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Otter Chaos: Includes Tail Slide by P.D. Singer
Publisher: Rocky Ridge Books (October 9, 2015)
Print Length: 235 pages
Lon Ewing snowboarded in and turned economist Corey Levigne’s life upside down, introducing him to a world he didn’t know existed. Corey’s still adjusting to a boyfriend who shifts into an otter and raids the koi pond—and now Lon says Corey’s department chair is a werewolf?
Wolves at the university, wolves in the bank—across Lon’s desk sits Professor Melvin Vadas and his hench-wolves, demanding a construction loan for the pack’s new lodge in the mountains. There’s just one little problem: the proposed building site is home to a breeding population of rare fish.
What do wolves care for stupid human rules, an otter who’d barely make a good snack, or one pesky human determined to protect the environment? Once they’re snout to snout with Corey and Lon, there’s more than silverscale dace on the Endangered Species List.
Includes Tail Slide, the short story that launched Otter Chaos.
Fresh powder snow and running water in the Colorado back country call Lon like the moon calls the wolves. Belly-sliding to a good time on the weekends makes up for a workweek at a desk, and meeting Corey adds a whole new level of fun to snowboarding.
It’s easy to slip away for time alone in the woods without raising suspicion, but how’s Lon to entertain himself when bad snow and a worse spill force them off the mountain too early?
The One That I Want by R.J. Jones
Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing (October 9, 2015)
Print Length: 55 pages
Jason escapes into the magic of a Broadway play every weekend. Musicals always have a happy ending and for a few hours he can believe there’s a happy ending waiting for him, too. When the tall drink of water who works on the top floor of Jason’s building, wants to take him on a date, Jason is surprised. After all, Jason is awkward and skinny, and sees himself as a boring accountant, while Paul is tall, dark, and incredibly hot.
Despite Jason’s reservations, Paul and Jason start dating and attending the shows Jason adores. But if Paul likes musicals as much as Jason, why does he always doze off? Is Paul leading a double life? Does he have a wife tucked away somewhere?
Beignets (Coffee Cake Book 2) by Michaela Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (October 9, 2015)
Print Length: 197 pages
Coffee Cake: Book Two
Malachi Warren barely survived a series of assaults on his life. But survive he did, though not without baggage. Now, Malachi must pick up the pieces of his shattered life—the most important piece being his boyfriend, Bran Kendrick, who is dealing with problems of his own.
Stagnating at his job at a small-town café, Bran’s pride keeps him from asking Malachi—or anyone—for help. Desperate to do something, Malachi secretly pays a celebrity chef with a bakery in New Orleans to take on Bran as his apprentice.
As Malachi and Bran begin to make a new life in New Orleans, the specter of Malachi’s PTSD and the growing stress over the secret he hides from Bran threaten their relationship. Before it’s too late, Malachi must confront his past and face his fears about the future, all without losing himself—and Bran—in the process.
My Aim Is True by Lee Patton
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (October 9, 2015)
Print Length: 230 pages
When sixteen-year-old Guy Dimchek comes out in 1970s San Francisco, his best friend dumps him, his mom splits, and he’s left largely on his own just in time for his first ever sexual experience.
Things don’t get any easier when Guy’s father becomes a candidate for state office. Having a gay son doesn’t do his candidacy any favors, especially under the antigay “family values” fervor sweeping the nation. Compounding the situation is Guy’s new stepmother, who opposes openness on the gay issue and especially the revelation that Guy has a boyfriend—one he might be falling in love with.
Around Guy, self-help charlatans, radical cults, and extreme politics forecast 1978’s perfect tsunami: the Jonestown massacre in Guyana, Anita Bryant’s homophobic campaign, and gay city supervisor Harvey Milk’s assassination at city hall. In the midst of a perfect storm of antigay sentiment, Guy faces the supreme test when his father’s political opponent launches a smear campaign that employs both dirty tricks and physical violence against Guy.
Take Your Pick by Missy Welsh
Publication Date: October 9, 2015
Print Length: 74 pages
Peter Kim has been in love with his five best friends since junior high. Now attending college, they share a house, but none of them know how Pete really feels.
Until the five of them come home early to find Pete masturbating while watching a video of them all on vacation near a river last summer.
Devastated and embarrassed, Pete is sure they’ll kick him out come morning. Accepting him as the only gay one among them is one thing, but knowing he lusts after them? All of them? They couldn’t possibly accept that.
But when Pete wakes up the next morning, he’s shocked to discover his housemates have a proposition for him. He’ll choose one of them each day, and they promise to do whatever he wants—including sex—for a full twelve hours.
Beneath an Emerald Sky by Michael Barnette
Publisher: Fireborn Publishing (October 9, 2015)
Print Length: 38 pages
Emeraldsky is a datajacker, one of the best at stealing corporate secrets. He’s hired the zonewarrior Steel-Or to protect him while he makes a dangerous run. When things go bad, Steel-Or finds himself in the position of taking care of an injured Emeraldsky. Torn between the need for money, memories of the datajacker, and the desire to look out for #1, Steel-Or has to decide: does he take the money and run or protect the only man he’s ever loved, even if Emeraldsky might not love him back?
Michael Murphy‘s Greatest Hits (Dreamspinner Press Bundles)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (October 9, 2015)
Print Length: 843 pages
Don’t miss these Michael Murphy novels about discovering love within differences inside and out.—Little Squirrels Can Climb Tall Trees: Joseph is Kyle’s polar opposite, well-off where Kyle is poor, and self-assured while Kyle is insecure. He’s also determined to show Kyle what a great guy he is.—When Dachshunds Ruled the Serengeti: Phillip and José, newly minted Ivy League roommates, couldn’t be more different. They both need to adapt to their new environment and, in the process, quickly become fond of each other despite their differences.—It Should Have Been You: Patrick is struggling, homeless and on the streets, until he meets Juan, a street-savvy Latino youth wise beyond his years, and they strike up an instant rapport. It’s not pretty, but they’re making it together, until one night Juan goes off with a stranger to earn a few bucks… and doesn’t come back.—Swan Song for an Ugly Duckling: Josh is horrified when a senior on campus seduces Aaron. He can’t believe Aaron has always been gay and he missed it—and missed getting to be Aaron’s first. But when Aaron finds out his boyfriend isn’t faithful, things go from tense to worse.
Omega’s Aria (The Bear Song Trilogy Book 1) by Lana Summers
Publisher: Lovelight Press (October 9, 2015)
Print Length: 27 pages
Erik Madrigal is an alpha grizzly bear shifter, who prefers being alone to living in the spotlight.
He’s also a musical genius, but his reclusive nature means he doesn’t get to share his gift with many people.
Being a shifter, and gay on top of that, makes him stay in his shell at all times.
Enter Jordy Cavanaugh, a lonely orphan who just moved from Alaska to Texas. His dream is to work in the music industry.
Jordy has no idea he’s a shifter, and Erik is ready to teach him a thing or two. And it’s love at first sight as soon as the bears see one another…