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About E.M. Lindsey
E.M. Lindsey is a non-binary, MM Romance author who lives on the East Coast of the United States. When they're not working, EM is spending time on the beach, kayaking, swimming, and playing with their dogs.
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Hawke doesn’t talk about his past—and it’s not because he has a stutter that rarely lets him speak more than three words at a time.
The shadows of what was haunt his every waking hour, but the Broken Chains MC have been a sanctuary he never expected. And Hawke is the sort of man who knows better than to cross lines, especially when it comes to the safety of his brothers.
But when Jax, the VP of the Cobras, looks at him like he’s a whole man instead of shattered pieces of the person he was before he left his home behind, he can’t help but want to be just a little bit wicked.
Broken Chains MC is a Motorcycle Club Romance series best read in order. It contains dubious morality, mild violence, and happily ever afters.
No last names.
No second dates.
No staying over.
Those three hook-up rules are only things keeping new tattoo artist, Micah, afloat in his love life, because without them, he’ll spiral. His BPD doesn’t define who he is, but it makes him love hard, and love fast. It makes him burn bright, until everything around him is consumed. He has his job at Irons and Works and his friendship with the other artists to keep him centered, and the rest is just… details.
But when a gorgeous man in a rumpled polo with the weight of the world on his shoulders walks into a bar one Thursday night, everything that holds Micah’s routine together is tested. Because the moment Ryan opens his mouth, Micah wants.
But Ryan’s life is just as complicated, if not more so.
Micah’s willing to bend the rules for him, but Ryan isn’t able to offer more than their Thursday night hook-ups, and he has no plans to tell Micah why.
For the first time in his life, Micah wants to fight to keep what he has, he just needs to know that Ryan is willing to give him something worth fighting for.
Scratcher is the seventh book in the Irons and Works series which are best read in order. It contains no cheating and a happily ever after.
Derek Osbourne’s life is ruled by a carefully cultivated routine, and there’s no room for change. A tattoo artist at Irons and Works, Derek spends his days hunched over a chair, and his nights pouring his trauma onto a canvas. And that’s all he has time for. So, when a storm knocks out the power and he’s trapped with the ridiculously hot Deaf florist who just moved in across the street, he’s not sure what to do with himself.
Derek owes Basil for keeping his panic at bay while they waited for the doors to open, but he’s not sure there’s room for more than friendship.
With Basil’s hesitance to date a hearing man, and Derek still dealing with the trauma his abusive father left behind, happily ever after seems like it’s just a dream. But Derek finds it difficult to stay away, and the more Basil sticks around, the more Derek starts to wonder if he might be worthy of love.
He was the best thing that ever happened to him...in the worst way.
Inheriting a deli from the dead uncle he’s never met, West Balkany has never felt entirely home in St. James. But he also knows he can make this life work. After all, his wants and needs are pretty simple.
He’d like to graduate sometime this century.
He’d like to meet a nice boy who doesn’t treat him like an accessory.
And forgive him if he’s asking for too much, but he wouldn’t mind living in an apartment with heat during winter, and consistently running water.
As the fight against his building manager seems to be hitting a stalemate, West finds himself caught up in the web of a man who was only supposed to be one good night. Jake doesn’t seem interested in letting West go, and West is starting to wonder if maybe things are starting to turn around.
Still, the more he gets to know Jake, the more he starts to realize the man his hiding something. West knows that in order to win the war, you may have to lose a few battles, but he’s not sure he has the strength to keep going.
No matter what Jake has promised, West knows that until the man comes clean, he'll never be able to trust him. He wants to believe in his own happily ever after, but he thinks maybe he's the cursed prince at the end of the tale.
All You Touch is the second book in the low-angst, humorous, steamy series, Love Starts Here. It features an age-gap romance, mistaken identities, a rich man with a secret, a hook-up that didn’t end when it was supposed to, and the hottest of happily ever afters.
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How did the worst date of his life turn in to the man of his dreams?
Carter Winter's no stranger to bad dates, or bad boyfriends, and the hot guy he met on a dating app seems like he would be both of those things, all wrapped up with a pretty bow. After all, on their one and only date he was:
-Obsessed with himself.
-Obsessed with his ridiculous car.
-Oh, and he gave his number to the bartender when he thought Carter wasn't looking.
Deciding he’s ready to wash his hands of all men, Carter’s resolve is tested when he starts his new job, and his boss is none other than Rhys himself. Carter’s determined to hate the man, however, this Rhys London is someone new. He’s caring, and he’s sweet, and he’s making Carter start to feel things.
The last thing Carter needs is another relationship mistake, but when Rhys comes to him with hope in his eyes and tenderness in his hands, Carter just may start to believe in second chances.
Still, he can’t help but wonder: has he gotten Rhys all wrong? Or is there something the man is hiding?
Without A Doubt is the first book in the low angst, high heat series Love Starts Here. It features mistaken identities, love that’s worth the fight, a boss/employee romance, and the sweetest of happily ever afters.
There are a certain kind of people who were meant to become rich, but Danny Zhou isn’t one of them. He’s a simple man with simple tastes. In life he’s only ever wanted a few things:
Maybe a dog.
He wouldn’t say no to a white picket fence.
And a gorgeous husband wouldn’t hurt.
But the sudden explosion of his delivery app changed his life, and not for the good.
Returning home with a shattered heart and a full bank account, Danny starts the search for a life with substance, and takes up his old post as a volunteer fire fighter. He’s not sure what to expect, but it’s most definitely not Jamie Kane, the gorgeous, Deaf fire fighter with a chip on his shoulder the size of Texas, and seems to hate the very sight of him.
Danny knows he shouldn’t look at that man and see a future there. Men like Jamie are not men for happily ever afters. But something in his dark eyes says to keep trying. Something in his strong, careful hands says Jamie is definitely worth the fire, even if Danny gets burned.
Like Water Catching Fire is a second edition re-release of a book published in 2018 with small but significant changes. It's a slow-burn, stand alone, firefighter romance featuring a stoic, Deaf Polynesian man who isn’t thrilled about living on the mainland, and a shy Chinese-American tech nerd whose viral delivery app changed everything for the worse…and then maybe for the better.
Two men, two different worlds, one destiny.
Gunner has spent half his life running from his past, and the other half trying to protect himself from ever being vulnerable again. He’s escaped his old club and worked hard to earn the VP patch on his cut after joining the Broken Chains. But his entire life is turned upside down when Gunner’s past comes back to haunt him, and the club’s Deaf delivery guy ends up at the wrong place at the wrong time.
When his president asks him to protect the injured man, Gunner wants to say no. After all, he hasn’t been able to take his eyes off Logan since the day they met, and Gunner can’t afford that kind of distraction. But ignoring him is damn near impossible when every time he looks at Logan, he starts to feel something. And Gunner doesn’t think he has the power to resist him for much longer.
There will be no promise of a future though, if the Broken Chains can’t protect Logan from the mess he’s in, but even if they succeed, Gunner isn’t sure there’s a place for Logan in his world.
Broken Chains MC is a Motorcycle Club Romance series with dubious morality, mild violence, and happily ever afters.
In the small town of Fairfield, Colorado lies an unobtrusive shop with band flyers in the windows and a neon sign blinking Tattoo. And while it might seem like a nothing little place with nothing little people living their nothing little lives, behind those doors lay epic tales of love and romance.
The hesitant tattoo artist and the Deaf florist who prove that love can transcend anything.
The single man fighting to keep his daughter and the former hockey player who won’t give up on either of them.
The man afraid to lose again, and the coffee shop owner who doesn’t realize he’s exactly the man he needs to be.
The virgin with a past and the lawyer who doesn’t think he’s good enough for a happily ever after.
The straight man with the stammer who finds his truth at the feet of the French-Canadian who knows exactly what to say.
The man with scars both inside and out who trips and falls over the high-heeled feet of the femme bartender with something to prove.
Each Irons and Works story seeks to prove that no matter who they are, or what they look like, they all deserve their Happily Ever After.
This is a complete set with 30,000 words of bonus content.
The last thing Smokey should let himself want is this man, but he can’t seem to stay away…
Every time Smokey stares at the President patch on his cut, he feels like an imposter. After all, that was not the life he was supposed to lead. In his former club, he did what they asked, when they asked, and that was enough for him. But thirty years later and the fate of the Broken Chains resting on his shoulders, all eyes were on him.
Smokey had enough to deal with after the VP of Satan’s Souls got carted off to prison on his watch, but now there’s a dead man in an alley with a cut bearing the name of The Cobras. And Smokey knows they’re not prepared to handle the consequences if the Cobras’ President thinks they’re responsible.
However, the dead man isn’t the worst part: The only witness is a civilian.
Eliah Burns was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and it seems like fate really has it in for Smokey, because Eliah is also the one man he’s been avoiding. Eliah has been in Smokey’s periphery for years, his little brother’s favorite professor—and he’s also the one-night stand Smokey hasn’t been able to forget.
Now Eliah’s in Smokey’s home, hiding from the men who want him dead, and Smokey’s trying to keep his heart from tripping and falling for a man he shouldn’t want while learning who is trying to set his club up to start a full on war.
Broken Chains MC is a Motorcycle Club Romance series with dubious morality, mild violence, and happily ever afters.
It wasn’t that Luke was unhappy at Irons and Works. After all, that was his home, his family, his safety.
But watching everyone around him fall in love was a bit much when every single relationship he’d tried to maintain fell to pieces. Was he just unlucky, or was there something about him that was just fundamentally unlovable?
What Luke doesn’t expect in answer is an older man with greying hair and eyes that look like they’ve seen into the core of the earth.
What he doesn’t expect is for Tony to introduce everyone to his half-brother.
And what he most definitely doesn’t expect is for that man to zero in on Luke, and decide—whether Luke likes it or not—that he’s the only thing in the shop he actually wants.
Ornamental is the eighth book in the Irons and Works series which are best read in order. It contains no cheating and a happily ever after.
By the time he turned twenty-nine, Alexei Gurgov has managed to put his dark past behind him. Running a bookshop and living a quiet life in London, he has very few expectations. He may be lonely, but alone means nothing can hurt him. Alone means there's no one in his life to abandon him.
Then one night, he's mugged in an alley, and his life is irrevocably changed.
Instead of going to the police, Alexei tracks down the mugger and learns he’s merely a starving man trying to get by. Offering him a job and a place to stay, Alexei is determined to help make it right. After all, he knows better than anyone what it's like to struggle.
The one thing he doesn’t expect, however, is to fall for his sudden flatmate, even if it seems like August his hiding something from his past.
When all the chips fall, will this be his own version of a storybook romance, or are they star-crossed lovers, determined to burn bright and fall apart?
Absolution is the re-release of a book published in 2016. Additional words have been added lengthening the story to 30% longer than the original, but the plot and conclusion remain the same.