Letters from Cupid
by @Ari McKay
After breaking up with his partner, English professor Dr. Derek Chandler feels like a failure who will never win at romance. His aloof colleague, Dr. Macon Pinney, disagrees and pens an anonymous note of encouragement to Derek, which he signs “Cupid.” Thus begins an exchange of correspondence, a courtship through words where the two men find out they have a great deal in common. Meanwhile, Derek reaches out to Macon, not knowing Macon is his anonymous pen pal. Derek reveals through his letters that someone close by has piqued his interest. Could he mean Macon—or has Macon missed his opportunity and lost Derek to another man?
Perhaps the time has come for Cupid to put in an appearance, and when better to do so than Valentine’s Day?
Worthy of Cage’s Love
by @Lynn Hagen
Wolves of Desire 5
AVAILABLE: Monday, February 27th
Hatcher Dearing might live with his grandmother, but he was raised by two of the most hateful parents to ever live. His father has no qualms about telling Hatcher how unwanted and unlovable he is. So, when Hatcher stumbles across his mate at the local diner, he doesn’t believe he’ll have a happily ever after—especially when Phillip Dearing shows up for an impromptu visit and reminds Hatcher just how unworthy he really is.
Cage was minding his own business when a stranger dropped into the chair next to him. Hatcher was trying to ditch an unwanted date, and he used Cage as an escape. Cage didn’t mind. In fact, he found Hatcher amusing. Until he discovers that the fox shifter is his mate. Once Cage introduces Hatcher to sex, their nights are filled with passion. It’s their days that need a lot of work.
But when Hatcher and his grandmother are attacked, Cage is out for blood.