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Omorphi (Elpida (Français) #1)

by Bénédicte Girault C. Kennedy

Élève de terminale, Michael Sattler mène une vie de rêve. C'est un athlète vedette accompli, il a de bons amis, et des parents qui l'aiment exactement comme il est. La seule chose qui manque dans sa vie c'est un petit ami. C'est un problème parce qu'il n'a avoué son homosexualité qu'à ses parents et à son meilleur ami. Lorsqu'il heurte accidentellement Christy Castle à l'école, sa vie change d'une façon qu'il n'aurait jamais pu imaginer. Christy est l'homme de ses rêves : intelligent, beau, et sexy. Cependant, rien n'aurait pu préparer Michael à ce qu'entraînerait le fait d'être le petit ami de Christy. Christy a besoin de se reconstruire après des années d'abus, et il sait qu'il a besoin d'aide pour le faire. Après la mort de son père tristement célèbre, il quitte sa Grèce natale et s'installe dans l'État de New York. Seul, effrayé, et incapable d'utiliser sa voix, Christy cache la myriade de cicatrices de sa maltraitance. Il veut désespérément être aimé et lorsqu'il rencontre Michael, il ose espérer que ce jour est enfin arrivé. Lorsque l'un des coéquipiers de Michael devient un ennemi, et qu'un des agresseurs du passé de Christy cherche à le ramener à une vie d'esclavage, seules leurs forces combinées et leur détermination inébranlable pourront les sauver de la violence qui menace de détruire leur avenir ensemble.

Power Play (Scoring Chances #3)

by Avon Gale

A Scoring Chances NovelA freak accident during the Stanley Cup Playoffs put an end to Max Ashford's hockey career. Despite everything, Max gets back into the game he loves--only this time, behind the bench as an assistant coach of the Spartanburg Spitfires, the worst team in the entire league. But nothing prepares him for the shock when he learns the new head coach is Misha Samarin, the man who caused Max's accident. After spending years guilt-ridden for his part in Max's accident, Russian native Misha Samarin has no idea what to do when he's confronted with Max's presence. Max's optimism plays havoc with Misha's equilibrium--as does the fierce attraction that springs up between them. Not only must they navigate Misha's remorse and a past he's spent a lifetime trying to forget, but also a sleazy GM who is determined to use their history as a marketing hook. But when an unwelcome visitor targets a player, Misha revisits his darkest days, and that might cost him and Max the beginning they've worked so hard to build.

Order in the Court (The Survivor's Club #2)

by Casey Lawrence

Sequel to Out of OrderA Survivor's Club NovelCorey Nguyen watched her three best friends fall victim to a killer, but it's becoming clear her ordeal won't end there. While trying to be a college student, have some kind of social life, and just be normal again, she learns the murderer is demanding a trial. He claims he's innocent and was forced into confessing--which means Corey will have to testify to what she saw. The idea of facing the killer in court worsens Corey's anxiety and forces her to relive the horrifying events of that night. And just when she thinks things can't get worse, she realizes her mother and the prosecuting attorney are probably more than friends. All Corey wants is to put the tragedy behind her, but it's clear the end is not yet in sight.

Do-Gooder

by J. Leigh Bailey

Seventeen-year-old Isaiah Martin knows what they say about good intentions, and he finds out it's all true. After all, he had the best of intentions when he stepped in to stop a friend from making a terrible mistake, but when he's caught with his friend's gun, no one believes him. As punishment, Isaiah is forced to pack his bags and join his missionary father in politically unstable Cameroon, Africa. Isaiah's father also has good intentions, and he devotes all his time to them, so he sends Henry, a mysterious and attractive do-gooder, to act as Isaiah's chaperone--and hopefully keep him out of trouble. But once again, the best-laid plans quickly go awry and Isaiah and Henry are abducted by enemy soldiers. If they want to live through their ordeal, they'll have to work together and learn to trust each other until they're rescued--or come up with a plan to save themselves and hope, for once, nothing goes wrong.

Love Can't Conquer (Love Can't)

by Kim Fielding

Bullied as a child in small-town Kansas, Jeremy Cox ultimately escaped to Portland, Oregon. Now in his forties, he's an urban park ranger who does his best to rescue runaways and other street people. His ex-boyfriend, Donny--lost to drinking and drugs six years earlier--appears on his doorstep and inadvertently drags Jeremy into danger. As if dealing with Donny's issues doesn't cause enough turmoil, Jeremy meets a fascinating but enigmatic man who carries more than his fair share of problems. Qayin Hill has almost nothing but skeletons in his closet and demons in his head. A former addict who struggles with anxiety and depression, Qay doesn't know which of his secrets to reveal to Jeremy--or how to react when Jeremy wants to save him from himself. Despite the pasts that continue to haunt them, Jeremy and Qay find passion, friendship, and a tentative hope for the future. Now they need to decide whether love is truly a powerful thing or if, despite the old adage, love can't conquer all.

Absinthe of Malice (Sinners Series #5)

by Rhys Ford

Sequel to Sloe Ride Sinners Series: Book FiveWe're getting the band back together. Those six words send a chill down Miki St. John's spine, especially when they're spoken with a nearly religious fervor by his brother-in-all-but-blood, Damien Mitchell. However, those words were nothing compared to what Damien says next. And we're going on tour. When Crossroads Gin hits the road, Damien hopes it will draw them closer together. There's something magical about being on tour, especially when traveling in a van with no roadies, managers, or lovers to act as a buffer. The band is already close, but Damien knows they can be more--brothers of sorts, bound not only by familial ties but by their intense love for music. As they travel from gig to gig, the band is haunted by past mistakes and personal demons, but they forge on. For Miki, Damie, Forest, and Rafe, the stage is where they all truly come alive, and the music they play is as important to them as the air they breathe. But those demons and troubles won't leave them alone, and with every mile under their belts, the band faces its greatest challenge--overcoming their deepest flaws and not killing one another along the way.

Fire and Snow (Carlisle Cops Ser. #4)

by Andrew Grey

Carlisle Cops: Book FourFisher Moreland has been cast out of his family because they can no longer deal with his issues. Fisher is bipolar and living day to day, trying to manage his condition, but he hasn't always had much control over his life and has self-medicated with whatever he could find. JD Burnside has been cut off from his family because of a scandal back home. He moved to Carlisle but brought his Southern charm and warmth along with him. When he sees Fisher on a park bench on a winter's night, he invites Fisher to join him and his friends for a late-night meal. At first Fisher doesn't know what to make of JD, but he slowly comes out of his shell. And when Fisher's job is threatened because of a fire, JD's support and care is more than Fisher ever thought he could expect. But when people from Fisher's past turn up in town at the center of a resurgent drug epidemic, Fisher knows they could very well sabotage his budding relationship with JD.

Everyday History

by Alice Archer

Headstrong Ruben Harper has yet to meet an obstacle he can't convert into a speed bump. He's used to getting what he wants from girls, but when he develops a fascination for a man, his wooing skills require an upgrade. After months of persuasion, he scores a dinner date with Henry Normand that morphs into an intense weekend. The unexpected depth of their connection scares Ruben into fleeing. Shy, cautious Henry, Ruben's former high school history teacher, suspects he needs a wake-up call, and Ruben appears to be his siren. But when Ruben bolts, Henry is left struggling to find closure. Inspired by his conversations with Ruben, Henry begins to write articles about the memories stored in everyday objects. The articles seduce Ruben with details from their weekend together and trigger feelings too strong to avoid. As Henry's snowballing fame takes him out of town and further out of touch, Ruben stretches to close the gaps that separate them.

Where No One Knows

by Jo Ramsey

2nd EditionKellan McKee has secrets to hide, but being transgender isn't one of them. It's something his mother accepts. His stepfather isn't so amenable, and when one of his friends tries to assault Kellan, the bigoted man gets more than he bargained for. Kellan fights to protect himself but loses control of what makes him really different--his psychic powers. On the run in Denver with enough money from his mother to get him to safety, Kellan meets Shad, a similarly gifted individual, who offers to help keep him under his stepfather's radar. As the two travel, Kellan learns of a group in Boston that may offer him a safe place and the opportunity to gain greater control of his abilities. Only one problem: his stepfather has tracked him down and is out for revenge. And not everyone in the Boston group is happy to have Kellan there. Kellan isn't going to be safe for long.First Edition published by Musa Publishing, 2013.

Dreams of Fire and Gods: Fire (Dreams of Fire and Gods #4)

by James Erich

A thousand years ago, two factions of gods, the Stronni and the Taaweh, nearly destroyed the Kingdom of Dasak by warring for the land and the frightened humans who lived there. Then suddenly the Taaweh vanished and the Stronni declared victory. In the present day, tensions escalate between the emperor and his regent to the point of war, which will be nothing compared to the war that comes with the Taaweh's return. Join the regent's son and apprentice mage Sael and his vagabond lover Koreh as they dodge assassins, rescue the Taaweh queen, and be separated by death ;in their quest to save their world from being destroyed in another confrontation between the gods.See excerpt for individual blurbs.

Volley Balls (Balls To The Wall Ser. #1)

by Tara Lain

2nd EditionA Balls to the Wall RomanceA double dose of alpha male might be better than one. Despite just getting out of an abusive relationship with an asshole alpha, David Underwood’s wandering glance lands on two hot members of the Australian volleyball team on Laguna Beach and gets him harassed again. Still, when the delicious Gareth Marshall proves his interest by coming out to his team, David succumbs to his attraction. But Gareth’s volleyball partner, Edge, who’s equally hot, makes the lovers’ lives miserable. For Gareth, a lifetime of hiding his orientation—and his attraction—from his best friend, Edge, as well as everyone else around him, adds up to hurt and frustration. David’s the first man to ever compete with Edge for Gareth’s passion. But Edge has secrets of his own, and David’s ex-lover will never be happy without David under his fist. With everything stacked against him, can a gay Laguna man find happiness with an alpha male–or two? A "pumped up" version of the Volley Balls story, twice as long as the original.First Edition published by Etopia Press, 2011.

Fire Balls (Balls To The Wall Ser. #2)

by Tara Lain

2nd EditionA Balls to the Wall RomanceRenowned artist Rodney Mansfield stands five foot six, has pink hair, six earrings, a black belt in karate—and a desperate yearning for firefighter Hunter Fallon. But Rod, the Runtback of Notre Dame, knows he’ll never land the beautiful “straight gay” guy, so Rod musters his altruism and helps his more masculine friend Jerry attract Hunter. As if a broken heart wasn’t enough, Rod saves Hunter from a firehouse homophobe—humiliating Hunter in front of his dad! Hunter lives a dream life—his father’s dream. While he’d like to teach literature in college, read poetry in the sun, and find a strong guy to top him, he fights fires for his dad. Hunter hates flamboyant guys like Rodney. So why can’t he resist him? Maybe it’s time to admit this is one flame he has no desire to put out.First Edition published by Etopia Press, 2012.

Beach Balls (Balls To The Wall Ser. #3)

by Tara Lain

2nd EditionA Balls to the Wall RomanceAdam James is so far in the closet he could find Narnia. As an attorney for the homophobic WMA Development, he can’t come out without risking the million-dollar paycheck waiting for him once they push their big land development deal through the city council—money that will finally allow Adam to live according to his own terms. Then, on an early morning scuba dive, Adam meets a tall, lean rebreather diver named Sky who makes him want to hug a tree. Sky Sea Mickeljohn stands for the environment, world peace, and being openly gay. He won’t compromise his principles for anyone—even the damned lying developer lawyer he can’t help lusting after. True, the WMA land development deal could put thousands of people at risk, but Sky still wants to risk his heart. In the fight between freedom and integrity, is there a place for love?First Edition published by Etopia Press, 2012.

Snow Balls (Balls to the Wall #6)

by Tara Lain

A Balls to the Wall RomanceJJ LaRousse looks like a quarterback but acts like a queen. He’s trying to be proud of who he is—until a robbery at the famous Laguna Winter Fantasy brings JJ face-to-face with tough cop Ryan Star. JJ hears Ryan likes manly men, so he drops his voice an octave, colors his pink hair, and tries to pass as a football fan. Ryan Star may be tough, but he keeps his sexuality to himself at work. He learned in New York that being a gay cop can be deadly. His attraction to JJ threatens his secret, but he’s finding it hard to back away from a guy who’s so totally his type. Then, during a ski trip and a confrontation with JJ’s biggest nemesis, all the façades come crashing down. In the aftermath, can Ryan love JJ for who he really is? More importantly, can JJ?

Insolita Luna (Insolita Luna)

by M. J. O'Shea

Zack has been best friends with Noah since they were five years old, but his feelings have grown, in Blood Moon. Their first kiss ends in disaster, but next summer, Noah acts like nothing's wrong. But Noah's hiding something, and Zach can't remain in the dark forever. In Hunter's Moon, Miles Hunter has been dreaming of New York City for his entire life, but a mugging and daring rescue have turned his life upside down. Stuck with PC until they can find a way to break the bond, Miles begins to wonder if he really wants the bond broken. Charles Fitzgerald, determined to prove his worth once and for all, volunteers for a dangerous mission to Romania, in Cold Moon. His best friend Xan is furious, and willing to follow him anywhere to keep him safe.See excerpt for individual blurbs.

On Wings of Thunder (On Wings Saga #1)

by M. D. Grimm

Trystan is an unchosen angel--shunned by society, bullied, and without a future. In a hidden well, Trystan discovers a carving of a dragon, who were once the commanders of demons and now believed extinct. But Trystan learns the carving doesn't depict an ordinary dragon. Stories tell that millennia ago, the great dragon Asagoroth and his demon army nearly conquered the three realms but was killed by the five elders. The powerful angels combined their life forces to cast a spell, sacrificing their lives. But history is full of falsehoods. The five elders only managed to imprison the dragon, and Asagoroth had cast his own spell--one of releasement. It only needs the blood of an angel to liberate him from his cage.... Asagoroth, enemy of angels, conqueror of realms, is free. But even as the angels prepare for war, the great dragon surprises them with an ultimatum: hand over the angel who awakened him or face annihilation.

Wraith Queen's Veil (The Sun Child Chronicles #2)

by Lou Hoffmann

Sequel to Key of BehlisethThe Sun Child Chronicles: Book TwoLucky expected his arrival in Ethra, the world of his birth, to be a happy occasion. Unfortunately, something is awry at the Sisterhold--his home--especially in his mother's insincere smiles. The Sisterhold is soon immersed in battle plans and magical emergencies, and Lucky's confidants, like the wizard Thurlock, often disappear. His mother grows more secretive, and even Han Shieth, the warrior uncle Lucky thought he could always depend upon, becomes increasingly aloof. Hurt, confused, and left to his own devices, Lucky makes unfortunate choices that put him and his friends, L'Aria and Zhevi, in dire peril. With threats around every corner, not even Han is safe from the growing evil. It falls to Lucky--on his own--to find the answers, but he doesn't even know what questions to ask. Over the course of his journey, clues to Lucky's destiny are revealed, and his power increases. Armed with knowledge and strength, he sets out to ensure the safety of those he cares about, now and in the future. But his efforts may come too late.

Ethan

by Ryan Loveless

School-wide, fifteen-year-old Carter Stevenson is known as "that twitchy, stuttering kid" thanks to his Tourette's syndrome. After a disastrous talent show places him at the center of attention, he dreams of disappearing. When his parents announce the family is moving cross-country, that dream comes true. He'll lay low through the summer in his new quiet California town, and when school starts, he'll keep to himself. No one will ever be the wiser. He doesn't anticipate Ethan. Seventeen-year-old Ethan Hart, the neighbors' older son, is a few years into recovery from a traumatic brain injury. He is sensitive, joyous, and uninhibited. To him, Carter moves like the music only Ethan sees. He knows he and Carter are destined to be best friends and then boyfriends, if only Carter would get on the same wavelength. Carter isn't sure about a social life, but as Ethan introduces him to a new world of friends who accept him, tics and all, he starts to see the bright side of not hiding away.Adapted as a YA edition of the award-winning novel Ethan, Who Loved Carter by Ryan Loveless.

Turn the World Upside Down

by Nyrae Dawn

Hunter Donovan's life always seemed perfect, but there was something rotten beneath the shiny surface. When the truth comes out and his dad is sent to prison, Hunter can only react with anger. His rage boils out of control, leading to a violent incident at school, and then to Hunter being sent to a mental health facility--Better Days. Hunter doesn't see how therapy can help him. If it can't change the past, what good is it? It's not like he can go back in time, see the horrible things going on right under his nose, and put a stop to them. No, he should have found that strength when he had the chance, and now it's too late. There is a ray of light at Better Days, though, in the friendships Hunter forges. Anxiety-ridden Casey, uninhibited Rosie, recovering bulimic Bethany, and Stray, a self-harmer who's never had a home, lighten Hunter's feelings of isolation. Despite the connections he's forming--and even the love blossoming between him and Stray--Hunter can't escape his shame and remorse. If Hunter can't open up and find a way to deal with what happened, he might end up another casualty of mental illness, just like one of the friends he's grown to love.

Marian

by Ella Lyons

Life changes for Marian Banner when she leaves the countryside for the big city of Nottingham with her father, Sir Erik the Fortunate, and Marian doesn't think it's an improvement. She must trade braids and leggings for jewelry and dresses, and hunting and wandering the woods for dancing and a life at court. But into Marian's dull new world comes someone exciting--a girl named Robin Hood who is as courageous and dedicated as she is small. Robin is determined to become a knight, and she won't let her gender stand in her way. The two girls quickly become inseparable. Their friendship changes as time passes and becomes something much more serious--and more magical. When Marian's father is killed and the king takes an interest in her, she'll need Robin to prove she's the hero she always wanted to be.

Obscura Burning

by Suzanne Van Rooyen

2nd EditionThe fate of Kyle Wolfe's friends--and the world--rests in his hands. Kyle Wolfe's world is about to crash and burn. Just weeks before graduation, a fire kills Kyle's two best friends and leaves him permanently scarred. A fire that Kyle accidentally set the night he cheated on his boyfriend Danny with their female friend, Shira. That same day, a strange new planet, Obscura, appears in the sky. And suddenly Kyle's friends aren't all that dead anymore. Each time Kyle goes to sleep, he awakens to two different realities. In one, his boyfriend Danny is still alive, but Shira is dead. In the other, it's Shira who's alive... and they're friends with benefits. Shifting between realities is slowly killing him, and he's not the only one dying. The world is dying with him. He's pretty sure Obscura has something to do with it, but with his parents' marriage imploding and realities shifting each time he closes his eyes, Kyle has problems enough without being in charge of saving the world.First Edition published by Etopia Press, 2012.

Head Above Water (Robbie & Sam #2)

by Caitlin Ricci

Sequel to Weathering the StormRobbie & Sam: Book TwoRobbie's life has improved since coming to Thornwood. Dan is safely behind bars where he can no longer hurt Robbie, his boyfriend, Sam, is loving and supportive, and he finds tranquility while riding his horse. But Robbie still faces obstacles. Dan's abuse haunts him, and the repercussions don't end there. One brother's pain and another's rage threaten to rip Robbie's family apart. Sam cherishes his time riding with Robbie and the peace they find when they're alone together. He'd do anything to preserve that happiness for Robbie, but the world and its problems are never far behind them--and they'll need all their strength to deal with what might be their biggest challenge yet.

The Santa Hoax

by Francis Gideon

Julian Gibson's life is changing whether he's ready for it or not. Since he realized he's transgender, life hasn't been too bad, even though his family and friends still call him Julia and think he's a girl. At least he has his best friend Aiden, and sci-fi novels to enjoy with his dad. But when high school starts, suddenly everything is different. Aiden no longer wants to be friends, and a girl named Maria takes an interest in Julian--though she doesn't understand the truth. It's been a year since he discovered he was transgender, and Julian is tired of feeling like he's living a hoax, so he resolves to tell three people. As he comes out one slow step at a time, friendship and romance change and grow amidst holiday shopping and celebrations. Julian is beginning to understand why kids hang on to their belief in Santa--sometimes fiction is easier to accept than fact.

Thanks a Lot, John LeClair (Here's to You, Zeb Pike #2)

by Johanna Parkhurst

A Companion to Here's to You, Zeb PikeOn the surface, life looks pretty good for sixteen-year-old Emmitt LaPoint: he's popular, doing well in school, and he's poised to lead his small-town Vermont hockey team all the way to the state championship--and that'll lead to attention from scouts. Emmitt might manage to follow in the footsteps of his hockey hero, John LeClair, who he's been secretly writing to for years. But beneath the perfect façade, Emmitt is struggling. All he wants is to hold on to the two things he loves: hockey and his boyfriend, Dusty. But Emmitt's absentee father has recently returned to breathe down his neck, and not everyone is eager to see him succeed. Few people in town know Emmitt is gay, and it's getting harder to stay in the closet. On top of everything, Dusty seems to be hiding his own secrets.

The Shadow Operation (The Center)

by Mc Lee

Sequel to Like I Know JackIn a mission more twisted than usual, sixteen-year-old agent Jack is assigned to play the role of Jack Elliot. Jack Elliot is the new identity created for Alex Sutherland, a teenager whose father's criminal activities have forced the family into a witness relocation program. Alex's family was supposed to be safe, but two previous relocations have already been compromised, so the Center is brought in to investigate. Is there a leak within the witness relocation program, or has somebody in the Sutherland family inadvertently betrayed them? Jack finds himself in the field with Sean and Instructor Clare Colson acting as the Elliot family--setting themselves up as targets to flush out the truth. With Matt returning to the team, and Martin and Leo as backup, they must figure out how the family's secret identities are being blown and deal with the dangerous consequences.

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