Sunday, May 13, 2012

5/13/12 ~ New Releases from JMS Books LLC!

TITLE: A Cowboy's Heart
AUTHOR: J.M. Snyder
ISBN: 9781611522433
GENRE: Erotic Romance • Fiction • Gay • Historical • Transgender • Western/Cowboy
LENGTH: 39,471 words
PRICE: $4.99


Ranch hand Tommy Prout thinks he's in love ... with his boss, Hal Bolstrum. Problem is, Hal's engaged to be married to the ranch owner's daughter and, though he knows of Tommy's crush, he sees it as nothing more than harmless affection. When payday rolls around and the other cowboys want to ride into town to check out the girls at the Wildhorse saloon, Tommy tags along to throw off any suspicion anyone might have about his feelings for his boss. He sure as hell doesn't want to spend his money on any of the soiled doves the town has to offer.

At the bar he meets Lila, an enterprising young working girl who takes a liking to him. When Tommy says he wants to be left alone, Lila suggests he rest in her room -- with the promise they don't have to actually do anything. But Lila isn't like the others, and when she discovers Tommy is more scared of her than attracted to her feminine charms, she lets him in on a little secret.

Lila's real name is Stephen Marsh. He lives as a woman, moving from saloon to saloon, pleasing men for money. He loves men and enjoys his work, and what others don't know about what's under his skirt doesn't bother him. In all his years on the prairie, he's never met someone quite like Tommy. When he discovers Tommy is sweet on Hal, he suggests teaching the cowboy just how to please a man.

He doesn't mean to lose his heart to Tommy in the process.

With "Lila" in his life, Tommy begins to dream of someone softer than Hal, someone pretty when dolled up but still man enough where it counts. Someone like Lila. As his feelings deepen, can he use Lila's own teachings to win the heart he really loves?

TITLE: Stallions and Studs Book 1: Shoulda Been a Cowboy
AUTHOR: Terry O'Reilly
ISBN: 9781611523058
GENRE: Contemporary • Erotic Romance • Fiction • Gay • Western/Cowboy
LENGTH: 21,354 words
PRICE: $3.99


Charlie Bradley has always entertained cowboy fantasies. When his boyfriend Jared offers him the choice of where to go on their summer vacation, Charlie chooses Stallions and Studs, a dude ranch catering to a gay clientele.

Upon arrival, Charlie meets the very handsome and studly Wade Connors, a riding instructor. Charlie is immediately enthralled with the man and finds his feelings, fight them as he may, are turning into love.

Wade, however, is a man who chooses a guest as his flavor of the week -- to romance, play with, and then move on. But this week Wade finds Charlie becoming more than he bargained for. What will happen when the week ends and Charlie has to leave for home?

TITLE: The Archbishop Comes for Gabriel
AUTHOR: Lee Patton
ISBN: 9781611523041
GENRE: Contemporary • Fiction • Gay
LENGTH: 7,203 words
PRICE: $2.99


Founder and editor of a literary magazine, gay Denverite Gabe Mangan confronts raw power when he protests the homophobic exclusion of his lesbian friends’ child from a Catholic preschool. While babysitting the boy in his office, Gabe enters into a series of emails with the “Archbishop of the entire Rocky Mountains.”

In a parallel development, a young soldier submits a series of poems by a Bosnian war victim of ethnic cleansing. Unprepared for the Archbishop’s passion and ruthlessness in justifying the boy’s expulsion, Gabe must face an inevitable “cleansing” that damages his closest friends.

TITLE: The Bridge
AUTHOR: Hayden Thorne
ISBN: 9781611522990
GENRE: Fiction • Gay • Historical • Romance • Young Adult
LENGTH: 5,062 words
PRICE: $2.99


Remy Pépin’s been dealt too many harsh blows in his young life. Orphaned, miserably poor, and subjected to occasional bullying from his employer, Remy’s only source of joy and hope is in a superstition shared by a dear friend, Mathilde Jolicoeur. It’s a superstition involving a lit candle sitting by a window, which Mathilde claims attracts luck.

Day after day, Remy lights his candle and waits, convincing himself not to hope for good fortune to come his way -- until one snowy evening, when another boy appears at his doorstep, seeking shelter.

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