July 28th, 2013

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2013 Rainbow Awards Submission: P.J. Trebelhorn - Trusting Tomorrow

Trusting Tomorrow by PJ Trebelhorn
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (August 20, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1602828911
ISBN-13: 978-1602828919
Amazon: Trusting Tomorrow

Logan Swift has spent her life at her father’s side learning the family business—Swift Funeral Home. She’s seen how the death of a loved one affects the people left behind and has promised herself she’ll never experience that kind of pain. But being alone isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Brooke Collier believes she’s responsible for her relationship failures. After a particularly bad breakup, she moves in with her aged grandparents in order to care for them. The last thing she expects—or wants—is the attraction she has to her new next-door neighbor, Logan Swift.

As Logan and Brooke find themselves growing closer with each passing day, Logan realizes that trusting in tomorrow isn’t always easy when you deal with death for a living…

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2013 Rainbow Awards Submission: Ciaran Dwynvil - In Blue Poppy Fields

In Blue Poppy Fields (Guardian Demon) by Ciaran Dwynvil
Publisher: Ciaran Dwynvil; 1 edition (March 19, 2013)
Amazon Kindle: In Blue Poppy Fields (Guardian Demon)

"Let a real life dominant tell you an electrifying story of dominance and submission."

This irresistible gay erotic paranormal fantasy belongs to Guardian Demon Series that will hold you prisoner to unforgettable stories of life, love and lust set amid a fascinating fantasy world. Unique storytelling will captivate you by vivid imagery, narratives told from multiple points of view and explorations of the darker side of D/s theme where safe words aren't used.

A victim to another man's cruelty, talented and beautiful theater actor Adhemar Lebeau learned not to trust and not to love anybody but himself. Falsely accused of his master's murder, he has to accept assistance of mysterious Count Sanyi Arany to later discover his savior is a vampire. Forced both by a fatal illness and aftershocks of torture experienced during his unjust imprisonment, Adhemar agrees to the only possible cure. Rebirth.

Healed in body but not in mind, he guards his independence, free will and heart. He is not able to give love, only the fulfillment of lust. Yet, satiation of sensuous longing is not enough for his Sire and he knows it. When an eerie malady strikes and seems to deplete Sanyi's life energy for unknown reasons, Adhemar understands his fears and agrees to keep a street boy, Reyach, as a pet for both of them in hope it will soothe the unspoken worries.

Out of necessity he finds himself in the role of the only hunter in their company, and out of attachment he accepts the responsibility readily. Indulgence in blood and carnal pleasures fill his nights and vampiric powers give him the feeling of safety. Until the evening when he carelessly falls prey to High Demon Belial's plays that quickly turn into more than either of them has bargained for.

In spite of a hard start, Adhemar feels burning urge deep in his heart and no matter how much he denies it, the cause of the strange sensation is a budding seed of affection brought to life by the insufferable demon. But letting Adhemar learn to love somebody other than him is not what seemingly innocent Reyach plans.

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Weekend Ebook Giveaway: Jez Morrow - Scarlet Blade

Every weekend I will post one ebook to giveaway, and among those who will leave a comment, I will draw a winner. Very easy and very fast ;-) I will send a PM to the winner, so remember to not leave anonymous comments!

This weekend author is Jez Morrow: I am a madam's granddaughter. I live inside a romance novel. I write homoerotic fiction. Scarlet Blade is a swashbuckling romance between a dashing Spanish nobleman and a fallen priest in colonial California.

Scarlet Blade by Jez Morrow
Paperback: 242 pages
Publisher: Torquere Press (November 21, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1610403991
ISBN-13: 978-1610403993
Amazon: Scarlet Blade
Amazon Kindle: Scarlet Blade

1797. On board a ship bound for the New World, the dashing young Spanish nobleman Joaquin de Castille meets a handsome Roman named Tomas.

Joaquin thinks he's been sent to heaven on Earth. But no, this is Hell at sea. Even though Joaquin's desire is returned, the most beautiful being ever to pass before his eyes turns out to be a priest from the Vatican, disgraced and exiled to the farthest possible place from Rome.

For his part, Tomas has fallen in love at first sight with Joaquin, and Tomas isn't allowed to fall in love at all. He just wants one night of passion with this impossibly handsome man before the journey is done.

He gets much more.

There can be no future for the two together on the far shore. Joaquin is headed to his father's vast hacienda in California, while Tomas must go to a Spanish mission in Texas to serve among warring native tribes.

Joaquin knows that landfall will signal the end of all their nights of ecstasy, but he cannot live without Tomas. He cannot let the affair end.

Not ever.

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LGBT Ebook and Print Releases, July 2013

A Little Weird by McDonald, JB (Torquere Books)
A Melody in Harmony by Chunell, Ashley
A Sticky Wicket in Bollywood (International Men of Sports) by Chase, T.A. and Rhodes, Devon
A Sunday Kind of Love by Charley Descoteaux (Amber Allure)
A Vision of Angels by Smith, Timothy Jay
A Younger Man by Dane, Cameron
Accidental Chemistry by Susan Laine (Dreamspinner Press)
Achilles and the Houseboy (Memoirs of a Houseboy) by Brown, Gillibran
All Of Me: (Can You Take All of Me?) (The All Series) (Volume 4) by Mr Dirk Vanden
Allies & Angels: A memoir of our family's transition by Terri Cook and Vince Cook
Always by Sarah Masters (Total-e-Bound)
Among the Bloodpeople: Politics and Flesh by Glave, Thomas and Yusef Komunyakaa
An Intoxicating Crush by EM Lynley (Dreamspinner Press)
An Unlocked Heart by K.C. Wells (Dreamspinner Press)
Angel's Redemption by Azalea Moone (Storm Moon Press)
Another Dumb Jock by Jeff Erno (Dreamspinner Press)
Apple Polisher (Rear Entrance Video) (Volume 1) by Heidi Belleau (Riptide Publishing)
As We Are by Clark, Don (Lethe Press)
Assaracus Issue 11: A Journal of Gay Poetry by Bryan Borland and Seth Pennington
At Seventeen by Gerri Hill
Aubade by Kenneth Martin
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