They face dangerous missions, they work all hours, and they do what it takes to keep our nation secure. Navy SEALs are regarded as the best of the best – they have the skills and strength to get the job done. Naturally SEAL adventures make for good drama on TV and film, and if you enjoy romantic suspense there’s nothing like a SEAL hero to keep you turning pages.
If you love Navy SEAL romance, you’ll never want for new titles at All Romance. Check out ...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?
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Lovers and Other Strangers is a re-issue of a previously published novella. Written in the close third-person viewpoint of Finn, a young painter from a family of famous artists and art critics, it centers on the popular theme of second chances. To get there, it explores the always-compelling coming-of-age question of how a hero can find his own self-worth, separate from the accomplishments of his family. The novella is flawlessly written and enjoyably intricate, filled with plot twists and vivid characters, especially Finn’s flamboyantly gay friend ...more
The Adrian English mysteries are now being republished by the author with elegant new cover art, and this book is where the series takes off like a rocket for me. Whereas the first book had a shaky ending and the second book stranded interesting characters in a ho-hum setting, this third book is very strong. Bookshop owner Adrian and troubled LAPD detective Jake are back in Los Angeles, definitely my favorite weird city on earth.
We readers are treated to bookshop interactions, satirical scenes of Adrian’s ...more
The French Have a Word For It by Josh Lanyon is a mostly impeccably written romantic short story set in Paris. It’s true that Paris and art students are written about to excess, but I appreciated how the author goes deeper in this story and explains why Colin paints in mostly black and white with browns, grays, and touches of green. The only jarring moment in the story comes with the inexplicably coy sidestepping of what might have been a very natural sex scene: “They ...more
Sort of Stranger than Fiction (Petit Morts 7) by Josh Lanyon (17,240 words) is a strong installment in the delightful Petit Morts series, now at ten books with the final five soon to be released. The novelettes are written by some of the top names in gay romance today, including Jordan Castillo Price, Josh Lanyon, Sean Kennedy, and Clare London. Each novelette shares the character of Chance, a sexy, enigmatic chocolatier with supernatural powers. Chance travels the world, opening his chocolate shop in a new ...more
Out of the Blue by Josh Lanyon is a 70-page historical romance set in France in 1916 among the British pilots who fought the Germans during the First World War - and whose life expectancy amounted to eleven days. The story opens on an intense scene in a stable where an enlisted man, Orton, has drawn aside Captain Bat Bryant in an attempt to blackmail him over his secret affair with Gene, a recently killed pilot.
Bat knocks Orton down, but accidentally kills him. Another pilot steps out of the shadows ...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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