Sunday, April 1, 2012

4/1/12 ~ New releases from JMS Books LLC

TITLE: Forgive Me, Father
AUTHOR: Lee Patton
ISBN: 9781611522853
GENRE: Contemporary • Fiction • Gay • Interracial • Romance
LENGTH: 7,801 words
PRICE: $2.99


Grad student Gabe Mangan hurries home to his parents’ working-class suburb, sure his cancer-stricken father is already dead. On the way, he agonizes over his father’s destructive role in his first gay romance. His father was a proud bigot, anti-social and confrontational, and Gabe’s boyfriend is an African-American from an elite Denver family.

Can Gabe heal the wounds inflicted upon his connections to both his father and his first love?

TITLE: Same Time Next Year
AUTHOR: Eden Winters
ISBN: 9781611522754
GENRE: Contemporary • Erotic Romance • Fiction • Gay • Paranormal
LENGTH: 8,259 words
PRICE: $2.99


Jerome and Greg played on the dirt road halfway between their homes when they were kids, and found much better games to play there when they grew older. It's their special spot, the perfect place for Greg to propose, and the worst place possible for the accident that takes his life.

Devastated by the loss, Jerome visits that lonely road on the anniversary of Greg's death, only to discover not all endings are permanent.

TITLE: Saving Ernest
AUTHOR: Drew Hunt
ISBN: 9781611522846
GENRE: Contemporary • Erotic Romance • Fiction • Gay
LENGTH: 10,336 words
PRICE: $2.99


Londoner Ernest Porter wasn’t looking for love that Saturday morning. Nor was he looking where he was going.

Fortunately PC Liam McAvoy was looking, and saves Ernest from falling into a hole caused by a missing manhole cover.

The weather is hot, and wanting to thank Liam for saving him, Ernest offers the policeman a glass of ice tea. They talk and Ernest finds himself increasingly drawn to the young constable. But it can’t go anywhere. Liam isn’t gay, there’s a big age difference between them, and Ernest is still hurting from a previous betrayal.

After weeks of internal struggle, Ernest finally confesses all. Liam’s reaction is not what Ernest expects.

TITLE: The Man Next Door
AUTHOR: J. Tomas
ISBN: 9781611523003
GENRE: Contemporary • Fiction • Gay
LENGTH: 8,447 words
PRICE: $2.99


When fifteen year old Jake Allister learns the new neighbor in his apartment complex is an elderly man from Germany named Mr. Wagner, he fears the worst. The guy's old enough to have survived World War II, and to Jake's young mind, that makes him suspect. Because Mr. Wagner isn't Jewish, Jake assumes the man must have been part of the Nazi regime who tortured and killed millions before he was born.

Jake isn't religious, by any stretch of the imagination, and neither is his mother. He had to learn about the Holocaust at school; now he distrusts anything German, including Mr. Wagner. Then he sees the old man watching him and his boyfriend Thad make out in the parking lot. Jake just knows the guy is a Nazi.

But when he finally gets invited into Mr. Wagner's apartment, Jake discovers Jews weren't the only ones who suffered during the Holocaust. For the first time, he begins to grasp the scope of the tragedy that unfurled during the war ... and what it meant to be Jewish -- or gay -- in Nazi Germany.

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