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By the Water Series
Mark Dauphin loves his nephews, Sam and Logan, and he’ll do anything his brother-in-law Cole asks, but when Cole wants Mark to play nice with Stefano Magnussi, Mark isn’t sure he can comply. Stefano is hotter than fire, but Mark can’t see past the fact that Stefano is one of those guys, the type of men who date guys half their age, the type of guys who made Mark give up on dating.
Of course, a little wine and several cocktails later, Mark finds himself dropping more than his defenses with Stefano. But when Logan and the rest of Mark’s family surprise them in the morning, Mark and Stefano are suddenly at odds.
When Logan’s ego is wounded, not only does Mark find himself desperate to fix his relationship with his nephew, but he also questions whether his night with this beautiful man meant anything to either of them. Mark isn’t given much time to reflect though, as the war that’s been brewing between the shivers comes to a violent head, and he soon learns that sometimes you just have to trust in those around you.
Tom Whitmore’s feelings for Logan White began the first day he saw him back in middle school, but somewhere in those wild college years, Tom’s crush turned to love. A year after college, all that was well and good, and Tom had even learned how to deal with being in love with his straight best friend until stupid Logan White ran off and married a complete stranger—an older, gorgeous, wealthy stranger who looks like a soap opera star, and just so happens to be able to turn into a shark. But no matter how idiotic the mistake, Tom Whitmore has never given up on Logan White, and he doesn’t plan to start now. If he has to plot against this shark shifting man while battling Logan’s own stubbornness, then so be it, because this time, it’s Tom’s turn.
Recent college grad Logan White has always strayed a bit from the beaten path, and his brother Sam and his best friend Tom have always helped guide him back. So Logan is more than a little surprised when his father sends him away to check up on Sam. Reluctantly leaving his recently widowed father, and the best friend who has started to fill Logan with all kinds of odd feelings, Logan ventures to Shark Beach. But as Logan explores Shark Beach, and meets sexy Stefano and Stefanie Magnussi, he finds out that Sam really is in danger. Determined to rescue his brother, Logan searches for the mysteries of Shark Beach, and soon finds that sometimes the only thing you can do is put your tail on the line for those you love.
At twenty-five, tall, strong Sam White was used to being independent. It was this fierce independence and drive that got him into law school and helped him survive his mother’s recent death. It was this same strength and determination that drew fellow law school students and twins, Derek and Wyn, to Sam. What starts as a study buddy friendship soon changes. Although Sam never really questions the feeling he has for his friends, on a drunken night when the twins tell Sam that they are both in love with him, Sam has to rethink everything he’s thought about himself, and his new companions. After an explosive night trying to work out whatever they are feeling, Sam finds that being gay and being in love with him were not the only things his two best friends have been hiding from him. In a bloody water battle, Sam soon learns that these law students really do become sharks, and that they’ll risk their lives to protect him.
Published by JMS Books
Dane Sanders was a great boss. He was sexy; he whistled. He even brought Heath candy the first time they had to stay late working at Pristine Mortgage.
Unfortunately, all that changed the night Snowstorm Satan, or whatever they named it, hit the suburbs of DC. No longer was Dane Sanders sexy — he was an arrogant jerk who thought they should stay late just to get some stupid loans out.
At least that’s what Heath thinks at first. But Dane lets out a few juicy secrets, and after their escape down an icy hill proves frightening, Heath starts to think there’s a lot he doesn’t know about his sexy new boss.
When the two find themselves trapped at work with only beer and microwave dinners to get them through, everything changes, and Heath and Dane get some rather interesting ideas on how to stay warm in a snow storm.
A few days before Christmas, David Weathers finds himself hopping a plane to his childhood home in Florida and doesn’t know why. His parents are gone, he has no siblings, yet something draws him on.
David can almost feel the magic in the air, but then he discovers Jared Acosta, the man who broke his heart twenty years earlier, has moved three doors away. Reluctantly David accepts Jared’s invitation to dinner, only to find that twenty years may not be enough for some wounds to heal.
Soon David seeks advice from his mother’s best friend Marisol, a vibrant, wise woman who believes in second chances. Can she convince David to take a chance on the man who is working so hard to be near him now? Will he be able to forgive a past that left both him and Jared unlucky in love?
When Jason Chidworth meets his ex, Howard, for coffee, Jason finds that he can’t resist going for the jugular, and surprises himself by taking it too far. After Howard leaves, Jason hatches a scheme to win Howard back. Under the guise of celebrating their divorceary, Jason convinces Howard to spend the weekend with him celebrating. Jason soon recruits their newly adult children, and a maternal figure from their past to assist him in his machinations. When Jason convinces Howard that they’re broke, Howard allows Jason to move back into the family home, and agrees to help Jason out at the cleaning company they built together so many years ago. They quickly find themselves in bed again, but believing Jason’s story, Howard rejects him thinking that Jason needs to focus on the business. In a moment of spite, Jason asks Howard to recruit jobs the cleaning part of the company has turned down. Jason soon regrets his decision, but Howard refuses to give up, certain that he will save their family business. Finding himself in one precarious situation after the other, Howard hilariously persists while Jason works diligently in the kitchen and the house, in hopes of lightening his own suffering when Howard finally finds out the truth. It doesn’t take long for Jason to learn that Howard will do anything for him, and in almost comic fashion, they confront the things in their past that drove them apart.
Unlike his parents and his twin Seamus, Ian O’Donnell is not a good witch. Or rather, he isn’t quite good at it. Studying charts and remembering candles hasn’t ever really been his thing. Still, he longs to see the mystical sites of the world, especially the Great Pyramids of Giza. When Ian finally reaches them, though, he finds himself more attracted to the sexy man who works the night shift at his hotel than he does the pyramids.
Ian’s able to convince Khnurn to take him to the desert for a romantic evening in front of the pyramids. Everything’s going great until Khnurn gets serious. He tells Ian he’s a vampire and they’ve known each other before. Unfortunately, Ian can’t recall ever having been in a serious relationship in this life, or any other, and he isn’t quite sure Khnurn isn’t just feeding him pick-up lines. When Khnurn leaves Ian alone to think about things, another man appears in Ian’s life, a crazy-looking spectre that might just be the Angel of Death.
Ian soon finds himself hightailing it back to Massachusetts just in time for Halloween with his wonderfully animated witch family and their coven. Unfortunately, it isn’t souvenirs Ian’s brought back with him, but rather the creepy spectre from the desert, and maybe a sexy vampire who might just be the love of his life.
When Seamus O’Donnell returns to his Massachusetts hometown for Samhain, or Halloween as his family likes to call it, he has a bone to pick with someone. At twenty-six, with a career on Wall Street, life was looking up for him, until cancer attacked him. Now, on that night when the veil is thin between the dead and those who aren’t dead, feeling that he has nothing to lose, Seamus summons up the one thing that nobody wants to see. To Seamus’s surprise, he doesn’t see an ugly skeleton in a dark robe, but rather something quite handsome. When it misunderstands something Seamus says in anger, the being makes Seamus a proposition that he just can’t refuse.
Blake Blacks Out
Blake is perfect. Well, at least he looks that way. Everyone loves him, and to Blake’s frustration, everyone falls in love with him, or at least they say they do. Then something happens. Blake blacks out. In those most crucial of intimate moments, Blake blacks out. After one hundred and one horrible dates, Blake gets an offer from a man who swears that he can handle him.
Peter Passenger and the Mothman
Peter Passenger is a man on a mission: a mission to find the killer of his parents and the secrets hidden behind their deaths. When the Mothman appears, Peter knows that he must pursue him. But as Peter chases the Mothman, he finds that a warning is not the only thing the Mothman wants to give him. Will Peter be able to handle everything the sex starved Mothman asks of him?
As an ex-Marine and a bookstore owner, Alex Kitteridge is not the kind of guy to lose his cool. At least, not until he meets Roderick Levine, a high-powered lawyer with an attitude and a passion for blaring his vehicle horn. When he makes the mistake of taking his anger out on Alex, Roderick finds he has messed with the wrong guy.
What starts as a grocery store argument soon explodes into a passionate night in steamy showers, moving vans, and locker rooms, with a sexual tension neither man can deny.
But what happens when it’s all over? Could the jackass from the grocery store turn out to be something more, or was Alex just held captive?