Xavier Mayne – Let us know!
Are you a fan of the real-life Bachelor/Bachelorette reality show(s)?
I’m afraid not! I haven’t watched even a single episode. But I love the possibilities that the Bachelor genre provides for fiction, particularly male-male storytelling, because you have these gorgeous men packed into a house together, all trying their hardest to attract a woman by being the most romantic and sexy. There’s a lot of excess sexiness being created there, and when I started to think about what might happen in … Continue reading
After his father beats him, Chad escapes to the only safe haven he can think: his former teacher, Dion. But when he arrives at Dion’s door, it’s opened by a stranger—who promptly finds himself catching an unconscious man. Unable to turn away the broken, battered Chad, Jeremy takes him in and tends his wounds, even if he would much rather have nothing to do with the student that his ex, Dion, cheated on him with … Warning: this story contains subjects that may be triggers for some (abuse). Pairing: M/M/M Content: … Continue reading
Algenon Lusch – Author interview
The series states this is based on a true story. Is this your story?
Yes! They say that authors draw from past experiences; well the 52 First Dates books really do. It was several years ago now when a friend and I decided to stop moaning about our lack of love lives and actually set out to find a husband. We both set out on the path, had trials and tribulations along the way, and enjoyed – for the most part – the ride.
I’ve wanted to tell this story for … Continue reading
Author A.E. Via
Title: You Can See Me
M/M/M GAY EROTIC CONTEMPORARY
WORD COUNT – 78,200
Review is here
World renowned chef Prescott Vaughan was at the height of his career. Right before he’s to leave for Paris to work alongside his idol, a horrific car accident leaves him completely blind.
His female fiancé leaves him in a state of desperation and depression. He pines for love, companionship, and so happens to find it in the form of his very sexy neighbor. Sexy male neighbor, Dr. Rickson ‘Ric’ Edwards.
Prescott’s not gay – at least he never … Continue reading
Welcome to the new visitors of the tour, and hello again to my returning friends. As I’ve been explaining throughout, Second Star to the Right is a romance story about a man seeking to define himself, an escort caught between the desire to find connection yet keep himself grounded, and how the brilliance of love can be the brightest light in dark skies if we’re willing to let it burn.
So… in an effort to attempt something a little different for this blog tour, I decided it might be cool to … Continue reading
The roles of High Paladin and High Necromancer do not allow for much free time, even less where they might spend it together. When they do finally obtain some time to spend with each other, Sorin and Koray find there are still doubts and fears between them that will take more than time to overcome …
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Giveaway rules (always have to have them)
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Small town life in the 1950s wasn’t easy for Roger, born into a rigid family headed by a preaching father, struggling to balance expectations with his growing feelings for his best friend, Billy. Though they fight to overcome the odds, it all seems futile when Billy goes missing and Roger must balance family, a stalker, and blackmail if he hopes to live long enough to love
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Less Than Three Press presents the second of three volumes of amazing stories along the theme of rock ‘n roll. Authors familiar and new combine for a collection of stories all about music and love.
Currently running as an LT3 Serial
FALLEN ANGEL by Kayla Bain-Vrba
When Jackson lands a job to join his favorite band on tour for a few weeks, he think he’s finally gotten his chance. An unexpected attraction to the band’s frontman, however, adds complications to the tour that neither of them wants. Trying to … Continue reading
As a lifelong fan of figure skating it was a real pleasure to write my new book, Cold War. Pairs skating has always captivated me with its mix of exciting — and dangerous — throws, lifts and twists, and the romance of two people performing together in perfect unison.
I’m a stickler for details, so even though I regularly watch skating each season and attend competitions, I did a lot of research to make sure I got the little things right. I watched many videos and relived some of my favorite pair performances. Here are a few to whet your … Continue reading
Koby is a graduate student specializing in the cohabitation of dead and living cells in a single body, a course of study that requires he spend two years working in the labs at the parium mines in Antarctica, where he will assist in experiments conducted on the vampire prisoners kept there.
Expecting little more than a tedious assignment, despite the dangers of the environment and the dangerous vampires sentenced to the mines for life, Koby instead discovers a dome of horrors, where the persons in charge cannot be trusted and the … Continue reading