TITLE: For the Last Time
AUTHOR: A.R. Moler
GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 12,438 words
It’s not easy being blue — a cop — that is, not a good one anyway. Scott Hedrich and Mark Stenner have had each other’s backs a long time. Best friends, they’ve supported each other through girlfriends, marriages, divorces, promotions, the various ups and downs and dangers of their job, including the terrorist attack on DC.
Somewhere along the way, their friendship turned into something more. Twenty-three years later and they’ve finally come to recognize what’s been the truth all along. They belong together. It’s time for a wedding!
TITLE: Married Cowboy
AUTHOR: Drew Hunt
GENRE: Gay Western Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 16,706 words
Sequel to Calvin’s Cowboy
When John “Brock” Brockwell’s high school class ring goes missing, then later reappears, his boyfriend, Calvin Hamilton, denies all knowledge. Often when Brock walks into a room, Calvin and his guests change the subject.
What’s going on? Brock wonders if Calvin is working up to proposing marriage. But despite several opportunities — limo rides, drinking champagne in a private jet before retiring to the bedroom at the back of the plane, and vacationing on a gay dude ranch in Texas — Calvin doesn’t pop the question.
Brock soon finds life as a cowboy on the ranch isn’t what he thought it would be. When he confesses this to Calvin, tempers flare. Where are the wedding bells Brock was expecting? Will love and honor win out over pride and stubbornness?
AUTHOR: Erica Yang
GENRE: Lesbian Interracial Romance
LENGTH: 17,986 words
When the college health clinic discovers Bonnie Deluca was born with a hole in the wall of her heart, she finds herself suddenly facing surgery — and the family she’s been estranged from since leaving home. They don’t accept her girlfriend, don’t respect her needs, and aren’t the people she wants making her medical decisions if anything goes wrong. A friendly nurse points out that a new option has become available in their state: thanks to marriage equality, Bonnie can make Tina her next of kin.
Tina Harper never thought she’d be getting married at nineteen. In spite of her fear, she wants to be there for Bonnie as best she can. Tina agrees to marry Bonnie so she can protect her.
As she faces off with Bonnie’s family, Tina can only hope Bonnie will come out of surgery wholehearted and ready to live with the decision they’ve made.
TITLE: Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?
AUTHOR: J.M. Snyder
GENRE: Gay Romance
LENGTH: 30,554 words
Sequel to It’s All Relative
It’s been eleven years since Michael Knapp introduced his lover Dan Biggs and came out to his family over dinner. During that time, the two men have grown closer despite Dan’s military career, which has taken him into war zones overseas. Their relationship has survived each deployment, and with the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” their relationship is out in the open and stronger than ever.
Dan was in Afghanistan when the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal in all fifty states, but the moment he’s back from his year-long assignment, he pops the question. Michael can’t wait to share the news, though it spreads a bit too quickly on social media for his liking — the moment he posts a picture of their rings, his sister tells their mother, who insists on helping plan the wedding.
Suddenly Michael finds the townhome he shares with Dan overrun with his family, who might mean well but who want to take over what should be his special day. He only just got engaged and they’re already talking about where to host the reception! Whose wedding is it anyway?