Shyla’s goal is to bring you erotic romance full of characters that feel real, plots that make you think and HEA endings that show you the true power of love.
Stuck on books to read for LGBT Month? Here are this week’s reading list picks for M/M romance:
Dirty Laundry by Heidi Cullinan
Once a Brat by Kim Dare
The Square Peg by Jane Davitt and Alexa Snow
The Stableboy by Megan Derr
Turning Tricks by Anne Tenino
The Heir Apparent by Tere Michaels is a love story and a mystery steeped in cutthroat corporate politics. Set in New York City, it features the author’s usual flawless writing and likable, engaging characters. My one problem centered on the whodunit aspect of the mystery, which was telegraphed with some heavy-handed clues – to the point where I wondered at the characters’ inability to see the obvious. However, that didn’t reduce my enjoyment in everything else, including the good chemistry between the main ...more
Collusion by Eden Winters is a strong sequel to the entertaining and unusual novel Diversion, which you should read first for maximum enjoyment. First, the compelling and intricately researched plot involving prescription drug smuggling could have been ripped from the news headlines. The strength of the workplace details makes the story vivid and authentic.
Second, our heroes are strong individuals with real emotional issues who have great chemistry. The book’s comedy comes from Lucky and Bo’s good-natured struggles to get the upper hand in ...more
Chase the Ace by Clare London is an intricately plotted novella that features the irresistible theme of tracking down one’s childhood friends. Uneasily approaching his thirtieth birthday, our attractive hero Daniel attempts to chart his way out of his emotional stagnation by finding out where his long lost friends’ destinies have led them. Years ago, he and his three friends had bonded together against bullies over their newfound realization that they were gay. Now he hopes that they all have found love and ...more
Captive by Remy Jensen is a fast-paced thriller centered on Belize and the open waters off its coast. In only 18,000 words, the author gives us an unforgettable viewpoint character, a strongly appealing love interest, a twisty and exciting plot, a hot sex scene, and some scorching sexual chemistry. What stands out for me most from the story’s multiple strong points is how smart and funny the main characters are. Our hero might start out as a kidnapping victim, but he never stops ...more
Barbarossa’s Bitch by Angelia Sparrow and Naomi Brooks opens with
Dylan, a sc rawny computer programmer struggling to survive eight years
after a global disaster in which most of the world’s population died in their sleep one night. Dylan is focused on hiding his homosexuality, which gets
him repeatedly kicked out of settlements because everyone now puts
procreation first in order to rebuild the human race. Finally, Dylan gets
captured by one of the wildpacks, or motorcycle gangs, that patrol the
wilderness between ...more
Amber Quill Press authors have been providing readers with fantastic, award-winning tales for over a decade. We offer books in three separate imprints: AQP publishes our genre fiction; Amber Heat has sizzling hetero erotic fiction; and our Amber Allure line features some of the best authors writing GLBT fiction today.
Amber Quill Press hand-selects writers with enormous talent, who firmly believe in the fine art of sensual writing, and who continually develop and excel at their chosen craft. From offering stories of gripping suspense ...more
Sometimes when things go bump in the night, you want somebody to comfort you and help you feel safe. Sometimes when you crave a hot paranormal read you want a twist on a popular tale, and this month we’re celebrating the best of lesbian paranormal erotica and romance. Here are a few titles to add to your reading list.
Please welcome romance author Megan Slayer to the Cafe!
I love GLBT Month on ARe. It’s one of my favorites. Why? Not just because I write m/m romance, but because of the variety of stories. Most of my favorite authors are mm authors. It’s a diverse group of writers.
Why do I write M/M romance? I’ve always looked at romance as person A meets person B. They have some calamities, some hardships and lots of sex. Usually, they fall in love. There are some parts of ...more
Rosanna Leo: So excited! Predator’s Kiss, my bear shifter romance, has been embraced by readers in a way I never expected! Thanks to all who have made this book a huge success and thanks to ARE. You can find your copy here: http://www.allromanceebooks.com
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Allie Ritch: It’s release day, and I’m talking about my hot shifter romance, In Season, and the Children of Nanook series over at author Rosanna Leo’s blog at http://rosannaleo.blogspot.com/2013/06/allie-ritchchildren-of-nanook-series.html
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Allie Ritch: My hot shifter romance, In Season (Children of Nanook Book 2), is now available from Liquid Silver Books at http://www.lsbooks.com. This is the sequel to Mating Season, though it also works as a standalone. Come find out how Gilby, the shortest and chattiest man in his village, finds love.
All Gilby wants is to find a female who will spend the mating…[Read more]
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