These are inter-connected taboo novellas.

When Fantasies Collide - Adrian & Rhys

When Adrian is given the chance to live out his wildest fantasy, he’s shocked when real life comes calling instead. At war with himself over what he’d done, he pushes Rhys away. The barriers between him and his son seem insurmountable, but Rhys wants to break them down.

When their secret is exposed, who will support them, and who will deny them?

A father / son taboo romance

When Dreams Collide - Wyatt & Niko

Niko knows what he wants, and it’s Wyatt, but Wyatt has a secret that threatens to tear them apart before their relationship has even begun. Niko has found someone who wants him for who he is, but the idea that they’re related might be too much for him to handle. When someone from his past threatens him, Wyatt is there to support him in every way.

Is love more important than a familial bond? 

An MM uncle/nephew taboo romance

When Pleasures Collide - Seth & Leon

Seth yearns for the love he sees around him every day, even if it is just one night where he can pretend. After weeks of Leon flirting with him, Seth finally relents, and their relationship turns into everything they had ever wished for. Until the “meeting the parents” visit throws an unexpected wedge between them. Who knew fate was such a bitch? 

Love should be unconditional, but how can it be when blood gets in the way?

An MM half-brothers taboo romance.

When Cravings Collide - Scott & Devon

Twins, Scott and Devon, are inseparable. Double dates, double holidays, double celebrations. It’s too much for some of their ex-boyfriends, which is why they’re still single. When Scott finds his feelings for his brother changing, he’s at a loss of what to do until Devon takes matters into his own hands - or rather, mouth. Devon, himself, is shocked by what he did, but he can’t get it out of his mind. When he finds the club Freedom, he realises they may have found their best chance at figuring out what’s going on between them.

One taste is not enough, but can they really ignore the bond they’ve had since birth?

An MM twins taboo romance.

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