Length: Novel (200p.) | Genre: Contemporary | Release Date:
April 22, 2013
Sean Robbins’s life rarely goes according to plan, which leaves him suspicious and determined to make it on his own. But when he learns why he failed to win a coveted internship with
’s leading lawyer,
Coleman West, he soldiers on and takes a lesser position in West’s firm
instead. It won’t stop him from snubbing Mr. West whenever he runs into him.
Never mind that Mr. West is not only brilliant but gorgeous. Sean has his
People assume Coleman West was handed everything he has on a silver platter. Not so—he fought and scraped his way to the top of
’s elite. That hard work
taught him to set high standards for those he chooses to work with… or date. So
when he gets on an elevator and runs into the very man he dismissed as being
beneath him, the instant chemistry surprises him. Chicago
Sean and Coleman could be happy together, but first they must overcome everything that stands in their way: backstabbing, jealousy, and their own pride and prejudices.
Closet Capers Anthology
Length: Novel (282p.) | Genre: Mystery/Suspense, Historical (American) | Release Date:
April 22, 2013
A dash of intrigue keeps any relationship fresh: laughing breathlessly over a little thrill, feeling clingy after a shiver of suspense, mucking through a minor mystery. This anthology offers a dozen light and humorous romantic short stories in which a quickly solved caper may be just the ticket to spice up any romance.
Kitsch Me by Mari Donne
Leveling Up by Jude Dunn
Philip Collyer vs. the Cola Thief by Amy Rae Durreson
A Kiss in the Dark by Eli Easton
Calberg's House Specialty Blend by Skylar Jaye
Small Change by Danni Keane
The Whole Kit and Kaboodle by Ari McKay
Le Beau Soleil by Christopher Hawthorne Moss
Joie de Vivre by Pinkie Rae Parker
Made Good Under Pressure by Maja Rose
Tempest for a Teacup by Andrea Speed
Off Stage: Right by Jaime Samms
Length: Novel (350p.) | Genre: BDSM/Kink, Contemporary | Release Date:
April 22, 2013
Damian Learner and his grunge band, Firefly, are on a meteoric rise to success. If they get the right break, fame awaits. Seeking more professional management, Damian independently strikes a bargain with the best agent in the business, Stanley Krane. Unable to afford the penalty for breaking old contracts, Damian agrees when Stan’s best friend, country and Western megastar Vance Ashcroft, offers to buy him out of his old contract.
Overwhelmed by a crippling loan, secretive guilt,
’s expectations, and a volatile
relationship with Lenny, Firefly’s lead guitarist, Damian disintegrates. Bad
habits of too much sex, booze, and drugs create a rift in the band. Finally
Vance, with his understanding of Dominant/submissive behavior, sees that
submissives Damian and Lenny are falling into chaos, clinging to each other to
try to avoid the inevitable crash. Stanley
When the pressure to perform becomes too much and the unthinkable happens, Damian and Lenny have to decide: accept that they need something they can’t get from each other, or burn out and take Firefly with them. Vance is ready to claim Lenny, but even Stan’s hesitant agreement to give Damian the direction he needs might not be enough for Damian—or the band—if he loses Lenny.
Prelude to War by Maria Albert
Descent of Kings Series,Book One
Length: Novel (380p.) | Genre: High Fantasy |Release Date:
April 22, 2013
Eladar, second son of the Elven King of
, can never atone for
his disastrous initial foray into the Lands of Men, but he yet hopes to make
his family proud. Before his simple mission to meet Prince Talon of the
shattered Riviera is done, he saves lives
and takes them, finds love, and stands to lose all he holds most dear as he
leads Talon’s cousin, Beryl, to sanctuary amongst his people. kingdom of Amontir
Caravan guard Alnas is searching for an unconventional love and thinks he’s found it in Hardred, but he must first overcome the former mariner’s tragic past. Neither man dreams their act of kindness in freeing Master Trader Oberas’s snagged cargo vessel will trigger events that alter the fate of their world.
The destinies and lives of these men and others become inescapably intertwined with that of Rion, son of a minstrel and a City Guard, in a world about to be consumed by war. Their trials and tragedies, mistakes, and triumphs will either save the world or destroy it.
Indie Radio 113.9 Saura Underscore
Length: Novella (80p.) | Genre: Contemporary | Release Date:
Jacob Timber is hopelessly crushing on very private radio personality Ethan Moore—host of the most famous Indie music radio show on London’s 113.9, the Jukebox Hour—but being in love with a voice isn’t much different than being alone. Jacob’s not even sure the man is gay.
Jacob is so infatuated that all he wants for his birthday is to meet his crush in person—and he gets his wish. With Ethan and Jacob, it’s love at first sight.
But do dreams really come true? Despite how he feels in Ethan’s arms, Jacob doubts it. He knows he’ll never be happy with a man who pretends to love him, only to bring his true girlfriend to public events.
Magnetism by Talia Carmichael
A Something in Common Novella
Length: Novella (201p.) | Genre: Contemporary | Release Date:
Taggart Monroe wants to know what makes Rhodes Winslow tick.
Rhodes finds the friendly barbs he and
Taggart exchange intriguing, fun, and sexy. He wants Taggart and knows Taggart
wants him even though he won’t admit it. Taggart studies people the way he
studies the details of his cases, so he’s drawn to a man who is an enigma.
Getting to know Rhodes is an adventure Taggart can’t resist, just like the magnetism between
Organic Chemistry by Andrew Grey
Length: Novella (134p.) | Genre: Contemporary | Release Date:
Brendon Marcus lives for his work. A boy genius who fast-tracked his way to college professor by his early twenties, he doesn’t know any other way to be. People confound him. So when Josh Horton, the assistant football coach, pursues him, Brendon isn’t sure what to make of him.
Josh has his own problems. His successful parents aren’t particularly happy with his career path, and some of the players don’t like having a gay assistant coach. He begins to have doubts, but Brendon makes the world look a little brighter.
But when Brendon’s department head starts to make trouble, Josh and Brendon discover that standing up for each other is the first step to standing up for themselves.
Racing for the Sun by Amy Lane
Length: Novel (260p.) | Genre: Contemporary |Release Date:
"I'll do anything."
Staff Sergeant Jasper "Ace" Atchison takes one look at Private Sonny Daye and knows that every word on paper about him is pure, unadulterated bullshit. But Sonny is desperate, and although Ace isn't going to take him up on his offer of "anything," that doesn't mean he isn't tempted.
Instead, Ace takes Sonny under his wing, protecting him when they're in the service and making plans with him when they get out. Together, they're going to own a garage and build race cars and make their fortune hurtling faster than light across the desert. Together, they're going to rewrite the past, make Sonny Daye a whole and happy person, and put the ghosts in Ace's heart to rest.
But not even Sonny can build a car fast enough to escape the ghosts of the past. When Sonny's ghosts drive them down and run their plans off the road, Ace finds out exactly what he's made of. Maybe Sonny was the one to promise Ace anything, but there is nothing under the sun Ace won't do to keep Sonny safe from harm.
The Unforgiving Minute by Sarah Granger
Length: Novel (236p.) | Genre: Contemporary | Release Date:
Ryan Betancourt has got it made: he’s reached the top tier of the tennis world thanks to a wild-card entry to the US Open. Ryan is meeting players he has idolized for years, including his teenage crush, Josh Andrews. But he isn’t ready for the politics and manipulation that come with life at the top.
Josh Andrews is closeted, private, and difficult to get to know. He’s been playing tennis since he could walk, won his first tournament at five, and was sent to
at thirteen to attend a tennis academy. Before a
knee injury forced him into a year off, he was ranked the number one player in
the world. Now he’s back—and intent on winning. Spain
Josh and Ryan first meet at a tournament in
. Ryan excitedly greets Josh only to be ignored.
Crushed, he realizes the golden boy of tennis isn't all he seems. Only in the
team-building environment of training for the Davis Cup does Josh open up
enough for them to grow closer. Their developing relationship is everything
Ryan ever wanted, and he is blissfully happy. But inevitably they have to play
against each other, and everything changes. Brisbane