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TITLE: A Hippie Independence Day
AUTHOR: J.D. Walker
ISBN: 9781634860901
GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 1,400 words
PRICE: FREE

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Benjamin “Ben” Brooker loves Carl Neilson with every fiber of his being. They’ve been together for over a year now, and Carl — he of the hippie hair and bushy sideburns that finally went the way, thank goodness — has made great strides in letting his son Chester live his own life, and finding one of his own.

For some reason that Ben can’t fathom, however, Carl is being stubborn about getting rid of his Hawaiian shirts. It’s the only thing remaining from the time when Carl was deathly afraid of change. Ben believes there’s something more going on behind his lover’s stubbornness on the issue, and he’s determined to find out what’s really going on.

This Independence Day, Ben will stop at nothing to get Carl to open up to him, and maybe make some fireworks of their own, in the process.


TITLE: From This Day Forward
AUTHOR: Addison Albright
ISBN: 9781634861960
GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 10,868 words
PRICE: $1.99
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Follow-up story to ’Til Death Do Us Part

Henry and Sam Miller-Greene are enjoying life in the summer after Henry’s rescue from a small South Pacific island, where Henry and three others were marooned for five years.

Henry and Sam thought adopting Aiden — the child with whom Henry had been stranded — would be smooth sailing. Matters are complicated by the public nature of their rescue that has turned the survivors into overnight celebrities. Anti-gay-fueled animus rears its ugly head in the blogosphere, causing concerns over the impact libelous rumors might have on Aiden.

With their nightmare separation behind them, Henry and Sam are anxious to renew both the intensity of their former intimacies — now hampered by having a curious and still apprehensive child sharing their home — and their commitment to one another. Will they be able to move their love forward now that they are together again?


TITLE: Put Five Rings on It
AUTHOR: David Connor & E.F. Mulder
ISBN: 9781634861021
GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 27,412 words
PRICE: $3.99

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Numbers mean everything to an Olympic marathoner, but for Gordon O’Dooley, his obsession with one number in particular might get a little out of hand.

Gordon literally comes running into Marty Walsh’s family diner one day, and their mutual attraction is instant. He comes on too strong, though, and Marty quickly slams on the brakes. When Marty suggests they take things slow, Gordon races off, and any hope of a relationship goes right along with him.

Four years pass, and Marty does his best to move on. But fate brings them back together as Gordon is preparing for another Olympic bid. They agree to start over, slowly this time.

As they get to know each other, Marty comes to realize how strong Gordon’s obsession with the number five is. Will Marty be able to handle Gordon’s OCD? And what will Gordon do when he realizes the reason behind Marty’s reluctance at intimacy?


TITLE: Stallions and Studs Box Set
AUTHOR: Terry O’Reilly
ISBN: 9781634862462
GENRE: Gay Western Erotic Romance Box Set
LENGTH: 89,853 words
PRICE: $5.99
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Two hours outside of Boise, Idaho, is a sign that reads, “Welcome to Stallions and Studs.”

In the four stories corralled together in this collection, read about the cowboys who work the ranch and the men who come there to live out their cowboy fantasies. Riding, herding cattle, rodeoing along with moonlit trail rides, snuggling by a camp fire, and rolling around in the hay are just some of the activities available to the guests seeking to lasso themselves some cowboy fun. And for a few, if they’re lucky, a whole lot more.

Contains the stories: Shoulda Been a Cowboy, Back in the Saddle Again, Rodeo Cowboy, and Reining In Rio.


TITLE: The Hearts of Yesteryear
AUTHOR: Vivien Dean
ISBN: 9781634861854
GENRE: Gay Romance
LENGTH: 25,252 words
PRICE: $3.99

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Throughout his career, actor John Paravati has stuck with what he told the gossip rags — he’s been in like, in lust, even in respect once or twice, but never love. All he’s ever cared about is performing. If he’s stuck now doing commercials for cruise lines, at least it’s better than shilling adult diapers.

But Hollywood pretends, and John is a master. Because once upon a time, he loved two things more than anything — his best friend Frank and the movie palace he used as sanctuary.

Over fifty years ago, John ran away from his hometown. Now, someone has restored the theater he left behind, and they want John at its relaunch. The memories still sting, but he agrees to attend, even though it means dealing with heartache. At seventy-seven, he’s too old to hold onto the hurt. The question is, however, is he too old to start over once it’s gone?


TITLE: The Hippie Whisperer
AUTHOR: J.D. Walker
ISBN: 9781634860666
GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 12,040 words
PRICE: $2.99

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Carl Neilson’s life is centered around his college-aged son, Chester, who is home for the summer. At forty-seven years old, Carl is content with his thinning shoulder length hair, bushy sideburns and Hawaiian shirts, much to Chester’s dismay. Chester sets up a blind date for his dad with artist Benjamin ‘Ben’ Brooker.

Their first meeting is a disaster. Carl is horrified by the flamboyant and very opinionated Ben — a man whose hair reminds him of a patriotic skunk with its red, white, and blue stripes — and who manages to call into question all the things about himself that Carl holds dear.

It takes Carl a while to admit that there are changes he needs to make, especially to stop using his son as a crutch. With the help of plain-speaking Ben, Carl gets a haircut — thank God — and takes a few fumbling steps toward something new.

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