Posts tagged Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday – The Necess...

Throwback Thursday – The Necessary Deaths by David C. Dawson

  A young man. Unconscious in a hospital bed. His life is in the balance from a drugs overdose. Attempted suicide or attempted murder? British lawyer Dominic Delingpole investigates, with the help of his larger than life partner Jonathan McFadden. Compromising photographs of senior politicians and business chiefs are discovered. Is the young man a […]

Throwback Thursday – Edge Jump ...

Throwback Thursday – Edge Jump by Elizabeth Noble

  Brett Rocha retired from pro-hockey while still at the top of his game. Co-owner of a chain of restaurants and an inherited ice skating academy, he seems to have it all. Despite his fame, wealth, and good fortune, though, Brett suddenly finds himself painfully alone. Ex-Olympic figure skating star Rylan Hennessy transitioned to professional […]

Throwback Thursday – Shying Awa...

Throwback Thursday – Shying Away by Kate Sherwood

  Quinn Donahue will do anyone once, so when Aaron Miller spots Quinn making his moves in a Vancouver gay bar, Aaron thinks he’s found just the guy to relieve him of his unwanted virginity. Quinn, however, has apparently decided to make an exception to his usual open-bed policy. He may be an unrepentant connoisseur […]

Throwback Thursday – The One an...

Throwback Thursday – The One and Only by MA Church

  Just released! The last werecat book is now live and in KU! Turmoil in the West Falls clowder has reached a boiling point. The elders are meeting in secret, a death looms on the horizon, and the werecat goddess, Bast, is determined that nothing stops her plans.   Blurb:   Turmoil in the West […]

Throwback Thursday – For a Rain...

Throwback Thursday – For a Rainy Afternoon by RJ Scott

  Maybe it’s not just Robbie and Jason that can have the greatest love story ever told. Robbie runs a small Post Office made from a converted Station House in a village northwest of London, England. He is stunned when a close friend dies and leaves him half of her estate. The only proviso is […]

Throwback Thursday – On Wings o...

Throwback Thursday – On Wings of Song by Anne Barwell

Thanks for hosting me, Grace. I’ve always been fascinated by stories about WWI, and especially the Christmas Truce when soldiers on both sides laid down their weapons and celebrated Christmas together. Putting faces to their enemies made it difficult for these men to fight each other again, and many protested the fact. Those in command […]

Throwback Thursday – The Sorcer...

Throwback Thursday – The Sorcerer’s Guardian by Antonia Aquilante

  Savarin, the most powerful sorcerer in Tournai, has honed his Talent through years of study and made magic his life. Among the wealthy and noble circles he moves in, no one would suspect the handsome, refined, and arrogant sorcerer’s humble beginnings, which is how Savarin prefers it. Tournai’s princes task Savarin with studying and […]

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 […]

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