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Elsie Street (M/M romance) by Gabriella West
Publisher: Shaggy Dog Publications (September 5, 2015)
Print Length: 154 pages
Boston native Dave Madden has just been fired from a dead-end bartending job in San Francisco. His long-suffering girlfriend helps him get a job at a nearby art museum as a guard. But what Dave finds there will challenge his whole sense of identity. For despite a fling with a college roommate that ended too soon for his liking, he considers himself straight.
When Dave encounters woozy young Aaron Andersen at a work event — openly gay, with a house of his own in SF’s hip Bernal Heights neighborhood — he at first sees the 24-year-old techie as a harmless nerd and offers to drive him home. But Aaron soon has a seductive hold on Dave, and as the men’s lives become more intertwined, Dave finds himself falling into an unexpected and passionate relationship, one that will require all his loyalty and commitment, and his faith in love.
Both men are damaged characters, and Dave really wants to be a good influence on Aaron. But as an old flame suddenly re-emerges from Dave’s past and new revelations about Aaron’s addictive tendencies raise doubts in Dave’s mind, can their life together on Elsie Street really work out?
Taking Him On (Checking Him Out Book 2) by Debbie McGowan
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing (September 5, 2015)
Print Length: 249 pages
It’s almost a year since Noah told Matty they needed to cool it, believing it was the sensible thing to do. After all, they were too intense, and they were both failing uni.
Now, with Matty just weeks away from taking up his place at a prestigious London dance academy, Noah is desperate to make the most of the little time they have left. It’s only temporary separation, and they are forever. Or so he’d thought.
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NOTE: this is a stand-alone novel, but you might wish to read the series in order.
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Also in the Checking Him Out Series:
Checking Him Out (Book One)
Checking Him Out For the Holidays (novella)
Hiding Out (novella – A crossover featuring Matty and Noah, and Josh, George and Libby from Hiding Behind The Couch)
Taking Him On (Book Two – A Noah and Matty novel)
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Gula: The Oswald Witches by Matthew Ortiz
Publisher: Mathew Ortiz (September 4, 2015)
Print Length: 229 pages
Can you not stand so close?” Oliver Blackthorne asked the wolf shifter.
“Why? Afraid you might be unable to control yourself and jump me?” Donovan smirked.
“No. I’m more afraid of fleas jumping on me!” Oliver snapped. His life was getting more complicated by the day. All Oliver really wanted to do was eat burritos, smoke a few, and chase ghosts with his team at Restless Spirits. But no, everyone wanted a piece of him. His aunts were hell bent on making him compete in the upcoming Ascension and now he had some horny wolf shifter sniffing around him and all but humping his leg!
“Cool, we can get a flea dip together!” Donovan smiled at his fussy mate. An unrepentant horn dog and proud of it, finding his mate never truly crossed his mind. He was sure the shaggy haired witch would fall for his wolfish charm and right into his lap. It would seem, however, Oliver was wearing his sassy pants and Donovan was going to have to rip them off… with his fangs!
The Brazen Boys Series Box Set Books 1-4 (M/M Romance) by Daryl Banner
Publication Date: September 6, 2015
Print Length: 484 pages
Enjoy the first four books in the Brazen Boys series in this discounted box set collection.
The Brazen Boys are standalone M/M romance novellas. They can be read in any order.
*** Contains: male/male sexuality, and adult language ***
THE BRAZEN BOYS SERIES:
#1 : “Dorm Game (The Brazen Boys)”
#2 : “On The Edge (The Brazen Boys)”
#3 : “Owned By The Freshman (The Brazen Boys)”
#4 : “Dog Tags (The Brazen Boys)”
#5 : “All Yours Tonight (The Brazen Boys)”
#6 : “Straight Up (The Brazen Boys)”
Kindred Spirit (Lovers and Liars Book 6) by Paul Alan Fahey
Publisher: JMS Books LLC (September 6, 2015)
Print Length: 111 pages
In the summer of 1944, Leslie Atwater — feeling abandoned by his lover Edward — rushes to London to enlist in the armed services. After failing the physical, he retreats to the sanctuary of St. Michael’s rectory and to the love and support of his brother Robert.
When a bomb explodes near St. Andrew’s Home for Boys, it unearths a skeleton of an adolescent. As Leslie, Edward, and Robert set about identifying the remains, the shocking discovery stirs up an old antagonism between the two brothers and brings to light a string of repressed memories for Leslie.
Desmond and Garrick Book 2 by Hayden Thorne
Publisher: Queerteen Press (September 6, 2015)
Print Length: 246 pages
As the vain and self-absorbed poets continue their campaign of destruction in Dryden Abbey, Garrick finds himself struggling in the classroom, with increasingly distracted pupils eroding all of his hard work and reducing him to using all things dead and decaying in order to keep Desmond and Lavinia’s minds on their lessons.
Meanwhile, with Phillip Priestley’s unexpected appearance, Desmond’s world unravels as infatuation, lust, confusion, and revulsion drive him into wilder mood swings. Mr. Sherbourne’s coldly distant yet attractive presence in Dryden Abbey further complicates things, prompting Desmond to do something he never thought he’d ever do: reach out to unlikely allies for help.
In the midst of the wild goings on around them, Garrick and Desmond will realize that the chasm separating them as distinct species will not only teach them important lessons of understanding and acceptance, but also forge a stronger bond of friendship than they expected.
Space, Man by Sharon Maria Bidwell
Publisher: JMS Books LLC (September 6, 2015)
Print Length: 65 pages
Whoever said space was cold, never found love from the stars …
Some people never learn. This is the tune playing once again in Alex Beaumont’s head when he sees a vision in white attracting odd glances in the quiet little seaside resort of Padstow. He came to get away from it all, to bury himself in work, to forget every man he ever falls for eventually needs to get away … from him.
Adrift in the universe, Mani searches for a place to call home. The planet he finds is cold and inhospitable, not at all what he was expecting. He feels lost and alone, until a stranger’s smile warms him. And with that smile comes another kind of heat, one he’s never before experienced.
Love is not what Alex ever imagined it to be. They say space is infinite, but the distance between what Alex wants and what he has experienced romantically seems to be growing … until now. Like a shooting star, he’s about to fall long and hard. Will he crash and burn, or find the love he’s always dreamed of when looking at the night sky?