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Make You Mine


“To love and be loved, it’s all that matters. In the end.”

Socially awkward Noah Leib knows he wants more from life than being a forty-year-old virgin who’s got a failing bakery, a strained relationship with his brother and sister-in-law, and an empty apartment. He just doesn’t know how to change things. Living in Savannah, trying to keep his head above water, Noah is single-minded and plans to stay that way.

And then Noah’s favorite Deaf adult film star’s life falls apart in a very public spectacle on Twitter.

Noah doesn’t expect anything from the ASL message he sends to Adriano Moretti, but when a shadow appears in his bakery doorway one afternoon, he finds Adriano standing there with a small smile on his lips and a hello on his hands. It’s at that moment Noah realizes his life is about to change forever.

Adriano is a force of nature, and Noah is quickly swept up in his wake.

But fantasy has never been Noah’s reality, and there can’t be a happily ever after on that horizon.

Can there?

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Light my Fire

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“And what if the one man you’re fighting against is the one man you want to fight for?”

Ethan Fitzgerald is a good guy. No really, he is. He’s the fire chief, he donates to charity, he knits on the weekends, and he rescues cats from trees. So there’s absolutely no reason he should turn into the world’s biggest jerk when Antoine Tremblay rolls into town.

Except, for some reason, it’s hate at first sight for both of them, and he can’t seem to help himself.

What makes matters worse is that Antoine seems to have a curse on him, leading him from one disaster to another. And that with every near-death experience, Fitz seems to be the one coming to the rescue without ever being thanked.

But below all that rage he feels, Fitz realizes there’s something else between them.



And desperation.

He can either cross that line or pretend it doesn’t exist, but the one thing he can’t ignore is the way that smart-mouthed, West Coast stranger really lights his fire.

State of Mind


"Whatever happens in the future, whatever we become in life, know you’re the best thing that ever happened to me."

Taking up shop in a former kosher bakery, Wilder Torres aches to find out who he is beyond his dark past.

He hides his scars under long sleeves, and his nightmares behind a soft smile, and he’s very careful not to let anyone close. And then he meets Luca Moretti, a stranger sitting on a park bench, looking as lost as Wilder had once been.

While Wilder knows the risks in letting himself be vulnerable again, he can’t deny wanting Luca. Because after all, isn’t moving on and embracing who you are nothing more than a state of mind?

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Less than Three


“Don’t be ridiculous. There was nothing to steal. I was always yours.”

Dmitri wants love, but he’s not quite sure he’ll ever find it. His sexuality is confusing on a good day, and the one person he wants is his best friend who can never know how he feels. Raphael is older, charming, and better looking than Dmitri will ever deserve.

Yet, somehow, he thinks Dmitri is worth his time.

Dmitri knows he and Raphael can’t ever work, so he puts all of his effort into making sure his best friend finds someone who will adore him as much as Dmitri does. Even if it destroys his heart in the process. Even if people keep telling him that maybe he’s not reading the signs right.

Maybe his friend’s feelings aren’t as platonic as he’s always assumed.

It’s the makings of star-crossed lovers because Dmitri has never believed he’s meant for a happily ever after. But, in the end, Raphael might just have enough strength and hope for the both of them.

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