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Throwback Thursday – The Vampir...

Throwback Thursday – The Vampire Guard series by Elizabeth Noble

Where legend and myth meet science and technology: The Vampire Guard Welcome to The Vampire Guard, where myth meets science—to devastating effect. When the threat is too great for human law enforcement to handle, world leaders turn to Akhkharu Nasaru: The Vampire Guard. Forge, Blair, Lucas, and Declan are recruited by one of the world’s […]

Readers & Writers for LGBT Chech...

Readers & Writers for LGBT Chechens

  You may have heard the news coming out of Chechnya, part of the Russian Federation, where police are kidnapping gay men (and those they perceive to be gay) and taking them to camps for torture and state-sanctioned murder. Readers & Writers for LGBT Chechens is raising money for organizations working directly with gay men […]

Throwback Thursday – Relative B...

Throwback Thursday – Relative Best by Pat Henshaw

  Thanks for having me here, Grace! Relative Best, #5 in the Foothills Pride series, is one of my favorites in the series because it’s about our search for finding family if our families aren’t accepting or loving. Like all the Foothills Pride series, it can be read as a standalone, so those who haven’t […]

Acceptance (Forbes Mates 3) – O...

Acceptance (Forbes Mates 3) – Out Today!!

Finding his mate is the least of Quincy’s worries–keeping Miles alive is the real priority…and will take every ounce of creativity Quincy has. Published by Dreamspinner Press Release date: July 8, 2016 236 pages Cover artist: Reese Dante   Blurb: Dr. Miles Grant acknowledges that his destined mate could be either gender even though his bisexuality cost […]

What About Now – Out Today!!

What About Now – Out Today!!

If Braden can forgive, open his mind, and get past his fears, he might get back the best thing he’s ever had–and more. Published by Dreamspinner Press Release date: May 9, 2016 100,000 words, 240 pages Cover artist: Reese Dante Preorder available here on April 8, 2016   Blurb: Five years ago, everything went wrong. […]

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 51:...

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 51: Learning Curves, part 12

Oh, Adel, what have you gotten yourself into this time? Growth, part 1 ~ Growth, part 50   Adel stepped into the bathing room in Bathasar’s chambers and hesitated just inside the door. It looked much like the bathing room he had in his own chambers, if a little larger. The tub was bigger and there […]

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 50:...

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 50: Learning Curves, part 11

  Growth, part 1 ~ Growth, part 49   Ghalib whined, doing his best to gather the two brain cells he needed to answer. “Can’t,” got forced through his lips. “Can’t? Can’t what?” “Can’t… come,” Ghalib muttered which turned into a cry when Nadir’s nose bumped him and the tip of his cock stimulated when Nadir […]

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 49:...

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 49: Learning Curves, part 10

Oh Adel, I think you’re finally seeing the appeal of this, aren’t you? Growth, part 1 ~ Growth, part 48   They unhooked him quickly and helped him onto the bed. Adel knelt at Nadir’s head and Bathasar at his ass. Before Adel could so much as reach for the ties on his pants, Nadir had […]

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 48:...

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 48: Learning Curves, part 9

Now you’re getting the idea, Adel… Growth, part 1 ~ Growth, part 47   After Adel nodded, Nadir stood—Adel noted his cock seemed even harder, leaking even more—and they crossed over to Bathasar’s big bed. After showing him the hooks, he helped Bathasar anchor Nadir to the posts with by the cuffs. Bathasar wrapped two more […]

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 47:...

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 47: Learning Curves, part 8

Oh, Mikey, I think he likes it! Growth, part 1 ~ Growth, part 46   Adel chuckled. “Indeed. So you have… pet names for them?” “Oh yes. I call Teman ‘my love’ and Nadir, when we play, I call ‘pet.’ I know a few others who use names like ‘girl’ or ‘boy’ or the like. Again, […]