What happens when in a drunken moment of delirium you agree to attend the wedding of your cheating ex who stomped on your heart?
Well, if you’re the epitome of responsible decisions like me, you obviously get the biggest, hottest, beefiest stranger you can find and blackmail him into pretending to be your new boyfriend.
Sure, Beefy’s intense, broody personality may be a bit overwhelming, and his fashion sense a bit questionable, but he’s still so far out of my league. There’s no way he could truly want me.
But when he looks at me like he wants to consume me, body and soul, and touches me like I could be his everything, it doesn’t feel like an act. And when things get heated and emotions run high at the wedding, will I let my fear and doubts get the best of me? Or could there be something real between me and this moody giant?
Content warning: This is an MM story, book one in the After Forty series. It contains strong language, very hot sexual scenes and hilarious side characters. Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone.
Cold, rude, and aloof are the nicest terms people usually use to describe me. But my apathetic attitude has gotten me this far, and I’m quite fine with it. I’m not even sure I’m capable of romantic feelings.
That is, until Daniel bursts into my life. He’s my complete opposite in every way—delicate, elegant, sweet, and kind. From the moment I laid eyes on him, I’ve had an inexplicable urge to protect him.
Three months has passed since that day and he’s become a close friend I can’t possibly live without.
But what happens when I start seeing him in a different light? When I become jealous and possessive of him when another guy shows his interest? When I finally get a taste of his sweet lips and want more?
Should I just ignore all of it? I definitely should.
Daniel is too good for me. What could a forty-three-year-old with more baggage than an airport luggage carousel possibly offer him?
Our friendship is at risk…or maybe it’s just in need of some adjustments.
Content warning: This is an MM story, book two in the After Forty series. It contains an MC with a neurodiverse condition, strong language, very hot sexual scenes and hilarious side characters. Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone.
I hate change. I prefer my immaculately tidy, well-arranged world. Some say I’m obsessive, I think I’m just particular in my mature age. Nevertheless, I’ve been trying to work on expanding my comfort zones and boundaries lately.
And there’s one particular spitfire, sassy little twink who seems to be breaking down all my carefully built barriers.
Is it possible to discover new things about yourself after forty? Because suddenly I find myself attracted to a man for the first time in forty-four years.
Content warning: This is an MM story, book three in the Love After Forty series. It contains an MC with an OCD condition, strong language, very hot sexual scenes and hilarious side characters. Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone.
I like my life. My job doesn’t force me to wake up at the crack of dawn—owning a tattoo shop has a lot of perks. I have my own apartment, a brother I can tease endlessly, and one of my closest friends owns a bar which I visit almost every night. On top of that, I’m handsome and charming so finding a hookup is fairly easy for me.
I’m definitely not the overthinking type.
The only constant thought in my head is how to get back at the Devil. Cole Devenport. The king of hell and bane of my existence. We have a prank war going on and it’s usually fun. But what he did to me today is unforgivable. He didn’t cross the line, he’s...obliterated it. And now Satan will face my wrath.
But what if this time it turns into something…different? Something I’ve never experienced before? Something that excites me more than anything has before.
Lucifer is tempting me and I don’t want to resist.
Content warning: This is an MM story, book four in the After Forty series. It contains strong language, very hot sexual scenes and hilarious side characters. Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone.