Michael used his own abused past as an excuse to hurt others. It wasn't until he was an adult himself that he realized just how much damage he had caused. Jamie is the last name on his list of people he wanted to personally apologize to. But after getting his forgiveness, Michael has nothing left to keep him going.
Julia is forced to face her fear that is keeping her well kept secret under wraps. She is put in a situation where she must either face her fear in order to keep her promise to David, or leave him behind so she can continue to play it safe.
3,900 words of quick, steamy romance. Female point of view. No cliffhanger. First book of the Mind Games Series with a happy ending.
Julia is a college student who thinks she can just be “friends” with David. Why ruin a perfectly good relationship? But she knows deep down inside that it will never be enough.
Jamie presents a flamboyant and slutty attitude to the world because he's been hurt before. Even though it's mostly an act, he hides behind his persona to keep people at arm's length. With only a small group of trusted friends, he's vowed to never allow a man to have power over him again. Power to hurt him. Power to take away his freedom. Power to label him as a predator for the rest of his life.
Ozzie was raised by a single mom. While he's putting himself through school by working in the library, he's also tutoring for cash.
Xander comes from a strict LDS background and has never allowed his fantasies to filter toward the front of his mind. Not until he meets his new tutor, Ozzie.
For Mature Readers.
Brad spends his days swinging a hammer and his weekend nights pouring drinks just to keep his nose clean. At only twenty-one, he's already had enough trouble to last him a lifetime. But when he realizes the boy upstairs has new injuries that coincide with loud shouting matches from that apartment, he knows he has to do something to help.
For Mature Readers
Book 6 of More Than Friends. Vinnie is happy as a bartender at Ray's and not looking for anything serious to complicate his life. He has great friends and a simple life. When Chance comes into his bar, he brings more than just memories of the summer they spent together in high school.
For mature readers.
When Spencer agreed to help take down the leader of a Portland crime family, he didn't realize he'd end the night with the bloodied body of an unknowing accomplice in his arms. His initial interest in Dylan was purely physical but when Dylan stepped in front of Topher's gun and saved Spencer, the lust quickly turned into something more. Something he wasn't sure he'd ever find.
Steve is living in Portland with many regrets. He has alienated the people he cares most about by making bad choices that continue to haunt him. When he meets a kid that's in a bad relationship and needs some help, Steve reluctantly offers it, knowing it's his chance to redeem himself. What he doesn't expect is to find happiness. It's there, all he has to do it choose to accept it.