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A Marriage Plot: Marrying Men, #2
A Husband for Steel and Blood: Marrying Men, #3
False Engagement: Marrying Men, #1
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Marrying Men Series

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About this series

Rowan and Hugh were married years ago.  Time has passed, but Hugh still has feelings for Rowan and wants to try again.  Rowan has other ideas...or does he?
 

second chances, sweet gay romance, 4800 words

LanguageEnglish
Release dateAug 5, 2018
A Marriage Plot: Marrying Men, #2
A Husband for Steel and Blood: Marrying Men, #3
False Engagement: Marrying Men, #1

Titles in the series (6)

  • False Engagement: Marrying Men, #1

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    False Engagement: Marrying Men, #1
    False Engagement: Marrying Men, #1

    Vander and Michael loved one another once. Now, Vander is back from a long time at sea, getting his estate in order, and Michael is on the hunt for a rich husband so he can avoid debtor's prison. But when a severe social faux pas leads to a false engagement between the two, there is a great deal at stake. Desperate and sarcastic Michael and severe, far from wealthy Vander find their options closing in and their time running out. Certainly, falling in love again would be a mistake beyond the pale. 22,000 words A "Marrying Men" story. These pseudo-historical tales feature men marrying one another in various worlds and ways. Happy ending are to be expected.

  • A Marriage Plot: Marrying Men, #2

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    A Marriage Plot: Marrying Men, #2
    A Marriage Plot: Marrying Men, #2

    Prince Jeremy must marry within the month or lose the throne.  He would much rather not be king, but if he must, then he will go about it in the least convenient way possible for the council: holding an open call for a man to marry.  Not everything is as it seems, and there are plans within plans.  But sometimes even princes get caught in their own clever little plots. 15,000 words A "Marrying Men" story. These pseudo-historical tales feature men marrying one another in various worlds and ways. Happy ending are to be expected.

  • A Husband for Steel and Blood: Marrying Men, #3

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    A Husband for Steel and Blood: Marrying Men, #3
    A Husband for Steel and Blood: Marrying Men, #3

    When a young girl implores Edgar Finch to marry her older brother because "Charlie is unhappy," Edgar is at first amused.  But Charlie is nephew to the horribly abusive Lord Fitzhannon, whom Edgar has set himself against, and the lad is suffering under Fitzhannon's cruelty.   Marriage is not in Edgar's plans, but he'll save the lad if he can—and marriage may be his one shot.  Charlie is nineteen, wild and wounded, and extraordinarily beautiful.  The marriage of convenience to Edgar is just what he needs to get free of his awful uncle, and to protect his innocent little sisters.   A rocky alliance between Edgar and Charlie grows into something more companionable, from reluctantly relying on one another to trusting and warm.  But Edgar's heart is set on revenge against Fitzhannon, who is responsible for the death of the only man he ever loved.  Nothing must get in his way.   He would rather not drag his young husband down with him, much less develop feelings for the brat.  Now, if only Charlie would have the good sense not to fall in love with him... 37,500 words A "Marrying Men" story. These pseudo-historical tales feature men marrying one another in various worlds and ways. Happy ending are to be expected.

  • Two Soldiers: Marrying Men, #4

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    Two Soldiers: Marrying Men, #4
    Two Soldiers: Marrying Men, #4

    Two soldiers marry in haste the night before a battle, each for reasons of his own. On the eve of battle, Henry has a premonition of death. He decides to marry his impoverished friend so if he dies, at least his awful cousin won't profit off it, and instead Isaac will be able to pay off his debts. But Isaac has been concealing his feelings for some time now, and it's a bit awkward, being married to the man he really does have feelings for... ~8,000 words A "Marrying Men" story. These pseudo-historical tales feature men marrying one another in various worlds and ways. Happy ending are to be expected.

  • Magic At Sea: Marrying Men, #6

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    Magic At Sea: Marrying Men, #6
    Magic At Sea: Marrying Men, #6

    When Captain Reynard gets a magician assigned to his sailing ship, he's resigned to the worst. He's a fighting man of the King's Navy, and magicians are a nasty lot. But something about Jessop is irresistible.   Magician Jessop, small, grumpy, extremely touchy and on edge, has been deeply damaged by life. Touch is not easy for him, strangers are not easy for him, but against all odds, the crew takes him under their wing, and most of them are very kind to him. The captain especially turns out to be a gentle man, and his warmth undoes something in Jessop.   The captain falls in love with his magician—but does not dare speak those words aloud. The magician feels things for Reynard, as much as he's able to for anyone. Perhaps they might work their way to a satisfactory conclusion, commitment and happiness and a life together. But war is a dangerous time for love...     36,000 words - Low Heat Content warnings: contains references to a character's sexual trauma

  • Two Marriages: Marrying Men, #5

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    Two Marriages: Marrying Men, #5
    Two Marriages: Marrying Men, #5

    This ebook contains two stories:   A Perfectly Respectable Husband Tobias has to marry or lose his inheritance. He's made a deal with an old school chum that will cost him a great deal, but it's bound to be less than his uncle is currently stealing. Although the situation will be less than ideal, he can endure it. However, when sweet Perry steps back into his life, needing help and offering to be "a perfectly respectable husband" to help him in return, all bets are off...  ~9800 words   A Gentle Man Edwin is distressed by his second cousin's engagement to an absolute bounder. Fortunately, his old friend and secret crush Sampson is here to help...  ~9300 words   In the "Marrying Men" series, pseudo-historical tales feature men marrying one another in various worlds and ways. Happy ending are to be expected.

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