Heroes at Home

This completed series follows four friends and veterans as they navigate life as civilians, and find love along the way. 


***Please note that book 1, Battle to Belong, is available for free on Prolific Works and is novella length. The other three books are available on Amazon and Audible.



I’ve been lost, but he makes me feel like home - Keaton (Doc)

Twenty years ago, I left home a bright-eyed teenager eager to serve my country as an army medic. Now I’m back and I’m not sure where I fit in.

Being gone for so long has created a divide between my past and my present, and I find myself struggling. I made it home, but home isn’t the same place it used to be, and I’m not the same man I was when I left.

When I reconnect with an old friend from high school, hope flares up in me. Tanner and I haven’t had much contact over the years, but getting to know him again is rejuvenating. We might have only been friends in the past, but there’s something between us that’s impossible to ignore.

Can Tanner help me find my footing as a civilian? And have I finally found where I belong…with him?


***This is friends to lovers, opposites attract, hurt/comfort novella features a retired army medic struggling to find his way, a a doggy day care owner from his past, a found family, some four legged friends, and all the feels. It is the prequel to the Heroes at Home series, but can be read as a standalone



"I’ve always been interested in women, so why can’t I stop thinking about Tyler?" - Gage


Buying a house was supposed to be a good investment. Too bad I bit off more than I can chew. Between my job at the bank and my utter lack of home improvement skills, I’m in way over my head. Then a friend suggests I hire a handyman. Enter Tyler.

Tyler is down on his luck after a recent divorce, and we strike a deal that he fixes my house while I give him room and board as part of his pay. He’s the perfect roommate, amazing at his job, and he quickly becomes one of my closest friends. But there’s something there, something I’ve never felt for another man before.

Tyler and I both thought we were straight, but that doesn’t stop the attraction that grows between us. Is it possible I found the person who could finally show me what love is?

***This is double bi-awakening, opposites attract, hurt/comfort story features a former soldier with trust issues, a divorced handyman looking for a connection, a found family, and accidental feels. It is Book 1 in the Heroes at Home series, but can be read as a standalone.



I know who I am and what I want, but Jordan makes me question everything. - Luke

My life is as predictable as it comes. I go to work at my security job, I hang out with my friends, and I spend my free time alone. I don’t want or need anyone or anything else.

Then I’m assigned a night contract with Jordan, who’s my complete opposite, and my world is flipped upside down.

Jordan is friendly, outgoing, and nothing like the men I’m usually attracted to. He’s also big, confident, and can turn me to putty with just his words. I don’t know who I am when I’m with him, and while he makes me feel better than anyone ever has, I’m not sure I’m ready to let someone else take control.

I like Jordan, and I trust him, but is that enough for me to give in and let him take care of me?

***This opposites attract, grumpy/sunshine, hurt/comfort story features a jaded former soldier turned security guard, his friendly and dominant co-worker, a found family, and accidental feels. It is Book 2 in the Heroes at Home series, but can be read as a standalone.



I’ve been hiding who I am for so long I’ve forgotten what it’s like to be myself. - Hunter (Sarge)

Two years ago, I retired from the army and started my life as a civilian. I have a job I love, friends who are my family, and more secrets than I can count. I might not be a soldier anymore, but I can’t seem to let the past go. It haunts me, and has made it impossible for me to truly be who I am.

Then Shane is hired by my company and we're teamed up to work on a project. He’s young, handsome, and he has a knack for making me forget who I’m supposed to be. I’ve never let anyone see my true desires, but Shane makes me want to let go and finally let someone in. To let him take care of me the way I’ve always craved.

As much as I want to fight it, I can’t say no when he shows me who’s boss.

*** This opposites attract, grumpy/sunshine, hurt/comfort story features a retired soldier suffering from PTSD, his sweet but firm younger co-worker, an age gap, a size difference, a found family, and all the feels. It is Book 3 in the Heroes at Home series but can be read as a standalone.