LGBT Romance Deals 10/24

Perfect Timing by Aimee Brissay


“This was an intense, sexy vampire/ shifter read. I was pulled in from the first page.”
“A different take on the vampire/shifter/fated mates storyline.”
“I was fascinated with it from beginning to end”

Valentin Alekseev prays for death while fleeing for his life, hunted for secrets he shouldn’t be aware of. With his home in ruins and his master killed, he should know better than to bring innocent bystanders into his life. But Fate has other plans.

Twenty-seven years old, Shawn Dougal never thought he’d fall for a man, much less a bloodsucker. But how else can he explain the sudden lapse in judgment that has him traveling halfway across Romania, risking his own life to save Valentin’s? And will breaking and entering a centuries-old castle full of vampires be enough to get his lover back?

Country Boy by A.E. Wasp


Sometimes the toughest thing to believe in is yourself.

The first time Paul Dyson met Robbie Rhodes, they ended up naked in Robbie’s bed. The last time they met, on the ice the morning after, Paul punched Robbie in the face and called him something he’d rather not repeat.

Two years later, they’re teammates and Paul is so deep in the closet he’ll need a roadmap to find his way out again.

Robbie might be his compass. But to be with Robbie, Paul will have to turn his back on his family and everything he’s ever believed in.

It’s going to take a lot of faith to find their way together in this shiny new world.

Country Boy is a love story about figuring out who you are, who you want to be, and how to get there. It contains sweet hockey plays, a 1976 Corvette Stingray, fancy underwear, and the journey of a lifetime.

Edge of Deceit by Zane Menzy


Sometimes you must abandon your fate to achieve your destiny

Mild-mannered accountant Dane Dravitski has always viewed his best mate Anton as a bright spark in his life, but unexpectedly that bright spark has ignited into a burning desire. Unfortunately, Anton is strictly a ladies’ man, and Dane is forced to hide his heart’s true feelings. However, a tantalising opportunity presents itself on a boy’s night out, and Dane’s burning desire begins to shed light on some very dark shadows.

Despite laidback appearances, Anton Matthews is a control freak who has known since a young age he was destined for success. A success that would help heal the scars of his troubled youth. Now at twenty-nine, and the danger of bankruptcy looming, he is growing impatient for some good fortune. To Anton’s amazement a shocking revelation from Dane offers him a chance to rectify his situation, but submitting to it means sacrificing his only protection; control.

As the raw love and painful history of their friendship is slowly revealed in a house haunted by its past and ghostly secrets, both men are forced to confront their demons while walking the… Edge of Deceit.

GENRE: Steamy romance (Standalone, HEA)
PLEASE NOTE: This emotionally-charged steamy romance touches on some dark themes. It contains descriptions of violence, suicide, and sexually aggressive behaviour. You also have to contend with the author’s wayward attempts at Kiwi humour.

Showing Sean by Derek Vayle


Sean: Work sucks, my boss is an asshole, and my ex left me after two years of a serious relationship. I’m done with dating. What’s the point when the love of your life just up and leaves you? So when my boss sends me on a work assignment that nobody else wants to take, why can’t I stop thinking about the man I met at the dog show? Fine. We can be friends, but that’s it. Nothing more. Absolutely not.

Blake: I don’t know what compelled me to visit the dog show that day. I haven’t entered one since I was a kid – not since the incident happened. But the man I met there was more than worth it – he’s kind, funny and smart. I want more of him, but I can’t have him. He just had a bad break up. All I can do is be there for him as friends… Right?

Showing Sean is a contemporary M/M novel with a happy ending and plenty of heat. It is the first book in the Shepherd Brothers series.


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