Standalone Bestseller Bundle
New to Z.A. Maxfield's books? Start with this collection of FIVE bestselling Z.A. Maxfield M/M Romance e-books.
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This collection includes Crossing Borders, The Long Way Home, Drawn Together, Family Unit, and Rhapsody for Piano and Ghost.
Hours and hours of sweet and steamy reading for thirty percent off. (These books are intended for readers over the age of 18.)
Can Tristan find love with his old nemesis?
Tristan knows he’s got issues. His latest ex-girlfriend knows it, too. He can’t blame her for dumping him—even if she sent her brother to do it. He figures it’s about time to put a label on those issues. He's gay.
Tristan heads to the local bookstore with a foolproof plan to find someone to show him what he’s been missing, but who should crash his little adventure? Officer Michael Truax, the cop who gave him an expensive ticket for skateboarding without a helmet back in high school.
Michael has been trying to catch Tristan for years...to give him a second ticket. Suddenly faced with little “Sparky”, all grown up and looking to get laid, Michael’s protective instinct kicks in. Sort of. But the opportunity is hard to resist. Tristan must know what he’s getting into, right?
If you love enemies-to-lovers romance, snarky men, and a cast of characters that will make you smile, Crossing Borders is for you.
The Long Way Home:
Psychic detective seeks rigid unbeliever for impossible romance. Yoga a plus.
Kevin Quinn is living with new psychic abilities he refers to as the ‘gift that keeps on taking’.
His attempts to use his talents to help the police meet with limited success. Yet, when teenage boys go missing from Southern California beach cities, Kevin gets on a plane to his hometown, where he faces his father, who turned his back on Kevin once before.
Connor Dougal has every reason to believe all psychics are fakes and charlatans. He’s still numb from the disappearance of his first love, a boy who went missing ten years earlier. Kevin isn't comfortable with his gift, and unresolved family matters make things more difficult for him. Despite their differences, Connor and Kevin begin falling for each other as they work the case.
Can Connor overcome the tragedy of his first love and reach for the man who will love him forever?
Is Rory Delaplaines in for the shock of his life?
What happens when Rory travels halfway across the country to meet the girl of his dreams? Certainly not what he expected...
Rory's just a simple southern boy from St. Antoine's Parish, Louisiana, but he knows what he wants -- the girl of his dreams, reclusive and mysterious artist Ran Yamane.
He's loved her since junior high school, and now he has the chance to meet her. He chucks everything and travels 1,500 miles to Anime Expo in Long Beach just so he can tell her. He's determined that nothing and nobody is going to stand in his way.
Turns out, Ran Yamane isn't a girl, but he gets that a lot. People come to him with teddy bears, chocolates, and disappointment by the truckload.
Yamane has trusted fans in the past with disastrous consequences. So when he meets Rory, he is understandably wary. He isn't prepared for his magnetic attraction to the man, Rory's apparent willingness to overlook his gender or the chaos that ensues when his number one fan (and psycho stalker) shows up to get revenge.
Do two men from two different worlds stand a chance at lasting love?
Once, Richard chose family obligation over romance. When a second chance at love comes knocking, will he have the courage to answer?
Richard is an artist. A pacifist who is pathologically afraid of guns. Retired marine Logan is quiet and methodical. Yet the minute Logan sets eyes on Richard, his heart turns over like an old car engine and it isn't long before his motor is revved and Richard is in the driver's seat--even if it seems like each man is driving a different car.
Richard Hunter gave up on love to parent his grandson. The kid--Nick--has had it rough. Richard vows nothing will stop him from creating a loving and stable home. Not even a tempting, red-hot relationship with a very attractive man. However, when Richard looks into Logan's blue eyes it's tough to stay focused.
It's never easy to become a family, what with a temperamental eight-year-old, disapproving outsiders, and outright extortion attempts. But when push comes to shove, both Logan and Richard are committed family men who want to make a loving home for a little boy who needs them. Together, they're planning to form a Family Unit, and they won't let anything stand in their way.
Rhapsody for Piano and Ghost:
Why can't Fitz Gaffney ever simply chill?
Fitz Gaffney finally has some breathing room. His mother's out of town, his piano coaches have backed off, and he's spending his time in a music conservatory where he only has to be adequate for an entire year before all his responsibilities come crashing back in again. Along with his new free time comes the realization that he's lonely, but his first attempt to make new friends goes horribly awry.
Fitz's new - but possibly imaginary - friends, Evan and Serge, want to help him find happiness. His used-to-be-step-brother Ari Scheffield wants to help him gain confidence and a little much-needed cool. His housekeeper Marguerite wants to keep fowl in the backyard for butchering because duck confit is expensive and she has pillows to re-stuff. And his possible new boyfriend Garrett wants to prove he didn't mean for their first date to end with Fitz lying unconscious in a dumpster.
Fitz needs to find out: how's a shy guy to know what's real when he's confronted by crazy ghosts, a less-than-truthful boyfriend, and relatives with hidden motives?