Posts in category Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday – My Highlan...

Throwback Thursday – My Highland Cowboy by Alexa Milne

  Duncan McLeish owns a ranch. Unlike most ranches, this one is in the Scottish Highlands. Having inherited a failing farm from his grandfather, he turns it into a successful business. He has friends and he loves his home, but he’s lonely, and not even infrequent trips to Glasgow and Edinburgh slake that thirst to […]

Throwback Thursday – Seven Minu...

Throwback Thursday – Seven Minutes by Grace Kilian Delaney

  Can love be found in seven minutes? Heavy metal singer Stone Manson never acknowledged his attraction to men. But when he meets sexy cross-dresser Devon at a party and ends up paired with him for a game of Seven Minutes in Heaven, he can’t deny his reaction. His confusion leads him to mess up—big […]

Throwback Thursday – Kept Tears...

Throwback Thursday – Kept Tears by Jana Denardo

  Having left most of his arm and his self-confidence behind in the Afghanistan desert, young veteran Aaron Santori has enough on his plate learning to use his prosthetic arm. Attending graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh makes life both interesting and challenging. Mentally, he’s ill prepared for meeting Rhys Edwards, a young-adult novelist […]

Throwback Thursday – Better by ...

Throwback Thursday – Better by Jaime Samms

Better started out as a much shorter story on my website a long time ago. I wanted to write about the quiet guy and the outgoing, happy-go-lucky guy getting together. About why a guy who seems to have the world in the palm of his hand might be drawn to someone who doesn’t want to […]

Throwback Thursday – The Gilded...

Throwback Thursday – The Gilded Scarab by Anna Butler

  When Captain Rafe Lancaster is invalided out of the Britannic Imperium’s Aero Corps after crashing his aerofighter during the Second Boer War, his eyesight is damaged permanently, and his career as a fighter pilot is over. Returning to Londinium in late November 1899, he’s lost the skies he loved, has no place in a […]

Throwback Thursday – The Best b...

Throwback Thursday – The Best by Tinnean

  Ransom Burke, the handsome, wealthy, gay CEO of Burke, Burke, and Hammett, has implemented a strict no-fraternization rule for his firm. And with good reason—his father’s profligate ways almost destroyed the family company. Ransom’s new policy works well until he comes into the office one day and sees Parrish Rutledge, his new executive secretary. […]

Throwback Thursday – The Cravin...

Throwback Thursday – The Craving by Z. Allora

  The craving is an undeniable urge that drives K’Dane citizens to find their life mates—if only to sate their uncontrollable physical longings. Thrilled at being named a Chosen, Phoenix Dotir leaves K’Dane to become an artist-monk who will create dimensional art capable of changing worlds. Living by the monastery’s Principles of Purity will surely […]

Throwback Thursday – What’...

Throwback Thursday – What’s in a Name by Pat Henshaw

  Since I learned to read and write, I’ve wanted to become an author. In January 2015, Dreamspinner Press published What’s in a Name? and I fulfilled a life-long dream. Then Dreamspinner published seven more novellas in the series over the next two years. Not only has my dream come true, but I feel like […]

Throwback Thursday – The Deadly...

Throwback Thursday – The Deadly Lies by David C. Dawson

  The Deadly Lies is the second in the Dominic Delingpole Mysteries series. The first: The Necessary Deaths was published a year ago, and won an FAPA award for mystery and suspense.   For Throwback Thursday, David agreed to answer a few questions for us about himself. We’re very grateful for his appearance on the […]

Throwback Thursday – Falling Sn...

Throwback Thursday – Falling Snow on Snow by Lou Sylvre

Beck Justice knows holiday sparkle and snappy carols only mask December’s cruel, black heart. He learned that lesson even before he landed on the streets eight years ago, and his recent step up to a tiny apartment and a busker’s permit for Seattle’s Pike Place Market has done nothing to change his mind. But one […]