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Friday, December 30, 2016

NEW RELEASE from Pelaam!

Big Iron by Pelaam
M/M action western sensual romance
32779 words, 164 pages
$2.99 in ebook

When Jesse Cooper hits town, all the Arizona Ranger cares about is taking back a dangerous outlaw, dead or alive... The last thing he expects is to find himself falling in love.

Gabriel is firmly under his father's rule. When wild rumours spread about a stranger in town, Gabriel thinks little of it, until he meets Jesse.

To Jesse, Gabriel is a greenhorn but a possible bed mate nonetheless. To Gabriel, Jesse offers a much yearned-for opportunity to indulge in a desire he can't openly speak of. Lust burns brightly, forging a bond between the men that neither can admit to: Jesse, because his is no life for a man like Gabriel, and Gabriel, because he fears rejection.

Will the Arizona Ranger get his man?

Friday, December 23, 2016

NEW RELEASE from Edward Kendrick!

The PI and the Prof by Edward Kendrick
M/M contemporary crime/mystery sensual romance
26000 words, 137 pages
$2.99 in ebook

Private investigator Sal Cochran is hired to find Tim Murphy, a missing college student. Before he can, Tim's body turns up--drowned. At first Sal believes it was just an accident, until he begins to dig deeper and discovers that Tim is the fifth young man to have died the same way within the past two months.

With the help of his older lover, Professor Greg Ferguson, Sal starts searching for the serial killer he believes is murdering gay young men. Will Sal be able to convince police detective Ethan Park there really is a serial killer on the loose? And, more to the point, can Sal find the man before he kills again, and not become one of his victims in the process? Only time will tell.

FREE first in series...Prophecy Serial!

Prophecy: Revelations by Brenna Lyons
contemporary action paranormal sensual romance
108163 words, 470 pages

$1.99 FREE from 12/23/2016 through 12/30/2016 on the following distribution channels:

When Joe Connor is hired to protect Kyla Keating, he thinks his boss is insane. Why would Samantha "Gram" Allen hire him to watch and protect a woman she doesn't even know? Gram doesn't even want to know Kyla. She only wants to know two things. Is someone else watching, and does Joe see anything unusual? Joe has no idea how unusual things are about to become. Kyla is the subject of a prophecy, a woman with fantastic powers, an unknown quest, and a ghost guide. She also has a personal army of bodyguards and enemies who will kill her, none of which she is aware of. It is Joe's destiny to love and protect her, but when he has to kidnap her to keep her from being killed, will he ever win back her trust so he can do his job?

CONTENT ADVISORY: This title has a "to be continued" ending and is completed in Prophecy: Rapture.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

FREE first in series...Renegades series!

TYGERS by Brenna Lyons
contemporary paranormal horror erotic romance
134893 words, 709 pages

$4.99 FREE from 12/21/2016 through 12/27/2016 on the following distribution channels:

If Katheyn O'Hanlon had one wish, it would be to lead a normal life. If she had a second, it would be a memory of her childhood and the source of her nightmares. Psi-linked to her four-year-old nephew, Kyle Thompson, she is dragged back to the city of her nightmares...Pittsburgh.

Kyle's father has been brutally murdered, and Kyle claims his toy tigers have done the deed, led by Ty, the Siberian. It is up to Katheryn to remember where Tiberius Matthews is and how to destroy him, before he destroys everything she cares about.

Is Kyle haunted by the homicidal family ghost or being driven insane by the horrorscope trapped in the depths of Katheryn's mind? And, can Katheryn keep Keith Randall, an old flame who takes the job of Kyle's counselor, out of the line of fire while she does her work?

CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-release title.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

NEW RELEASE! Consequences by Auburnimp!

Consequences by Auburnimp
MM contemporary crime sensual romance
49196 words, 248 pages in ebook
$3.99 in ebook

When games turn deadly, Luca Scarlatti finds himself caught up in a mob war for control of a city.

Luca Scarlatti hates his stepfather, Salvatore Calabrese, but he has to work for his keep. During his new job, he's mistaken for a hooker and taken to mob enforcer, Ryan Callaghan, for a night of fun. The two fall for each other, and it turns out Ryan works for Niall Murphy, Luca's old school friend and enemy of Calabrese. Luca joins Niall and Ryan in cleaning up the town and avenging their fathers' deaths.

Luca and Ryan face many dangers from Calabrese. Can their budding relationship survive? Will they?

FREE BOOK! Don't miss the first in series...Devon Falls!

Love's Sweet Magic by DM Roberto 
Devon Falls #1
fantasy contemporary erotic romance
6961 words, 41 pages

$0.99 FREE from 12/17/2016 through 12/21/2016 on the following sites:
Jenna Stevens has given up on love and when Marc du Bree walks into her Candy Shop, she finds someone worth risking her battered heart...that is if she can take that risk.

A chance meeting at a sweet shop... Can it be love?

Jenna Stevens isn't looking for love nor does she believe it will walk into her life one holiday season.

Marc du Bree needs to find his destined mate so he can take over the family duties from his father. Meeting Jenna, Marc finds the connection he has been searching for. But first, Marc needs to convince Jenna that love is worth the risk.

CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a significantly re-edited and expanded re-release title. It was originally released as STICKY MAGIC by Raine Delight.

Friday, December 16, 2016

NEW RELEASE! A fantasy Christmas!

A Carmel Sunset by Carol Holland March
gay contemporary fantasy Christmas sensual romance
9440 words, 51 words
$0.99 in ebook

Lew lost everything he worked for. He's alone, broke, and preparing to sell the house he loves to stave off bankruptcy.

The voice in his head insists it's time for him to come home, whatever that means, but he's sure the voice is a symptom of stress. On Christmas Eve, he goes to a bar to forget what he's facing and meets George who insists they knew each other in college. Lew doesn't remember him, but the stranger is oddly familiar and their attraction is unmistakable.

Lew decides no harm can come from a dalliance over the holidays, but George has more in mind than a night of hot sex. What he shows Lew on the Carmel beach on Christmas Day forces Lew to face the fact that everything he believes about himself may be wrong.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

FREE first in series...Werewolf U!

Werewolf U by Brenna Lyons
paranormal shifter MFM menage contemporary erotic romance
38662 words, 210 pages

$3.99 FREE from 12/15/2016 through 12/22/2016 on the following distribution channels:

Samara has been given a full scholarship to Lupi Lucania Universitas Scholarium in Italy. It's a dream come true. The university is one of the best in the world, and she intends to make the most of it. What she doesn't count on is two very distracting brothers who have a different idea of advancing her education than she does.

Usually she-wolves come to the University with full knowledge of Lupine history and traditions. James and Jason will have to teach their little mate everything. Born to a human who refused to take her wolf mate permanently into her life, Samara is nothing like what the duo envisioned...and more than they ever hoped for.

Monday, December 12, 2016

NEW RELEASE for the week- Making the Rent the Hard Way!

Making the Rent the Hard Way by Edward Kendrick
MM paranormal shifter mystery romance
31809 words, 154 pages
$2.99 in ebook

What do you do when you're a small-time PI and need to make the rent? If you're me, Cade Warner, you take a case that looks simple enough--then turns out to be anything but.

I was hired to find a missing shifter by the name of Luca Montana. Mr Farnham, the shifter who hired me, says Luca's his friend and he's worried about him. He had reason to be worried. Luca's not his friend, and he's found out something that could ruin my client's plans to have shifters take over the city.

Finding Luca wasn't all that hard. Saving him--and the city--from Farnham's machinations could turn out to be deadly. Then there's the problem of Luca himself and my growing attraction to him.

Yeah, making the rent definitely has its ups and downs.

FREE BOOK! First in series...Urban Grimm!

Catch Me, If You Can (Urban Grimm #1) by Brenna Lyons
action contemporary with paranormal elements sensual romance
18485 words, 125 pages

$0.99 FREE! from 12/12/2016 through 12/18/2016 from the following distribution channels:
Fireborn Publishing
All Romance eBooks

A retelling of the classic Grimm's tale "The Hare and The Hedgehog."

When Angelo Maretti's twin sister is killed by 'family rivals,' the retribution backfires in the form of a mobster who wants to kill Angelo as well. His foe is the last of the culprits left alive, and he will die, God willing...but not by way of a gun. To avoid a war, all of the guilty have to die without a sign of interference by the Marettis.

CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-release title.

Thursday, December 1, 2016


Stage One: Hear (Voices of Sanctum #1) by B.K. Bilicki
fantasy paranormal action sensual romance
90435 words, 454 pages

Kana Morel has established herself among the Sanctum's elite operatives. There is no danger she cannot face, no problem she cannot solve, no enemy she cannot defeat.

Enter acolyte Jamyn Siska. He has studied Kana's impressive record and jumps at the chance to be teamed with her on a mission. The job swiftly goes sideways when the spirit they're pursuing accidentally feeds Jamyn's most guarded secret directly into Kana's mind--his overwhelming desire for her.

Kana barely has time to react to this when she's blindsided by a sudden promotion. Jamyn is now her acolyte. Jamyn can perceive the structure of magic, a strange phenomenon known as the Voice. Kana has the same ability, leading to their unexpected pairing.

The hidden passion of her new student, his potentially catastrophic knowledge of the Voice, and the storm of emotions brewing within Kana threaten to topple the Sanctum's greatest caster.
Clothing Optional by Cheyenne Meadows
gay contemporary sensual romance
52079 words, 268 pages
$3.99 in ebook

What happens at the clothing optional resort stays at the clothing optional resort. Or does it?

What happens at the clothing optional resort stays at the clothing optional resort. Or so Brant thought. A past betrayal colored Brant's view on dating, leaving him content with flings and flybys. Until he met a man on the beach who gave him the motivation to challenge those ideas.

Dylan, fed up with his contracting job, heads to his best friend's resort for some much needed R and R. Little did he know that he'd just booked a cabin on a nude beach. If that wasn't mind-boggling enough, he also runs into a man who makes him want to believe in fairy tales and love at first sight.

The two of them hit it off and burn up the sheets. The magic between them is strong, but will it be enough to bind them together once their vacation ends and they're forced to return to their regularly scheduled lives?

Monday, November 14, 2016

Bestsellers for 3rd Quarter!

Fireborn Publishing is proud to present our bestsellers.
Bestselling books for 3rd quarter...
1. Daddy by Default by Shawn Bailey 

2. The Astral Mage (Captains to the Wolf #1) by Hurri Cosmo 

3. The Element Case (Quint and Clay Art Crimes #1) by Edward Kendrick 

4. It Takes an Archeologist... (Quint and Clay Art Crimes #4) by Edward Kendrick
5. It Takes an Artist... (Quint and Clay Art Crimes #2) by Edward Kendrick
6. It Takes a Forger... (Quint and Clay Art Crimes #3) by Edward Kendrick
7. Engagements Can Be Deadly by Edward Kendrick
8. After It Rains by Daniel James Zampini
9. Hung by the Chimney by Shawn Bailey
10. Never Alone (Werewolf U IV) by Brenna Lyons

Bestselling authors for 3rd quarter!

1. Edward Kendrick
2. Shawn Bailey
3. Hurri Cosmo
4. Brenna Lyons
5. Cheyenne Meadows

NEW RELEASE! The Recluse...

The Recluse by Edward Kendrick
gay contemporary sensual romance
36912 words, 189 pages
$3.99 in ebook

TV star Laird Wakefield died after a motorcycle accident--or so it was announced to the news outlets by his doctors. Not true. With his face horribly scarred, he has gone into total seclusion, living in what the townspeople call "the haunted mansion on the hill" for the past five years.

But that is about to change. On a dare from his brother, twenty-three-year-old Dev Pierson breaks into the mansion's basement. When Laird catches him in the act, Dev is terrified at first when he sees Laird's face and Rage, Laird's huge guard dog. Much to Dev's surprise, after he explains why he's there, Laird invites him upstairs for a drink.

Slowly, a friendship develops between the two men. Then the question becomes, can Dev convince Laird to face his fears and end his reclusive existence? And if he makes the attempt, will Laird survive emotionally?
A scream echoed through the mansion.

Devin heard it and froze in the dark of the basement, praying he wouldn't be found. There were stories about the place, about the thing that lived there--half human, half beast, or so it was said. He hadn't believed them until this moment. Even now, he wasn't certain he did.

It could be kids fooling around. Or...or someone exploring, like me, and maybe falling down the stairs. I should go see. What if they're...dead? Or dying?

He'd come to the mansion after work Tuesday night on a dare from his older brother, Alex. Sibling rivalry, even though they were twenty-three and twenty-four respectively. It had always been like that between them; the "Can you top this?" challenges.

Alex had been in town two weeks before for a three-day visit. When they'd driven through the neighborhood housing the mansion on the hill, Dev had told him the rumors he'd heard about it. Alex had immediately asked if Dev had checked it out.

"No way," Dev replied.

Alex grinned. "Scared?"

"No," Dev protested. "I'm not into breaking and entering."

"No one lives there, you said, other than some fairytale monster--as if--so that makes you a chicken."

"Damn, Alex, grow up. Would you go in there?"

Alex had thought about it, looking up at the imposing structure. Then he'd shook his head. "Nope. But I dare you to."

That had been it, not that Dev had immediately taken him up on the challenge, despite Alex's teasing taunts, during the rest of his visit, that Dev was afraid of the place. He wasn't, not really. He just had other things to keep him busy, between work and entertaining his brother. Alex had left, and Dev had figured that was the end of it. Still, his interest had been piqued, and when Alex sent him several emails about how he'd chickened out on the dare, Dev had decided what the hell.

There's probably no way I can get in there, anyway, without setting off alarms. The place has to have security up the wazoo. Then I can tell Alex I tried and that will be the end of it.

Fortunately--or unfortunately, he wasn't sure which--getting inside the mansion hadn't been a problem. After climbing a tree by the brick wall surrounding the yard then dropping to the ground, he'd begun creeping around the exterior looking for light shining through any of the windows. He was halfway around when he realized they were all covered with drapes. If anyone is in there, I wouldn't know it. That gave him pause, but a dare was a dare and he wasn't about to flake out and have Alex taunt him for the rest of his life about backing down, so he'd jimmied opened a basement window, expecting alarms to go off, giving him an excuse to leave--fast. That hadn't happened. Taking a deep breath, he'd climbed through, dropping to the floor quietly on sneaker-shod feet.

The room in the basement was dark, the only light coming from the almost-full moon shining through the windows behind him and the dim glow through the open door at the top of a flight of stairs that he could barely see at the far side of the room. Cautiously he'd started toward them, avoiding a large workbench on the way.

Then...the scream.


Laird stood in the pantry at the top of the basement stairs, smiling maliciously. His left hand rested on Rage's huge head. In his right hand, he held a small recorder. If that doesn't send whoever's down there running...

He listened for the sound of retreating footsteps, muttering invectives under his breath when, instead, they came closer. He pushed the button on the recorder again and an ear-piercing scream echoed through the pantry and down the stairs. He heard a gasp of fear.

Go. Whoever you are. You're not wanted here.

A moment later, the sound of someone hastily heading toward the basement windows made him smile with relief. Tell all your friends you heard someone being attacked. That should keep up the mythos that my home is haunted, if that's the tale at the moment.

He knew there was a chance that whoever it was might call the police. That didn't bother him in the least. The police knew he lived in the mansion and that he used Rage or sound effects to scare away any trespassers. Of course, it had taken a couple of visits by patrol officers back when he'd first moved in before they were convinced he was quite capable of handling things on his own.

One look at Rage--and at my face--and the officers knew anyone who dared enter the house would leave like the devil was after them, without help.

He started to return to his library, where he'd been deeply engrossed in the book he'd been reading before Rage's demeanor had alerted him to the trespasser. Now, a low growl from Rage stopped him. Signaling for the dog to be quiet, Laird listened.

Our intrepid explorer seems to have changed his mind about leaving.

"Stay," Laird ordered Rage under his breath. The dog froze, ready to attack if ordered to. Laird moved to the top of the stairs.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Shattered Magic is out for sale!

Shattered Magic (Devon Falls #3) by DM Roberto
contemporary shifter paranormal sensual romance
15786 words, 78 pages
$1.99 in ebook

A dragon shifter returns to Devon Falls to woo back his mate amid secrets from the past. Can a past full of heartbreak and pain heal amid the power of a second chance at love?

For Damien Dracon, returning to Devon Falls is filled with memories--memories of a love that sustained him until he made a choice that broke not only Alicia Stevens's heart but also his own. Now years later, he is back to make amends and see if the love that was between him and Alicia is still there. But the question the dragon shifter has to answer is whether the past full of regrets can be wiped away for a future filled with promise?

CONTENT ADVISORY: This is an extensively re-edited and expanded title. It was originally released under the title Fiery Magic.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

NEW RELEASE-A Gothic vampire for Halloween!

A Gothic vampire for Halloween!
Brougham Hall by Nicki J. Markus
historical Gothic/Regency vampire romance
70606 words, 335 pages in ebook/284 pages in print
$4.99 in ebook, $13.49 in print
NOTE: Print releases by Saturday!

A family estate falling into ruin. A young woman thrown into an unfamiliar world. Two brothers at odds over their secret. And an ancient malice that threatens destruction and death.

December 1822, Wiltshire, England

When Catherine goes to live with her highborn cousin's family at Brougham Hall, she expects restrictions on her previously free lifestyle and comments on her lack of social grace. What she does not anticipate is the loss of her heart, nor a web of dark family secrets that threaten the safety of everyone in the house.

Vampire twins Hal and James are Lord Grovely's guests. Though close in some respects, the different approach each takes to his vampiric nature puts a strain on their relationship. Having hoped for a pleasurable sojourn, they find themselves drawn into an unfolding drama in which their brotherly bond will be sorely tested.


Monday, 23 December 1822

"That's as far as I can take yer, miss."

Startled, Catherine turned in her seat and stared at the stagecoach driver. So absorbed had she been in her thoughts, she had failed to notice when the juddering vehicle came to a halt. The driver waited patiently by the open door while she gathered her faded mantle and her reticule and clambered out. She was grateful for the man's proffered hand. It was not her most elegant exit, but her legs were stiff from the arduous journey. In order to reach Wiltshire on time, she had taken few breaks, trapped inside one crowded coach after another, with only brief stops to water or change the horses en route between counties.

She opened her purse and paid the remainder of the fare, noticing how much lighter the bag was than when she set out. The coins Lord Grovely sent to cover her travel expenses dwindled, but thoughts of the regular allowance that awaited her at her destination reassured her.

As she cast the mantle about her shoulders, she glanced around, trying to get her bearings. By good fortune, the driver noticed her confusion and pointed to a nearby gate, beyond which she perceived a gravel path leading into the woods.

"Brougham 'all's down that way, miss. I 'ated the thought of a young woman cuttin' cross-country alone, and since me route was done fer the day and you me last passenger, I figured I'd bring yer the extra 'alf mile to save yer legs."

"Thank you, sir; that was most kind."

The driver dismissed her gratitude with a nod. "Yer can reach the main 'ouse on foot from 'ere." He paused. "Taking up a serving position with Lord Grovely, are yer, miss?"

"No." Catherine tore her gaze from the woods. "I am here for the end of the wedding celebrations. Lord Grovely is a distant relative of mine and I was invited here to be companion to his bride."

"Begging yer pardon, miss. I meant no offence."

"None taken."

The man's assumption did not surprise her, given her appearance and attire. Not to mention her mode of travel. Indeed, she believed herself to be the more shocked of the two. The arrival of the invitation to Brougham Hall had been unexpected. Lord Grovely's branch of the family had diverged from hers long ago, and the two had never been much in contact, being, as they were, of different social standing.

"Will yer manage all right wi' this?" The driver gestured to the small bag he had lifted out of the boot. "I can walk 'lon'side fer a bit, if yer need me."

Catherine considered the offer, but decided there was no need to inconvenience the man further. She had but a few dresses, so the bag was not heavy. She was used to long, country walks and could manage a short stroll through the woods unaccompanied. The path looked traversable, if a little cluttered by dead leaves.

"Thank you, but I will be perfectly fine on my own from here."

"Farewell then, miss," the driver said, tipping his hat. "I 'ope yer enjoy the celebrations. Folks say wedding in t' village church last week was quite the event." With that, he returned to the coach, climbed up, and turned the horses, heading back towards the main thoroughfare.

Catherine watched until the vehicle disappeared from sight around a corner; then she set off in the direction the driver had indicated. The rusty iron gate stuck when she tried to open it. She adjusted her grip on her bags and pushed harder. It inched back with a shuddering whine. Was this a rear entrance? It had to be. Lord Grovely doubtless had many highborn guests coming and going every day and would not leave the main approach to his estate in such disrepair. The driver must have brought her the back way under his assumption she was in service. She slipped through the gap and set her bags on the ground. With both hands, she forced the gate shut behind her, then gathered her meagre belongings and headed down the path.

The trees on either side were a jumble of dark, twisting, leafless branches that climbed skyward before converging to form a canopy overhead. The woodland was so dense she could not see far, and she was grateful for the last, weak rays of afternoon sun. Not much of the light made it through the crisscrossing roof of branches, but it was enough for her to see by. Enough to prevent the woods from seeming too sinister and forbidding. No doubt in high summer this forest would provide a pleasant place to walk, full of wildlife and woodland flowers, but now, in the dead of winter, she did not care to venture through it after dusk. At least not unaccompanied.

That was if her cousin's guardianship allowed her such liberty. At home, with only her mother and their maid, Maria, for company, she had enjoyed certain freedoms to which she had grown accustomed. She went out alone on long walks, spoke with whomsoever she pleased, and dressed with scant regard for fashion, keeping to none but the most rigorous conventions for suitable attire. Somehow, she doubted Lord Grovely would look on with an indulgent eye were she to return to the hall with her petticoat muddied, or address a man prior to a formal introduction.

In coming to Brougham Hall, Catherine knew, and her mother had oft repeated, that she would have to curtail her adventurous spirit and pay attention to her manners. During the four weeks prior to her departure, she had studied hard, revising the etiquette she would need to observe while with her cousin and his family. The mere idea of having to obey so many rules was stifling. How much worse would it be once she arrived and had to live by them?

The path continued on and on. The only sounds were the whistle of the wind through the trees and the crunch of dead foliage beneath her feet. The longer she walked, the more Catherine's spirits weighed her down, and her bags, light as they were, seemed a heavy burden. How much farther was it? Had the driver made a mistake? Was this not the correct way? She was beginning to wonder if she should turn back when she noticed a patch of light up ahead, brighter than any that had filtered through previous gaps in the tree line. She scurried towards it, and breathed a sigh of relief when she saw the edge of the wood and the open terrain beyond.

She emerged onto a gravelled driveway flanked by a dead, overgrown lawn. Something glinted in her peripheral vision and she glanced to her left. The sunlight reflected off the surface of a lake and, at the water's edge, a figure stood silhouetted. Catherine was about to call out a greeting, hoping the woman could assist her, but another fierce burst of mirrored light forced her to shield her eyes, and when she looked back, the figure was gone. It must have been a trick of the light. Either that or a hunger-vision. The thought of food made her stomach rumble and, upon reflection, she realised she had not eaten since breaking her fast at dawn. All the more reason to hurry to the house and make the acquaintance of those within before the dinner bell sounded. Turning from the lake, she looked ahead and took in her first view of Brougham Hall.

Lord Grovely's seat was not what she had expected. She had envisaged bright white columns and large windows. In reality, the house rose out of the ground like a lump of dark, misshapen stone. One wing looked closer to current architectural style, but the other appeared more a ruined castle, complete with turret and shadowed ramparts. It probably had been a castle once. She had anticipated a modern residence, fitted with every comfort of the age, but that was an absurd assumption now she thought about it. The Brougham family had resided here for several centuries, so of course, the original hall was old, with additions and repairs carried out in different styles by each subsequent generation.

The quality of the light changed as the sun dipped towards the horizon and, with the thought of dinner forefront in her mind, Catherine pressed on in the direction of the house.

Brougham Hall grew ever larger the closer she got and she acknowledged she had underestimated its size from a distance. It towered to three floors and, though lacking the marble columns she had imagined during her journey, possessed a rundown magnificence. She could imagine it as an illustration in a lurid novel of ancient curses, virginal heroines, and dashing heroes. And to think this was to be her new home. It would take hours to see all the rooms, let alone the gardens and woods.

It was only as she mounted the three steps to the front door that it occurred to her the stagecoach driver had brought her to the main entrance. She reflected again on the rusty, creaking gate and leaf-strewn path. Perhaps Lord Grovely did not entertain often after all. If so, her mother would be sorely disappointed. Although, if Lord Grovely were reclusive, it would explain why he had insisted Catherine make the long journey unaccompanied and why no one had come to meet her upon arrival.

Her mother's parting words came back to her, and remembrance of her duty subdued what initial excitement she had experienced at the thought of exploring the strange house and grounds.

"Ingratiate yourself." Her mother had insisted.

She had advised Catherine to please her relatives in any way possible, in the hope of raising her fortunes. As far as her mother was concerned, this was an excellent opportunity for Catherine to land herself a rich husband. Her mother's final comment as she boarded the coach had been--"Lord knows it would not kill the man to share some of his wealth and connections with his relatives."

Catherine had no plans to carry out her mother's wishes--she was no money-grabber, and thoughts of marriage could not have been farther from her mind--but the commandment lay heavy on her heart and enhanced her lethargy. A year ago, her mother would not have advocated such a plan either. Indeed, Catherine doubted she would have acquiesced to Lord Grovely's request and let Catherine go at all. However, she had been troubled with a lingering illness of late and was anxious to ensure Catherine, her only surviving child, would have financial security and a home when she was gone. Memories of her mother's wan face brought with them a feeling of melancholy and Catherine gave a small shake of her head, trying to dispel such thoughts.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Gay Vampire Menage out, just in time for HALLOWEEN!

Treats by Shawn Bailey
gay menage contemporary vampire Halloween erotic romance
29207 words, 158 pages
$2.99 in ebook

The most handsome guy Perry Hutchinson had ever seen stood on the stage, strumming a guitar and seemingly playing just for him. Perry is mesmerized by Asher Beringuel, leader of the band Svengali. If Asher would record one of his songs, Perry's life would be complete, but that isn't likely to happen. And he can't shake the feeling that he's met Asher before.

As he gazed into the crowd, the last person Asher expected to see was the love of his life, the guy he wanted to spend eternity with. Asher has watched over Perry for years, since he rescued Perry as a child from the hands of his evil master, Xavier. Asher has kept a low profile for several reasons, one being Perry might have a problem knowing he's a vampire.

When Xavier returns, it's up to Asher to reveal all to protect Perry or be guaranteed he'll lose him forever.

Friday, October 14, 2016

New release from Brenna Lyons!

Wolkin: Mellaia (Wolkin #1) by Brenna Lyons
A Council of Worlds Series
Science fiction paranormal shifter erotic romance
28997 words, 159 pages in ebook
$2.99 in ebook

When Mellaia's grandmother gives her a ritual dance to use to draw her perfect mate to her, little does she know the goddess Luna will call one of Her own sons to be that mate. Thrust into Grom's world, Mellaia is surrounded by magic and malice. Her people and Grom's have more in common than she ever would have guessed. Now it's up to her to prove it before someone kills her.

New Release from Susan Zoe Bella this week!

Rock the Night by Susan Zoe Bella
Contemporary fantasy erotic romance
36571 words, 192 pages in ebook/36529 words, 176 pages in print
$3.99 in ebook/$9.99 in print

An artist's dreams unlock the veil to an ancient love neither knew they shared, when her drawings show up as tattoos on his body. 
Let's get inked! 
Noah is a budding rock star, but concerns arise when a different tattoo shows up on his body while he sleeps. The mystical images vanish the following night, only to be replaced by new ones the next morning. Noah is worried that the freaky tattoos will tarnish his image. However, when he meets famous music producer, Sid Shady, Noah discovers that anything goes on the path to fame. 
Hayley is an artist and an old soul. Living alone in a home passed down through the family, she loves the simple things in life and her job at the metro art gallery. When she sees her drawings as tattoos on local talent Noah McNally, she's compelled to meet him and uncover the mystery behind his tattoos. 
When Noah and Hayley meet, they feel an instant connection but neither knows why. Her unexpected attraction to him ignites a fire neither can control. She ravishes him in the park one night, much to his delight. As the sparks continue to fly, the hauntings begin. 
A bit of Celtic lore, a determined spirit, and an angry banshee show Noah and Hayley the truth about love--and lies. How can they be in love if they're from totally different worlds--or are they? 
CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-edited, re-release title. There are scenes of public sex.

Friday, October 7, 2016

New Release from Edward Kendrick out today!

Sing for Their Supper by Edward Kendrick
M/M contemporary sensual romance
40875 words, 217 pages
$3.99 in ebook

The Press Release said it all.

Children of the street. Homeless adults. As you walk by them, have you thought about why they're there? Have you wondered about their hopes and dreams? Has it occurred to you that most want to escape living on the streets and make a better life for themselves?

Nine homeless teens and adults are doing exactly that at Tuck Williams' new Vale Lake Theater. Nine singers, dancers, and musicians, ranging in age from sixteen to fifty, have combined their talents to bring the musical Oliver! to the stage.

The musical is a reflection of their own lives on the street, as it follows one young boy from his miserable existence on the streets of Victorian London while he searches for someone who will love him. Along the way, he forges friendships with others facing the same plight--just as the cast of Oliver! at Vale Lake Theater is doing.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Looking for December releases! Bring on the submissions!

I'm signing contracts on books in December right now. If you've got something ready, especially if it's any sort of winter holiday book...even a Thanksgiving book, send it on!

Friday, September 30, 2016

NEW RELEASE this week!

Permanent Moonlight (Rough Riders #4)
by AJ Llewellyn & DJ Manly
gay action contemporary mystery erotic romance
41796 words, 206 pages
$3.99 in ebook

When Diego Champagne realizes that he can't live without Colby Young, he comes up with a plan that will free him from the Banni motorcycle gang forever. He's prepared to leave everything behind and make a new life for the man he loves and the children for whom Colby is now responsible. But he can tell no one, not even Colby, if he hopes to carry it off.

Colby's having problems accepting that if he's to remain the guardian of his niece and nephew, he must stay clear of the Banni, and that means Diego. Given Colby's past, he's being watched like a hawk, and not just by Child Protection Services. Then Colby's world spirals out of control when a member of the Banni informs Colby that they found Diego's body burnt beyond recognition, along with his vest and bike. Miserable and angry at the world, Colby ends up in more trouble, his entire world held together by a thread.

Meanwhile, Diego must fulfill a promise to the leader of the Texas Crushers, who ironically helps him escape from the Banni life. Putting miles and time between him and the man he loves, Diego sets the wheels in motion that will prepare the stage for a crime-free life with Colby and the children. Question is, how will he tell Colby he's not dead, and will Colby ever forgive him for keeping the truth from him?

CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-edited, re-release title.