Releasing: January 11th
Lookin’ for love?
Finding love is never easy, but when these men go on their journey to find Mr. Right, we find out just how right it is. From funny and sweet to steamy and unexpected, these are sixteen stories you won’t want to miss.
Look for love in all the right places.
Lookin’ For Mr. Right is a limited edition charity anthology and all proceeds from this set will be donated to The Trevor Project.
Excerpt From Mr. Mystery by Lana Kole
Jason swallowed back his curse and waited as patiently as one could while color floated around him as everyone retrieved their shots and fresh drinks. It seemed like ages, and a ton of empty congratulations from faceless people, before he reached the bar.
He ended up beside a flashy guy in a maroon suit. It cupped his ass nicely, and Jason gave him a second glance. A martini glass sat in front of him, and the man tilted his head back with his shot. The bartender eyed Jason once, saw the direction of his gaze, and skedaddled to the end of the bar.
When Red sat the shot glass back down, his head turned left and right before he paused in the direction of the bartender. His shoulders slumped, and Jason sidled up to him.
“L, guess you’re right. You are the one getting lucky tonight. Hope he’s Mr. Right,” he growled just loud enough for Jason to hear him as the song changed.
“Who’s Mr. Right?” he asked, leaning down.
A sparkling black mask turned in his direction. Behind the dripping effect that curved over his cheeks and nose, a pair of bright blue eyes peered at him.
“No one. That’s the problem,” he answered without missing a beat.
Jason chuckled. “A pessimist. A man after my own heart.”
“Give me a few more drinks and I’ll be as optimistic as anyone,” Red muttered.
As he tilted the martini glass back with lithe fingers, Jason got a look at the front of his suit. Or more specifically, the collar that wrapped around his throat and dipped beneath his black shirt.
Holy hell. He’d never seen someone wear a harness like that so openly. So naturally.
He wanted to slide his index finger beneath the leather and his skin and feel his Adam’s apple bob as he swallowed.
Maybe even around his cock.
Jason cleared his throat and motioned for the bartender. He needed a drink, quick. Jason wasn’t one to hook up, not usually. It was too risky and usually resulted in more trouble than it was worth.
But Red here? With that spicy little collar just begging to be played with?
He’d take a chance on it.
Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award®-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.
The Authors Involved include:
J.J. Riley & Suki Gale A.J. Macey Tiegan Clyne Joanne Ganci Kinkaid Knight Logan Grey Bee Murray & CJ Vincent Helena Novak Charlotte Brice Aspen Black Sariah Skye Maya Nicole & Bitt Andrews Adora Crooks
Along with Inked Imagination Publishing