December 23rd, 2011

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LGBT Ebook and Print Releases December, 2011

"A Strange Sort of Being": The Transgender Life of Lucy Ann / Joseph Israel Lobdell, 1829-1912 by Bambi L. Lobdell
10 Hot Stories By: Nathan J Morissey (Bitten Peach Press)
2011 Advent Calendar Full Set - I'll Be Home for Christmas (Dreamspinner Press)
30 Day Notice: The Eviction Chronicles (Volume 1) by Kai Mann
6 Sins By: B.J. Scott (Beau to Beau Books of Male Love)
98 Wounds by Justin Chin
A Bit of You by Bailey Bradford (Total-e-Bound)
A Christmas Bonus By: EM Lynley (Ravenous Romance)
A Christmas to Remember by Simone Anderson (Total-e-Bound)
A Christmas to Remember By: Savannah Hartley (Silver Publishing)
A Game of Hearts by T.C. Blue (Total-e-Bound)
A Little Light Loving by Berengaria Brown (Torquere Books)
A Man, A Jersey, and a Tight End by A.M. Riley (Loose Id)
A Perfect Target by Winnie Jerome (Torquere Books)
A Plain, Ordinary Cowboy by Jan Irving (Total-e-Bound)
A Very Dirty Dozen By: Hank Edwards (Hank Edwards Books)
A Very Good Year By: Patricia Logan (Rebel Ink Press)
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Excerpt: Desmond and Garrick (Book Two) by Hayden Thorne

Desmond and Garrick 2 by Hayden Thorne
Paperback: 278 pages
Publisher: Prizm (December 14, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1610407350
ISBN-13: 978-1610407359
Amazon: Desmond and Garrick 2
Amazon Kindle: Desmond and Garrick 2

As the vain and self-absorbed poets continue their campaign of destruction via awful verse and catastrophic romantic advice in Dryden Abbey, tutor Garrick finds himself struggling in the classroom, with increasingly distracted and agitated pupils eroding all of his hard work and reducing him to using all things dead and decaying in order to keep Desmond and Lavinia's minds on their lessons. As if that isn't enough, his parents embark on a mad countryside ramble, their ultimate destination being Dryden Abbey and a face-to-face meeting with their son's unholy employers. Meanwhile, with Phillip Priestley's unexpected appearance, Desmond's world slowly unravels as infatuation, lust, confusion, and revulsion drive him into wilder mood swings and an overwhelming desire to play with his father's antique executioner's axe. Mr. Sherbourne's coldly distant yet attractive presence in Dryden Abbey further complicates things, prompting Desmond to do something he never thought he'll ever do: reach out to unlikely allies for help. In the midst of the wild goings on around them, Garrick and Desmond will realize that the chasm that separates them as distinct species will not only teach them important lessons on understanding and acceptance, but also forge a stronger bond of friendship than they expected.

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