Layne has the Daddy of his dreams. Hot, strong, loving, and possessive. At least some of the time. But when the doors are closed and they’re alone, everything changes. Layne can’t figure out how to fix his Daddy's problems and insecurities. He’s resigned himself to a life of fear when he meets the younger Branson. Smart, sweet, and endlessly patient, he’s drawn to him. But what does that mean for his current relationship?
Branson doesn’t have dating or dynamics on the brain. After a messy breakup with his boy, all he wants to do is work and meet some like-minded friends. Kintan and Layne could be that for him. However, after he finds out the dark, twisted secrets festering beneath the surface, he begins to realize that things aren’t what they seem.
Can Branson pull Layne out of the fire? And what happens when an arrangement as just friends turns into so much more?
Broken Boy contains triggers including domestic violence. Please do not read if you are sensitive to the subject. Check the inside before you read please!
Release Date: 4.15.2021
Beautiful. Sweet. Bratty. Aaron is a boy worth saving.
Red had no idea what he was getting himself into when his boss, Diego, assigned him to watch the much younger Aaron. Keep him safe, keep him out of trouble. Those were his orders. It was supposed to be easy, but Aaron is as wild as he is beautiful. And Red finds himself protecting Aaron for more reasons than a paycheck.
Stripper turned social media star Aaron is taking the world by storm. The limelight is what he’s wanted for a long time, so why does it feel so hollow? New friends, new problems, and a new number one fan all weigh on his shoulders. And to top it off, he has to deal with Red. The cranky, bossy, hot as hell bodyguard who’s actions scream DADDY.
A boy out of control. A Daddy who wants to tame him. Can they work together to find the love they both deserve? And can Red keep Aaron safe as danger lurks in the shadows?
Release Date: 6.30.2021
Two boys in need of a daddy.
Jase Cole is in love with Asher Mill. That should be enough for them to be together, but relationships are never that simple. No matter how much Jase loves Asher there is a need he can’t quite live without.
Asher adores his best friend and lover Jase. But he isn’t blind to the facts, they both need a daddy. Asher needs a firm hand and a strict voice to lead him. Jase needs someone who will give him structure and teach him to be soft.
A boy who thinks he can stand on his own and another who craves his perfect daddy. Can one manhandle two very different boys?