Stephen Hoppa – Keep Me Still – “Travis thinks his life is out of control – until the night he crashes into Cody. That’s when he learns what it truly means to surrender everything.”
Lou Harper – Secrets and Ink – A mild-manners store clerk with a shady past, a hunky cop whose passion in the bedroom is as big as his passion for justice, and celebrity sightings you won’t see on TMZ.”
Dani Alexander – Shattered Glass – “A male prostitute, a mangy cat, and a murder…” This novel has a great, snarky voice and a lot of humor. Can’t wait for the next one in the series.
Keira Andrews – Cold War and Holding the Edge – Love the world of ice skating and this book and its sequel are lots of fun, well-written, and bring you behind the scenes.
Heidi Belleau & Violetta Vane – The Druid Stone – Wasn’t sure I was going to like this one, but ended up reading it twice. There’s an enemies to friend set-up, a gorgeous Ireland location, and lots of Irish folklore.
Joanna Chambers – Enlightenment Series – a lowburn lawyer and the cynical wealthy Lord who can’t forget him; set in 1822 Scotland
KJ Charles – A Charm of Magpies series – Lucien Vaudrey inherits an estate he never wanted making him the new Lord Crane, but it will take the help of magician Stephen Day to put things right with the haunted property. But Stephen has every reason to hate Lucien… and he does.
Bonnie Dee & Summer Devon – The Gentleman and the Rogue – “Lad of the streets meets lord of the manner.” Historical fiction, and one of my all-time favorite titles. Jem is one of the most loveable characters you’ll ever meet.
Lyn Gala – Assimilation, Love and Other Human Oddities – Brilliant. This is science fiction done well. The alien society is completely developed with its own rules and mores, making this story a lot of fun. Loved the clash of cultures and the twist that added to the developing romance.
Jordan L. Hawk – The SPECTR series – “What happens when an exorcist falls in love with the demon he’s supposed to destroy?” Really fun series.
Lisa Henry & JA Rock – The Good Boy – Extremely introverted, Lane is in a bad place when his parents are involved in a public scandal. Derek lost money in their Ponzi scheme and has every reason to be cruel to Lane, who is labeled by the media as guilty by association. Instead they start a D/s relationship of forgiveness and healing.
JL Langley – Sci-Regency series – Role-reversed regency romance on another planet. Pure, decadent fun!
Ava March – Love everything she writes! This is m/m historical fiction at its best.
Finn Marlowe – A Thread of Deepest Black – A hunter begs a werewolf for death. Instead he finds love. The ultimate enemies to lovers story.
KA Mitchell – Bad Company – Another fun enemies to lovers story featuring a lovable playboy, a self-righteous journalist, and lots of misunderstanding on the way to a happy ending.
Jez Morrow… Force of Law (Tom thought HE would be the alpha male in the relationship? Ha. He’s got another think coming), but this book has stiff competition with Beloved Captor. Love her work!
CS Pacat – Captive Prince – Who doesn’t love this series? Enemies to lovers on a grand scale in a believable, well-drawn fantasy setting. Power, war, intrigue… detailed, sympathetic characters. If you like fantasy, this series has everything.
RJ Scott – Bodyguards, Inc. series – I’ll admit I love the bodyguard trope, but it’s hard to find good ones. Too often this kind of book features insta-love and well-worn plots. But RJ Scott creates fun characters and makes these stories unique.