Guest: Eli Easton: Tender Mercies tour

My Top Five “Country Life” Romances

By Eli Easton

I’m celebrating the release of TENDER MERCIES, a book very near and dear to my heart. It’s the second book in the “Men of Lancaster County” series, though it features a new couple and can be read as a stand-alone. The protagonists are a city guy who moved to the country to start a farm sanctuary and a young Amish man kicked out of his community for being gay.

What this series of books has in common is being set in Lancaster County, a rural area of … Continue reading

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Release day: Cara Dee – Out

Out by Cara Dee


“I guess I always figured coming out was something you did for friends
and family, and maybe it is, but it’s personal too, you know? The
person I was last night is new. I wanna get to know him.”

Synopsis:

I had two things on my list when I arrived in Los Angeles. One, track down
Henry Bennington, the uncle and guardian of my little brother’s best Continue reading

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Tour with giveaway: LC Davis – A Cowboy for Caleb

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Book Title: A Cowboy for Caleb (Great Plains Shifters #1)

Author: L.C. Davis

Publisher: Self-Published

Cover Artist: Wolf Conan

Release Date: October 11

Genre/s: M/M Romance, hurt/comfort MPREG with a HEA

Length: approx. 37k words

It is a standalone story, but is the first in the Great Plains Shifters series (the same universe as The Mountain Shifters).

Blurb

A COWBOY FOR CALEB BLURB

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Guest and giveaway: Tere Michaels – The Heir Apparent

Thanks so much for having me!

Having the chance to go back and play with The Heir Apparent – and Henry and Archie – was an unexpected gift. All writers have a project they wish they could fix AFTER it was published and this was mine.

Henry is a man in a glass cage; trapped by expectation and emotion. In order to win his father’s approval, he has to accept the mantle of “the Heir Apparent” – the one who will take over when his father is gone. For all that he desires freedom, throwing off this title will mean … Continue reading

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Guest with giveaway: Kim Dias – Breakfast at Midnight

Anyone who’s ever spoken to me about my writing for longer than five minutes know how much I struggle with plot. I write character-first, which means I come up with a character or characters and my plot grows from them. I don’t think up a plot and then fit my characters into it. Character-first is my favourite way to write—but it can make my plots awfully difficult to describe (which is why I will forever be grateful … Continue reading

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Tour: J. Scott Coatsworth – The Stark Divide

What was your first published work? Tell me a little about it.

Kind of a trick question. I was first published in 1988 as part of a group of teenagers who wrote a book on parents and teens (though by then I was technically twenty) called Raising Each Other. You can still find copies on Amazon.

But my first fiction publication was the story “The Bear at the Bar” in the “A Taste of Honey” anthology from Dreamspinner – … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Diane Hartsock – Birthday Presents

For Tracey, life has become a nightmare. Kidnapped from a nightclub in Boulder, Colorado, brutalized and raped by the killer known as Crimson, he’s held captive alongside Kyle, a young man Crimson keeps chained to his bed and is slowly torturing to death. Though Tracey manages to escape with Kyle’s help, he is forced to leave Kyle behind.

Gene has never stopped looking for his brother Kyle, abducted from a nightclub seven months previously. The case breaks open when Tracey … Continue reading

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Tour with Interview: K-Lee Klein – Unbroken Hearts

HI! We are so happy to be talking with you.  We’ve got a few questions…

~Thank you so much for having me. I’m excited for the release of Unbroken Hearts and I’d like to mention that I have several giveaways for this blog tour. Good luck everyone!

We loved Unbroken Hearts.

~I’m so glad you enjoyed it. I love writing Brett and JT. Combining the original novella with the short story, Unwrapped Hearts, plus adding 25,000 extra words … Continue reading

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Audio Tour: TM Smith: Live for Love

Live for Love is now available in  Audiobook format! Beauregard Boudreaux is a native of New Orleans Louisiana, born and raised there, he never thought he would ever stray far from home. The untimely death of his first love left Beau lost, adrift, looking for a place as far away from the pain as possible. Initially, he came to New York to visit a friend, the city growing on him, so he decided to stay. His law degree comes in handy at the LGBT Center he runs, but his bar is his baby.  Continue reading

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Release Day Blitz with Giveaway: Lane Hayes – Leaning into Touch

Title:  Leaning Into Touch

Series: Leaning Into Stories, #4

Author: Lane Hayes

Publisher:  Lane Hayes

Release Date: October 5

Heat Level: 4 – Lots of Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 80k words

Genre: Romance, Bisexual, Humor, Second Chance, Friends to Lovers, San Francisco, Office

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Synopsis

Josh Sheehan is unlucky in love and now… newly … Continue reading

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