And Cal is tired of the secrets and lies.
He came out as bisexual years ago, but his parents dismissed it as a phase. They don’t know he dated men. But his boyfriend, Philip, is on his way to celebrate the holidays with them.
This is the perfect moment. The whole family is in one place. And Philip has been very patient. Cal dreams of a kiss to ring in the New Year, but he’s not sure how everyone will react to his coming out.
What will make Cal step out of the closet for good?
Feathers from the Sky is a MM Romance novella about coming out again after everyone assumes being bisexual is just a phase, so they promptly forget. It’s packed with heartwarming holiday fun and games, returning home, opposites attract, and a whole lot more.More info →
He says he’s happy with the way things are, but he longs for a deeper commitment with Toby. So spending Christmas Eve at his sister’s wedding is the last thing on his wish list.
At the ceremony he sees everything he’s dreamed of. It makes him ache for even more, but he knows Toby is allergic to marriage. If he keeps living the status quo, he’ll be lying to the man he loves. But if he admits he wants it all, he risks losing Toby entirely.
He needs a Christmas miracle. Is it too late?
Analog to Digital is a heartwarming holiday MM romance novella about long-term lovers afraid to commit. These opposites-attract men take denial to the next level.More info →
Feathers From the Sky & Analog to Digital are printed in All I Want.
But Sebastian would rather be homeless and hungry than clueless.
On his way to the food pantry, a guy on his cell phone runs into him and triggers his prickly side. As a sign of goodwill, Louis offers to cook for him. But all Sebastian sees is the privilege he used to have.
This isn’t a fairytale. Louis isn’t Prince Charming. And Sebastian can make it on his own.
But it’s been days since he’s had a hot meal. And a blizzard is coming.
Will Sebastian’s pride be his appetizer?
Socks for an Otter is a heartwarming riches-to-rags MM romance brewed with hurt/comfort, comedy, a second chance at love, age gap, millionaires, and men from different worlds who will give you all the feels.More info →
I wanted to live in their world because through all the bad, they persevered and found the good, and it really is a series about the power of love. Outstanding series! One of the best by far.
I’m in love with this series, these characters, and will miss all their adventures together. This whole series is a very worthwhile read, and a welcome addition to my permanent collection shelf!
It’s a lovely uplifting short story, with realistic main characters who gained my sympathy and affection. Ethan’s family members are super too.
Feathers From the Sky is a fabulous story of love and acceptance. It’s a short and sweet, heartwarming and feel-good Christmas read.
I loved this story, how transparent the characters were, and how real the tent city became for me. I recommend this to anyone who could use a smile and perhaps some inspiration of their own.
This is how every romance should be, real, true, filled with feelings and emotions so powerful I was often left breathless.
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.
A sweet story with some very romantic moments that are also smoking hot.
This is a hot, hot short with a great backbone…
It is a really cute little story that will rock your world. I always did love surprises and little twists to my stories. Posy worked it perfectly and I can say that this was one of my favorite Christmas stories to date.
I highly recommend this story to fans of quiet, stoic men with poetic hearts and lovers of stories with happy endings.
…this is a story about two people two needed each other building a life together through their ups and downs. It was tender and softly emotional rather than being a wild ride.
I really loved this book and it gave me all the warm feels that I wanted. Louis and Sebastian are sweet and sexy together and the story has a really nice message without being saccharin. I am so glad I picked up this story and can definitely recommend it.
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!
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.
Flare is the perfect ending to Posy Roberts’ North Star Trilogy, as it will leave you enchanted with the way things wrap up in the end. I am thrilled that Posy re-released this series!
[Beck’s] pain palpated from the pages. My tummy was tight and my eyes were wet as I read. It was so….real.
Their sexual chemistry pops and sizzles…
Fall into you is a beautifully told romance filled with the many ups and downs of keeping a relationship together once the newness has worn off. I really enjoyed every minute of this book, and recommend it to those who love a realistically written read.
This is another one that I fully intend to keep on my kindle to read time and time again.
I was both excited and a little sad to read this conclusion to Posy Robert’s North Star Trilogy. I have lived through so much with the characters that have become like a fictional family.
Analog to Digital is a guaranteed smile-inducing holiday read.
This book was not what I expected at all, in the best possible way. I feared a book filled with angst and despair but got a story about determination and hope.
This series is fantastic, and I fell head over heels for these characters – Hugo especially. Flare is the final installment in the trilogy, and Posy Roberts couldn’t have done a better job with this ending.
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!
I love how the characters in this trilogy have evolved over the span of two novels.
It’s hot, cute and actually quite romantic, as what starts out as just a sex lead thong-a-thon between these two hot guys, turns out, over time, to be quite a sweet romance that ends with a pantytastic HEA.
This book fit its title so perfectly—it was fresh, organic, unique, just a delight to read. I’d be hard pressed to say what I loved most about it–the setting, the characters, the writing…
Sweet, enjoyable, hot and pleasurable. This was a lovely Sunday morning read.
You know that warm, tingly feeling you get when Christmas is near? You feel so light and there’s something different in the air you breathe? Well, this short story felt exactly like that for me.
I highly recommend reading all the books in the series, and I applaud Posy Roberts again for creating these subtle stories full of interesting, lovable characters and authentic, relatable life events.
This was a book about living. Posy has a knack of writing rip your heart out stories. She mends them and put them back, don’t worry. But getting through this book with dry eyes is not possible! Beautiful, angsty book!
…feelings of hope and of loss and so much uncertainty, but they do eventually find their way.
The author captures the feel of a noisy, active family, close-knit and loving, all up against each other for the holiday get-together.
All our favorite characters have some MAJOR “soul” development here.
Picked Fresh is a tremendously gratifying story that shows extensive character growth and development, giving us a much deeper look into not just Hudson and Jude
Clearly [Posy] is talented and able to create characters we want to take into our hearts and love forever!
The characters are very complex, and the family dynamic is so rich and fantastic. Feathers From The Sky is a gem; a really lovely holiday story.
…this story is so beautifully written, with such amazing characters, that it is hard to put down!
We need more books like this. Ones that show body and sex-positive people in a way that will make you rethink any preconceived notions you might have.
These guys have great chemistry and make a wonderful couple.
Fusion brings us into the building stage of the relationship and as in real life, this is not always smooth and definitely not always easy. […] I enjoy the way the author gives voice to her characters, allows us to travel along with them as their lives change and experience their great joys as well as heartaches.
This book is fabulous. The characters are fantastic. The storytelling is sublime. There isn’t anything about it that’s too much, or too little. It’s just…wonderful.
This book is about one of the greatest losses that we may encounter. The loss of ourselves, of our identity, but it is also a book about hope and second chances. It is a book full of hope and optimism. Read it because it’s worth it.
A beautiful, deeply moving tale of people joining together to help ease the pain of ravaging life events. In doing so, they break the traditional views of what constitutes a “family” and become shining examples of love and acceptance. I highly recommend both books in the North Star series, and I look forward to reading the next installment with great anticipation!
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.
Andrew conquered my heart. I feel like I know him well, the same way as I know a friend.
Please do yourself a favor and dive into this series immediately, as the journey is emotional, riveting and awe-inspiring.
You will laugh, you will cry and you will feel every emotion that these characters feel and you will come on the other side all the better for it!!
A very charming feel-good love story about finding your true self and getting a second chance at love.
Just like the first story, I could picture myself right there in the rainbow bus on the road with Jude and Hudson.
I am sad to see this series end. But, Posy Roberts ended it absolutely exquisitely. Radiantly Recommended.
Feathers From The Sky is a great holiday short story. The love in that small house with so many people crammed inside was obvious.
…this story is so beautifully written, with such amazing characters, that it is hard to put down!
Full of feelings and emotional scenes and characters that will stay with you for a long time.
This was a wonderful story about healing and recovery, finding love and someone that believes and understands what the other is going through.
I loved this!!! For a second installment, despite the heavy topic and the pain and the drama that ensued, this book was as close to perfection for me as possible.
This story is like taking a refreshing breath. It was beautifully written with very well liked characters. Bringing back the commune era, it brings us to what is happening with our planet right at this day and age, […] It brings back the long lost idea of Peace, Love, and Freedom. Totally refreshing!
If you’re looking for something deeper, something special and something truly passionate…grab this book!
This is a fantastically gripping finale to a wonderful series. This book really did have it all
I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to read a story that will leave you with a smile on your face.
The writing is brilliant, as is the plot, and the characters just jump off the page and straight into your heart!
I’ve been waiting for this book since I read Fusion. It was worth the wait!!
This was cuteness and drama poured into a sweet comedy of errors crust, baked to perfection by crispy-fresh writing. A real holiday treat!
Wow, I am thoroughly impressed with this book. Posy Roberts definitely brings the emotions out of you.
This is truly an outstanding story. I carried my Kindle everywhere with me…. All day. I refused to do anything until I finished.
Farm Fresh is gorgeous, and the emotional impact will leave you gasping and aching for more.
Beautifully written, poignant, emotional, and sexy. It was not as ‘light’ as Spark – which it obviously couldn’t be, due to the subject matter – but, was every bit as enjoyable.
Beck’s grieving process was pretty much spot on […] and the realism in Robert’s writing really impressed me.
They give a full picture of the history, with a ton of sweet moments and even a bit of heartache and angst, but explain the connection between the men. This allowed me to really feel as if I knew them, and made me cheer for them to find their way to a life together, despite the many obstacles they have to face.
A great book to take to the beach or curl up in your favorite chair this fall.
This was a fantastic hurt/comfort story, emotional, sweet, angsty, hot, with awesome main and secondary characters and a very strong plot that I’m sure will remain with me for a long time.
This book was a really good read full of free love and hot sex. I honestly can’t say that I have ever read a book like it before and now I cannot wait to read the next in the series!
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.
I immediately fell in love with the two characters in this touching, romantic story and can’t wait to read the rest of the books in the North Star series.
Fall Into You has put Posy Roberts on my list of authors to watch for. Not only did she tell a story that was sexy and dramatic and romantic, but it was also touching and immensely readable.
This is not your usual romantic story. It goes way beyond that. I had the impression I was there, in the book, living in alongside Gil and Keith. They felt so real, their story felt real and I’m sure that, for someone out there, this is not a story at all.
A great example to show that just because a character isn’t perfect, doesn’t mean they can’t find love and acceptance.
Set aside some time to read this because it will suck you in and you won’t be able to put it down. Posy Roberts will take you on a spectacular journey of love and discovery.
[Hugo] could have walked away. He could have simplified his life, focused on himself and his career, and saved a ton of awkwardness, heartache, and strain. But he quickly becomes my favorite character because he does not… I’ve got tears on the edge of my eyelashes as I type that comment, but it is so true.
One of the things that really got to me about this book is that it doesn’t glamourize homelessness. Nor does it gloss it over. We get what I think is a realistic look at homelessness, especially when it comes to being a single, gay man.
This series is fantastic, and I fell head over heels for these characters – Hugo especially.