Nothing about dating is easy -- especially when humans, shifters, vampires, Fae and aliens are involved. When did life get so complicated?
How Not to Date an Alien: There's a naked man in Kilana's bed and he's glowing... When he tells her he's hunting humans and his intention is to devour her, she knows she's on her own with the drooling, leering, orgasm-delivering fiend. Maybe dating an alien won't turn out to be as big a problem as she thinks.
How Not to Date a Fae: Deception and betrayal have driven Ario from the only home he's ever known, but he's determined to never look back, and never use magic again -- until he meets an irresistible red-headed Fae. If they're to survive, they must forge a bond strong enough to defy the gods. And Ario may discover dating a Fae isn't so bad after all.
How Not To Date a Skunk: Photographer Bilana thinks she can beat the heat and her migraine by taking her meds and getting out of the sun. But she wakes up to find a shape shifting mate invading her peace and quiet. She has to learn to accept change as it comes, but that's what happens when you learn how not to date a skunk.
How Not to Date a Vamp: What do you get when your greatest strength lies in not dying easy? If you are lucky and no one confuses you with a pop culture vampire, and if you diet and exercise to keep your weight down, you just might get the girl. Only if he overcomes these obstacles will Virgil spend the better part of his afterlife with Barb. If he can survive dating.
How Not to Date a Bear: Cosmetologist Gillian Leekey is a woman on a mission. She loves big, muscular, hairy guys, and Declan is a bear of a man. But after one night of passion, the Bear Shifter Mafia is declaring war at her front door! But that's what happens when you decide to date a bear.
Abadon becomes obsessed with the snarly reporter who's covering him and decides showing Charle how to party will be the perfect distraction from the one who got away. Now Charle's getting out of control. Abadon is falling hard, but Charle just wants to have fun.
Abadon has created a monster -- a monster he wants to keep. Will someone please offer a little sympathy for the devil, especially if he and Charle have to part ways?
Helios Ju has the perfect boyfriend. Peter has the perfect body, the perfect hair, the perfectly loving attitude… and about 20 cocks in his pants.
No stranger to bodies that don’t fit the societal norm as an intersex person himself, Helios has no reason to fear bodies that are different. But now he has to come to grips with the fact that yes, there are aliens on planet Earth; yes, he is falling in love with one; and yes, his virgin alien boyfriend wants to trust him with all of his secrets.
After his disastrous past on Earth, Peter is frightened to reveal his true nature to his perfect boyfriend. But how can they have a relationship if there are secrets being kept? Peter is ready to give it all to Helios, but first he has to be brave enough to reveal the truth of what’s in his heart as well as what’s in his pants.
In the end, he hopes that his Helios is strong enough to understand that even Tentacle Monsters need love too.
'Making the Pass' by Cheryl Dragon
On the field and in bed, Aiden and Jack are a perfect match. But when reality and pride interfere, will they be able to become a team
Aiden and Jack are both hot, gay men and play weekend football for the Griffons. Their similarities end there. Jack is blue collar and sees both the attraction to Aiden and the divide between them. His career is delivering packages to fancy offices, including the one where Aiden works. On the field, they spark and win, but it takes a friend's nudging before Jack turns the mutual macho posturing to passionate sex.
The physical connection between Aiden and Jack is easy, but they'll need extra practice for the relationship part. Aiden tries to fit in with Jack's friends, but when Aiden invites Jack to an office party, Jack refuses. Thankfully, the rift won't stop the game from progressing, and neither man is a quitter!
Reader Advisory: This story contains a white collar geek, a blue collar stud, and rough sex from a locker room to a fancy office. Contains scenes of anal sex, sex toys, fisting and love between two consenting males.
'Crossing the Line' by Megan Slayer
Opposites can attract and sometimes come together with explosive results.
Ryan Malone punts for the Dragons and likes his life as an art restorer. Love isn't in his game plan—unless Paul Toth is involved. They've known each other forever but have never taken the next step. Ryan's not sure if Paul can accept his kinky needs. All it takes is one chance to see if sparks will fly.
Paul's ready and willing to snag the sexy punter. He doesn't care what team Ryan plays for as long as he's got Ryan at night. But Ryan's holding something back. Can Paul unlock whatever he's hiding before their burgeoning affair gets struck down by penalties?
'In the Red Zone' by Stephanie Burke
Can Dolton and Dean withstand the rain of opposition when they come together and cross the line of scrimmage?
Dolton is a strong black man, confident in what he wants in life and how to get it. The adjunct professor at Northeastern University has multiple degrees and has travelled the world, learning from the people he observes. So why is it that blond hunk Dean Majors has his mind twisted, his cock hard, and his reactions all out of whack? Dolton knows he has to have the beautiful man, and will do anything to get the long-haired god in his bed and in his life.
Dean Majors is a construction worker by trade and the heart of Team Griffon. He is not closeted gay man, but he doesn't advertise his orientation, either, something he is happy about when his old friend Robbie Keton joins the Griffons. Robbie's negative attitude is something he has to distance himself from, especially when he realises he has a more than man-sized crush on the team's uber-intelligent and exotic middle linebacker, Dolton Pride.
Together the two men are a potent fire, their lust burning hot. But can it withstand the bitter rain of opposition and threats to their happiness when they cross the line of scrimmage?
Reader Advisory: This book contains mild bondage, light BDSM, football-related violence
General Release Date: 28th June 2013
Cyprus Reid is an enigma who courts the spotlight while carefully maintaining her mystique, intriguing legions of fans with her stylistic lyrics and a voice that brings many to tears. Even more intriguing than her all-male entourage is the fact that people are dying to get to her… literally.
To ex-Navy SEAL-turned-government intelligence operative Jason Giles, Cyprus is either a victim of an elaborate conspiracy, or the most fiendish killer since Jack the Ripper. Sure, the victims had shady pasts and shared a connection to a strange incident at Mount McKinley some fifty years ago, but that doesn't mean they deserved to die, seemingly drained of life while engaged in acts of wanton carnality.
Jason is sent to discover the truth, but what he finds is more seductive, more intriguing, more enticing than a mere boy in a dress. What Jason finds is the existence of The Coven. And once they discover you, there is no going back.
When Missi orders something hot and exotic, she never expects to get the strangest and most exotic -- not to mention expensive -- cup of coffee in the world.
The smooth, rich blend is enough to bring Missi to her knees, but the too beautiful for words Portuguese-speaking server Nicolau is enough to make her heart stop. Now she's leaving Café Midnight with a well-hung Royal Civet Shifter going into heat... with Missi squarely in his sights. Is she brave enough to accept all that owning this powerful cat/man entails?
Nothing about dating is easy -- especially when aliens, humans, shifters, changelings, bears and cougars are involved. When did life get so complicated?
How Not to Date a Human: McCabe is stuck explaining to an unamused Spooky how an alien virus has introduced her to the world of shifters. Matters of the heart are a tricky thing, especially when you decide to date a human.
How Not to Date a Centaur: Good girl Kiara Stone only wanted to have a little fun for once in her life, and parachuting over Cambodia seemed like a thrill. But crash landing through a mountain and landing in the land of the centaurs was almost too much.
How Not to Date a Changeling: Cordelia is a writer -- and a changeling -- and doesn't have time for foolish mortals. But when Taylor tries to win her trust with chocolate and baked goods, she can't resist the tall Marine with the bad limp.
How Not to Date a Bear, Too! Part 1 and Part 2: Richard Bear, Royal Canadian Mountie, never expected to find true love in a bar. But he's pretty sure Theo is just that. Everything feels just right between them -- until a cougar shifter insists Theo isn't Richard's true mate, but belongs to her, instead. Things can get a little hairy when you date a bear -- and even hairier when a cougar wants him, too.
Python is more than just a pretty face, more than the quiet guitar god from the band Abadon. In another time, in another place, he was pure Sin. While taking a break, the god of the moon stumbled onto the person who made his whole life complete.
Orion Bane was not like the other boys. In fact he was born a she, but he never let that get in the way of a good time. When his flirtations with the sexy redhead led to a heated night of passion, Orion was sure he had met the man of his dreams... but he never expected that man to be a god.
Nowhere in the stars was it written that these two should meet, but when lust meets understanding, love could happen, if Orion is brave enough to Rise by Sin...
Love is the strangest infection of all, especially when you decide to date a human.
Oh why, oh why did the condom break? Now McCabe is stuck explaining to an unamused Spooky how an alien virus has introduced her to the world of shifters. But everything should be fine so long as she avoids her lovelorn boss and takes her new situation and the shifter support group seriously. Matters of the heart are a tricky thing, especially when you decide to date a human.