Wicked Triplicity by Tanya Sands

Wicked Triplicity by Tanya Sands

This book intermingles with book #2 in the Iron Fist Series by Zana King: Iron Paradox.

The Wicked Inked crew are a tight knit crew. They work together and play together. Often times their play times involve the popular heavy metal band Iron Fist.

Xandra, Cooper, and Reed have known each other for years. First as friends, then co-workers, and then even more intimately as play mates during the infamous Iron Fist parties. They’ve all had a crush on the other, but a menage relationship is hardly going to be something that is accepted.

With each of them getting closer, more intimate with the other, they each decide that it’s time to remove skeletons from their closets. Be open. Be honest. Only it’s not as freeing as it’s supposed to be and leaves one or more of them traumatized from the overflow of information.

So the age old question remains….Does love really conquer all?


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New Release Blitz-Out in the End Zone by Lane Hayes

New Release Blitz-Out in the End Zone by Lane Hayes

Title: Out in the End Zone

Series: Out in College #2

Author: Lane Hayes

Publisher: Lane Hayes

Release Date: October 10

Heat Level: 4 – Lots of Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 44000

Genre: Romance, New Adult, Bisexual, College romance, Football, Coming out

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Evan di Angelo is an upbeat, good-natured goofball who loves his friends and family… and football. A traumatic accident may have ended his hopes of playing professionally, but he’s made the most of his four years on the field at a small Southern California college. He’s learned the hard way to embrace change, take chances and try things outside of his comfort zone…like agreeing to play fake boyfriends for someone else’s senior project.

Mitch Peterson knows that being his authentic self is the path to true happiness. He’s grown from a shy, quiet kid from a broken home to an out and proud budding internet sensation bound for grad school. An awesome senior project is the key. It’s unlikely anyone will believe the hunky, straight athlete is Mitch’s new lover, but it’s worth a shot. However, as their tentative friendship blossoms into unexpected attraction, the lines between reality and fiction blur for both men. Evan is forced to face old demons and decide if he has the courage to take the next step and come out in the end zone.


Mitch scoffed. “Cooperate, please. This is your intro. Maybe you should put your arm around me and kiss my cheek.”


“Yes. This is a rehearsal, so…go for it.”

I moved to his side, slipped my arm around his waist, and kissed his cheek. His scruff threw me off stride. It wasn’t noticeable because his facial hair was blond, but I could feel it. He smelled and felt different from anyone I’d ever kissed before. Sure, I’d kissed male relatives. I was part Italian. No one in my family shied from physical contact. But a hug and kiss on each cheek from my Uncle Gianni was different from kissing an attractive man. I caressed his cheek impulsively and then leaned in to sniff him the way I’d wanted to since the party. “Mmm.”

“What are you doing?” he asked.

“You smell good. I’ve never kissed a guy I wasn’t related to who had a five o’clock shadow.”

Mitch gave me a funny look. “You kissed me yesterday at lunch.”

“Yeah, but you haven’t shaved since this morning, right? The texture is like sandpaper but in a good way. I like it,” I assured him.

He looked flustered for a second but recovered quickly. “Well, that’ll make the real kiss easier then.”

“Right. When do we kiss, and what’s the intensity level supposed to be? G, PG, PG-13? Or are we going straight to the nasty?” I teased.

“Ha. G is peck on the cheek, which we just covered. PG is peck on the lips. So somewhere in between that and PG-13 works.”

“Got it. Maybe we should practice first,” I said.

“Um…sure.” Mitch turned around and gestured toward the bar stools at the island. “We can sit there, and I’ll set up the tripod a foot or so from where you’re standing now.”

“We don’t have to be in exact position. I just need to get used to touching you. It would be the same with anyone. Guy or girl.”

Okay, fine. I wanted to do it again. I’d thought about him nonstop since the party last weekend. And that throwaway kiss yesterday at the restaurant had opened a Pandora’s box. I was consumed now. I didn’t want to practice kissing him. I had to or I’d go crazy.

“Maybe you’re right. Um…okay. You can kiss me,” he said in a low voice.

“Well, you have to participate,” I chided as I stepped into his space.

“I’m…yes. Do you want to go first? Like…” Mitch set his hand on my hip and inched closer still. “This?”

I lifted my right hand and hovered it above his ear for a moment before threading my fingers through his hair. He suddenly looked nervous, which somehow worked in my favor. I held his gaze, then moved forward and gently pressed my lips to his. And fuck, it felt amazing to be here again. I tilted my head slightly, loving the intoxicating contrast of his soft lips and scratchy chin. Mitch closed his eyes and hooked his arms around my neck so we stood toe to toe and chest to chest. All the ways this felt different no longer applied. I knew what to do here. I was practically a fucking expert.

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Meet the Author

Lane Hayes is grateful to finally be doing what she loves best. Writing full-time! It’s no secret Lane loves a good romance novel. An avid reader from an early age, she has always been drawn to well-told love story with beautifully written characters. These days she prefers the leading roles to both be men. Lane discovered the M/M genre a few years ago and was instantly hooked. Her debut novel was a 2013 Rainbow Award finalist and subsequent books have received Honorable Mentions, and won First Prize in the 2016 and 2017 Rainbow Awards. She loves red wine, chocolate and travel (in no particular order). Lane lives in Southern California with her amazing husband in a newly empty nest.

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Falling for Him by CL Mustafic

Falling for Him by CL Mustafic

Dr. Gavin Addison is going through a painful divorce. He caught his wife cheating, kicked her out, and now she won’t stop harassing him. This is how he meets Officer Lex Turner.

Lex is called out multiple times to Gavin’s house in response to Gavin’s ex wife. He hardly speaks in Gavin’s presence because he’s in lust and afraid he’ll say the wrong thing.

Once the divorce is final Riley, Gavin’s best friend, takes him out for a night on the town in hopes he’ll get laid. Gavin catches the eye of two people that night, one of them being Lex.

At the end of the night Gavin goes home with both Lex and his female companion for his first menage. Only it’s horribly awkward and Gavin pleads with Lex for a do over.

From here Lex and Gavin develop a friendship that quickly leads to more. While they’re developing and exploring these new feelings for each other Gavin’s ex is still wrecking havoc on his life and once Gavin’s mother finds out she’s bound and determined to set Gavin straight and get the demon known as Lex out of his grasp.

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Faux (F-Word 3) by E. Davies

Faux (F-Word 3) by E. Davies

Sam is a 20 year old that gets to be everything but. His mother died two year prior and now he’s running her diner and trying to raise his little brother. He has no time for anything personal, like dating.

Denver works for a charity and is surrounded by happy couples. He’d like to join them in his bliss but his status as an HIV positive male makes it hard. Then he finds himself spending more and more time at the diner conversing and ogling his server Sam.

Both are busy men. How can they carve time out of their schedules for each other? Or will that be their downfall?


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Boyfriend Girlfriend Book Tag

Boyfriend Girlfriend Book Tag

Happy BookTag Tuesday!!!   This month’s book tag is random questions about anything/everything book boyfriend/girlfriend related.  Enjoy!!


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A Taste of Honey by Ari McKay

A Taste of Honey by Ari McKay

Boone has decided to go back home for a weekend. His mother takes this opportunity to plan a family reunion and Boone knows this is code for “Finding Boone a Girlfriend”.

Rob is Boone’s best friend. He’s gay, but most importantly he moonlights as Honey, the drag queen.

The two concoct a plan that has Rob portraying Honey and Boone’s girlfriend while they’re at Boone’s mama’s house.

Lines cross too easily making Boone face a fact about himself and have Rob running.

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Coming In by Michelle Ogilvy

Coming In by Michelle Ogilvy

Jay and Adam have been best friends for years. After high school they moved to the city and are now flat mates, with benefits.

When Adam gets a serious girlfriend things start to fall apart in their friendship. Jay’s brought home plenty of ladies in the past, but there’s something about April, Adam’s girlfriend, that has the boys on edge with each other.

Coming In is riddled with angst and hair pulling moments while we watch the boys figure out who they are and if they can repair their friendship to follow their hearts.

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A Boy Worth Knowing by Jennifer Cosgrove

A Boy Worth Knowing by Jennifer Cosgrove

Nate Shaw can see and speak to ghosts. This means he’s seen talking to himself frequently giving him the label as freak at school. Even some of his family have cast him aside because of his ability.

Then walks in James. James is new to the school and Nate has been instructed to show him the ropes. The two quickly build a friendship. Only, James has an entity stuck to him, the reason he’s moved to Nate’s little town. Plus, James is on a mission, and Nate knows all the answers from his ghostly conversations.

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Reflecting Roni (Beauty in the Darkness #3) by Brooke Lee

Reflecting Roni (Beauty in the Darkness #3) by Brooke Lee

Reflecting Roni
Beauty in the Darkness – Book 3
By Brooke Lee
Genre: Erotic Suspense
Release Date: May 27, 2017
Cover Design by Cassy Roop of Pink Ink Designs
Bad Choices
Too trusting
These are all words that describe the old me.
The mistakes I made over a decade ago still haunt my subconscious. I’ve tried to keep my past buried, but every time I see the darkness in my best friend Shelby’s eyes, my heart breaks all over again.
These are words that describe me today.
Looking in the mirror, I see a sexy, confident and successful woman reflected back at me. I’ve found a man that not only fulfills my carnal desires, but one who is quickly filling the empty space in my heart. With both Kyle and Shelby by my side, my life is nearly perfect.
Perfect until one of the biggest mistakes of my life strolls back into town, bringing with him all of the darkness from my past.
I am Roni Monroe and this is my story.
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~More About Brooke Lee~
Growing up, Brooke’s mother instilled a deep respect for the English language and a love of words. She taught Brooke to read and write and shared her appreciation for poetry. As a teen, poetry became an outlet for Brooke’s innermost thoughts and deepest, often times darkest feelings.
In school, teachers always told her “write what you know”, so that is what she did. At the not so tender age of forty-three, she started to write her first novel, I Am ShelbyJames (Beauty in the Darkness) and it is what she knows—emotions.
In her spare time—when she’s not writing—you can find Brooke cuddled on the couch with her husband of 20+ years, their fur babies, and a good (often naughty) eBook—unless of course she’s having cocktails with her Bestie at one of their favorite haunts.
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Puppet Boy by Christian Baines

Puppet Boy by Christian Baines

Eric is a senior in high school, aspiring film director, and teenage escort. He has a girlfriend named Mary and a newly acquired best friend, Julien.

Eric decides to pursue an experiment to ensure he has the best senior project. He also convinces the class they need to do Titus as their Shakespeare play. As the brutality of that tragedy unfolds we see more and more of the parallels in Eric’s life and those around him.

**This story is NOT a romance and features dark subjects along with dark humor.**



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