Day of the Dead by Erik Orrantia is more gay fiction than gay romance, but it has much to offer romance readers. Its strengths include smooth writing, a vivid sense of Mexico, and a deeply emotional tone ranging
from longing to renewed hope. The interracial-multicultural love story centers on Joe, an American who mourns the loss of his lover Arturo, a Mexican illegal who disappeared while crossing the border. Joe has no love interest in the present day, but he does have friends and employees who depend ...more
We are coming to the end of Reading is Sexy Month (though we like to think every month should be celebrated so), but we still have a few genres to cover for readers who want the full spectrum of romance. You could say we’re saving the best for (nearly) last, and it is true that M/M romance is the top selling genre at All Romance. How could we possibly pick five books among the many great stories we have here?
Our readers love all ...more
Celebrate the best of M/M paranormal romance…
A genie who learns wishes can come true, a love that span time or can save a kingdom,
a reluctant vamp, enemies who become lovers, and magic that will warm your soul, there’s something for everyone in Volume 1 of ARe’s Just One Bite.
Authors featured in this volume:
Elizabeth Fisher: Come on, admit it. Revenge can be sweet. Unfortunately, that so-called sweetness can leave a bitter aftertaste that’s more than just a metaphor. Ask Elzetta Swan, if you don’t believe me.
In my debut novel, CURSE ME NOT, you join Appalachian unsophisticate Elzetta as she explores the preternatural side of a world where revenge curses are real,…[Read more]
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