Length: Novel | Genre: Contemporary
Available in e-book & print
On the cusp of his twenty-fifth birthday, Bo Sanford grows frustrated with his directionless life. Slaving away at his father’s construction company all week and partying every weekend leaves him little time for introspection, but he knows it’s time for a change. When his best friend, Mac, drags him to a college party, Bo catches sight of a girl. But not just any girl—the girl of his dreams: a delicate blonde-haired beauty with a pink scarf and a smile that promises warmth and humor. There’s just one problem: she isn’t a girl.
Even after Bo discovers the truth, he keeps seeing Erick, and the choice to follow his heart despite the obstacles has profound repercussions on not only his sense of self but his relationship with his family and even his job. Being with Erick makes him all the more determined to be his own man and claw his way out from under his father’s thumb.
But Erick faces choices of his own: the choice to get involved with someone redefining his sexuality, the choice to trust again, and even the choice to believe love can last beyond the temporary.
Venetian Masks by Kim Fielding
Length: Novel | Genre: Mystery/Suspense
Jeff Dawkins’s last partner left him with a mortgage he can’t afford and nonrefundable tickets for a month’s vacation in
Europe. Despite a reluctance to travel, Jeff
decides to go on the trip anyway. After all, he’s already paid for it. He packs
a Kindle loaded with gay romance novels and arrives in full of trepidation.
There he meets the handsome and charming expat Cleve Prieto, who offers to
serve as his tour guide. Jeff has serious misgivings—he wasn’t born yesterday,
and something about Cleve doesn’t sit right—but anything is better than
wandering the canals alone. With Cleve’s help, Jeff falls in love with Venice and begins to reconcile
with his past. For the first time, Jeff finds himself developing strong
feelings for someone else. But he can’t be sure who that person is because
Cleve’s background remains a mystery embroidered with lies. Venice
Then a dark figure from Cleve’s past appears, and Jeff must choose whether to let Cleve flee alone or to join him on a desperate run through central
Europe. Maybe Jeff will
finally be able to see behind Cleve’s masks—if he survives the journey.
Snow on the Roof Anthology
Length: Novel | Genre: Contemporary, Anthologies
"Just because there's snow on the roof, doesn't mean the fire's gone out in the furnace." There's something to be said for maturity and experience, and in all of these relationships, at least one of the lovers is over forty. Whether it's a May/December romance, a second chance at love, or finding a soul mate later in life, these stories prove that it's never too late for love.
Nachos on Saturday by J. Leigh Bailey
Queening Out by Mari Donne
Granddad's Cup of Tea by Amy Rae Durreson
The Way to a Fisherman's Heart by Tray Ellis
Ivory Black, Flecked with White by Laylah Hunter
Loving Again by John Inman
Full Circle by Rhidian Brenig Jones
Straight Shooting by Maggie Lee
Hero Worship by Sam C. Leonhard
Curtain Calls by Pinkie Rae Parker
The Bodyguard's Dilemma by Chris Scully
Picture This by Dottie Stratton & Linda James
Hunting Season by AC Valentine
Waiting for the Light by Layla M. Wier
Book Fair by Michael Murphy
Length: Novel | Genre: Contemporary
Jacob's time working a booth for a gay lit publisher at a huge
book convention isn't
turning out like he hoped. One of the publisher's boxes goes missing, and when
he finds it, the box is wrapped up in union red tape. Then he gets into a nasty
debate with Toni, a hunk Jacob would rather stare at than argue with. New York City
Maybe his first day at the book fair couldn’t get worse, but it certainly gets weirder when, after an hour-long snarling match, Toni offers Jacob a ride to his hotel. Jacob accepts, but his day does not improve—the ride is nothing but awkward silence.
Over the rest of the week, Jacob’s life disintegrates, and Toni’s repeated offers to drive him to his hotel become bright spots. Silence turns to civility turns to friendship, and though Jacob hopes for more, work keeps the two of them from spending much time together. Finally Jacob is free of obligations—but suddenly he can't find Toni anywhere, and Jacob’s time in
is coming to a close. New York
Beloved Enemy by Star Noble
Length: Novella | Genre: Timeless Dream, Historical –
At the edge of the
Roman Empire, Cheruscans Kjeld and Dafried
forged the bonds of childhood friendship, playing and hunting together along
the mighty Rhine—until Romans ripped Kjeld away from his idyllic life and best friend to
live as a Roman soldier.
That was ten years ago. Kjeld, now a Roman general, returns to his foster parents to prepare for a glorious celebration: a battle in the Coliseum. What he doesn’t know is that Dafried, after being captured during an assault on Roman military post, now trains as a gladiator in preparation for the upcoming competition. When the childhood friends reunite in the sands, it could spell death for one of them.
A Timeless Dreams title: While reaction to same-sex relationships throughout time and across cultures has not always been positive, these stories celebrate M/M love in a manner that may address, minimize, or ignore historical stigma.
The Vampyre's Revenge by Tracy Rowan
Length: Novella | Genre: Vampires
Podgy fanboy Frank Vogel lives a dead-end life. He’s addicted to pop culture, Internet porn, and fantasies about Rebecca Hansen, a Buffy-like cheerleader from his high school days, but he yearns for something more. When he finds out Mrs. Carlson, his sweet, elderly landlady, is a vampire, a whole new world opens up to him. Blinded by dreams of sexy, mysterious vampires, Frank begs Mrs. Carlson to turn him. Against her better judgment, she does.
Unfortunately, Frank's life doesn't seem much different afterward. Then he runs into his unwitting nemesis, Will Chase--former high-school football team captain, former boyfriend to Rebecca--and makes gleeful plans to destroy him... until he discovers that he and Will have a lot in common.
The Best by Tinnean
Length: Novella | Genre: Contemporary
Ransom Burke, the handsome, wealthy, gay CEO of Burke, Burke, and Hammett, has implemented a strict no-fraternization rule for his firm. And with good reason—his father's profligate ways almost destroyed the family company. Ransom’s new policy works well until he comes into the office one day and sees Parrish Rutledge, his new executive secretary. Ransom finds Parrish extremely attractive but fights his feelings. If he takes Parrish as a lover, he'll have to fire him.
Parrish has been alone since he was sixteen, having been tossed out by his older brother. He dreams of his boss but knows nothing can ever come of it. Then an office party becomes their undoing and they give in to their passion. As expected, Ransom offers Parrish a choice: stay and ignore what happened or leave the job and return to college. Neither option is even remotely appealing. If only Parrish could persuade Ransom there's a third possibility….
Honeymoon Cottage by Matt Brooks
Length: Novel | Genre: Historical -
It’s 1962, and Dale Parker has been on his own for two years, ever since his small-town family disowned him on the suspicion of homosexuality. He works as a waiter in a
Southern California coastal restaurant, but his life is going nowhere
fast: he has no real education and has never had a real relationship. So when
he finds himself falling in love with Rey Durán, one of his customers, he knows
he’s in over his head.
Rey is nearly twice Dale’s age and a descendant of one of the original Spanish land grant families in
. He’s had plenty of
disappointments in love, and that’s what he’s come to expect. He loves Dale,
but Dale is a young, poor, uneducated Anglo—how can their differences be
anything but insurmountable? California
Determined to overcome the obstacles and prove himself to Rey, Dale sets out to finish his education and settle down. He wins over Rey’s family, starts learning Spanish, and adopts a culture vastly different from his own. But as Dale matures, Rey becomes less sure of his own commitment—which could lead to the heartbreak he’s been expecting all along.
Tell Me It's Real by TJ Klune
Length: Novel | Genre: Contemporary
Do you believe in love at first sight?
Paul Auster doesn't. Paul doesn't believe in much at all. He’s thirty, slightly overweight, and his best features are his acerbic wit and the color commentary he provides as life passes him by. His closest friends are a two-legged dog named Wheels and a quasibipolar drag queen named Helena Handbasket. He works a dead-end job in a soul-sucking cubicle, and if his grandmother's homophobic parrot insults him one more time, Paul is going to wring its stupid neck.
Enter Vince Taylor.
Vince is everything Paul isn’t: sexy, confident, and dumber than the proverbial box of rocks. And for some reason, Vince pursues Paul relentlessly. Vince must be messing with him, because there is no way Vince could want someone like Paul.
But when Paul hits Vince with his car—in a completely unintentional if-he-died-it'd-only-be-manslaughter kind of way—he's forced to see Vince in a whole new light. The only thing stopping Paul from believing in Vince is himself—and that is one obstacle Paul can’t quite seem to overcome. But when tragedy strikes Vince's family, Paul must put aside any notions he has about himself and stand next to the man who thinks he's perfect the way he is.
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You Belong With Me by Jeff Erno
Length: Novel | Genre: Young Adult
High school junior Wesley Harris is a stereotypical shy, soft-spoken nerd. He is obsessed with crafts and art and doesn’t even need to come out of the closet to become the target of antigay bullying. Though he has the support of close friends and liberal-minded mother, he finds it hard to believe in himself.
Brad Johnson, Wesley’s new neighbor, is Wesley’s age—and his complete opposite. A popular jock and hero of the school’s baseball team, Brad has an outgoing personality and a reputation as a ladies’ man. When he and Wesley are alone, away from their classmates’ scrutiny, they become friends despite their differences. But when Wesley confesses to wanting more than friendship, Brad walks away, unwilling to risk their romance being exposed.
Though devastated, Wesley resigns himself to accept that they were never meant to be. The next time he runs afoul of bullies, school counseling empowers him to report them. Encouraged by his new confidence, he decides to attend the school dance and face Brad….