April 17th, 2017

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Out of this world Catherine Lundoff

Out of this world: Queer Speculative Fiction Stories Catherine Lundoff
LGBT - Anthology / Collection / Fantasy
File Size: 1712 KB
Print Length: 241 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Queen of Swords Press (January 1, 2017)
Publication Date: January 1, 2017
Amazon: Out of this world: Queer Speculative Fiction Stories Catherine Lundoff

Eleven tales of the queer fantastic by award-winning author Catherine Lundoff. A bookstore clerk goes on a quest for the Norns while a couple of mercenaries wake up to some big surprises at their favorite inn. Shakespeare’s sister, Judith, forms an alliance with playwright Christopher Marlowe. A witch attempts the wrong love spell and a young prince meets an irresistible monster. Swordswomen, ghosts, the Queen of the Fay, the occasional gentleman of the evening and other unforgettable characters populate these stories rich and strange. Includes the Gaylactic Spectrum Award finalist “At the Roots of the World Tree” as well as several other stories not previously collected.

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Serptent's Kiss Layla Dorine

Serptent's Kiss Layla Dorine
Bisexual - Paranormal Romance
Paperback: 262 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 8, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1545197857
ISBN-13: 978-1545197851
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While searching for their missing sibling, Zaiden and his sister Kaandhal, come across the last pureblooded psy-clairvoyant of their kind. Unfortunately for them, the psy-clairvoyant Darian has no idea who he truly is and isn’t interested in learning, much less helping Zaiden and Kaandhal locate their missing brother, Zxex. A bounty hunter by trade, who’s been all but banished from his family due to his visions, Darian is a bit cynical about his ability to be of any assistance to them. Nevertheless, Zaiden brings him back to their home Rhumba, where Darian discovers that very little is what it seems. With plots unfolding all around them and discoveries about his own heritage leaving Darian reeling, he is left with the choice of whether to embrace who and what he is, or spend every moment with them as a prisoner on the fringes of their society. Add in a pesky little bond that only seems to grow the more time he and Zaiden spend together, and several factions looking to gain possession of him and Darian is left wondering if his visions just might be the least of his troubles.

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Fantasize Kay Ellis

Fantasize Kay Ellis
Gay - Contemporary Romance
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 15, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1543134025
ISBN-13: 978-1543134025
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Male stripper Saxon is the ultimate fantasy lover for men and women alike. But all they see is the beautiful exterior. It’s all he lets them see. Saxon is sure nobody could ever love the monster living beneath his perfect, muscled body. Casey is supposed to be a distraction, a pleasant way of alleviating the boredom of being on tour. He’s not supposed to fall for Saxon and Saxon definitely isn’t supposed to fall for Casey. Somehow, Casey is getting under Saxon’s skin. Even learning Saxon’s deepest, darkest secrets brings Casey closer instead of scaring him away. Just when Saxon starts to believe he can actually be happy, his past returns to threaten all that he holds dear. When he loses everything, including his sanity, it’s down to Casey to bring his man home.

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