August 8th, 2017

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Outside the Lines Caitlin Ricci

Outside the Lines Caitlin Ricci
Transgender - Contemporary Romance
Paperback: 126 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (December 29, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1620049325
ISBN-13: 978-1620049327
Amazon: Outside the Lines Caitlin Ricci

Alex has always wanted to help people, so when he finds a scared, homeless child, he doesn't hesitate to take 'Socks' to the shelter where he works, Trinity House. Over the course of four years, a chance meeting turns into friendship. When Socks turns eighteen, they're excited, because it means they can move in with Alex—until Alex rejects them, and Socks realizes an affection they thought mutual was only ever one-sided. Years later, Socks has become Trin, a psychiatrist who specializes in helping children. And they still want desperately to know why Alex rejected them long ago...

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Four (The Republic #2) Archer Kay Leah

Four (The Republic #2) Archer Kay Leah
Bisexual - Fantasy Romance
Series: The Republic
Paperback: 318 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (August 12, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1620048485
ISBN-13: 978-1620048481
Amazon: Four (The Republic #2) Archer Kay Leah

On the outside, Mayr seems to have it all: a successful career as Head of the Guard for a prominent politician, family and friends who adore him, and the attention of beautiful women. But appearances are a good way to bury secrets, including the fact that while Mayr is a romantic at heart, searching for the one person to share his life with, his lovers keep leaving him. When his last girlfriend takes him back and suggests an intimate night with Tash, one of her lovers, Mayr reluctantly agrees. The last thing he expects is to fall hard for Tash, who is nothing like Mayr's previous lovers—and about to undertake the Uldana Trials. If Tash fails, he'll likely die. If he succeeds, he must give up Mayr, and become the latest to leave Mayr standing alone with a broken heart.

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: In Enemy Hands M.A. Church

In Enemy Hands M.A. Church
Gay - Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Paperback: 214 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (December 30, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1634776097
ISBN-13: 978-1634776097
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Two very different civilizations—one bathed in bright sunlight and the other veiled in shadow.

Bad decisions, declining resources, and a king on the brink of madness force Prince Varo Kutchif, third son of the royal family and a starship captain, to attempt the impossible: barter for Black Phospolrock, an energy source the mysterious Helkan Kingdom has in abundance. Varo opens a line of communication with Adlar, an intriguing Helkan who seems to reciprocate Varo’s interest. He hopes so, because if negotiations collapse, Varo has orders to attack.

The Helkans preside over a planet shrouded in perpetual darkness. Several species have tried to exploit its natural resources through trade with them, but all have failed. Adlar Mondur is the older brother to the Helkan ruler. An assassin of the highest order, he’ll do anything to protect his king and his people—including tracking down the Yesri prince who crash-lands on their planet, leaving an ugly scar across its untouched beauty.

Thus begins a journey where two men from disparate civilizations grow from enemies to lovers.

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