Tuesday, September 1, 2015

editor's picks: September

My picks of September 2015. Use code e04166 to save 15% through September 30, 2015.

Death and the Lady by Ashelia McGregor
from the Proud to be a Vampire collection
lesbian, paranormal

Reay owns the Butcher Shop, a popular vampire club that hosts auctions of humans with rare blood types. When Tandra, an AB negative, does not meet reserve price, Reay decides to keep her as a companion and teaches her all about vampire society. Then Reay is dragged back into the seedy affairs of the infamous Hell Fire Club, and it's her new companion who suffers for it.

gay, contemporary

Returning home after a decade away to collect the inheritance left to him by his famous mother, Jude does not expect to actually attend her funeral—his family has always preferred him out of sight, out of mind. The very last person he expects to encounter is Connor, an old lover. Now a priest, Connor is stuck in the middle of an ugly scandal that is only one of several problems facing them as they struggle to hold their lives together and rekindle an old flame.

Always Saying Goodbye by Hollis Shiloh
gay, contemporary

Tired of a life of secrecy with a lover who only seems to want him for the sex, Jeremy opts for a whole new life: new country, new job, and perhaps even a chance to date a beautiful woman he could someday marry. It's exactly what he needs, despite Gavin's last-ditch efforts to convince him to stay, and definitely for the best that they'll never see each other again...

lesbian, fantasy

Sold off to pay her father's debts, Cherry spends her nights dancing and her days longing for freedom.
Determined to break free of her life, she transfers from the dance halls to the stadiums where all the real money is made.

The only problem with her plan is that she does not know how to fight. In order to learn, Cherry approaches Berlin, one of the best fighters in the stadium. Berlin, however, wants nothing to do with her, and Cherry realizes the hardest fights do not take places in the arena...

A Margin of Promise by Emma Lanner
gay, historical

Packed off to London with orders to obtain a wife, Isaac arrives at the home of his benefactor, Lord Edmund, with whom he has corresponded for several years. Upon his arrival, however, Edmund proves to be less warm and welcoming than Isaac had expected, and is eager to see him married off.

Distraction comes first by way of Gideon, beautiful and charming and eager to show Isaac a different sort of society, then Patience, smart and marriageable and a talented matchmaker, who decides to help Isaac woo Edmund and bring out the passionate man Isaac knows from their years of correspondence.

But Edmund seems bent on ignoring him, and Gideon determined to draw him closer...

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