The Kings of Men MC series is a male/male set of books based around the all rough-mannered, very illegal motorcycle club, The Kings of Men. They reside in New Gothenburg, New York.
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#1: King's Killer
A PA Walking the Line Between Good and Evil
Physician’s assistant by day, doctor to the Kings of Men MC by night. Grant Arthur’s life is tough to balance, but he does what he can to help his brother, Aaron “King” Arthur, the president of the motorcycle club. Trapped as an outsider to the club by his brother for safety, Grant prefers the quiet life, until the Kings visit him in the middle of the night with an injured member. With them is Kai Woodrow, rugged and dangerous, who Grant can’t tear his gaze from.
A Killer Who Gave Away His Heart
Reaper kills for a living. He’s the man King calls when he needs to send a gruesome message. Unfortunately, Reaper’s also human, and has all the needs of a man. He’s been in love with Grant since they shared a foster home as teens, but he knows how protective King is. Reaper could never betray his president and friend, even if Grant’s the only one who sees him as Kai. He settles with quietly stalking Grant, until one night they bring him an injured club member.
One Wild Night
When Grant is nearly hurt, Kai can’t resist living in the moment, even if it’s bound to get him killed by King—or someone worse. The world doesn’t stop turning because he finally kissed Grant, and with any illegal motorcycle club, trouble comes along for the ride. When Grant’s kidnapped, Kai would move heaven and hell to find him, and destroy the people who took him.
#1.5: King's Rogue
A Marine Gone Rogue
Andrew “Rogue” Willoughby served three tours for the United States, and as a reward, he returned home to a dead mother, a lonely home, and no help from the politicians he served. To console himself, he joins a motorcycle club that reminds him of the brotherhood he enjoyed in the Marines, and he finds a home with the Kings of Men MC. When he spies Reaper and Undertaker bringing in a prisoner, he’s curious, and follows them to their torture room. It doesn’t take him long to recognize their captive as Josh, the younger brother of one of their imprisoned members.
A Brother With Faults
Joshua Hebb never expected to become a drug dealer, but when his mother gets sick, the bank is ready to take his childhood home. He has no other choice. His brother, Colton, went to jail for the Kings of Men MC. Joshua can’t bring himself to admit to the Kings’ that he has ties to the club because as far as he’s concerned, the Kings of Men abandoned his family when they needed them. But when Rogue recognizes him, everything changes.
Help From Unexpected Places
If the Kings are willing to give him another chance, Josh will have to earn his keep and prove his loyalty. Falling into bed with Rogue is the most dangerous thing he can do, but it’s hard not to when Andrew, unfailingly, helps how he can when Josh needs someone the most.
#2: King's Eyes
A Second Chance Becomes Trouble
After leaving his cheating ex and New York City behind, Mackenzie Byrnes wants to celebrate his new life and new teaching position in New Gothenburg. Only he ends up at a club in need of rescuing from a jerk who won’t take no for an answer. After that embarrassing mess, Mackenzie swears he’s on a man ban. His resolve lasts until he runs into the handsome bouncer who saved him, and then he hands over his phone number, hoping for a date.
A Stalker Who Can’t Look Away
Travis “Eyes” Hughes has two jobs—spy for the president of the Kings of Men MC, and nightclub security. When Travis saves a sexy blond from getting groped against his will, he gets the urge to follow him home to make sure he arrives there safely. One night of watching turns into a habit Travis can’t shake, and an impulse he won’t deny.
The closer Travis gets to Mackenzie, the sloppier he becomes. When his half-truths begin to catch up with him, all hell breaks loose with the Kings of Men MC, and Mackenzie finds out Travis isn’t who he said he was. With Travis’s lies exposed, a cop hot on his trail, and his brother in jail—he’s sure he’ll lose Mackenzie as well—but he might be surprised by the strength a certain kindergarten teacher possesses.
#3: King's Criminals
Fresh Meat In Prison
Charley Hughes never imagined he would find himself in lockup, but when King promises that his brothers-in-arms will protect him, Charley expects his time on the inside to be easy. He doesn't factor in Scar, his mean as hell—and handsome—cellmate. Scar seems to have one goal only, to get into Charley’s pants. Charley has never been with a man before and doesn’t plan to start.
Driven By Isolation
Colton “Scar” Hebb went to prison years ago. He willingly took the fall for his motorcycle club. Scar is as loyal and brutal as they come, but he's also lonely. The moment he sets eyes on Charley, he wants him. Charley is playing hard to get, though. It’s a good thing Scar enjoys a chase.
Predator and Prey
The longer Charley holds out against Scar’s advances, the more dangerous prison life gets for him. Between rival MC clubs and guards, he's constantly on high alert. Scar is rough and scary, but at least he's on Charley's side. The more time Charley spends with Scar, the weaker his resolve becomes to hold out against him. What will happen when Charley no longer wants to resist the attraction?
#4: King's Pawn
Badass Biker Bodyguard
Fresh from behind bars, Bishop, a Kings of Men MC member, settled into his old life. He made his way through a parade of men, and he was left completely unsatisfied, despite his warm welcome home. In prison, Bishop had been Destiny’s protection, and Destiny paid for his safety—in physical favors. If Bishop had known then how fond he would become of Destiny, he might not have approached him to begin with. Now, nobody filled the Destiny-shaped hole in his bed or heart.
Destiny left a real cell for one his parents controlled. Upon his release from prison, Destiny’s abusive, police captain father took him back to the house where he grew up, and he made it clear Destiny would never leave again. With little choice in the matter, and even though it broke his heart, Destiny did the smart thing and cut ties with Bishop to keep him safe from his father’s far-reaching influence. The last thing Destiny wanted was to cause trouble for the best man he’d ever been with.
First Time, Helter-Skelter Love
Hurt, but finally finding his strength, Destiny fled is father’s abuse and went looking for the only man he trusted to keep him safe, Bishop. The biker gladly helped, but out in the real world, Bishop and Destiny had no idea how to treat each other. Between Destiny’s father sending half the police force to hunt for him, and the brewing problems with a rival motorcycle club, will Bishop be able to keep Destiny safe and free?
#5: King's Undertaker
Submit or Die
Lee Bisset longs to belong, in every submissive sense of the word. Trying to find himself, he becomes a prospect for the Demons. One night he pays his way into an underground party and, due to his muscled good looks, is asked to be part of an onstage demonstration—as a Dom. Reluctantly he agrees, putting himself, and the Demons’ patch he wears, in the spotlight.
Eat the Bullet
The Undertaker, Tim to his friends, volunteers to rain hell on the Demon scum who climbed onto the stage at King’s party. An experienced Dom, Tim is quick to get the larger man in his control. Tim enjoys every second of their time together. But since the Kings have a history of trouble with the Demons, there’s no way Tim can keep one of their prospects for a pet… right?
Kiss of Life
Tim’s life quickly becomes entangled with his temporary pet. Several club problems boil over at once, leaving a Demon dead by friendly fire, and Tim in a cold fury at the Demons’ VP, Jamison. In an attempt to avoid a full-scale war, Tim agrees to represent the Kings in a race against Jamison. No one expects both men to come out alive. Except Tim finally has a reason to live. And if Tim does things right, he hopes to stick it to the Demons and claim his temporary pet for his own.
#6: King's Undercover Fed
Aaron “King” Arthur dedicated his life to the Kings of Men MC. He created a brotherhood and promised a safe haven for his club brothers. When one of his men comes to King with news that the feds are planting an undercover agent in the club, King decides to play a game of chicken with their little rat. King pushes at the agent’s personal boundaries, using sex as a carefully honed weapon, but doesn’t expect the federal agent to respond so eagerly.
Tool for the Men in Blue
Dallas Mickelson spent so many years undercover with motorcycle clubs that he’s starting to lose his real identity. When he’s sent to pose as a prospect by the name of Austin Smith in the Kings of Men MC, he doesn’t expect to enjoy the thrill of being one of the boys. The infamous King isn’t what Dallas imagines, and he makes Dallas’s body react in ways he’s never felt before.
Deadly Games Become More
King has his own set of problems outside of this unpredictable fed, from past secrets coming to light, to his fortieth birthday quickly approaching. The last thing he needs is to feel emotions he’s never experienced before, especially for someone who could bring down the illegal empire he’s worked so hard to build. Dallas has a job he’s expected to finish, but he’s not so sure he wants to do it anymore, and the decisions he makes can shape everyone’s future—for better or worse.
#7: King's Virtuous Son
The “Innocent” Twin
Hunter Tanner is a prospect for the Kings of Men MC. The club president, King, shocked Hunter with the news that he is Hunter’s biological father. King was the only man who had ever kept Hunter safe, and he’d taken King’s attention the wrong way—only to be devastated to learn they were related. Now he’s pissed off. Hunter’s identical twin, Forrest, offers him a chance to get away from New Gothenburg, so Hunter takes a vacation to stay at the Exotic Virtue in New York City.
The Irish Mobster
Jamie Shannon is a simple Irishman. He enjoys working, and sometimes killing, for the Killough Company, and he believes in going after anything—or anyone—he wants. Jamie has long had his eye on a particular blond man who works at the Exotic Virtue, and an opportunity presents itself when he sees him looking down in the dumps next to the pool. Jamie doesn’t hesitate to swoop in and try to kiss him better.
Two Blood-Spattered Worlds, One Heart
An explosive night with Jamie leads to a fight that sends Hunter racing back to New Gothenburg. Jamie doesn’t hesitate to follow his man. To get Hunter back, he’ll have to navigate not only King’s temper when he shows up unannounced to talk to his upset son, but both Hunter and Jamie still have dangerous obligations. Is there any way they can truly be together, or were they doomed to only one hot night from the start?
#8: King's Barber
The Undercover Assassin
Quain Beaumont is paid to kill people and he’s good at it. When he’s contracted, for a hefty sum, to protect a district attorney’s son in New Gothenburg, he can’t say no. However, he doesn’t expect Barber to be such an attractive pain in the ass. Complicating matters, Barber is part of the Kings of Men MC. He can’t risk a romantic attraction to a target, but Barber’s charm makes it hard not to fall into bed with him.
The Shit-Stirring Biker
There’s nothing more exciting to Luke “Barber” Booth than pulling pranks and causing problems. The reactions he gets out of people keep his days interesting, even if it sometimes results in fist fights with his club brothers. His next-door business neighbor is no different. Quain is uptight, so Barber takes pleasure in annoying him, which ensures nearly daily visits from Quain to the barber shop. Quain might be a whiny hairstylist, but he’s beautiful. Barber is only too happy to take a bite out of him.
An Attempted Murder and Confessions
When there’s an attempt on Barber’s life, Quain does what he’s been paid to do—protect him—but Barber’s uncle and cousin are kidnapped instead. In order to set things right, Quain must admit the truth to Barber about his undercover status and assignment. To Barber’s disgust, they need to work together to get his family back. By the end of this mess, it’s not only their lives at risk, but their hearts, too.
#9: King's Ex-Cons (Short Story)
Almost Boyfriend Material
Charley Hughes loves Scar. He doesn’t give a damn that they’re bikers; he wants a real relationship with Scar, in every sense of the word. Their romance didn’t have a balanced beginning since they met in prison. Now that they’re both out and established in the world, all Charley wants is for Scar to do three things: love him, stay out of jail, and listen when Charley speaks. Scar has a lot of trouble with that last request—especially when they’re having a fight.
Unable to Compromise
Colton “Scar” Hebb has no idea how to solve a disagreement in any way that requires words. Prison toughened him up, maybe too much. Scar tries something he’s not ready for with Charley, then clams up afterward, which causes pain for both men.
Life Beyond Prison
Scar won’t talk about what is bothering him, and Charley is frustrated and worried. If Scar can’t learn to move past the man he had to be to stay safe behind bars, he might lose his life with Charley and all the new experiences he wants to share with him. Luckily they’re in the Kings of Men MC, and their biker brothers see the trouble they’re in. With a little good advice from King, chances are things will work out—assuming Scar can get comfortable opening up to Charley.
#10: King's Silver Knight
The Runaway Rock Star
Music is part of Andy Spire’s soul, but he can’t handle being in a band with his abusive husband anymore. His only option is to give up his career and make a run for it. After years of being belittled, it takes all his nerve to escape the toxic relationship. Andy isn’t sure how he can leave alive. When the tour bus stops to refuel, Andy flees from his soon-to-be ex-husband.
The Sellout Biker
Oz Winston is stuck in his job as a loan officer. No matter how far he advances in his career, he is miserable. The few days a month he relaxes with the Kings of Men MC are the only times he is happy. One night, while riding home after a party, he spots a pretty man in trouble, and his conscience won’t let him do anything except stop to help.
The Knight with a Gun
A single heroic act convinces Andy he can trust Oz. Andy goes home determined to make a clean break from his ex, but he ends up needing Oz to rescue him again. The one steady person who continues to be a warm, helpful presence in his life is Oz. Andy’s ex is obsessed with him, but the fixation isn’t about love gone wrong—there is a lot of cash on the line. Can Oz keep Andy safe and help him heal? Or will the ex from rock-star hell find a way to rip them apart and kick Andy out of the music business for good?