Home Collection Box Set

Home Collection Box Set
  • Word Count: 500,000
  • Price: $24.95
  • Release Date: 02/15/2015
  • ISBN: 978-1-942184-21-8

The Home Collection Box Set

The Home collection - where finding love brings you home.

  • A snarky, foul-mouthed, highly-sexed never-going-to-settle-down playboy meets his match in a patient virgin. If an opposites attract story with a smoking high heat level is your thing, read He Completes Me.

  • In Home Again you get a mix of childhood-friends-to-lovers and lovers reunited.

  • A coming out story, a finding yourself story, a building a family story, a holding onto love story - Just What the Truth Is.

  • Love at First Sight - an older/younger pairing with a touch of hurt/comfort, a high dose of sex, and, as the title promises, love at first sight.

  • In The One Who Saves Me our childhood friends become lovers early on, but the relationship comes much later. If reading about true, deep, lifelong friendship is your thing, try this book.

  • If a contemporary book could have fated mates, it would be Where He Ends & I Begin. These best friends since birth realize they both want a relationship at the beginning of the novel - see how two men who have always been in love fall even deeper.

  • Walk With Me is my version of a romantic comedy, friends-to-lovers style.

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From He Completes Me

“Come on, Zach. This is going a little overboard, even for you.”

My friend, Luke, sat on a closed toilet lid, watching me apply eyeliner. I held the pencil back and looked over at him.

“What? I am who I am. I’m not going to change for them. I told them that when I left, and there’s no fucking way I’m going to change now.”

Luke sighed and put his head in his hands, elbows resting on his knees.

“I know, Zach. I’m not telling you to change. I’d never do that. But this isn’t a club opening, it’s a funeral.” He paused, looked me up and down, and then repeated himself with more emphasis. “It’s your mother’s funeral.”

I shrugged and finished my eyeliner. He was right, of course. The look I was going for...

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