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Book One

Can Trick choose between the love of his life and the sub of his dreams?

Nav can’t count the number of times he has wished he could close his eyes, hand over the reins and let someone take care of him. It’s a dream that none of his exes have been able to fulfill—not that he really understands what he needs.

At least, he doesn’t until he stumbles into a dark alley to get away from the bustling noise on the dance floor where he doesn’t belong. He’s not alone in the alley, and the stranger who gives him everything he’s longing for isn’t a stranger at all but Trick, his gorgeous neighbor who has a body that models would kill for and the softest blue eyes that Nav has ever seen.

Trick has everything he could ever wish for, including his kinky fiancé, Theo, who has been by his side for ten years. So when Trick sets up an intense scene in an alleyway that pushes their boundaries beyond anything he could have imagined, his life seems perfect. But when the alley lights flicker on, he discovers the man against him isn’t his fiancé at all.

One perfect mistake will change their lives forever.


Reader advisory: This book contains pain play and consensual non-consent.


Book Two

Two broken men. One secret addiction. No turning back.

When Derreck stumbles upon Maddy, who is sitting in his car and nearly sweating to death under the summer’s sun, he is at his breaking point.

But Maddy is just as lost, searching for a Dom he only knows by name and waiting in his car outside the club Unkinked on the tiny chance that the Dom might find him. When it is revealed that Derreck is the man Maddy has been searching for from the very beginning, it seems fate couldn’t get any sweeter.

Derreck invites Maddy into Unkinked as his guest, with the promise of the pain that Maddy so desperately craves. A scene that should have been simple opens Maddy’s mind to a new world and community that aren’t riddled with guilt or judgment.

Derreck knows he can’t let his sub slip away, but Maddy is keeping secrets from his new Dom—secrets that could change their relationship forever.


Reader advisory: This book features pain play, edge play and knife play. One character has a history of addiction and self-harm.


Book Three

Sometimes you have to ignore your conscience to save your life and fall in love.

Two years ago, Henley gave up his life and transferred to a new city, creating a persona where he could finally be himself. But after going through more than a dozen submissives, he is bored and looking for a good time. He’s not asking for much—just a man twice his size who he can take down before making him beg.

Unfortunately, Henley is also an undercover agent who is stuck guarding a rich kid with a drug problem.

Stumbling home after a long shift, Henley runs into Li. Li is just a civilian, but he draws Henley in like no other has before. A spark ignites between them that can’t help but smolder. Li doesn’t seem to know the first thing about kink, but Henley has never been more satisfied or enthralled.

But Henley’s life is a lie—and he’s not the only one. When a bullet goes through his charge’s forehead in the middle of his shift, Henley finds himself on a chase that spans continents. The only way he can be with Li is if he ignores his conscience and gives up everything he’s ever stood for.

Reader advisory: This book contains instances of breathplay, primal play, drug and alcohol use, death of a minor character, violence and threatened torture.

Book Four


Sometimes the one right path is actually two.

Copley is fresh out of a relationship with his former roommate and has only one place to go—to the wrong side of town to his brother Sauble’s crumbling apartment. He has no idea that his path puts him in the middle of a new world where owing someone money can get you killed.

When Nikita is sent to collect Sauble’s gambling debt, Copley is the only one home. Instead of being terrified of the massive and tattooed gangster, Copley is drawn to Nikita in a way he never has been with anyone.

But Nikita isn’t the only one who has set his sights on Copley. Nikita’s twin brother Maxim wants to claim Copley as his own.

Copley has to decide if he’s going to submit or be pulled to pieces by the two men who are feared beyond city limits.


Reader advisory: This book contains scenes of violence and humiliation.

Book Five


If your husband hates kink, can you still get kinky?

“You want to kneel, sweetheart?”

Elliot is stuck in life, living a lie while doing his best to pretend he’s happy with his husband Hunter. Hunter has picked up the pieces so many times that Elliot has lost count, and he feels terrible asking for anything more—especially when it’s something that Hunter hates.

But after Elliot convinces Hunter to attend an event at the kink club Unkinked, Elliot finds a place where he doesn’t have to feel ashamed about the submission he craves.

While Hunter pouts on a bar stool in the club, the mysterious Dom Shelvin is more than happy to give Elliot a tour, somehow knowing in moments what Elliot desires so deeply. Elliot can’t let that night be the last time he sets foot inside Unkinked, even if Hunter doesn’t understand why.

His brave face only lasts so long, and soon he confesses what he really needs—something Hunter can’t give him.

But making a contract with a Dom who isn’t his husband comes with conditions—conditions that Elliot will struggle not to break.


Reader advisory: This book contains scenes of adultery, humiliation, sounding, public sex, and mentions of past sexual and physical abuse.

Book Six


When kink gets boring, it’s time to play on the edge.

“Yes, Sir. No, Sir. Thank you, Sir.” It was the same old thing for as long as Keady could remember, and kink had officially become boring. Fresh out of a year-long contract, the only one who catches Keady’s eye is Cutler, a Dom who looks as menacing as his name. It’s too bad Keady is convinced Cutler is some kind of serial killer and not worth the risk of ending up in a freezer.

To try to spark some excitement, Keady throws out his limits—every single one. The decision lands him in a dangerous situation with an unfamiliar Dom, and, surprisingly, it’s Cutler who comes to his rescue.

But with Keady already thinking about leaving the community at Unkinked behind, it’s up to Cutler to push him to the edge and beyond.


Reader advisory: This book contains scenes of impact play, edge play, consensual non-consent, group sex, and sharing. It can be read as a stand-alone but is best read as book six in a series.

Book Seven


One video will change everything.

Wherever Isthmus and Rowes go, a horde of reporters follow, as they try to catch a snippet of everyone’s favorite actors from the hit television show Gunlover. They are best friends—sharing the screen together, along with a home and hotel rooms. But one fan video changes their lives forever when it accuses them of being in a D/s relationship.

Rowes is straight, and Isthmus can’t imagine that his best friend is kinky, but his thoughts keep straying to the video. As they start to get closer and the boundaries between them fall, they try to resist the inescapable pull of kink and passion.


Reader advisory: This book contains a scene of public sex.


Book Eight


The King of Kink has forgotten how to play.

Clint has watched his kinky friends find their matches for years, but as the local king of kink, Clint has forgotten how to play. The fire that left him with scars and took away the love of his life also turned one of his former pleasures into a nightmare that haunts him nearly every night.

But Scotland has been trying to get Clint’s attention for months, longing for a man who couldn’t be more emotionally unavailable. When one of Clint’s closest friends, Maddy, sets up a wax-play scene, Clint snaps at the sight of candles in his home and workplace.

Clint is given two choices—take an extended vacation to finally give himself time to grieve, or risk losing Unkinked and his friends.

The vacation is the easy choice, until Clint finds himself stuck at a cabin owned by the very man he’s been avoiding for months.


Reader advisory: This book features scenes of consensual non-consent and fire and ice play.


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