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The Sun Still Rises by Laura Bailo

The Sun Still Rises by Laura Bailo

Erik is on a mission. He’s grieving the loss of his father and when the time come’s for his dad’s annual trip to Spain? Erik makes a last minute decision, books a flight, and heads across the Atlantic. Other than getting there he’s made no arrangements or plans.

David works in the tourist office. When Erik stumbles in looking for help David realizes the help Erik needs is more than he can offer. Or is it?

David offers Erik his spare bedroom for while he’s in town. What neither man was expecting were the feelings and connections one would have toward the other.

Then David has to leave. Can they survive a long distance relationship?

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The Shipwreck by Rosalind Abel

The Shipwreck by Rosalind Abel

This is book #4 in the Lavender Shores series.

Lamont Price is an author. He writes under a female pen name, and writes Male/Female love stories. If he could become a recluse he would, but his family and friends won’t allow it. His status as a member of one of the founding families doesn’t allow it also.

Lamont’s family is constantly trying to set him up and he just knows there’s going to be an attempt at a blind date during his friend’s baby shower. So he hires a cover model to be his pretend boyfriend.

They literally fake it until they make it. Then deception and lies are thrown in and the little that they did make come crumbling down.

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Runner by Parker Williams

Runner by Parker Williams

Matt Bowers has lived a life of isolation for over 10 years. He cut himself off from society and more importantly his family. At the age of 16 he was sexually assaulted by someone he should have been able to trust. Since then his anxiety has kept him enthralled. Isolation seemed to be the best answer.

Until the runner.

Charlie Carver is an author that recently moved to the small town from NYC. He finds a way to make himself part of Matt’s routine and bring him comfort; in more ways than one.

There are many trials and obstacles in the way for these two, but patience and courage are teachers to us all.

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Male/Male by Seth King

Male/Male by Seth King

Talon is straight. He’s done some fooling around, but what straight man hasn’t?  He’s also a struggling author. His latest novel was a complete flop. After reading an article about gay romance Talon decides that’s going to be his next project. So he calls the only person he knows who can help.

Alexander, another author, has been flirting with Talon since they met at a book con. When he receives Talon’s request he’e elated to be able to spend time with the other author but makes sure Talon understands he must submerge himself into the gay community and write about those issues.

The more educated Talon becomes the more conflicted he feels about his own sexuality and feelings.

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