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Prisoner (Gladiators of Gelvek Book 2) by Tatum Throne
Publisher: Luminosity Publishing LLP (September 10, 2015)
Print Length: 109 pages
What would you do if gladiators held you prisoner?
It’s the year 4044. On Earth, Trevor Sley’s job is to save the world, and he’s failed. All quadrants will go dark in six months. After working a long night, Trevor is accused of murdering his missing roommate, Hunter. With no choice, he runs … right into a wormhole.
Kelin is a seasoned gladiator who sees a human cross through a wormhole. Defying the Elite, he goes after the imprisoned male. He’s going to need this human to milk his venom after fights or he could die from the toxicity. Will the male obey willingly or will he have to chain him?
Life on Gelvek is dangerous. Trevor quickly discovers that he needs Kelin to survive. Despite their intense attraction, he is afraid of the gladiator. Will his gladiator live or will he lose him and their unborn child in the arena?
King John (The Lost and Founds Book 4) by Edmond Manning
Publisher: Pickwick Ink Publishing; 1 edition (September 10, 2015)
Print Length: 343 pages
English attorney Alistair Robertson can’t quite believe an astonishing tale of kingship and transformation he hears at Burning Man, the annual counter-culture art festival in the Black Rock desert. Who are the Found Kings? Is “being kinged” as magical as it sounds?
Determined to find the mysterious garage mechanic named Vin who helps men “remember who they were always meant to be,” Alistair catches his quarry amid the extravagant sculptures, fire worshippers, mutant cars, and lavish costumes. After searching for three years, he’ll finally get to ask the question burning inside him: “Will you king me?”
Wandering together through the desert, Vin Vanbly and Alistair explore Burning Man’s gifting culture and exotic traditions, where they meet the best and worst of their fellow burners. Alistair’s overconfidence in Vin’s manipulative power collides with Vin’s obsessive need to save a sixteen-year-old runaway from a nightmarish fate, and the two men spiral into uncontrollable, explosive directions.
In this fourth adventure of The Lost and Founds, beneath the sweltering summer sun and the six billion midnight stars, one truth emerges, searing itself on their hearts: in the desert, everything burns.
Rainbow Reader GRAY: Surrender (Rainbow Reader Series Book 8) by Adam Stevens
Publisher: Equal Hearts Publishing House, Plc.; First edition (September 10, 2015)
Print Length: 107 pages
Rainbow Reader GRAY: Surrender
Fiction is a lie, but there is truth behind every lie.
Georgie’s 30 year journey spans the entire Rainbow Reader series and can be read in any order. However, for readers interested in following the timeline in complete continuity, the proper reading order for the series begins with the unpublished, “Pink: The Secret Manuscript,” and continues directly into “Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Purple.”
The timeline continues quite chronologically into the three “Moments in Time” novels.
Following the three “Moments in Time” novels, the story and timeline then continues to spin off different characters’ timelines in order to give the reader an all-encompassing, comprehensive and truly relative reading experience about the characters’ lives as they all develop individually.
The Rainbow Reader series begins again after the three novels with “White: Educating Hayden,” “Gray: Surrender,” and will continue into “Black: Secrets,” “Brown: Reconnect,” and the final Rainbow Reader of the year, “Silver & Gold: True Loves Kiss.”
“Gray: Surrender” Features Ian continuing his journey from his last adventures in the “Rainbow Reader White: Educating Hayden” and is sure to surprise some readers with the tragic fact of reality that results from bullying, teen homelessness and depression. Ian is so confidently trying to overcome his insecurities, which is handled by his excessive sexual encounters. It is an emotionally alluring tale of compromise and transition dealing with depression and control surrendering and submitting to your deepest darkest demon.
There is no better fiction, than the truth.
Dagger (The D.U.S.T. Ops: Mission Book 1) by Steven dos Santos
Publisher: Evernight Teen (September 10, 2015)
Print Length: 207 pages
When Ultimate Evil engulfs the entire world, only Dagger can pierce the Darkness—even if the Apocalypse falls on a school night!
Dagger Beaumont is a High School senior who’s been recruited by D.U.S.T.—a covert governmental organization dedicated to battling supernatural terrorism all over the globe.
However, Dagger’s unresolved conflict over his missing brother could be his undoing, as he races around the world battling the Dark Reich, a diabolical organization on a quest to possess an ancient artifact and unleash a mystical plague to enslave humanity. If that weren’t treacherous enough, Dagger must juggle his life as a secret agent with his social life, where he faces romantic rivalry for the guy of his dreams, a mysterious and handsome new student at his haunted boarding school.
Submitting to the Darkness (Island Tales Book 3) by K.C. Wells
Publisher: Island Tales Press; 1 edition (September 8, 2015)
Print Length: 278 pages
hree weeks after being diagnosed with acute glaucoma, Adam Kent lost his vision. Two months down the line, and he’s left behind his life in London as an author of political history books and retreated to the Isle of Wight, to live in the house he inherited in Steephill Cove. But that’s not all Adam’s left behind him: the trappings of his life as a Dom are packed away into three boxes and stored in his attic. After all, he’s never going to need them again, right? Who’d want a blind Dom anyway?
Paul Vaughan is employed to be a live-in companion to Adam, but his new employer makes it very clear he wants to be left alone. Paul can see Adam is hurting and struggles to help him, even though Adam resists him at every turn. Thankfully, Paul’s friends Taylor, Mark and Sam are there to lend an ear when he needs to vent – and also to try setting him up with a guy or two. It’s not that Paul doesn’t appreciate their efforts, but the guys they keep sending his way are way too… vanilla. A chance visit to a club had already shown Paul a side to him he’d never expected: maybe his tastes are a little kinkier.
Two events occur to rock Paul’s life: he discovers his boss isn’t as straight as Paul had thought, and he takes a peek into a box….
Vespertine by Leta Blake and Indra Vaughn
Publisher: Ledra (September 7, 2015)
Print Length: 396 pages
Can a priest and a rock star obey love’s call?
Seventeen years ago, Jasper Hendricks and Nicholas Blumfeld’s childhood friendship turned into a secret, blissful love affair. They spent several idyllic months together until Jasper’s calling to the Catholic priesthood became impossible to ignore. Left floundering, Nicky followed his own trajectory into rock stardom, but he never stopped looking back.
Today, Jasper pushes boundaries as an out, gay priest, working hard to help vulnerable LGBTQ youth. He’s determined to bring change to the church and the world. Respected, admired, and settled in his skin, Jasper has long ignored his loneliness.
As Nico Blue, guitarist and songwriter for the band Vespertine, Nicky owns the hearts of millions. He and his bandmates have toured the world, lighting their fans on fire with their music. Numbed by drugs and fueled by simmering anger, Nicky feels completely alone. When Vespertine is forced to get sober, Nicky returns home to where it all started.