Best Aubrey Cullens books

Restitution: A Love Story

Aubrey Cullens

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Nate Parker has spent the last few years imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit. His wrongful conviction cost him his job, his fiancée, his reputation, and his hope for the future. His name has been cleared, but after everything he’s lost, he doesn’t know how to find his way back to the life that was taken from him.

Parker Campbell is raising his 9-year-old niece, Emma, on his own.  Working for a homophobic boss in a gay-unfriendly town, he treads carefully, knowing that his job security has to be his priority when he’s all Emma has.

Parker has never considered starting a relationship with another employee… until he hires Nate. It should have been easy to avoid getting involved, since Nate keeps insisting that he's not gay. Parker is used to life not being easy, though, and Nate may find that what he really needs isn't at all what he thought he was looking for.

(Restitution is a standalone m/m contemporary gay romance of approximately 60,000 words containing profanity, mature adult content, two men who deserve love, and a happily ever after ending.)

Sliding Into Home

Aubrey Cullens

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Oscar wants to play it safe —

Oscar Rosales Ortega is the first openly gay player in Major League Baseball. The fans call him “Oro” — both for his initials and for his golden touch with a bat — and say he’s destined for the Hall of Fame.

Oscar knows that the men in his life are more interested in the baseball star than in the man, and he’s learned to enjoy the perks of his celebrity while protecting his heart.

Danny won’t ask for more —

Buried by his late mother’s medical expenses, Danny Sawyer foregoes college and takes every job he can get just to keep his head above water. When he opens his home to friends in need, the makeshift family they create gives him everything he could ask for: people to love.

Danny is determined to give the people he cares about what they need. Taking care of others makes him happy. It’s never occurred to him to want something for himself.

Some things are meant to be —

From the moment they meet, Oscar and Danny are pulled toward each other. Oscar has been hurt, and his feelings scare him. Danny has never looked at a man, and his attraction surprises him.

They each have their reasons for not believing, but in the aftermath of violence, if they can learn to trust — and are brave enough to risk their hearts — these two men who aren’t looking will find the very thing they need… love.

Engaged To Win

Aubrey Cullens

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Can he fix the biggest mistake of his life?

Dillon Cross is the anti-politician: honest, idealistic, and a true public servant. But he's got one huge blot on his conscience.

Matt Mitchell.

Dill thought he was straight until he met Matt in college. On the verge of coming out just as he launched his political career, Dill was pushed into the closet by his father. Persuaded that an openly gay politician could never win, he sacrificed love--and Matt--and married a woman.

Now, years later, he's single again after losing his wife ... and a chance encounter with Matt turns both their worlds upside down.

Dill has never stopped loving the openly-gay screenwriter, and this time he's not willing to give him up. He'll do anything to keep him close--even risk tarnishing his squeaky-clean image.

Matt has never forgiven Dill for walking away. He can't deny his feelings, but trust is another matter.

Can two good-hearted men survive gossip, scandal, scheming exes, and political machinations to win their second chance at love?

(Engaged To Win is a standalone m/m contemporary gay romance of approximately 55,000 words containing profanity, mature adult content, two men who deserve a second chance at love, and a happily ever after ending.)

Someday (The Delicious Series Book 1)

Sierra Riley

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“When you’re around, you’re all I can see”

“Someday, my prince will come.”

Danny is an artist, and he has the best job in the world. He gets to create beautiful things at the bakery his best friend owns. The only thing that would make life better is finding his own personal Prince Charming, but despite a life-long addiction to happily-ever-after, he doesn’t really hold out much hope for that. He’d rather be alone than compromise who he is for men who are only interested if he tones down his flamboyant personality.

“Someday, I’ll find a better life."

Mace learned to protect himself while growing up in a harsh foster care system. Serving an unjust prison sentence taught him even more valuable life lessons. Don’t let your feelings show. Trusting people only gets you hurt. It’s okay to want things, but don’t expect to hold onto them. Now that he’s out, Mace keeps to himself, quietly enjoying the work he’s found caring for beautiful things while he saves for a better life. Even if he has no idea what that will actually look like.

“It’s you. My better life is you."

When Danny bursts into Mace’s life, the beautiful man has him questioning everything life has taught him, from his sexuality to the wisdom of trusting someone with his heart. Danny makes him want things he’s not sure he believes in, and when a series of local robberies lead to his arrest, his faith in what’s possible is put to the test.

Someday is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers.

Becoming Brad's

Aubrey Cullens

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Brad doesn’t believe it’s really out there —

On the surface, Brad is a successful general contractor who has it all together. Inside his restless heart, though, something is missing. At 32, he’s getting tired of hooking up for no-strings sex, but the men he’s attracted to just aren’t interested in anything more.

Resigned to the fact that “more” may not be in the cards for him, Brad is shocked when he finds exactly what he’s looking for… with someone he can never have.

Justin is too young. Too straight. Too tempting.  Everything Brad should stay away from… but exactly what he can’t resist.

Justin doesn’t believe he has it in him —

Despite his best intentions, Justin knows he’s a screw up.  His sister, Hannah, has loyally picked up the pieces of his out-of-control life ever since their parents died, but his effort to repay her while she’s on her honeymoon ends up backfiring — big time.

He was supposed to feed her dog, not throw a party.  He certainly never meant to trash the place. Hannah’s apartment was just too quiet.  Too empty.  And Justin can’t stand being alone.

Hungover, hurting, and hopeless the morning after, he has no idea how to fix the epic damage before his sister gets. And then Hannah’s neighbor stops by…

One moment can change everything —

“Just so there’s no misunderstanding: I’m offering to make this mess go away in exchange for sexual favors.”

Brad wants to kick himself for giving in to his attraction and blurting out his outrageous proposal.  What was he thinking?  He knows Justin isn’t gay, and besides, Brad isn’t the type to take advantage of someone who genuinely needs him.

A real relationship could never grow from such an inappropriate beginning… could it?


Sierra Riley

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“I like it when you tell me what to do.”

“Do you know how many artists would kill for reviews like yours?”
Jared Logan became a model child to cope with his father’s perfectionism. His one escape from always doing what he should was painting, where he could be free. Now, at thirty-one, he still keeps his art strictly compartmentalized from “real life”: partnership track at an investment firm, a sterile showcase of a home, and a series of relationships with women he keeps at arm’s length. The studio is his escape, but art isn’t a career. And love? Just not possible for a man like him—one who doesn’t let anyone in to the one place where he feels free.

“You have more in you than you’ve ever let anyone see.”
Between a full class load and his part-time job as a waiter, college student Tristan Evans doesn’t have time for sleep, much less dating. Not that lack of time is his only obstacle; he may have finally gotten tired of being the dorky fat kid and managed to get himself in shape, but changing how he looked on the outside didn’t change who he is on the inside. And who he is—a mess of insecurities and hope and incurable awkwardness—just doesn’t seem to be what anyone is looking for.

“Nothing you like is wrong… not here, not between us."
Tristan is too young, too needy, and very, very male—not at all someone Jared should be attracted to—but when Jared hires him as a ‘life model’ for a series of nudes he’s painting, Jared starts to realize that he doesn’t want to live life always doing what he should anymore… and that giving Tristan what he needs might just set them both free.

Promise is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers. It is set in the same series-world as “Someday,” Danny and Mace’s story, “Delicious,” Gavin and Ben’s story, “Falling,” Jeremy and Nick’s story, “Again,” Cash and Robin’s story, and “Wrecked,” Beck and Liam’s story.


Sierra Riley

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“You’re exactly what I never knew I needed.”

“I don’t have time for love.”
Gavin Campbell has poured everything he has into starting up his bakery, Delicious. Its success has given him a sense of security that was sorely lacking in his childhood, and even if working round-the-clock hasn’t left him any time for a personal life, you can’t have it all, right?

“Maybe I just need something delicious in my life.”
Outgoing, successful, and with an ass to die for, Ben Edwards is everything a girl could want… and yet none of his exes have managed to tie him down. He knows the fault isn’t with them, though. No matter how great the girl, Ben just doesn’t seem wired to fall in love.

“I want to be the one who takes care of you.”
When an accident leaves Gavin unable to work, Ben steps in to help, inviting Gavin into his home, his life and, eventually, into his heart. Despite homophobic relatives, a jealous ex-boyfriend, and more sweet temptation than either man was prepared for, they’ll each discover that just because they didn’t know something was missing, doesn’t mean it can’t still be found.

Delicious is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers. It is set in the same series-world as “Someday,” Danny and Mace’s story, and “Falling,” Jeremy and Nick’s story.

Again (The Delicious Series Book 4)

Sierra Riley

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“If you can’t remember it, was it ever real at all?”

“How do I fall out of love?”

Cash Bennett enlisted in the Marines the day his boyfriend married someone else, but military life failed to numb the pain. After he got out, he relied on casual sex and the adrenaline rush of pushing his limits to distract himself from the inescapable truth: He’d lost his heart the first time he laid eyes on Robbie Logan, and he’s never going to get it back.

“I want a divorce.”

An accident on Robin Logan’s eighteenth birthday changed his life. He lost his memory but gained a best friend, a woman whose dreams were stolen when their lives collided. At the urging of his homophobic father, Robin married her out of guilt. But now he’s free… and not at all sure he’s got the courage to go after what he’s never admitted to wanting. Or whether he even deserves it.

“I love you. I don’t know how to do anything else.”

Robin doesn’t remember what they once were to each other, and Cash can’t forget the way they’d been. Sometimes, though, life gives you a second chance to do it all over again…

Again is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers.


Sierra Riley

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“The best gifts are the ones you didn’t even know you needed.”

“Everyone in the wedding party gets laid. It’s tradition.”
Roger “Beck” Beckworth grew up with a strict, homophobic father who was always changing the rules just to keep Beck on his toes, but now he’s made a well-ordered, predictable life for himself that he’s perfectly happy with. Perfectly. When he finds himself waiting to take his place as a groomsmen at a friend’s wedding, the last thing he expects is that the final attendant—the one who’s running late, a sure sign that the two of them will be like oil and water—will turn out to be the first man he ever loved.

“Surprises are some of my favorite things.”
Liam Hart lives on his boat, free to go wherever the wind blows him. He’s almost allergic to the idea of being tied down to any one place… or any one person. That had been different, once, but loving Roger Beckworth was half a lifetime ago, and the pain of losing him taught Liam a valuable lesson about the risk of trying to hold onto something after its time has passed. Finding him again might just teach Liam something else altogether, though.

“You have to believe. Love will never let you down.”
When fate brings them together again, their differences seem destined to pull them apart… unless Beck can finally learn to let go, and Liam figures out that love really is worth holding onto, no matter what the cost.

Wrecked is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers. It is set in the same series-world as “Someday,” Danny and Mace’s story, “Delicious,” Gavin and Ben’s story, “Falling,” Jeremy and Nick’s story, and “Again,” Cash and Robin’s story.

Falling (The Delicious Series Book 3)

Sierra Riley

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“You’re the best fake boyfriend I ever had.”

“Love exists… in books, at least.”

There’s no way bookstore owner Jeremy Bennett is going to his ten-year class reunion after accidentally drunk-posting on the reunion’s Facebook page and making himself sound a) much more interesting than he actually is, by b) claiming to do the kind of things he actually only reads about, and c) worse, also claiming to have a super hot boyfriend, when in reality, d) his dating history is more like the bastard love child of a trainwreck and a what-not-to-do reality show.

“I’m no good at romance.”

When one of Nick Roberts’ personal training clients mistakes him for the boyfriend of a new gym member, Nick decides to play along on a whim. After all, he can’t let the guy die from embarrassment, and besides, even though Nick isn’t gay, he has a feeling that the story behind the mistaken identity might prove to be the most fun he’s had since moving to Tulsa.

“I went from faking it to feeling it. Don’t tell me this isn’t real.”

Falling for your fake boyfriend is a guaranteed dating fail. Unless the stars align…

Falling is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers.