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I DO TWO: Love is at the heart of all we want for ourselves so why shouldn't any human being be able to say I Do to a life of commitment and sharing with that special person?  We hope that marriage will soon be a dream that everyone can share.  That's why some of the leading authors of GLBT...
TENTED: Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Step right up and read stories both salacious and miraculous!  Only fifteen dollars for the Grand Tour of Tented! That’s three fins to meet the Great Masturbator! Three Lincolns to explore a post-apocalyptic future where every clown has his very own catamite! Yes, my...
FOOL FOR LOVE:  Is romance over in this age of online cruising and anonymous hook-ups? For anyone who believes that love has left the building, here is an exhilarating collection of new gay fiction designed to reignite your belief in the power of romance. Follow the travails of a dog walker...
Beautiful Strangers
Be careful what you wish for - it might come true!Gynaecologist Hyacinth Dickinson cast a spell for her perfect woman.A woman to match her desire for danger, diamonds . . . and sex.When Hyacinth meets Beth she believes her to be The One. Would you trust a woman who could read your mind? Who wanted...
Twelve years ago, Charlie Crawford shot dead his two lesbian neighbors. Now he's terminally ill and requesting early release from prison. Back then, Sharon and her friends fought to bring him to justice. Now she has to find the strength to fight again. But the man who killed her friends also took...
What if doctors were able to transplant your mind into a new body after a terrible accident? What if, thanks to the process, you found you could no longer love the person you were with or live your old life? What would become your new "normal"?
A deliciously funny romp of a novel about one overly theatrical and sexually confused New Jersey teenager’s larcenous quest for his acting school tuition.It’s 1983 in Wallingford, New Jersey, a sleepy bedroom community outside of Manhattan. Seventeen-year-old Edward Zanni, a feckless Ferris Bueller...
In praising “the witty high school romp” How I Paid for College, the New York Times Book Review said, it “makes you hope there’s a lot more where this came from.” There is. In this hilarious sequel Attack of the Theater People, Edward Zanni and his merry crew of high school musical-comedy...
Hollywood. It's all smoke and mirrors. And vampires. Part-thriller, part-comedy, part-romance, 'The Children of Judas' marks the first in the series 'The Lesbian Vampire Chronicles'. Dante Sonnier, Hollywood agent to the stars and the Undead, must risk everything to help the LA vampire community.
Hellebore and Rue
Magic that detects crime, magic that heals, magic that destroys: all this and more and in hands of women who use their love and their desires to shape their worlds and their destinies. Hellebore and Rue includes 12 stories by Connie Wilkins, Steve Berman, Juliet Kemp, Lisa Morton, Ruth Sorrell and...