Flawed Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 1)
If there were an emergency number for adulthood, Matt Kincaid would have dialed it months ago. Raising his kid brother alone is already an uphill battle, nevermind when an ugly gang initiation lands the teen in lockup. Again. Only, this time for a hate crime against a local fight club, where settling debts isn’t taken lightly. When the club offers to let Matt risk everything in a long-shot match with a man who’s as brutally handsome as he is tough, he jumps at the chance.
If Matt wins, all will be forgiven. If not? Well, he might as well move in, because ‘The Law’ will own his ass...for a very long time.
There are no limits to what Lawson ‘The Law’ Gaumond will do to protect the club he and his former lovers built. An inner-city sanctuary where Anniston Falls’ gay leather culture thrives, The Asylum Fight Club isn’t an easy place, but it’s home. Taking on a local hothead whose younger brother vandalized the space isn’t high on his priority list, but there’s something about Matt that cries out for a firm hand.
Lawson’s never backed down from a fight, and he’s not about to start when there’s no way he can lose.
When renewed gang violence erupts, spilling blood over The Asylum, Lawson and Matt must confront their pasts to find a way forward. Gunshots and knives should be harder to survive than this rough love, but coming to the ring armed with nothing but the truth is their greatest challenge of all.
Beyond Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 2)
Raised and trained by The Asylum Fight Club’s most infamous owner, Reed Dane is almost untouchable. Might sound dope, but there are disadvantages to his ‘privileged’ status. His guardian’s reputation makes a serious relationship impossible—turns out the club’s members are addicted to breathing—and the one man Reed truly wants sees him only as a stray his former lover brought home.
An endless string of one-night stands lacks the intimacy Reed craves, but at least edgy post-fight hookups distract him from what he’ll never have. Until he takes a wrecking ball to the walls that set him apart.
Curtis Smith is a lot of things—MMA fighter, club owner...son of a drug lord—but one thing he’s not is prepared to face temptation exploding past his carefully built boundaries. Reed is forbidden, to him most of all, but resisting what they both want becomes impossible with the sub challenging him at every turn. And with his past threatening everything The Asylum has been built to protect, Curtis can’t afford to be addicted to Reed’s brand of candy coated sin.
He can’t deny himself one taste before his stolen time runs out. Because when it does, all that will be left behind for Reed is a memory…
And his heart.
Hard Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 3)
Scandalous headlines threaten to turn Jamie Kent from a pop star to a pariah on the regular, but this latest one is a little too close for comfort. The Asylum Fight Club seems like a good place to hide out...until he has to prove he belongs—deep in a lifestyle with a contract and rules he breaks within the first five minutes. Staying means complete surrender, but a lifetime scripting love songs didn’t prepare him to give his heart to the one man who claims everything he has to offer.
The day he returns from prison.
Reputation has its own kind of power in a place where pain and pleasure depend on who’s in control. Entangled in the lives of those he’d give anything to protect, Noah Leonov rarely takes chances, but the hardened fighter refuses to abandon the vulnerable new sub to vultures who could tear his life apart with a camera flash. With the cage where he spent two years fresh in his mind, Noah won’t trap the man he loves in his brutal world. Jamie deserves the glamour and fame, where he can have more than a broken man can provide.
He belongs in the spotlight.
Neither man ever had the choice to decide their own destiny. Imprisoned by the roles they’re forced to play, their key to freedom might be to do the unexpected.
Refuse to let go.
Cold Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 4)
Breaking a few rules didn’t seem like a huge deal.
With his name on several government assasination lists, Wren Gibson’s prison sentence might’ve been the shortest in hacker history, until an unlikely rescue lands him behind the sturdy brick walls of The Asylum Fight Club. Where everyone can game the rules, yet he’s forbidden from even placing his piece on the board.
But one Dom tempts him to gamble everything.
The Asylum’s resident, on-call medic, Jared “Doc” McCleod is familiar with the histories of every man who crosses the club’s threshold. Their pain, their fear… Of them all, only Wren has held on to his secrets, a fascinating contrast with how completely he gives up control. As the general on the front lines of The Asylum’s internal and external battles, it’s Jared’s duty to make certain the quiet sub with soulful brown eyes doesn’t fly under his radar for long.
Showing his hand could cost them both.
When Jared takes on the task of helping Wren recover from an unexpected injury, Wren begins to wonder. While the Dom is tending to everyone else, who is there for him? To show Jared he can be the sub he needs, he would willingly light himself on fire. For an ex-con with a target on his back, risking that kind of notice is a dangerous strategy, but...
Sometimes, getting what you want requires going all in.
Raw Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 5)
Ambition can be deadly.
The right kind of exposure is all porn star Keiran Stone needs to reach his ultimate goal of opening his own restaurant, until an ill-fated audition ends with a near-deadly confrontation on the doorstep of Anniston Falls, New York’s infamous gay fight club. Rescued by one of the club’s members, Kerian is offered a job as The Asylum’s chef, and taken under the club’s protection.
He finds more than a recipe for success.
Top-tier fighter, Dallas Stephens, enjoys a variety when it comes to play outside the ring. As a switch, he finds satisfaction at both ends of the whip. Commitment never appealed to him with relationships or careers, but Keiran’s sweet temptations whet Dallas’s appetite for more than a one-night-stand. Inside and outside of the sub’s kitchen.
Ordering off the menu can be dangerous.
As Keiran fights to establish his own place within The Asylum, threats to the club’s foundation leave both men caught in the crossfire. Love and loyalty show them they’re exactly where they belong, in the most important battle either will ever face.
Surviving it is another story.
Dark Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 6)
Gravity is just another force to overcome.
Renowned aerial artist Avery Dylan has a secret. He’s not who he seems to be. A mercenary by trade, he’s been activated by his handlers in a desperate move to bring down an impossible-to-reach target inside the infamous Asylum Fight Club.
When his high wire act proves easier to execute than one elusive submissive, Avery must resort to more than slithering silks and suggestive moves to breach the club’s defenses. Infiltrating its security requires sneaking past its most carefully guarded boundary—Rhodey Leonov’s heart.
But this is one drop that could kill.
When emotions distract from a mission, it never ends well. For the other guy. There are more headstones in Rhodey Leonov’s past than notches on his belt, which is a track record he lives with. Literally. Being unstoppable keeps his family safe. They may hate his methods, but so long as they’re in one piece, he can live with that.
Until an attack on The Asylum’s newest member reveals a weakness Rhodey can’t let stand. Having Avery recover in his bed for a few days could be a lethal mistake, though Rhodey’s not quite ready to reach for the shovel… Unless it’s to dig himself into the dark pit he’s escaped for so long. With a sub whose sweetness might be nothing but venom.
For both men, love isn’t an option, because falling only leads to one place…
A shallow grave.
Uneven Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 7)
Life in the wings has its disadvantages...
One-time third-wheel in the boy-band Glam Grenade, Danny DiMarco’s existed just shy of center stage for as long as he can remember—a supporting player to two best friends who depended on him to pull their weight. While they made bank, he’s left reeling when his father’s death tangles his future in the red tape of empty contracts and drained accounts.
But the show must go on.
Jackson ‘Jacks’ Turner wears many hats, most of them gathering dust. An ex-model and an in-denial fashion designer, what he doesn’t plan to accessorize with is a newbie sub who shows up on his front doorstep looking for an introduction to the world of D/s inside Anniston Falls’ exclusive gay, members-only club.
Shea Warren is no stranger to covert ops. A Navy SEAL, he knows the ins and outs of hiding in plain sight. When Danny runs afoul of the club’s most powerful cliques on his first...and second...night as his roommate’s guest, the mission becomes clear. Protect the sweet, unassuming sub before he becomes a casualty of Jacks’ wear-em-once style.
There’s no rehearsal for this next set.
The Asylum might be more accepting of sequins and spandex than most, but Danny’s not coming to come out. In fact, with sponsors whose conservative ties pay his bills, it’s more than undesirable. It’s impossible. Except, sometimes Cupid has other plans.
Just when Danny needs to hide most, he’s headed for the last place he ever wanted to be...
In the spotlight.
Deserted Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 8)
The winning contender always has an edge.
Even up against the ropes, Curtis Smith can tip the odds in his favor with his devil-may-care attitude. A long and happy life has always been a longshot, so he faces every comer with his own brand of beat-down. He can claim victory in almost any situation. Except figuring out how to win at love.
You have to go all in.
A loss in the ring can have its own challenges. And rewards. But as the submissive of two of The Asylum’s core owners, the label ‘club royal’ doesn’t leave many options for how Reed Dane can get his ‘crown’ to fit. Sweets and sparkles don’t exactly go with craving the darker side of kink.
Sometimes fate stacks the odds.
When disaster strands Reed in a sea of familiar faces, only one man’s care can keep him from losing the biggest fight of all—to survive. But without Curtis, how can he avoid a lasting knockout?
If the house has reached its limit.
Stolen Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 9)
A little wicked isn’t so bad…
When you’re part of the O’Rourke Clan, living up to the family name isn’t optional. Groomed as a drug kingpin’s youngest heir, Pike O’Rourke wasn’t supposed to be in charge. Now, as the last man standing, it’s up to him to make sure the legacy lives on. Even if it means betraying the first two men he’s ever loved.
Thoroughly debauched is better.
Mercenary, Seth Bizenhofer, made a choice ten years ago that cost him everything. Now, when a mission is on the line, his heart is off the table. That is, until he’s assigned to get intel from a mouthy sub whose lust for trouble is as huge as his craving for love. Complicated doesn’t begin to describe his relationship status, but no one ever said the job would be easy.
If history repeats itself...
A healer by training, Quint Templeton’s heart is the only battlefield he’d ever expected to fight on. Even that has been a demilitarized zone since his only breakup. When his newest assignment places him firmly in the sights of the two men who broke his heart, he should say no—but with a price on his head, there’s only one way out. Jumping into the trenches feet first, he’ll make sure Pike and Seth aren’t caught in the crossfire.
The fallout could permanently blow their worlds apart.
Out of the Ring (The Asylum Fight Club Shorts)
There’s fighting to win. Fighting for love. And… Fighting to survive.
At The Asylum a submissive might kneel to the right man, but a collar doesn’t make him weak. Between lovers and found family, the core has created a foundation that nothing can break. More than can be contained between four walls.
The journey begins at home. But it doesn’t end there.
No Good Very Bad Day at The Asylum
Danny DiMarco made one huge mistake that morning. One he really wishes he could take back before another disaster strikes. He shouldn’t have gotten out of bed.
Long Winding Road Trip Away from The Asylum
‘There’s no place like home’. Maybe if Wren Gibson repeats that often enough, he’ll eventually get back there. If he survives the next pit stop.
A Little Roughed Up at The Asylum Safehouse
Throughout Quint Templeton’s life, he’s had a few different jobs. Soldier. Doctor. Mercenary. But he’s about to tackle the most important one of all. Is ‘sub wrangler’ an official title?
Baby, it’s Cold inside The Asylum
Nothing could be worse than the one holiday season that shall never be spoken of again. Not power outages. Or all out brawls. Or...explosives?
All right, who pissed off Santa?
Double the Heat Brewed (by the Asylum)
Creating The Roughhouse Cafe is Matt Kincaid's dream come true.
Even when the local gang gets too close for comfort. Or when a 'helpful' popstar's promo efforts have customers lining up around the block.
Matt's totally got this.
The Asylum subs come to the rescue, breaking a few rules in the process. And there's no keeping secrets from the Doms for long.
Kink and coffee apparently go together real well.
Both best when served up hot.
Love & Stitches at The Asylum (Part I)
Blood, bruises, and a few broken bottles are on tap nightly at The Asylum. But if Jared McCleod is going to serve up the spookiest of all Halloween-themed birthdays for Wren Gibson, he'll need more than run-of-the-mill mayhem.
Pulling off a surprise party under the nose of the club's most in-the-know sub will take the assistance of all the Core members, and a little help from Mother Nature.
With a dash of carefully orchestrated chaos, a cache of costumes, and a setting out of Teen Scream XVI, everyone is guaranteed to have fun and come out in one piece…
As long as the past, or The Asylum's ghosts, don't come back to haunt them.
Note: This is Part One. To follow along with the story as it is created, visit the FREEBIES link, in the Menu, above.
Broken Justice (The Asylum Fight Club Book 10)
Gun-for-hire River Capaldi’s assignments at The Asylum should be pretty tame:
Only one problem. No one’s rolling out the welcome mat until he proves he isn’t a threat to the found family made up of a ragtag collection of fighters and their men. Thankfully, he’s got some strong connections to smooth the way. And their trust comes with a few perks.
The longer River stays, the more drawn he is to this safe haven in the center of a brutal world. A few rounds in the ring becomes a seductive dance. Not a life he can indulge in long-term, but for the men he begins to think of as friends and lovers? He’ll sacrifice just about anything to keep it safe.
Tattoo artist-in-training and non-toxic twin, Tayden Powell, enjoys the spot he’s earned on the outskirts of The Asylum’s core. Sure, there are times he wouldn’t mind joining the inner circle, but at least he isn’t neck deep in the danger they constantly face. Until one wrong step has him drowning in it. And needing his very own merc bodyguard.
Temporary collars are coveted prizes among The Asylum subs, because they often lead to something more permanent, but Tay can tell River’s got one foot out the door. And there’s no way to build anything together on a foundation of secrets he can’t share. For now, Tay can have a bit of fun. Get a taste of what he’s watched from the sidelines. So long as he follows his short-term Dom’s one rule.
Don’t fall in love.