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Set Ablaze by KC Burn

Set Ablaze by KC Burn

Hayden left Small Town, CA after his parents threatened him with conversation therapy when he came out. He moved in with his grandmother and has never looked back. He’s now a firefighter, living alone, and starting to feel lonely.

Miguel is Hayden’s best friend and calls him frantic needing a favor. Miguel’s little brother is moving back from NYC where he had a Broadway career and needs a place to crash. Hayden remembers a lanky teenager with hero worship and is hesitant to commit, but relents.

When Jez, Miguel’s brother, shows up he’s no longer the little kid and immediately both men feel the chemistry. Only Jez has left NYC for a reason and has a major secret he’s keeping and Hayden doesn’t know if he’s ready to date his best friend’s brother.

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Damage Control by Lynn Van Dorn

Damage Control by Lynn Van Dorn

Debut Author #5

Tyler is an up and coming movie star when a scandal of epic proportions hits. It’s a minor, or major, mishap from his youth when he was 16 come back to haunt him. He decides to leave town, let his lawyer brother take care of things, and go hideaway at the lake house.

Josh used to have a HUGE crush on Tyler’s brother Ryan (said lawyer). He’s been pining away for years and needs to stop. So he takes a much needed vacation to the lake.

What should be an fantastic “meet cute” of a reunion is a fumble of mishaps that eventually see Josh and Tyler playing at pretend boyfriends. Until they’re not playing anymore.

It’s time to see if sarcastic, in your face, takes no crap from anybody Tyler and slow down enough for Josh and if beige, low key, doormat, Josh can rise up for Tyler.

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Conning Colin by Elsa Winters and Brad Vance

Conning Colin by Elsa Winters and Brad Vance

Colin is an aspiring actor. He’s taken all the classes and has even gone to some auditions; the catch? He has the worst stage fright. So he’s bowed out from being in front of the camera to behind the microphone as a voice over actor.

Recently divorced Colin decides he wants to make some real money so he can hire the most sexy escort, Hamilton Dillion.

Henry Davis wants to write the next big screen play. He’s just missing his muse. To be able to afford to live and “The Bill” he must create different personas for different charades. One being Hamilton Dillon.

Once Hamilton meets Colin something different than the norm happens and Henry gets his muse.

Only things are never as easy as they seem.

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