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About Rebecca James
> Rebecca James lives in Fantasyland, or so her husband claims. She grew up escaping into books because book people were often so much better than real life people. This naturally led to creating her own book people and the worlds they live in. Somewhere in all this, Rebecca found herself captivated with the tender side of relationships between men, which eventually led her to write "slash" (M/M) fanfiction and later to brave the M/M romance world. If she could write it full time, all the time, she would be happiest. Whether she's writing about tough bikers, hot shifters, aliens, or something else, all her guys fall in love with burning passion that heats up the pages.
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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.
When Luca's best friend Michael asks him to pose as his boyfriend for a week at a resort in Miami, Luca's suddenly given a taste of everything he's always wanted. And although he knows it's going to be difficult to go back to the real world, he can't help but get a little lost in the act. Funny thing is, before this trip Luca would have sworn he knew everything about his best friend. But before they leave Miami, Michael reveals something that Luca never expected.
Tropes: Fake boyfriend, friends-to-lovers, bi-discovery, virgin, tall/short.
During their fifteen years of friendship in the Marine Corps, West and Logan have made countless bets, trading the same worn-out hundred dollar bill back and forth. One night at a bar, West bets Logan that within fifteen minutes he can convince two women to have a foursome with them. Not believing his friend can do it, Logan takes the bet. The night that follows is a little more eye-opening than either man planned.
During his years as a Marine, Logan kept his bisexuality to himself, firmly squashing the attraction he felt for West when they met. But the night of the foursome, those feelings reawaken, leaving Logan raw and unsure.
West definitely enjoyed the foursome, but the more he thinks about it, the more he wonders if Logan’s presence is what really turned him on. Confused and needing answers, his next bet follows a plan that he hopes will make things clear to him.
But at what cost?
Wanna Bet? is a prelude to the Balls and Brawn series. Book 2, the continuation of West and Logan’s story, is due out in early 2022.
New cover October 2019
Alpha businessman Carter Christian knows he's somewhat of a recluse, but he likes living out in the country with only the rare visitor. When his best friend and business partner suddenly asks him to house his omega son--a son Carter never even knew about-- for a short time, Carter is shocked, wary, and intrigued all at the same time. Omegas are rare, and until then, Carter had never met one. For his friend, however, he's willing to do it, even though the act requires that Carter take rut suppressants for the duration of the omega's stay.
Nineteen-year-old omega Jackson is tired of being hidden away. His parents plan to mate him to some alpha he doesn't even know, and until then he has to stay with his father's best friend. He finds he doesn't mind the latter so much because Carter listens to him and even tries to help Jackson research omegas. But, all too soon, the time comes for Jackson to mate the strange alpha. Only he doesn't want that alpha--he wants the alpha he's been living with who treats him like a person rather than something to be owned. Jackson doesn't care that Carter's old enough to be his father, but Carter isn't willing to break his friend's trust. Learning his parents may have been right about a government conspiracy against omegas only makes things more complicated for the two men who seem destined to be kept apart.
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?
In an attempt to protect a young omega under his protection from a deadly government plot, Alpha Maddox Angel has volunteered himself as a mate. He barely knows David Bridges, but since the day Maddox claimed the omega in front of government officials, a tenuous bond has formed between them. After spending years wanting to get away from his family's ranch, Maddox isn't sure he'll be able to settle down there with a mate—particularly not with an omega mate. No one knows much about alpha/omega relationships other than they are said to be highly sexually charged, and Maddox isn't eager to relinquish his control to his ruts.
David has lived his life hidden from the government trying to kill him. He never expects handsome, tattooed Maddox Angel—the man hired to keep him safe—to offer to mate him. Part of David is excited at the prospect, but another is afraid that no mating begun out of a sense of obligation can last.
The Alpha’s Unexpected Omega is the second book in the SOS omegaverse series, which contains ruts, heats, nesting, erotic customs, and general omegaverse kink wrapped up in sweet, passionate romance. It is recommended that book one, The Alpha’s Forbidden Omega, be read first.
When a terrifying text message sends Mick Waters spiraling into panic, he finds himself constantly looking over his shoulder. A concerned friend arranges for Mick to be escorted to a Tennessee cabin to stay with Oxford Bradley, his new bodyguard--a big man Mick finds both frightening and incredibly attractive.
Ox is determined to keep Mick safe from his abusive ex. Attraction is one thing, but Ox is confused at how unexpectedly titillated he is when Mick admits to having a Daddy kink. However, Ox has never had an unprofessional relationship with a client, and he's not about to start one now.
Out of Harm’s Way is an MM romance and the first book in the Balls and Brawn Bodyguard series.
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.
One moment of complete clarity. That''s all it took
I saw my partner on the police force--my very best friend--in a lip lock, and my first reaction wasn't so much shock he was attracted to men as pure unadulterated jealousy.
That it wasn't me he was kissing.
Jealousy? What the hell did that mean?
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.
Blaze made it clear last summer that he wasn’t interested, so why is the biker suddenly so eager to date Lake? Lake works eighteen hours days just to make ends meet--he doesn't have time for Blaze's b.s. Still, every considerate, helpful thing Blaze does for Lake draws Lake in closer, and those blue, blue eyes...
But the more Lake sees of Blaze, the more something is triggered in his brain. Something unpleasant. 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 a biker determined to win him.