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Tony hit the road for months, leaving his MC, where he saw Cane every day, trying to get the man out of his heart and head. But he had to go back home sometime, and when Tony did, it was with the determination that he wasn’t going to hold out any hope of getting with Cane again.
But soon it becomes obvious Cane’s got a secret, and Tony’s never been good at minding his own business.
The seventh book in the Hedonist series, The Single Dad and his Soulmate can be read as a standalone but is more enjoyable as part of the series.
Can a man withstand losing his heart twice in one lifetime?
When Flynn came back to NYC, he made sure he never crossed paths with Matteo Costa.
And then they came face-to-face at a party.
Now Flynn can’t get his mind off his ex. He’s listening to Adele on repeat, and his friends are starting to notice. It isn’t long until Flynn finds out the sparks between him and Matteo haven’t died, but nothing's changed over the years-- Matteo’s still in the closet and under his grandmother's thumb.
And Flynn has more than just himself to worry about now.--He's not going to let his son down.
He had enough of Jeo “Hung” Mendoza when he worked as the biker/porn star’s assistant—he doesn’t need to go out with the guy. Besides, Jeo’s got a rep as a love-him-and-leave-him type, and Nick wants a Daddy who will stick around. But, somehow, the biker’s wheedling his way into Nick’s life…and he’s turning out to be everything Nick never knew he needed.
Pursuing his dream of becoming a principal dancer in a prestigious corps de ballet, Morgan returns to NYC only to find his brother Jake has died and his own life is in danger. When the president of Jake's motorcycle club appoints Zeke as Morgan's bodyguard and the two have to share a bedroom, Morgan finds himself more and more attracted to the guy. But Zeke is straight and kind of a jerk, and Morgan’s plate is full. Besides, he’s been alone his whole life. He’s used to it, right?
Axel, or “Ax” as his friends call him, is a big man with tattoos and muscles and a reputation among bikers as a killer. He’s been in love with Caleb for years, but Caleb is terrified around him. Because Caleb went through something very traumatic at the hands of a big man like Axel.
And Axel’s beginning to think growing in his hair and quietening his tone isn’t working.
That maybe he should just throw in the towel.
Then one day Caleb invites Axel in for a glass of water.
That's what Swish, or rather, Isaac, finally tells himself before moving out of the biker clubhouse that's been his home for the past couple of years. He's been in love with Dante since the day the tough biker found him homeless and miserable in a gas station restroom, but Dante's never shown the younger man anything more than brotherly affection. So Isaac takes a live-in job working in a privately-owned animal shelter where he can continue his pet stylist business. When Dante starts hanging around Isaac's place, acting jealous and sending mixed signals until Isaac doesn't know what to think anymore, Isaac decides a little indulgence in his secret penchant for lace might clear up the question of whether Dante really wants to be friends…or maybe he’s ready for something more.
Blaze made it clear last summer that he wasn’t interested, so why is the biker suddenly so eager to date me? I work eighteen hours a day just to pay my rent. I don’t have time for his b.s. But every considerate thing Blaze does draws me in closer, and I’m a sucker for those blue, blue eyes…
Only, ever since I’ve been hanging out with Blaze, something’s been triggered in my brain. Something I don’t want to face.
And it’s not going away.
The Brat and the Bossman can be read as a standalone but is better enjoyed read in series order. Tropes are barely making it, MCs at odds, PTSD, bratty pole dancer and the biker determined to win him.
River lost his pack because he tired to be friendly with humans. Now he's not sure he can trust them.
But River's mate is half-human, and Josiah insists on working around humans every day. After what happened with his original pack, River is questioning every step he makes, and it's causing conflict with his omega mate. Meanwhile, omegas continue to come down with life-threatening illness that are expected to be caused by a faction of humans who want to wipe out werewolves entirely. The pack is relying on Jax to find the proof to save them.
In the aftermath of the raid on the omega trafficking ring, River's pack is left struggling with various threats.
David is on trial for attempted murder.
Max and his rogue pack are harassing Cascade City Pack.
Those darted by the human faction must take an untested antidote made by a criminal to get well again.
Mark struggles with his new omega mate's needs.
Jax must make up his mind once and for all whether to take the bite and stay with the men he loves, or to remain human and leave the pack for good.
Sid is determined to stay with his pack, even if it means giving up the man he loves.
The winds of change are blowing through the River Wolf Pack compound. River, the pack alpha, has allowed rogue wolves, a coyote shifter, and humans to join the pack. Then there’s the twin girls that Josiah, River’s mate, has given birth to. A movement to return to more traditional werewolf ways is gaining momentum.
In exchange for Leo’s help, Stone offers him the position of second alpha should Stone succeed in usurping River as pack alpha. Leo has his own problems -- his desire to rise within the pack wars with his dislike of Stone. With the addition of Sam and Foster into the mix, Leo’s personal life is no less complex.
Jax knows he must make a difficult decision before he’s turned out of the compound. Should he remain human or accept David’s bite? He loves the alpha wolf, but he also has ties to the human world, ones he doesn’t want to sever. When David discovers Brooks is considering mating Stone, David determines to prevent it. Can Jax provide a solution to Brooks’s problem even if it means sacrificing his own happiness?
Can River remain in charge of an increasingly fractured pack? Does he even want to?
Sayer Mills has learned the hard way not to be too trusting, yet something tells him he can trust the handsome firefighter who kindly offers him shelter from the elements. The young widower has sequestered himself in his cottage in the woods with only his huge dog for companionship, and Sayer finds himself wanting to bring a little joy into the house in return for Dane's kindness.
With mutual attraction growing between the two men, Dane wonders if he can convince his house guest to stay longer than the holidays, and Sayer second guesses his plan to head to the next town.
The Key to his Heart for Christmas is 21k of holiday sweetness mixed with the passion you've come to expect from a Rebecca James MM romance. This novella was originally published by JMS Books under the title Love Lost, Love Found. Upon regaining rights, the author reworked the story, doubling it in length, although the names of the characters and basic premise remain the same as the original version.