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Dumb Jock: The Musical

by Jeff Erno

Dumb Jock: Book FourEvan Drake needs to be a role model to his younger brother Brandon, and although he's a star on his high school basketball team, there's more to him than meets the eye. He's interested in many things, including drama and singing, and when he joins drama club, he meets Noah Sheridan, and he's pretty interested in him, too. Noah is a super smart, cute but nerdy kid who has written a high school play about two gay students who attended Boyne City High twenty years ago, and who, in real life, fell in love with each other. When the drama department elects to use the play for their high school musical, Noah urges Evan to audition for the lead role. Evan ultimately decides he wants to be in the play, but when he shows up to audition, it sends shockwaves throughout the school. His teammates are furious, and so is his best friend Bryan. As Evan and Noah grow closer, Bryan gets more traitorous, and it seems he wants nothing more than to see his former friend broken down.

Hanging by the Moment

by H. B. Pattskyn

Pasha Batalov has lived his whole life doing what a good son is expected to do. He dropped out of school to help run the failing family restaurant, and ever since he's put up with his difficult business partner, who also happens to be his father. And, of course, he keeps his sexual orientation a secret from his conservative Russian family. After being closeted costs him his first serious relationship, Pasha resigns himself to one-night stands and loneliness. But after a chance encounter with lost delivery truck driver, Daniel Englewood, Pasha starts to question all of his assumptions about life. Daniel is sweet, funny, smart, drop-dead gorgeous--and for the last six years, he's been living with HIV. Pasha worries that he won't be strong enough to help Daniel if HIV turns to AIDS, but he can't walk away from their deepening attraction. He also doesn't know if he can be strong enough to face the hardest task that a relationship with Daniel demands: coming out to his family and friends, and risking losing everything else he holds dear.

Spark

by Posy Roberts

North Star: Book OneIn their small-town high school, Hugo and Kevin became closeted lovers who kept their secret even from parents. Hugo didn't want to disappoint his terminally ill father, and Kevin's controlling father would never tolerate a bisexual son. When college took them in different directions, they promised to reunite, but that didn't happen for seventeen years. By the time they meet again, Hugo has become an out-and-proud actor and director who occasionally performs in drag--a secret that has cost him in past relationships. Kevin, still closeted, has followed his father's path and now, in the shadow of divorce, is striving to be a better father to his own children. When Hugo and Kevin meet by chance at a party, the spark of attraction reignites, as does their genuine friendship. Rekindling a romance may mean Hugo must compromise the openness he values, but Kevin will need a patient partner as he adapts to living outside the closet. With such different lifestyles, the odds seem stacked against them, and Hugo fears that if his secret comes to light, it may drive Kevin away completely.

No Angel

by Daniel A. Kaine

Born with a birth defect called Devil Syndrome, it is impossible for Josh Harper to hide the two small stumps of hornlike bone atop his head. If people also knew about his ability to create force fields with his mind, they'd lock him up for sure. Left to fend for himself on his eighteenth birthday, Josh tries to make it on the streets. When he's attacked, he's rescued by Sam Mitchell, who has an equally strange power--and a set of pure white wings. Sam ran away from home a year ago, and the new life he's built for himself includes living in an abandoned house and looking after three younger kids, all with Devil Syndrome. Then along comes Josh. After a rough start their relationship grows and the two young men find a haven in each other's arms. But when tragedy strikes their newfound family, Sam's hatred of regular humans spirals out of control, and Josh will have to make Sam see sense before everything he's worked so hard to build is destroyed.

Sacrificed

by J. P. Barnaby

2nd EditionLittle Boy Lost: Book SixReunited with his father but missing the one man he loves more than any other, Jamie Mayfield attempts to put his life back together amid rehab, seizures, and the gutting loneliness of Brian's rejection. As he tries to cope, Jamie finds that relying on his friends isn't nearly as difficult as he'd imagined, and soon he can once again stand on his own two feet. While recovering from his addiction, Jamie starts a new phase of his life at college, working to become the man Brian needs him to be. Only one question remains: Can Jamie earn Brian's forgiveness and win back his trust, or will their love be sacrificed at the altar of Jamie's demons? Brian and Jamie's epic journey comes to a close in this thrilling conclusion to the Little Boy Lost series.First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, June 2012

Vanished

by J. P. Barnaby

2nd EditionLittle Boy Lost: Book ThreeBrian McAllister's story continues in San Diego, where he finds so much more than he ever expected: acceptance, friends, encouragement, and an entire world of sexual adventure he'd never dared to imagine back in his small Alabama town. He continues to search for one lost boy in a sea of humanity but slowly begins to realize that maybe dreams really don't come true. Encouraged by new friends Mike and Emilio, Brian struggles to find work and keep his spirits up while his hope of finding Jamie starts to falter. But when life comes crashing down, he's desperate to keep his new life. Can Brian do the unthinkable to remain in California when his money runs out? When Brian meets a beaten and bruised boy no one seems willing to help, he knows that walking away is no longer an option.First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, July 2011

Abandoned

by J. P. Barnaby

2nd EditionLittle Boy Lost: Book TwoJamie is gone. Brian's secret has been revealed. Brian McAllister's story continues as he tries to cope with the loss of his best friend and soul mate amid the alienation and ridicule of his classmates. When hatred turns to violence, Brian narrows his focus to two goals: surviving and finding Jamie. Along the way he meets Adam, whose life has also been shattered by violence and cruelty. Can Adam fill the hole in Brian's life left by Jamie's absence? The answer will change everything.First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, May 2011

Enlightened

by J. P. Barnaby

2nd EditionLittle Boy Lost: Book OneLittle Boy Lost is the story of Brian McAllister, the boy next door. Brian goes to school, does his homework, and helps his foster parents around the house. Brian also has a secret: he is in love with his best friend, Jamie. But in Crayford, Alabama, being in love with another boy is the worst kind of sin. Brian and Jamie will discover just how deep their emotional bond runs, and at what cost. What will they do if their secret is discovered? From fumbling through their first sexual experiences to hiding all aspects of their relationship from everyone in their lives, Brian and Jamie battle for the one thing that is truly theirs--love.First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, March 2011

This Is Love

by Remmy Duchene Allison Cassatta

Anderson "Andy" Hartley Jr. lives the life of a playboy with Daddy's money, but without love. If his father finds out Andy's gay, the game's over. So he restricts his sex life to the pool house and seems content until he meets the gorgeous new groundskeeper, who just might turn his life upside-down. Merrick "Maverick" Washington is African-American, an ex-SEAL, and recently released from prison after his false conviction was overturned. Working for a rich white dude who looks down his nose at him is one more blow to his spirit. But any job is a step toward self-sufficiency, and Maverick's not willing to risk that for a spoiled brat. Then Andy tugs at more than Maverick's body, and he's starting to wonder how things would shake out if they both overcame their fears and let their worlds collide.

The "L" Bomb

by Phoenix Emrys A. J. Corza

Gil Donigan has made a career of treating the word "love" like something from an NFL playbook. Then he meets Devon Drake, and for the first time says "I love you" and really means it. Devon immediately bolts, and that was the last thing Gil expected. But maybe he had it coming; he got as good as he'd ever given. Karma's a bitch, he thinks, but he'll take the hit like a man. His new game plan? Shake off the heartbreak and move on, but Gil may need to rethink his recovery when Devon turns up on his doorstep with an enigmatic box, begging for a chance to explain.

The Trouble With Tony

by Eli Easton

Sex in Seattle: Book OneAs part of the investigation into the murder of a young woman, Seattle PI Tony DeMarco poses as a patient of Dr. Jack Halloran, the therapist who treated the victim at a Seattle sex clinic. This isn't the first time Tony has gone undercover, but it's the first time he's wanted to go under cover with one of his suspects. He can't help it--Jack Halloran is just the kind of steely-eyed hero Tony goes for. But he'll have to prove Halloran's innocence and keep the doctor from finding out about his ruse before he can play Romeo. Dr. Halloran has his own issues, including a damaged right arm sustained in the line of duty as a combat surgeon in Iraq and the PTSD that followed. He's confused to find himself attracted to a new patient, the big, funny Italian with the puppy-dog eyes, and Tony's humor slips right past Jack's defenses, making him feel things he thought long buried. But can the doctor and the PI find a path to romance despite the secrets between them?

The Gospel According to Cher

by S. A. Garcia

Cupid Knows Best: Book TwoA Spin-off of Cupid Knows BestHindy Nardella, gallery owner and tidy leather diva, isn't sure about love anymore. His most-recent ex-lover said "sayonara" and headed for Japan despite a week of Hindy begging him to stay. The man before that bid Hindy "namaste" before heading for Nepal seeking salvation. Hindy will accept advice from anywhere, even a tacky Cupid music box which only plays Cher's "Believe," and vivid dreams that compel him to leave NYC and head for the Adirondacks. Cupid leads Hindy straight to a leather bar in the mountains and an exotic drag queen named Patrice O'Malley. For Patrice, whose near-perfect beauty belies his lack of confidence, it's lust at first sight, but Hindy has doubts born of his recent run of bad luck in romance. But when Patrice saves Hindy from death by a falling chunk of airplane blue ice, Cupid slams into Hindy's heart, and Hindy begins to believe in miracles again. Dangers and challenges arise, involving, among other things, crazy ex-lovers, rampaging mosquitoes, and a phantom moose. But life together awaits back in NYC, if they can survive, trust in each other, and believe in life after love.

Gumption & Gumshoes

by Alex Kidwell

August Adahy Mendez would rather be buried in the world of his detective novels or a good film noir movie than in real life. He's overweight, undermotivated, and stuck in a dead-end job. As a Chincha, he's part of a long line of chinchilla shifters, but the greatest accomplishment in his life so far has been moving an hour away from his close-knit herd. That all changes when August's grandfather leaves him enough cash to pursue his dream: becoming a detective himself. Sam Ewing is a bitter divorcé who enjoys watching football and being alone. It's easier when his only interaction with people is when he collects rent from his office building tenants. Then August rents space from him to set up his new detective agency, and Sam is drawn to him despite his misgivings. Sam soon finds himself involved with one of August's cases, and the men join forces to catch their criminal. The greater challenges they face, however, are how August makes Sam want to give love a second try and how Sam makes August believe that real life might be even better than fiction.

Brokenhearted

by Cate Ashwood

Hope Cove: Book OneOliver Parrish has been alone in the world since he was born. So when Sheriff Owen "Mack" Macklin shows up on his doorstep to deliver the news that Oliver's sister has died, he's beyond surprised. Still, Oliver returns with Mack to Hope Cove, Maine, hoping to get to know the sister he never knew he had. As he tries to snap these new elements into his solitary life, he's not sure how they might fit. His life is shaken up further as he falls in love with the irresistible town of Hope Cove, and with Mack, its equally irresistible sheriff. But when he receives devastating news about his sister's cause of death, Oliver doesn't know whether to stay and fight for love and a good life, or cut his losses and run. Rainbow Awards, 2014

Memory Kick

by C. M. Torrens

Lost and missing his memory, Qusay Drazi turns to the drug kick to ease his pain while warming beds to feed his addiction. His years on the space station have taught him nothing is free. Meeting Cameron, who seems to have no ulterior motives, leaves Qusay confused but hopeful that Cameron is different. When Qusay finds the courage to ask for help, he discovers a price on his head for the locked away memories. Cameron Miles believes people can turn their lives around, but his attempt to help Qusay unravels a slew of trouble, and they find themselves on the run from the CompCore corporation. When CompCore captures Qusay, Cameron realizes how much his feelings for Qusay have grown. Then he discovers what CompCore is after and how deeply it is buried inside Qusay's mind. Cameron must decide how far he's willing to go before the memory "treatments" leave Qusay a tattered and empty shell.

Isle of Wishes

by Sue Brown

Sequel to The Isle of... Where?The Isle Series: Book TwoAfter a whirlwind vacation on the Isle of Wight, where he found the love of his life, Sam Owens sends Liam Marshall home to Michigan to tie up loose ends so they can be together forever. When all communication with Liam goes silent, Sam worries. Fearing the worst, he enlists the help of his brother, British Metropolitan police officer Paul Owens, to help him find Liam and get him back safely in time for their wedding. Paul has little difficulty digging into this mystery across the pond. Paul is also good-looking and openly bisexual, all of which adds to the dismay of Wisconsin Detective Olaf Skandik. Olaf is ex-military and still closeted now that he's part of the police department. He's frustrated, hemmed in by the walls he's erected, and when he meets Paul, he wonders if this may be the time and opportunity for change. Looking into his brother's missing fiancé, Paul also starts looking into Olaf, and business soon mixes with pleasure, a bit of romance that may strengthen his case for them to make a future together.

The Door Behind Us

by John C. Houser

It's 1919, and Frank Huddleston has survived the battlefields of the Great War. A serious head injury has left him with amnesia so profound he must re-learn his name every morning from a note posted on the privy door. Gerald "Jersey" Rohn, joined the Army because he wanted to feel like a man, but he returned from the trenches minus a leg and with no goal for his life. He's plagued by the nightmare of his best friend's death and has nervous fits, but refuses to associate those things with battle fatigue. He can't work his father's farm, so he takes a job supervising Frank, who is working his grandparents' farm despite his head injury. When Frank recovers enough to ask about his past, he discovers his grandparents know almost nothing about him, and they're lying about what they do know. The men set out to discover Frank's past and get Jersey a prosthesis. They soon begin to care for each other, but they'll need to trust their hearts and put their pasts to rest if they are to turn attraction into a loving future.

Jasper's Mountain

by John Inman

When small-time thief Timmy Harwell recklessly "borrows" a Cadillac for a joyride, he doesn't expect to find a cool $100,000 in the trunk. His elation turns to terror when he realizes the SUV and the dough belong to Miguel Garcia, aka El Poco, a Tijuana drug dealer with a nasty reputation. Timmy sees only one way out: leave the stolen car behind and run as fast as he can. His getaway is cut short when a storm strands him outside Jasper Stone's secluded mountain cabin. Jasper finds Timmy in his shed, unconscious and burning up with fever, and takes care of the younger man, nursing him back to health. The two begin to grow close, but Jasper, a writer who seeks only solitude, is everything Timmy isn't. Straightforward, honest, and kind. Timmy needs Jasper's help--and wants his respect--so he hides his dishonest habits. But when El Poco comes after him, Timmy realizes he's not the only one at risk. His actions have also put Jasper in harm's way. Honesty now could mean Timmy loses the man he's come to love, but not being honest could mean far worse.

On the Right Track

by Sam Kadence

Vocal Growth: Book OneRyunoski "Ru" Nakimura knows all about the trappings of fame. Expelled from a boy band for coming out as gay, he still wants to continue his career in music. Too bad his ex finds nothing better to do than exploit their relationship in the press, so Ru leaves California behind to lie low in Minnesota for a while. Adam Corbin attends a Minnesota high school and wants to coast through as a typical student. He's friends with an openly gay student, Bas Axelrod, but while Adam plays football, he also stays away from much socializing. Blending in and not outing himself has been easy because he's never really been seriously interested in any of the guys he's encountered. When Adam meets Ru in a library, Adam begins to think he's found that special young man who might make it worthwhile to just be himself. And for Ru, Adam looks like someone he might trade his fame for, if they could be together. Ru and Adam will both come to realize that courage and love must go hand in hand if they are to have a future.

Summer School

by Tam Ames

Jeremy Decker's recent split with his long-distance boyfriend has left him lonely with a mountain of debt. His only practical source of extra cash is to teach summer school, even if it means teaching history--not easy for an English teacher. To support him, the school hires Lucas Van Sloan, a much-younger college history student. Lucas, with his swimmer's physique and optimism, not to mention his determination to get what he wants, both attracts and annoys Jeremy... and what Lucas wants is Jeremy. The heat flares between them, but when Jeremy's ex, a high-powered attorney with plenty of experience turning things his way, shows he wants Jeremy too, it threatens to snuff out the flame of passion and new love.

Zipper Fall

by Kate Pavelle

A Steel City StoryWyatt Gaudens, an advertising executive and adrenaline junkie, has fine-tuned the art of breaking and entering into apartments, misusing his considerable rock climbing skills. Once inside, he steals a pretty, shiny thing or two. When his friend Reyna complains that her jerk of a boss makes her workplace a living hell, he breaks into her boss's home to get even. More than any other pretty thing, what really catches his eye the most is her boss, Jack. Working hard to overcome his own lingering problems, investment specialist Jack Azzuri focuses on his second chance at making his business grow. But grief for his sister, Celia, recently killed in a suspicious climbing accident, sabotages his attempt to start over. When he meets Wyatt, he's strongly attracted even though Wyatt is the last person he should associate with. With Jack's explosive temper and Wyatt's adrenaline addiction, the path to a stable relationship will be a tough climb. They might succeed if they can sort out what really matters, as well as learn to take the good with the bad. Wyatt hopes to speed their progress by solving the mystery that's weighing Jack down: how did Celia really die?

Blessed Curses

by Madeleine Ribbon

Though he's a sorcerer with a talent for creating blessings, David can do very little with any other magic. He works the night shift for his cousin's magical supply shop because he's cursed--his brother did it when they were kids--and now people can't stand to be near David since he inspires irrational fear. Many experts have tried to remove it, but the curse has proven completely binding. Then David meets Vaughn at his brother's wedding. Vaughn works for the magical enforcers, picking apart complex curses and making sure sorcerers stay within the law. He has the ability to dampen magical effects around him and loves solving supposedly irreversible curses like David's. He quickly develops a more personal interest in David. Despite the distance David attempts to keep between them, he finally realizes when Vaughn is injured on the job that he doesn't want to stay away anymore. But what about the curse?

Sotto i giunchi

by Laura Di Berardino Amy Lane

Dieci anni dopo che Dorjan ha creduto alle parole di un ragazzino anziché a quelle del suo ufficiale, lui e il suo miglior amico, Areau, ne pagano ancora le conseguenze, e cercano di fermare l'uomo veramente responsabile. Bloccato in una meticolosa danza per far cadere un governo corrotto, Dorjan si sforza di bilanciare il suo dolore con la rabbia di Areau. Proprio quando raggiunge il limite della sopportazione, vede un volto familiare nell'ombra, e il ragazzo di cui si era fidato un decennio prima gli offre una gentilezza inaspettata. Taern ricorda il soldato che lo ha trovato sotto ai giunchi e ha ascoltato le sue preghiere di salvare la sua famiglia. Quando Dorjan riappare nella sua vita, Taern è conquistato dal suo impegno per la giustizia, ma è anche terrorizzato dai rischi che si assume. Tutto ciò che vuole fare per lui è guarirlo, ma la distruzione imminente ha richiesto dieci anni di lavoro e Dorjan non vuole il suo aiuto. Non se questo lo mette in pericolo. Gli scontri di potere e il destino del mondo sono in bilico tra la follia di Areau e la nobiltà di Dorjan. Mentre quest'ultimo combatte per salvare l'umanità, Taern si unisce alla battaglia solo per salvare lui, sapendo che tutto dipende dal cuore di un uomo in armatura e dalla forza dell'uomo che lo ama.

Ce que nous sommes

by Christine Gauzy-Svahn Tj Klune

Suite de L'Ours, la Loutre et le MoustiqueBear, Otter et le Moustique ont survécu à l'été précédent en conservant leur cœur et leur âme intacts. Ils ont emménagé dans la Monstruosité Verte, et Bear est enfin capable d'admettre son amour pour l'homme qui l'a sauvé de lui-même. Mais ce n'est pas la fin de leur histoire. Comment cela pourrait-il l'être ? Les garçons découvrent que la vie ne s'arrête pas uniquement parce qu'ils ont obtenu leur happy-end. Il reste encore la bataille pour la garde du Moustique. Le retour des parents d'Otter. Une première virée dans un bar gay. Le Moustique suit une thérapie, et Mme Paquinn décide que Bigfoot est réel. Anna et Creed font... eh bien, leurs trucs d'Anna et Creed. Il y a de nouvelles jalousies, le retour de vieux ennemis, de la mauvaise poésie et des mouettes misanthropes. Et au milieu de tout ça, Bear se débat pour comprendre pourquoi sa mère les a abandonnés lui et son frère, uniquement pour plonger encore plus loin dans leur passé commun. Ce qu'il y découvre va changer leurs vies à tout jamais et l'aider à réaliser ce qu'il leur en coûtera pour devenir ce qu'ils sont censés être. La famille n'est pas toujours déterminée par le sang. Elle est déterminée par ceux qui nous construisent - ceux qui font de nous ce que nous sommes.

Pitch

by Will Parkinson

Transitions: Book OneThe day Jackson Kern walks into Taylor Andrews's classroom is a momentous day in Taylor's life. He's had crushes before, sure, but as time goes on, this is starting to look a whole lot more serious. Still, Jackson doesn't return Taylor's feelings. Taylor has his own admirers, though. Kevin Richards is used to getting what he wants, and what he wants right now is Taylor, so when Taylor rejects him, Kevin retaliates. At first Taylor's entourage rallies around him, but then Kevin takes his deception one step further and Taylor sees his support dwindle, teaching him the valuable lesson about who he can truly consider a friend. Winner in the 2013 Rainbow Awards. Tenth (tie): Best Gay Debut

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