Welcome to the All American Boy Series
Are you ready to set sail with these hot new boys from the All American Boy Series?
The All American Boy Series is proud to deliver 9 new MM romance books in the shared world experience you’ve come to know and love. All books are standalone novellas with some cross-over elements.
Join us for Gay Romances from Shane K. Morton, BL Maxwell, Kris Jacen, David Michael, Layla Dorine, Sierra Hill writing as K.C. Kassidy, Miski Harris, TL Travis, Elle Keaton
Week Two’s releases include:
Devin’s Boys by Layla Dorine releasing April 11th
Pretty Boy by Sierra Hill writing as K.C. Kassidy releasing April 12th
Boy Overboard by Miski Harris releasing April 13th
Summer Boy by TL Travis releasing April 14th
Not a Boy by Elle Keaton releasing April 15th
Devin’s Boys by Layla Dorine
Releasing April 11th
Coming home was supposed to be the end of something, until Mikal barreled into his life….and he wasn’t alone.
For Devin McKay, music has been his lover, his drug, and his best friend for as long as he can remember, but there was always something he denied himself while he pursued it. Now that his band has broken up and he’s returned to his hometown of Stoney Brook, he’s settled into a new, somewhat drunken routine, while he tries to get accustomed to this new phase in his life. The last thing he expected was an old friend to send a troubled young musician his way.
Mikal needs help, or rather, his best friend, Moon, needs help getting over the blinding bouts of stage fright that have been plaguing him for the last year. He’ll do anything to get to the root of Moon’s issues, even follow along with the unorthodox methods Devin prescribes for them. After all, Devin was a success in the industry, while Mikal and Moon have been struggling to get a foot in the door.
They aren’t the only ones struggling. Moon’s longtime friend with benefits, Derrick, spends most days rudderless and pretending to be okay. There are things he needs that Moon tries desperately to give him, but Moon has needs too. All their pieces have jagged edges, but with a little twisting and turning, and a lot of songs, they might discover a way they can all fit.
“Don’t put him down when he tried!” Mikal snapped. “Don’t be like everyone else. If you’re helping him just to cut him down, then we don’t need your help.”
The slow smile that crossed Devin’s face was one Mikal didn’t understand and wasn’t sure he particularly liked either. “You sure told me.”
“I mean it too,” Mikal growled, because now his head was reeling and he was confused.
“Of that, I have no doubt.”
Despite the way Mikal glared at him, Devin never looked away. He just calmly sipped his drink, chair back in that precariously reclined position as the occasional ice cube slid off the table and clattered on the floor. “He wasn’t alone in case you were interested. Looks like he may have found another crutch. Tall, blond, not a bad guitar player, smoldering fuck me eyes, jacked-up body with a hint of a swagger.”
Rolling his eyes, Mikal waved down the nearest waitress. “Sweet Old Fashioned please.”
She flashed him a small smile and a quick nod before hurrying away.
“You don’t seem surprised, and yet, I get the impression you’re pissed.”
“Because I am!” Mikal snapped. “Derrick is…”
“So that’s his name. Hmmm, I might have to introduce myself the next time.”
Throwing up his hands, Mikal grumbled the smattering of French curses he remembered from when his grandfather was alive.
“I believe the phrase should be Osti de tabarnak de sacrament, de câlice de ciboire de criss de marde,” Devin replied, quirking an eyebrow at him. “You kinda mangled the hell out of it.”
Mikal flipped him off without giving it any thought, which only prompted a chuckle from Devin, who seemed entirely too amused about the whole situation.
“Tell me something,” Devin asked, leveling a steady gaze at him. “Were the three of you ever a band?”
Snorting, Mikal shook his head. “Derrick plays country. Fuck that noise.”
“Is it noise because you don’t like country, don’t like Derrick, or a mix of both?”
Tracing his fingers over the smooth wood, Mikal struggled with that answer, because it was both easy, and complicated. The gist of it all was that for various reasons, he couldn’t have either of them the way he wanted them, and it grated on him that they could have each other in whatever way they chose. Was enough to make him rethink his position, just to know the feel of both of them wrapped around him.
“Wasn’t that hard of a question,” Devin quipped as Mikal’s drink was sat down on the table beside his hand.
“You’d be surprised.”
Grumbling, Mikal took a drink to avoid answering.
“I’m starting to get the impression that music has nothing to do with what you don’t like about Derrick, or Derrick and Moon together.”
Lifting his drink to his lips, Devin regarded him over the rim. “You asked for my help, remember? Don’t get pissed at the methods. If yours worked, you wouldn’t need me.”
“With the music, not anything else.”
“Everything you’ve got going on in your life is going to affect your music. If you don’t know that by now, then maybe we need a little remedial session on where music comes from and how emotions shape everything to do with it.”
The glass was cold beneath Mikal’s fingertips. He should have set it down, warmed them up on his jeans. Instead, he swirled the ice in a circle and watched the liquid slosh. “Most people would consider it bad form to say someone has fuck me eyes when you’re sorta hitting on someone else.”
“Only sorta? Guess I’d better up my game.”
Pretty Boy by Sierra Hill
writing as K.C. Kassidy
Releasing April 12th
It’s true what they say. Possessing a pretty face has its perks, especially one I’ve relied on since I began modeling at seventeen. It’s paid for my college education and sent me around the world – all without taking a single dime from dad.
But it never got me what I truly wanted: his approval.
That’s the reason I’m in Stoney Brook, Maine.
To make a difference and prove to my dad I’ve changed.
What I don’t expect in this lobster fishing town is to catch feelings for a certain lobsterman. But Mason Proctor reeled me in, hook, line, and sinker.
I’m a homebody whose twenties are passing me by.
Something I hadn’t realized until I met Finn Caldwell, the pretty boy who breezed into town and hooked me with his smile. I want to be more like him; daring and fun.
The problem is my dad’s lobster business keeps me anchored down in a job, a town, and a future I don’t want.
I’ve played the role of good and loyal son long enough. I need to break free and live life on my own terms. But I don’t have it in me to cut ties and tell my parents the truth.
Finn and I may be different, but we both have something to prove. He needs to prove his worthiness to his father.
I only need to prove my bravery to one man.
Boy Overboard by Miski Harris
Releasing April 13th
Why must Fate insist on having the last word?
Spoiled rich kid Riko Walker has spent the past year roaming the New England coast, working hard to maintain the rudderless image his father believes. Riko doesn’t need his father, or anybody else. Until a beating leaves him broken and alone in the middle of nowhere.
Braxton Harper’s inner voice screams “don’t get involved!” when he finds a bloodied and beaten young man in a heap on the roadside. He’s gotten good at ignoring that voice, loading the stranger into his truck and promising a place to rest and heal.
The Titanic-sized chip on Riko’s shoulder makes Braxton want to drop this ungrateful brat and be on his way. After all, no one handed Braxton anything in life. He’s worked hard for what little he has. If Riko doesn’t want help, why bother?
Fate has no patience for their stubbornness, throwing the two together time after time. How can sparks fly between two so different men? And can move they move past ugly beginnings to find their common ground?
Summer Boy by TL Travis
Releasing April 14th
Summer romance is not for those who are led by their heart.
For Jonah Thomas, life is wake up, eat breakfast, go to work at his family’s restaurant Ahoy Matey’s. Lather, rinse, repeat. Next! His hometown, the sleepy little Stoney Brook, Maine, doesn’t offer much for someone like Jonah.
He’s not really living and has no clear path in front of him. Jonah merely…exists.
Party boy, Micah Hannigan is determined to enjoy the summer before his final year of college. Stoney Brooke, Maine is not on his bucket list. Two weeks there with his family is a life sentence, especially when his friends are living it up on the beaches of Florida where he should be.
Micah has plans, lots of them but he’d never factored in meeting the beautiful and intriguing Jonah Thomas.
It’s crazy how love always finds a way when you least expect it.
Not a Boy by Elle Keaton
Releasing April 15th
Henry should have kept on walking by when he spotted the younger man sitting alone on the beach. He should never have stopped, never sat down, and certainly never kissed him. Because now Henry is experiencing feelings. And he doesn’t like it one bit.
Things happen for a reason, even random hook-ups. Ben was supposed to get off work early that night. It was no accident the sexy stranger stumbled on his beach hiding spot. The Kiss was destined, as well as what happened afterward. It wasn’t as if Ben believed in love at first sight, but this was damn close.
It’s a good thing Henry lives three-thousand miles away or he might do something stupid, like ask for Ben’s phone number.
Ben’s hometown boss begs him to return and he agrees, only regretting not being able to say goodbye to his snarky divorce lawyer. But all the wanting in the universe isn’t going to bring them together again, he doesn’t even know Henry’s last name. Besides, home is on the west coast, not Maine.
Sometimes the universe is a funny place.
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Week One’s releases include:
The Boy is Mine by Shane K. Morton released on April 5th
Green Eyed Boy by BL Maxwell released on April 6th
Sailor Boy by Kris Jacen released on April 7th
Boy on the Horizon by David Michael released on April 8th
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