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This month’s books:
Not That Kind of Demon – Lisa Oliver
Hybrid shifter Cyrus was really happy in his life. He’d seen the dark side of life, and was content to fix cars and small motors in his rural workshop. His animal sides had plenty of space to run around during his down time, and there was a bakery next door to the workshop. A man didn’t need much else in life. Until a car stopped in for a quick fix, and Cyrus caught the scent of something he never dreamed he’d find… his fated mate. Shame it wasn’t the driver of the car, but then when was life ever easy?
Assassin demon Python was seriously thinking about going back to the Underworld. His job was a good one, and he had clearance for it from the Underworld Office, but even Lord Hades had no idea how much Python missed being with his friends and family. Still, a job was a job, and he had made friends with his fellow assassins quickly enough. But while checking his car, after his PA was late picking him up, Python caught a sniff of the impossible on his leather seats. Maybe the Underworld could wait for a while.
Cyrus and Python were both happy with Fates’ choice for them, but other people weren’t so pleased. Lord Hades can’t work out why Python isn’t doing his job, and there’s another man who’d do anything to see Cyrus out of Python’s life completely. Will they find peace in Assassin’s Alley, or does the Fates have a different future in mind for these two?
Not That Kind of Demon is the first book in a new series, although it can be read as a standalone as each new book in the series will focus on a different couple. This story was written with mature readers in mind. Please store your ebooks responsibly.
Untamed – Olivette Devaux
When someone steals Attila’s phone, he does the logical thing. He texts it. He doesn’t hope for much – and he certainly doesn’t expect his ill-tempered, prized stallion to bond with Kai, his lovely and entirely contrite thief. This sweet read kicks off the hot WILD HORSES series, where LGBT romance blooms in the dressage arena and only the experienced ride bareback.
Charm Me – Beck Grey
Duncan doesn’t “do” love. Not since his ex stomped on his heart and walked away. Now it’s only hookups with no repeats. Until he meets Bill, a sexy bear of a pastry chef, determined to break through Duncan’s walls one sweet treat at a time.
Charm Me is a 20,000-word low-angst, contemporary MM romance about a gorgeous grump determined to avoid romantic entanglements, a sweet cinnamon roll with a heart as big as his muscles, delicious desserts, southern charm, plenty of spice, and has a guaranteed HEA.
It is part of the Love in the Pacific Northwest series but can be read as a standalone story.
Bliss – Shea Balik
Welcome to Cedar Falls, a small North Carolina town nestled amongst the Smokey Mountains. Where the people are friendly and the men are hot. Crow Huntley had been shot and ended up in a coma.
When he woke up, he discovered his life was over. Not only would he never be able to do the job he loved, but he might actually never walk again. Tarq Havish had spent months wooing Crow. Just when he’d finally gotten his man, Crow had been shot and pushed Tarq away once more.
If Crow thought that would stop Tarq from doing whatever it takes to get their happily ever after, he had better think again. Tarq had no problem playing dirty, even if it meant calling in help from some unlikely friends.
Warning: Let the hijinks begin. Expect anything and everything from Bigfoot to cheers that will force Crow to get back on his feet and into Tarq’s bed.