LGBT Romance Deals 12/1

51QZuJj9QvLSPOTLIGHT!! Masked Heart by Calli Hall


Benedict, Duke of Lexerton, faces a problem. After his brother’s sudden passing, he is confronted with the necessity to find a spouse.

Trying to fulfill his obligation at the events of high society, he repeatedly encounters a strange woman. Who is this mysterious Madame P. and how is she connected to his brother’s death?

A gay historical thriller about forbidden passions, power and a deadly secret society.

51rd289DueLUndercover Star by Jackie Keswick


It sounds like the stupidest idea in the history of stupid ideas. Detective Inspector Josh Ingram wants to find a deadly medieval locket and through it, a murderer. So why does his boss decide to team him up with Matisse Vervein, a pop idol many consider just a pretty face… and expect the two of them to hunt down an art thief?

Marissa Godwin, Matisse’s no-nonsense manager, isn’t stupid. Neither is her brother-in-law, Detective Superintendent Tim Montgomery. Each is looking out for a lonely man on the verge of quitting what he does best, and both believe that their charges would make a great team.

The attraction sizzling between Josh and Matisse is hard to miss, but there’s plenty of resentment, too. Focussed on pushing Josh and Matisse towards each other, Marissa and Tim haven’t imagined the kind of trouble a music star and a detective can find when they ditch their prejudices and accept that the attraction between them is mutual. Or how far each is prepared to go to prove it to the other.

A feel-good, action adventure romance set in England and Scotland, featuring a reluctant pop star who’s not out, a detective trying his hand at being a bodyguard, plenty of adventure, and a happy ending.

51IxrGv+8ELSurfacing by Daniel Stephens


“Surfacing is without a doubt one of the best romances I have read. Mr. Stephens mixes deep emotions with Native American lore to make a love story that is absolutely unforgettable. I know that I will be reading and re-reading Surfacing for many years to come. If you read only one book before the end of 2017, then make it Surfacing by Mr. Stephens; it is a phenomenal love story.”Regina
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance
“SURFACING is the engrossing story of a young man, hurt beyond belief and grieving, lost to his world but desperately trying to reconnect.  So he returns to his roots, to the cabin where he spent the summers with his grandparents, hoping to find some solace. What he finds is a family–a group of people where many of them remember him from his youth and maybe even help him find love again. The descriptions in this book are second to none–whether it is the characters, the wolf, or even the cabin. This is a poignant story that I thoroughly enjoyed, and would highly recommend to all.Merissa, Reviewer for The Romance Reviews
The Story:Used to luxurious, high-profile city life, Chris’s world is shattered when tragedy takes his husband and young son. Seeking a life free from pain, Chris returns to his grandfather’s cabin on the shores of Wolf Thorn Lake, Maine.

When Chris meets Jake, the earthy young man who resides across the lake, Chris faces his most challenging decision yet. Does he continue his life alone, or does he risk his heart and the potential of love he sees illuminated in Jake’s warm eyes?

A young man running from pain, a rural free spirit with the ability to heal, and a wolf who haunts the shore-line of Wolf Thorn Lake illustrate the endurance of the human heart, the capacity to learn how to love again, and the heart’s ability to restore even the most wounded of men.

You’ve Been Knotty by Kellan Larkin


“I wouldn’t have left if not for your scroogely ways.”

Six months ago, spirited wolf-shifter Jake Marley walked out on his business partner and lover, Eben, vowing he’d never return. But everything changes when his pack turns on him, and the only person who can protect him is his former mate. Jake can’t afford to let his pride get the best of him, since it’s not only his life that’s in danger—the life of his unborn child is at stake too.

“Dragons guard their treasure with their life, and I’ve found mine.”

Eben Meiser only drove Jake away to prevent him from learning the truth—that Eben is a dragon-shifter, feared and shunned by society. Now Eben is preparing to spend Christmas alone when Jake comes hurtling back into his life, along with the surprise that he’s carrying Eben’s baby. Eben fights to protect their future, but will he and Jake be able to rekindle their past?

This Christmas novella is a sexy mpreg twist on the classic Christmas Carol. It contains a May/December romance with no cheating and a happily ever after.

Chase the Ace by Casey Ashwood


He wasn’t broken.

Chase is a simple man who dedicates his life to helping animals in need. He’s long put finding love on the back burner, having had a string of bad luck. It’s not easy finding that special someone while being asexual.

Don’t forget to breathe.

Morgan spends his nights working security and his days looking for love in all the wrong places. He knows there is something missing in his life, but doesn’t know where to begin to find it. Things need to change, but he doesn’t want to do it alone.

We’ll figure this out together.

A stray dog running loose one fateful night brings Chase and Morgan’s worlds together. Sparks fly as they work to try and find the loveable Lulu a forever home. But things are never that simple. Can they keep Lulu safe from her past? Will they also find their own forever homes in each other’s embrace?

Chase the Ace is a gay romance novel. It has a happily ever after ending with no cliffhanger.

Double Play by BL Morticia


First baseman Presley Amato is enamored with his fellow infielder. Although the Rebels tend to accept gay players, Presley knows his homophobic, Elvis-loving father would disown him. What kind of Italian man doesn’t bed females? Presley is ready to come out, but with so much at stake, he can’t let the cat out the bag.

Tyler Aiken is an easy-going, sexually fluid male. Wanting to play the hot corner has always been his dream, so he doesn’t fly the freak flag too much. However, when he catches Presley giving him more than the eye, Tyler swings hard for the fences to get the slightly, older player into bed.

For both, making plays on the field is easy, but away from the stadium lights, it’s harder and when emotions get in the way, being ‘just teammates’ becomes even more difficult than winning.


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