1. The Gentleman’s Madness by Bonnie Dee & Summer Devon
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (December 31, 2013)
Amazon Kindle: The Gentleman’s Madness
I really enjoyed this story about hope even in the most heartbreaking of circumstances, of love being able to find one even when the world says it's wrong or even when they feel incarcerated or hampered by their surroundings. The characters of John Gilliam and Sam Tully were both like a pair of sweet onions, capable of making the reader cry as they pulled back more layers and learned more about them, cutting and delving into their inner souls.
2. Randy by Jane Elliot
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5. The Gentleman’s Keeper by Bonnie Dee & Summer Devon
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