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Swimming to Freedom by Robbie Michaels

Swimming to Freedom by Robbie Michaels

Brandon has always found solace in the water. It’s a place he can leave all his worries, life, and his father behind. When his dad takes notice at how well Brandon is at swimming he sells his company and becomes Brandon’s personal coach.

Brandon’s dad is rude, crude, vulgar, a homophobe, and just a down right horrible person. Brandon’s not allowed many luxuries in life as they’re seen as distractions. Things that will take him off his path to the Olympics.

Tyler is a swimmer for another school. The two bump into each other at a meet and share a common connection. Their relationship is a hard one to build and continue. It must remain a secret from Brandon’s father and the day he finds out is the day Brandon finds himself homeless, and shortly after living under a bridge.

Brandon must find the will to continue living, the strength to move forward, and enjoy the life he’s found.

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Snow Falling by Davidson King

Snow Falling by Davidson King

Snow is homeless. He left one bad situation for another but now he’s living on his terms. He’s out with his friend when he notices a kid being bullied and strong armed by two thugs. Snow then makes a deal with the devil to get the kid freed and to the police so he can be returned to his parents.

At the station Snow agrees to stay with Simon until he’s picked up. Only an entourage shows up to get Simon and won’t let Snow leave the station.

Christopher Manos is Simon’s uncle and also a mob boss. Once he knows that Snow wasn’t involved in Simon’s disappearance he feels obligated to Snow for helping his nephew. Soon feelings begin to develop as he witnesses Snow and Simon interacting.

Quickly war begins to brew between Christopher and another family and Snow is caught in the middle.

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Faux (F-Word 3) by E. Davies

Faux (F-Word 3) by E. Davies

Sam is a 20 year old that gets to be everything but. His mother died two year prior and now he’s running her diner and trying to raise his little brother. He has no time for anything personal, like dating.

Denver works for a charity and is surrounded by happy couples. He’d like to join them in his bliss but his status as an HIV positive male makes it hard. Then he finds himself spending more and more time at the diner conversing and ogling his server Sam.

Both are busy men. How can they carve time out of their schedules for each other? Or will that be their downfall?

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