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Lonely Hearts

✪ a novella bundle ✪

Stoic men, who believe they’re happy alone, find the world turned upside down when their perfect someone stumbles across their path. In four novellas, eight men encounter unique struggles on their way to their well-deserved happily ever afters.

Marc joins the Lonely Hearts chat room where men support men on their way to finding true love. He wants to believe that kind of love is possible for him, but his once-burned heart stops him from going all-in with anyone.

The chat group’s philosophy is, “Figure out how you keep screwing up your happily ever after. Once you know, you’re more likely to find the true thing.”

Skeptical as he is, Marc logs in and meets men in various degrees of getting there. At least he’s not alone. Luther truly loves his single life on the Bakken oil fields. William’s not sure he’ll ever measure up, let alone find someone he can be himself around. And Andrew still pines for a guy he hooked up with on a reenactment battlefield before he got blown up on a real one.

One by one they start dropping like flies. Flies drunk on love. And sooner than he expects, Marc’s luck starts changing thanks to these new friends.

Walk alongside these men as they find the men of their dreams and discover their happily ever afters.

396 pages   |   8-9 hours   |   101K words

blue-collar, reluctant lovers, rural, bisexual, meet-cute, fated lovers, love triangle, Halloween, white-collar, opposites attract, multicultural, coming out, second chance, first time, disability romance, meant to be, military, artist, world traveler, coming of age, pen pals, lone wolf, alpha male


Sizzles

Their sexual chemistry pops and sizzles…

Gay Book Reviews

Amazingly sweet and full of details

I highly recommend this story to fans of quiet, stoic men with poetic hearts and lovers of stories with happy endings.

Morgan
Open Skye Book Reviews

Conquered my heart

Andrew conquered my heart. I feel like I know him well, the same way as I know a friend.

Stella
Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

Hot barely covers it

Posy Roberts always effortlessly draws me into her stories. Her characters tend to be charming and fascinating, her descriptions are vivid and the dialogue sparkles. And when it comes to the sexy times…hot barely covers it.

Helena
The Way She Reads

Packs a big emotional punch

Posy creates two simple, real, down-to-earth men who need each other more than they realize, and the relationship between them is really fantastic.

El
Just Love - Queer Lit Reviews

Strongly recommended

These guys have great chemistry and make a wonderful couple.

Wendy
Rainbow Gold Reviews

A feel good read with a lot of substance

I just adored this book. I really liked the characters, I found them so believable and loved watching their relationship develop. It’s not a long book, but it packs a heck of a punch. I highly recommend!

Avery Duran

Feel-good

A very charming feel-good love story about finding your true self and getting a second chance at love.

Tanja
Goodreads

This was such an insightful read!

I have to say that Momo: My Everything is my favorite (so far) and the one I do consider the author at her best. I’m giving this novella five stars.

Just Jen
Dog-Eared Daydreams

Wonderful!

William and Nate – opposites attract is the perfect saying in this case. William relaxes his strict lines between his work and personal persona’s as he spends more time with Nate (Momo) allowing the relationship to blossom and deepen.

Sharing the Book Love
Amazon

I loved their story

…feelings of hope and of loss and so much uncertainty, but they do eventually find their way.

Jewel
My Fiction Nook

A charming and satisfying read

Clearly [Posy] is talented and able to create characters we want to take into our hearts and love forever!

Kirsty Bicknell
Divine Magazine

A softer love story

Sweet, enjoyable, hot and pleasurable. This was a lovely Sunday morning read.

Belen
Gay Book Reviews

Electric chemistry

Cas and Marc’s chemistry is electric. If you are a reader who is a fan of hot man-on-man action, Stroke of Luck is worth reading just for the window scene!

Kirsty
Joyfully Jay

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