s my fault Ethan died?
Visions of Love is a low-angst contemporary instalove romance. Opposites attract as sparks fly between a grief-stricken grumpy barista and a flirty Scottish artist made of sunshine. They connect in swoony, steamy ways before a guaranteed HEA. It is suggested this series be read in order. Content warnings include: loss of a loved one.