Adam Roper packs his car and leaves his home in New York City to start a new life in Miami, Florida. After a full day of driving, he stops in a small town to buy food at the local grocery store. He offers to help an old woman with her groceries, and before he knows it, he’s eating dinner at her home with her son and his wife, the two most attractive people Adam has ever met.
Scott Emerson and his wife, Sasha. Scott and Sasha once ran wild together, but settled down when they had their daughter, Colette. Now Sasha works as the town’s only doctor, and Scott spends his days raising Colette and struggling to write. Both of them long for a taste of their former lives, and they think a night spent with Adam will scratch that itch. But Adam is just more than a random one night stand. Can the three of them arrange a more permanent solution and give Adam a place of his very own.
OUT NOW! One Night in London: Robert and Anthony by K.L. Noone
Robert Thorne would prefer not to get married. He enjoys his life: a viscount’s younger brother, a lighthearted rake, fond of men and women and sensational novels. Unfortunately, tonight’s ball is intended to celebrate his engagement. And his intended husband comes with a fortune, enough to repair the Thorne family’s failing finances and secure their future. But they’ve barely spoken two words to each other, and the young man’s very shy and very innocent — someone Robert’s brother’s chosen for him, not the person Robert wants.
But the person Robert wants is exactly the person he shouldn’t: Anthony, his secretary. Anthony’s the best and most organized part of Robert’s life — and off-limits, because Anthony’s employed by the family to keep an eye on him …
Anthony Price has two secrets. Everyone knows that his family used to be wealthy, and that Anthony’s needed to find employment to support himself and his mother and sister. But no one knows that he has another life — and growing success as an author of lurid novels, written under a pen name. And no one knows that he’s hopelessly in love with Robert Thorne, who is engaged to another man.
Anthony will do anything to ensure Robert’s happiness — but when the engagement ball ends in disaster, secrets are revealed, hearts are exposed, and everything can change … on one night in London.
Be creative with sexual positions and physical barriers, like walls, that allow sexual contact while preventing close face to face contact. Masturbate together. Use physical distance and face coverings to reduce the risk.
So said the NYC Safer Sex Guide to COVID-19. When Hunter Moretti, son of a high profile senator, decides he really, really needs to get laid, working a shift at a friend’s glory hole seems to fit all the requirements. No contact, clean environment, completely anonymous. Perfect.
Cameron Price knows he should be grateful that his job lets him work from home and he doesn’t have to constantly be exposed to the virus. But he really, really needs to get laid. His hand just isn’t doing it for him. This is safe, right? With no strings or emotions attached. Turns out, Cam’s incapable of not trying to find love in the age of corona.
OUT NOW! One Night in London: Dalton and Edward by K.S. Murphy
No one’s ever expected much from Dalton Irving, the reserved, sheltered, and bookish heir to the family fortune. So in order to secure their place in London’s society, the Irvings have arranged for Dalton to marry the brother of a viscount. A man who comes from a family with a title and with quite the scandalous reputation. A man Dalton doesn’t know. A man who’s very publicly announced that he doesn’t want to get married, least of all to Dalton, right in the middle of their engagement ball.
In an attempt to flee whispered words and sudden gossip and unexpected hurt from venomous words, Dalton finds comfort from the very last person he would have expected — the wry, reclusive, and unsocial Edward Whitman, Duke of Wellingham.
Edward Whitman doesn’t like most people on his best days. They’re dull and predictable and care only about money and status. Tonight, however, is the engagement ball for his best friend’s brother, so he’ll make an appearance to assure the night’s success even if the idea of anyone marrying young Dalton Irving puts a strange ache in the pit of his stomach.
But after Dalton’s intended makes a mess of the ball, Edward suddenly finds himself alone with the young man, drawn to his wide-eyed curiosity and kindhearted generosity, his rambling and odd musings. Neither of them can imagine what this evening has in store for anyone, and all it takes is one night in London to change everything.
OUT NOW! One Night in London: James and Nicholas by Shelly Greene
James Thorne, the widowed Viscount Tadbury, insists he will never remarry — not because he could never love again, as the romantics of Society assume, but because he already does. His late wife’s brother, Nicholas, who now lives in James’s home, educating his sister’s children, is the least appropriate person imaginable. To love a man so closely related by law is unseemly, improper, surely dishonorable, and James values honor and propriety above all things. His beloved Nicholas must never know his true feelings, for his opinion of James could only suffer by it.
Nicholas, meanwhile, has been in love with James since the day they met — the day James was introduced as his sister’s betrothed. Of course he could not act on his feelings then, and how can he now? How can he press himself on a grieving widower, or betray his sister’s memory?
When Nicholas is badly injured during the social event of the Season — James’s brother’s engagement ball — will one of them be shaken into confessing their feelings? Or will they lose their chance forever?