Dancing Around The Cop (Alpha and Omega Series Book 2) by Lisa Oliver
Publisher: SelfPub (August 13, 2015)
Print Length: 175 pages
Blurb: Terry Martin has an awesome life – good friends, loving parents and a job he loves designing all of the bright and wonderful costumes for the drag queens at Club Blue. Sure, no one but his parents know he’s an Omega wolf, but he’s okay with that. Unfortunately being a twink often means getting picked on and after a night out with friends, Terry has the misfortune to meet an Alpha wolf, Detective Zander Samuels – his true mate.
Zander can’t have a mate, especially a pretty, sweet little man like Terry. His friend of more than ten years, and partner on the force hates gay men with a passion and Zander won’t risk the only true friend he has, not even for a mate. So even though he’s scented Terry, Zander is determined to stay away from the Omega. Unfortunately the Fates are just as determined that the two men should be together and when Zander finds himself hit with the mating curse in more ways than one, he comes up with a plan to have Terry without upsetting his friend.
A nasty boss, a homophobic partner, some really jerky behaviour by Zander and another Alpha wolf keen on claiming Terry for his own, all conspire to stop any chance these two have of finding true love. But did I mention that the Fates are really persistent?
Warning: This book is about male wolf shifters, it includes coarse language, mm sex scenes, a gorgeously cute Omega who will melt your heart and an Alpha wolf you will just want to slap around the head.
ABERRANT: The Queer Diaries by Douglas Wickard
Publisher: douglaswickardbooks.com; 1 edition (August 13, 2015)
Print Length: 181 pages
Blurb: ELLERY WILLIAM FLYNN is dead.
The sixty-seven year old journalist and award-winning author of the International bestselling gay novel The Wanting Hour, was found unresponsive in his apartment early Christmas morning by his next-door neighbor Mrs. Evelyn Brando.
Mrs. Brando discovered the body while delivering her annual tray of Christmastime sugar cookies.
For over thirty years, Mr. Flynn has resided in a one bedroom, fourth floor walk-up on the corner of Grove and Hudson Street in the heart of Greenwich Village. He was warmly regarded by his neighbors as a local “literati” treasure.
The elderly author was last seen on Christmas Eve enjoying a seasonal cocktail at a local watering hole, Marie’s Crisis, just a stone’s throw away from his residential building.
Detectives from the Sixth Precinct are currently investigating the case and the cause of Mr. Flynn’s death.
Mr. Flynn has no immediate family.
~ The last thing Ellery Flynn expected to encounter on the eve of his own death is a twenty-five year old transient named Chance. What one magical evening conjures up between the two of them — an aging “has been” author and a young Midwestern stud — will alter the course of their lives forever. What unfolds … is a journey of healing transformation, invoking the aberrant history of a bittersweet past, a lifelong fight to belong, and an endless quest for self-acceptance and love.
It’s never too late for an awakening …