When Tony left town, Cane accepted the guilt of having driven the sexy computer whiz away by rejecting him after a night of passion. Now Tony’s back, and Cane wants him more than ever. But nothing’s changed; Cane is still under the control of his ruthless cousin, and getting close to Tony would only draw the young man into the egocentric conman’s orbit. Keeping Tony at arm’s length, however, proves extremely difficult.
When Tony returns to the Hedonists’ clubhouse, he tells himself to stay away from Cane Winters. He knows there’s more to the man than the shallow hunk-of-muscle Cane portrays, but Tony refuses to insert himself where Cane’s made it clear Tony isn’t wanted.
When a twist of fate introduces Tony to Karl Bruder, Cane’s powerful cousin, Tony swiftly becomes embroiled in the hidden side of Cane’s life. Soon the two men realize the full extent of Bruder’s nefarious deeds and begin to work together to bring the man down. This means putting their lives on the line just when their feelings for each other become too strong to deny–which is just the advantage Bruder needs.
The Survivor and his Safe Place, Book 4 of the Hedonist Series
A big, tough biker, Axel Bryant has used his muscle to frighten more than a few people over the years. Which makes it ironic how he’s spent the last three years patiently trying to persuade Caleb Sullivan, the man he’s loved practically at first sight, to stop being afraid of him. A past trauma for which Axel’s looks are a trigger has kept Caleb fearful, but just when Axel is thinking he should give up on the younger man, things take a sudden turn. When Caleb makes it clear he’s interested in Axel, the biker is over the moon. But with his violent past, is he worthy of someone like Caleb?
Caleb has spent the past four years suffering flashbacks of the night his entire family was killed while he hid upstairs in a closet. He’s finally found a good therapist, and, more than anything, he wants to be normal again. Axel’s big, muscular build both attracts Caleb and terrifies him. He can only hope he’s doing the right thing by reaching out to the man and not setting himself back in the recovery he’s only recently made strides in.
The Brat and the Bossman, Book 3 of the Hedonist Series
Kicked to the curb by his wealthy parents, Lake Adams works four jobs just to get by. When handsome Blaze Harrington walks back into his life, Lake doesn’t have the time to flirt. Besides, the first time they had met, the sexy biker had turned Lake down. Now Blaze seems interested, but in more than just a one-nighter.
And Lake isn’t boyfriend material.Ever since his older brother died, Blaze has run the Hedonist Motorcycle Club. He also owns a porn company, Hard Time Productions. When he decides to merge with another company, he’s surprised to find his new business partner’s PA is Lake Adams, the feisty, sharp-tongued young man Blaze had met at a party over a year ago. Blaze has come to terms with a lot of things since then and, after some initial uncertainty, wants to give dating Lake a try. But the guy’s burning the candle at both ends and determined not to make things easy for Blaze. However, the more Blaze sees of Lake, the more he’s convinced the man is worth the effort.
And Blaze is a determined man.
Most of his young life, Morgan Wentworth has dreamed of becoming a principal dancer in a prestigious corps de ballet. After years studying the art in Milan, Morgan comes home to New York City to apprentice with the Manhattan Ballet Company only to be hit by the unexpected death of his older brother, Jake. The grieving dancer learns his life is threatened by a dangerous rival motorcycle gang and that pierced, tattooed, HOT biker Zeke Ivers has been assigned by Jake’s MC to guard him. Saddled with the constant presence of the infuriating man, Morgan juggles the demands of an exhausting dance schedule as well as his new responsibilities as CEO of his family’s multi-million-dollar company. He never expects to develop an attraction for the straight, obnoxious biker, but that’s exactly what happens.
Estranged from an abusive family, Zeke Ivers has lived at the Sentinel’s club house and worked on cars since he was a teen. When fellow club member Jake Wentworth and a rival club president’s girl are killed on Jake’s bike, the Sentinel’s president delegates the protection of Jake’s little brother, Morgan, to Zeke. Zeke would do anything for the club that pulled him off the streets, but Morgan’s a ballet dancer, for Christ’s sake, as well as annoying as hell. Still, Zeke finds himself inexplicably drawn to the young man. The more attracted Zeke becomes to Morgan, the more the biker is forced to examine his sexuality and decide whether two people from opposite sides of the tracks could possibly have a future together, or if Zeke should do what is fast becoming too painful to consider: let Morgan go.
5 on Goodreads by Chappy
“I got a free copy of this book through IndiGo Marketing & Design for providing an honest review.
Let me just say that this book was refreshingly different, wonderfully so.
Aiden has a woman’s body but he just knows that he’s supposed to be a man. His hope is to go find the mysterious Fluens and ask them to correct this error and give him a male body. He desperately needs enough money to make this journey so he whores himself out in a brothel that caters to various alien species.
Lydo has completed his father’s latest mission and decides to reward himself with a trip to a whorehouse. He requests a human female and ends up with Adele/Aiden who looks like a woman but claims to be a boy and only wants it up the ass. He complies but before he goes, he leaves some extra funds for Aiden.
Thus begins the epic journey between Aiden and Lydo. This tale is filled with adventure, an assholish and bigoted father, some really cool aliens and most importantly, a wonderful love story.
Highly recommended for people with an open-mind and a romantic heart.”
5 stars from Nicole on Amazon
“What a great read. Getting to see all the Omegas Betas and Alphas again, with a few new characters. Sweet story at times its heartbreaking you can’t help but feel part of the story being drawn into the situation. Great Addition to the Angel Hills series and the follow up to River Wolf pack and Cascade City Pack. Highly Recommend.”
Book 2 in the Angel Hills series.
New relationships form and existing ones continue to evolve for the wolves of Angel Hills.
Vincent struggles with his beta mate Craig’s rejection, while alpha mate Kale considers a dramatic resolution to the matter. Gabriel’s second pregnancy is even more difficult than the first, and an outsider begins to consider a connection to another omega’s recent troubles. Meanwhile, his and Ian’s secret eats away at the ill omega.
Christopher turns eighteen and, losing hope Xavier might never think of Christopher as anything but a little brother, he accepts another werewolf’s attention. X’s eventual interest proves the beginning of the young beta’s problems rather than the end.
Accustomed to gaining enemies when pursuing what he wants, Canaan learns something new about himself from über-alpha, Duncan, who, long-convinced his extreme needs will never be met in Angel Hills, becomes unwillingly caught up with the bratty beta.
Will the threats to the werewolves’ way of life from both within and outside the compound bring the pack closer together or pull them further apart?
Thank you, Cameron D. James, for having me on her blog!
Hi book lovers! Today we have Rebecca James, author of Teresias Bound, stopping by for a chat!
Tell us about your latest release.
My latest release, Teresias Bound, is a sci-fi/fantasy and involves a futuristic trans character. It went live on July 29.
What was the hardest or most difficult scene to write?
I think the most difficult scene to write in this book was the scene where Aiden’s female body is transformed to a male body. I’d never want to make little of the struggle trans people go through, but since my book is futuristic, the transition is more complete and fantasy-like. I had a little difficulty envisioning what that might look like at first.
What’s the most difficult part of writing a sex scene?
For me, the most difficult part of writing a sex scene is making each one unique and sexy. Most M/M readers have…
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