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Dreamspinner Press Years One & Two Greatest Hits

by Bethany Brown Zahra Owens Isabelle Rowan Ashlyn Kane Jane Seville J. M. Colail

Enjoy a selection of the greatest hits of gay romance published by Dreamspinner Press combined into one exclusive volume: By Zahra Owens: Diplomacy, the struggle of two men's desperate attraction and an impossible relationship conducted in the diplomatic world; by J.M. Colail: Wes & Toren, the tale of angsty teenage romance that reminded readers that love can conquer all; by Bethany Brown and Ashlyn Kane: True North, showing the struggle to build a relationship despite one man's reluctance to be open about his sexuality and the other's shattered confidence; by Isabelle Rowan: A Note in the Margin, the tearjerker with a happy ending after two men reevaluate life, love, and what is wanted from both; and by Jane Seville: Zero at the Bone, a high-octane adventure featuring a weary hitman who stole readers' hearts when he spared an innocent life and fell in love.

aka Connie Bailey

by Connie Bailey Toki Malthea Persephone Roth Stefan Seabourne

Author Connie Bailey has written in a wide variety of genres under different pen names. Now check out this exclusive bundle of several of her different works all in one place! Enjoy these stories featuring an undercover policeman and a drug lord's boytoy, an unlikely vampire and his hipster/geek love, two men hiding a secret in an arranged marriage, a young prince and his bodyguard, and two imperial army recruits fighting for honor and love. Five stories in one volume!

Sire

by Kate Pavelle

A companion to Broken GaitA Steel City StoryA new transfer, Robbie Kowalski embraces his fresh start at Three Rivers Academy. Freedom from football, delightfully challenging academics, family support--Robbie is thrilled. No more fumbles, no more gay taunts, and a refreshing challenge at blending in with the kids of rich people, the sort his dad usually works for. Robbie's even willing to work in his dad's carpentry business to help pay tuition, especially once he gets to know his cute lab partner, Brent. Brent Kenson, competitive rider and key man in his uncle's stable, schemes to escape the legal career his dad has all planned out for him. He almost pulls it off too, until a scorching kiss from Robbie turns his world upside down. When Brent discovers his dad is not his real father, his world flips again, and he's left reeling and desperate for escape. With time running out, Robbie must find a way to help Brent confront his fear of rejection and embrace who he is before Brent takes a drastic step to end his pain--permanently.

First

by K. C. Wells

It's taken Tommy Newsome a while to get his head around being gay. Growing up in a small town in Georgia hasn't prepared him for the more liberal life of a student at the university in Athens. Add to that the teachings of his parents and his church, and you have one shy young man who feels out of his depth. Working on his daddy's farm hasn't given him any chance of a social life, certainly not one like the clubs of Atlanta have on offer. Not that Tommy feels comfortable when he gets to sample it--Momma's lectures still ring loudly inside his head. All that changes when he goes to his first gay bar and sets eyes on Mike Scott. When Mike's not behind the bar at Woofs, he's busy with his life as adult entertainer Scott Masters. Twenty years in the industry and the times, they are a-changing. Mike's not had much luck in the relationship department, but as his mom is fond of telling him, you keep fishing in the same pond, you're gonna reel in the same kind of fish. Maybe it's time for a change. And then a beautiful young man asks Mike to be his first....

Devotion

by Grace R. Duncan

Forbes Mates: Book OneFinley Cooper is tired of waiting for his destined mate to be ready to claim him. In deference to human laws, he's already agreed to wait until he's eighteen. But now his birthday has come and gone--and his mate has a new set of excuses. Finley doesn't understand it any more than his wolf does, and he's beginning to wonder if fate made a mistake. Tanner Pearce wants nothing more than to claim his mate, but he worries that Finley is too young. Tanner will never forget what happened when his best friend mated at Finley's age, only to have that mate end up feeling trapped and breaking their bond. While rare, it can happen, and the fallout Tanner witnessed as his best friend tried to deal with the break has haunted him for years. When Finley finally has enough, he threatens to find someone who will claim him if Tanner doesn't, and Tanner realizes he needs to come to terms with his fears or risk losing his mate forever.

Snowbound

by Jana Denardo

2nd EditionSoldiers of the Sun: Book TwoThe 1930s have more to worry about than the Depression. Demons walk the earth, leaving the human race relying on those who can see the demons to fight them. As the Soldiers of the Sun make their way back to their base in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Caleb, Temple, and Agni find themselves snowbound in Mount Washington. With nothing to do but wait for a break in the weather or the next demon attack, whichever comes first, the three partners have the luxury of time to explore their mutual attraction and affection. Before they get far in that exploration, they end up in another fight for their lives--a fight Temple might lose. First Edition published in Necking by Dreamspinner Press, 2010.

Before Sundown

by Lisa Worrall

Samuel Somerfield is used to the oppressive heat of the Texas plains, and in the year 1892 things get even hotter when ranch hand Eli Watkins walks onto the job. Every stolen glance, every searing touch from Eli tilts Samuel's world on its axis. He wants only to spend the rest of his life in Eli's arms. But Samuel's cruel and domineering father has other plans for him. Samuel must marry Eleanor Johnston and give his father the social standing he craves. Eli knew falling in love with Samuel would cause problems, yet even he never dreamed Mr. Somerfield would go to such lengths to keep his son and him apart. After Somerfield orders a beating that leaves Eli disfigured and embarrassed, Eli takes a job on another ranch far from Samuel. News of Samuel's impending wedding eventually reaches Eli, and he realizes he must return to the man he loves, despite what might await him, and try to save Samuel from a life he was not meant to live.

Rough Draft

by Leo D'Entremont

Elliot "Ray" Douglas is an army veteran with PTSD and a closet full of secrets. Discharged and alone after an explosion on the battlefield and the implosion of his sham marriage, Ray is salvaging what's left of his life. Attending a community college should help him adjust to civilian life and give him a sense of direction again--if Ray survives one hot teacher hell-bent on getting to know him. Young adjunct English professor Brian Randall enjoys challenging his students and tends to get under their skins. Brian decides to push Ray not only in Composition I, but also in facing himself and dealing with his issues. While coping with the death of a squadmate and the destruction of the only life he's known, Ray will face his greatest fear--admitting he's gay. This semester is Ray's chance at making a new life for himself, and if all goes well, Brian will make sure he's a part of it.

Predator in Paradise

by Shelter Somerset

Backpacking in California's Laguna Mountains to repair their troubled ten-year relationship, Owen Underwood and Dwayne Bosco never imagined their four-day "therapeutic excursion" would turn into twelve days of terror. Stalked by a ferocious, unwavering mountain lion, they find refuge the only place they can--on the roof of a boarded-up miner's cabin. To stay alive they must keep the fierce, hungry predator from reaching them. As the hours stretch into days, hope for rescue fades. Dwindling provisions and exposure begin to eat away at their bodies and minds. Their new hell makes their carefree college days where they first met at a fraternity party seem light years away. With each escape plan falling apart, their only deliverance might come with death. Yet even as they face their demise, they wonder if they can find the love they once had for each other to at least utter a final good-bye.

Easy Evenings

by Mary Calmes

Mangrove StoriesLazlo Maguire doesn't do relationships--he does transactions. Six months of the year, he's an expensive rent boy in Manhattan, and he moves so fast that settling down could not, would not, ever enter his mind... except for once. Britton Lassiter he meets man to man, not as hustler and mark, and it's too good to be true when the lawyer wants to keep Lazlo even if he has to share him with the job. But Lazlo has his reasons to walk away from the man he's grown to love. The other six months of the year, he is laid-back Laz, a shopkeeper in the sleepy coastal town of Mangrove, Florida, where the artist he never allows himself to be in the Big Apple shines through. He lives for his time by the ocean, the place he hides his secrets and nurses his broken heart. Then fate intervenes, and Laz gets the surprise of his life when he spies Britton in Mangrove--but it's not meant to be... not until Britton sees the change in him and wants to be a part of Laz's new life so that every evening can be easy... together. Hopefully the secrets that tore them apart won't come back to haunt them.

Piece of Cake

by Mary Calmes

A Matter of Time StoryAfter years of domestic partnership, Jory Harcourt and Sam Kage are finally going to make it official in their home state of Illinois. It's been a long and rocky road, and nothing--not disasters at work, not the weather, not a possible stalker, not even getting beat up and having to attend the ceremony looking like he just got mugged--will make Jory wait one more day to make an honest man of the love of his life. Should be a piece of cake, right?

Love Comes Unheard

by Andrew Grey

A Senses Series StoryGarrett Bowman is shocked that fate has brought him to a family who can sign. He's spent much of his life on the outside looking in, even within his biological family, and to be accepted and employed is more than he could have hoped for. With Connor, who's included him in his family, Garrett has found a true friend, but with the distant Brit Wilson Haskins, Garrett may have found something more. In no time, Garrett gets under Wilson's skin and finds his way into Wilson's heart, and over shared turbulent family histories, Wilson and Garrett form a strong bond. Wilson's especially impressed with the way Garrett's so helpful to Janey, Connor and Dan's daughter, who is also deaf. When Wilson's past shows up in the form of his brother Reggie, bringing unscrupulous people to whom Reggie owes money, life begins to unravel. These thugs don't care how they get their money, what they have to do, or who they might hurt. Without the strength of love and the bonds of family and friends, Garrett and Wilson could pay the ultimate price.

Speaking of Dreams

by Stephen Osborne

When it's meant to be, it's useless to fight it. Four years ago a drowning accident brutally ripped Jason out of artist Frank Hunter's life. As he celebrates his forty-fifth birthday with his friends, Frank knows his dating life is over. A chance meeting with Donny Rodriquez, however, shakes Frank's world to its core. Donny is twenty years Frank's junior, but so full of life and vitality that Frank knows he has to paint the young man. Donny agrees, although he makes his romantic interest in Frank plain. Frank does his best to put Jason and the past behind him, but the memory of his late lover won't let him go. Yet Donny sparks something in Frank, and after several disastrous dates with men his own age, Frank ends up back with Donny. Donny soon learns that to win Frank's heart, he must not only bridge the age gap but find a way to enable Frank to let go of the past.

Other Side of the Line

by Marguerite Labbe

Caleb Hudson and Hal Zimmer became best friends the day they stood up against the schoolyard bully together. Life's complicated enough with their friendship crossing racial lines in 1960s Charleston, South Carolina, but as time passes, they realize it's more than their friendship that sets them apart from other kids. At first, Caleb denies his feelings for Hal could be more than companionship. He supports his friend when Hal admits he's gay, but Caleb isn't ready to face his own truth. Hal becomes a staunch antiwar protester, and the divide between them widens after Caleb is drafted. But when Caleb returns from Vietnam, the time for denial is over. His homecoming sets off a series of events that force Caleb and Hal to confront their desires and what lines they're willing to cross to get what they truly want out of life.

Designs of Desire

by Tempeste O'Riley

Desires Entwined: Book OneArtist James Bryant has forearm crutches in every color from rainbow for fun to sleek black for business. He even has a pair with more paint splatters than metal. After his family's rejection and abuse from a man he thought loved him, James only just gets through the day by painting. He lives in constant fear that he's not worthy of anything, let alone love. As CEO of his company, Carrington Enterprises, Seth Burns is a take-charge kind of guy, and he is instantly smitten by the artist helping with his newest project. When he witnesses James suffer a panic attack, a protective instinct he never knew he had kicks in. He truly believes nothing is unobtainable--including James--if he's willing to put in the time and effort. James is shy and confused by Seth's interest in him as a person. With Seth's support, can he work through his fears to finally find the true love he deserves, or will someone finally land the crushing blow he won't survive?

Cardinal Sins

by Lissa Kasey

Hidden Gem: Book TwoParis Hansworth, star whore turned senator and the most powerful man in City M, has been hiding his terminal illness for years. Searching for a way to reverse the toxic environment that's killing him, Paris stumbles upon a lost research facility, and a merman named Rain. Years alone have made Rain long for companionship, and the beautiful man on the other side of the glass intrigues him. But Rain speaks the wrong language, and is decades out of touch. He isn't quite sure what to think of the new environment he's been thrust into. As a virus spreads through the city targeting City M's most private residents--A-Ms--Paris realizes he's out of time. He's willing to sacrifice everything, even his own life, to stop it. But Rain might just be the missing DNA link to explain the mutations created in the last plague, maybe even the cure. Watching Paris race to save his friends, Rain knows he's found someone special and will do anything to stay by his side. But the past Paris thought he'd escaped is seeking revenge, and he's forced to adapt yet again, possibly even becoming a monster. He only hopes Rain will still want him.

How to Be a Normal Person

by Tj Klune

Gustavo Tiberius is not normal. He knows this. Everyone in his small town of Abby, Oregon, knows this. He reads encyclopedias every night before bed. He has a pet ferret called Harry S. Truman. He owns a video rental store that no one goes to. His closest friends are a lady named Lottie with drag queen hair and a trio of elderly Vespa riders known as the We Three Queens. Gus is not normal. And he's fine with that. All he wants is to be left alone. Until Casey, an asexual stoner hipster and the newest employee at Lottie's Lattes, enters his life. For some reason, Casey thinks Gus is the greatest thing ever. And maybe Gus is starting to think the same thing about Casey, even if Casey is obsessive about Instagramming his food. But Gus isn't normal and Casey deserves someone who can be. Suddenly wanting to be that someone, Gus steps out of his comfort zone and plans to become the most normal person ever. After all, what could possibly go wrong?

Keys

by Amber Kell

City of Keys: Book OneMy name is Octavius Septimus Stalk, but my friends call me Oss. I live in the City of Keys, a town of gears, keys, locks, and wonder. Our forefathers banished magic long ago, bolted the doors and locked everything up tight to keep people out and the town's secrets in. Four Lock Lords control what information is left, and everyone else is left struggling to survive. Despite what Thorne, my naïve lover, thinks, I was an orphan, but not a victim. When I walked the streets at the age of twelve, I learned fast where to steal the best food, how to use my daggers, and where to hide my would-be attackers' bodies. No one suspected me of such violence. No one knew then or now that I have magic inside me. Now, power-hungry men intend to release the magic for their own benefit--at the expense of the rest of the city. We will stop them, even if Thorne must battle his own kin, even if I must reveal my hidden talents and the role I seem destined to play.

Just a Sketch

by A. J. Marcus

Leo Caldwell's life can be summed up in two words: ho hum. His job at a tech-support call center offers little in the way of excitement and outside of spending time with his two best friends, Felix and Julie, his social life is nonexistent. When Felix decides it's time for the three of them to try something new to spice things up, they go all out... and take a drawing class at the local library. But that's when everything changes. Leo meets Aud Sorenson, owner of Bright Thoughts Gallery and resident art teacher at the library. When Aud gets to know Leo and his friends, he feels an instant connection with the cute and geeky Leo and asks him to pose for a sketch. As sparks fly between them, Aud discovers he has a stalker who's willing to do anything he can to make sure Aud is his and his alone. Aud and Leo hope their blossoming feelings will be enough to see them through the chaos that erupts around them.

The Second Son

by John Inman

It's an old, old story: a tale of the consequences of good and evil. Plus the limitless power of faith and love, and how they can forever change an empty life. When Charlie Strickland, a reclusive artist living in the backwoods of Indiana, opens his door to find a handsome young stranger standing naked on his front porch, an astounding odyssey begins. It doesn't take Charlie long to fall head over heels in love with his oddly innocent visitor. The young man calls himself Joe. Just Joe. But when amazing things begin to happen, Charlie soon comes to realize who Joe really is. What follows will turn Charlie's world, and everyone else's, upside down.

No Good Deed

by Michael Rupured

2nd EditionA Philip Potter StoryOn Christmas Eve in 1966, Philip Potter, a kind-hearted Smithsonian curator, wraps up his last-minute shopping. Meanwhile, James, his lover of several years, takes his own life back in their home. Unaware of what awaits him, Philip drops off gifts at a homeless shelter, an act of generosity that will later make him a suspect in the murder of a male prostitute. Following James's shocking death, two men enter Philip's life--and both drive yellow Continentals. One of them, though, is a killer, with the blood of at least six hustlers on his hands. And both are hiding something. As Philip is about to discover, no good deed goes unpunished.First Edition published as After Christmas Eve by MLR Press, 2013.

An Ordinary Hero

by Therese Woodson

As a paramedic, Ryan Bishop has responded to his fair share of bizarre situations. However, he's not prepared when he meets Phillip, a local man who keeps popping up to save the day. Everyone lauds Phillip as a hero, but he prefers to stay in the background, going so far as to refuse medical treatment. Ryan is intrigued, not only by Phillip's unassuming manner, but also by his ability to be in the right place at the right time. Ryan wants some answers and maybe even a date. What he gets is an unexpected part in Phillip's origin story.

If I Were Fire

by Heloise West

In 18th century Siena, Count Salvesto Masello returns home to find the family villa and his father's estate deeply in debt. In order to save it, he sells valuable heirlooms, but he is running out of silverware. Somewhere in the villa, his deceased father has hidden the art treasures that will pay the debt--but Salvesto can't find them anywhere. Amadeo Neruccio has been on the run from the vicious pimp, thief, and pawnbroker Guelfetto, whose toughs finally catch him and bring him to the cellar where Count Masello is selling off his silver. When the count learns what fate Guelfetto has in store for Amadeo, he intervenes, and trades the last of his mother's dowry for the young man's freedom. Salvesto left home over ten years ago to live the life of adventure he craved and leave his broken heart behind. When he rescues Amadeo, he does not expect to find love again--or the start of his next adventure.

Save Yourself

by John Goode

A Tales from Foster High StoryMatt Wallace returns to Foster to be with his high school crush, Tyler. They're finally together, but Tyler's past is still a mystery to Matt. When the truth comes out, Matt is forced to decide if he can handle learning about what Tyler did, or if he'd be better off to cut ties and run.

Withered + Sere

by Tj Klune

Once upon a time, humanity could no longer contain the rage that swelled within, and the world ended in a wave of fire. One hundred years later, in the wasteland formerly known as America, a broken man who goes only by the name of Cavalo survives. Purposefully cutting himself off from what remains of civilization, Cavalo resides in the crumbling ruins of the North Idaho Correctional Institution. A mutt called Bad Dog and a robot on the verge of insanity comprise his only companions. Cavalo himself is deteriorating, his memories rising like ghosts and haunting the prison cells. It's not until he makes the dangerous choice of crossing into the irradiated Deadlands that Cavalo comes into contact with a mute psychopath, one who belongs to the murderous group of people known as the Dead Rabbits. Taking the man prisoner, Cavalo is forced not only to face the horrors of his past, but the ramifications of the choices made for his stark present. And it is in the prisoner that he will find a possible future where redemption is but a glimmer that darkly shines. The world has died. This is the story of its remains

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