Rowan Andrews is the unexpected darling of the Denver Snow and Ice Games. Luge has never captured the American public’s imagination as much as figure skating or even hockey, but her outsized personality and dare-devil ways have got everyone’s eyes glued to the track. Including a certain chart-topping heartthrob.
Zane Rivera is the lead singer of License to Game, the hottest band in the country. When Zane finds out Rowan Andrews has had some complimentary things to say about him, he arranges to meet her while he’s in Denver enjoying the games. And when a photo of him kissing Rowan on the cheek goes viral, they both see the advantages of faking a relationship for the publicity.
After Rowan’s injured in her final race, their relationship starts to feel all too real to Zane. But is this rock star ready to fall in love?
Unquestionably talented figure skater Matty Marcus is willing to sacrifice everything for his Olympic dream, but his lack of discipline cost him the gold once before. Now the pressure’s on. He needs a coach who can keep him in line, but top coaches don’t come cheap, and Matty can’t afford to stay in the game no matter how badly he wants to win.
When a lucrative house-sitting gig brings him to rural Montana, Matty does his best to maintain his training regimen. Local residents turn out to be surprisingly tolerant of his flamboyant style, especially handsome young rancher Rob Lovely, who proves to be much more than a cowboy stereotype. Just as Matty requires a firm hand to perform his best on the ice, Rob shows him how strong he can be when he relinquishes control in the bedroom. With new-found self-assurance, he drives himself harder to go straight to the top.
But competition has a timetable, and to achieve his Olympic dream, Matty will have to join his new coach in New York City, leaving Rob behind. Now he must face the ultimate test. Has he truly learned how to win—on and off the ice—during his training season?
This book contains some BDSM elements.
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Book One: Gage & Joseph
Everyone has had their experience with him. The Bad Boy. The one with rips in his jeans and a lazy, devil may care smile on his mouth. The man who can make you do bad things that feel so good.
For Joseph Naderi that man was Gage Mason. They met when Joseph took his motorcycle into Gage’s shop for repairs. The second Joseph laid eyes on Gage he knew he was trouble, but something about the sexy mechanic drew him in. Maybe it was the dark eyes that studied Joseph like Gage wanted to know everything about him. Maybe it’s the way he made Joseph feel with the rough touch of his hands and a possessive grip on his hair when they kissed. Or maybe it’s the way Gage grows to need Joseph, even though he won’t admit it.
For once in his life Joseph is taking a risk. Despite everything that tells him he shouldn’t, he’s taking a chance to be with Gage. Joseph doesn’t know if it will end well. He just knows that he can’t resist that Bad Boy.
Book Two: Nate and Kevin
Everyone has had their experiences with him. The Bad Boy. The handsome jock with the hard body and perfect stubble. The confident man who’s too handsome and sexy for his own good.
For Kevin Roberts that man was Nate McKinney. They met when Kevin joined Nate’s gym. Nate expressed an interest in Kevin, but the shy nerd didn’t believe the hot gym owner could be attracted to a man like him. Nate will have to do a lot of convincing to show Kevin that cute computer geeks are exactly his type.
Will Kevin succumb to Nate’s seduction? Or will his insecurities prevent him from experiencing the strength of the passion that Nate is desperate to show him?
Book Three: Max and Patrick
Everyone has had their experiences with him. The Bad Boy. The strong, quiet type with a voice as smooth and cool as whiskey poured over chocolate ice cream.
For Dr. Patrick Bishop that bad boy was Max Stovall. They met, when at forty-two years old, Patrick decides to get his first tattoo. Max didn’t say much at their first meeting, but he didn’t have to. Patrick was immediately attracted to him. He sensed the attraction was mutual, even though Max played it cool and pretended otherwise.
Getting close to Max won’t be easy. He’s in the closet and determined to stay there. Will Patrick walk away, or will he be able to show Max that life is better once you’ve embraced the one you love?