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Soy Latte (Real Answers Investigations Book 2) by Aria Grace
Publisher: Surrendered Press (August 29, 2015)
Print Length: 116 pages
Book 2 of the M/M Real Answers Investigations Series.
When the handsome customer that comes in for a soy latte every morning stops coming in, Jay isn’t too worried. Not until he sees the man’s picture on the evening news. Can Doug figure out what happened to Mr. Soy Latte?
Source of Protection (Ashe Sentinel Connections Book 2) by DJ Jamison
Publisher: DJ Jamison; 1 edition (August 29, 2015)
Print Length: 129 pages
The only place Sgt. Rick Wilson seems to meet eligible men is at crime scenes. That generally doesn’t work out so well for him. Last time it happened, he was rejected by Ashe Sentinel staffer Jorge Ortiz. But when Rick finds himself with an armful of gorgeous murder suspect, he can’t help but be intrigued. When it turns out Will McCall may be more victim than criminal, he becomes determined to protect him despite the risks — to his career and to his heart.
Will McCall moved halfway across the country to get away from his ex-boyfriend. After 5 years of abuse from the Oregon police officer, the last thing he needs is another man with a badge in his life. But as the threats to his safety mount, he can’t help wondering: Is Rick the one man he can trust with his life and his heart?
Buttermilk Ranch (The Hard Riders Book 1) by Patricia Logan
Publisher: Westburg Publishing (August 29, 2015)
Print Length: 189 pages
Wendell Blackowl has spent all his life in the working cow horse show ring where toiling with sweaty cowboys all day is the fodder for wet dreams. Though privately he’s come to terms with his sexuality, publicly Dell’s had to build a façade. When his beloved horse Buttermilk dies, Dell finds himself at loose ends so he decides to pick himself up by his boot straps and do what he’s always wanted to do… open an environmentally friendly organic vegetarian café.
Pace Avila, well known music critic, has been drawn to Austin by the live music scene. When friends invite him to check out a fresh new dinner experience, Pace reluctantly agrees to push the deadline on his national column. He isn’t interested in vegetarian food or a restaurant with the cheesy name of Buttermilk Ranch Café, but the moment Pace lays eyes on the stunning cowboy chef, things begin looking up.
When openly gay Pace walks into his cafe and his life, Dell realizes he’s tired of living a lie and tired of being alone. When Mother Nature throws an unprecedented storm at Austin, the muddy waters threaten to wipe out everything Dell’s worked so hard to build. He soon realizes that with a man like Pace by his side, love really can conquer all.
Submissive Samuel: THE COLLECTION: A 5 Part Series by Violet Rain
Publisher: ME Spice Publishing (August 29, 2015)
Print Length: 87 pages
Samuel Likes to exercise control in his daily life, but come night, he yearns to relinquish that control and become a Submissive. Join Samuel on his journey as he finds his Dominant, learns the rules of the game and masters the art of complete Submission.
This book contains the complete, five part Submissive Samuel series. The books included are:
Submissive Samuel: A Search For A DOM
Submissive Samuel 2: Tease To Please
Submissive Samuel 3: The Not So Innocent Ranch Hand
Submissive Samuel 4: Man Of The Hour
Submissive Samuel 5: Obeying The ALPHA
Outside Edge by Amie Daniels
Publisher: Amie Daniels; 1 edition (August 30, 2015)
Print Length: 208 pages
‘When the ice heats up, hearts will melt…’
‘Outside Edge’ follows the life of Will Shaw; a twenty-something skating his way through life, not looking for a relationship until one finds him.
André is an unlikely lover; shy yet passionate but somehow a perfect match for Will’s confident and bold personality.
Do opposites really attract?
Can the external influences shatter the relationship Will and André have begun to forge?
Grab your boots and glide along with them, but remember the ice is slippery and sometimes there isn’t anyone there to hold your hand…
‘Outside Edge’ a love story for the modern age, a contemporary romance with some adult content.
Heat Wave: Stone Mountain by J.D. Walker
Publisher: JMS Books LLC (August 30, 2015)
Print Length: 41 pages
It’s hot. Really hot. Stace Whitehall is not a fan of the heat wave drenching the city, but that’s the least of his worries. He’s also in heated lust with his coworker, Jenson Sommers, who’s dating Bransworth Manley, a model. Stace knows he can’t compete.
However, after a company hike in Stone Mountain Park — dumb idea in this weather, as far as Stace is concerned — Jenson announces he’s single now. Is it the heat, or is Stace hearing things? The two men end up going out on a date, and everything is perfect until Bransworth turns up with accusations about Jenson that make Stace’s skin crawl.
Bransworth and Stace bond over being duped, and then Jenson threatens them with a gun. It could be the hot weather making everyone crazy, but maybe for Bransworth and Stace, after all they’ve been through, the temperature’s just right.
Heat Wave: Key West by Eric Fahnestock
Publisher: JMS Books LLC (August 30, 2015)
Print Length: 42 pages
When John returns home to Key West after a vacation, he discovers a stranger living in his garden shed. There are clothes and toiletries, a sleeping roll, and a bike. John is flabbergasted but also intrigued, not in the least because the stranger is very handsome and swims naked in John’s pool.
John spends one hot afternoon prowling around town in an attempt to find out if his friends and neighbors have seen any new, gorgeous men around town. Everyone pleads ignorance. Yet the man returns to the shed every other day or so, while John, caught between anger and fascination, does nothing but watch from a hidden spot on the deck.
One day he comes home to discover the encroaching stranger has upped the ante. His grill has been used to barbeque chicken, and a bottle of good wine and two glasses are waiting on his kitchen table. This is going too far, and he wonders if someone isn’t playing a nasty prank on him.