Sunday, May 27, 2012

5/27/12 ~ New Releases for JMS Books LLC

TITLE: Au Bon Pain
AUTHOR: Lee Patton

GENRE: Contemporary • Fiction • Gay • Romance
LENGTH: 7,617 words
PRICE: $2.99


Web research leads Denver magazine editor Gabe Mangan to rediscover his first boyfriend Adam, lost decades back. Now a scientist enjoying Nobel Prize rumors, Adam wants to reconnect. Their story unfolds in new emails and old memories as Gabe tries to untangle the mystery of their cruel and sudden break-up.

Finally, at the airport rendezvous spot, Au Bon Pain, Gabe discovers “the true history of his heart” was based on delusions and deceptions.

TITLE: Don't Be Late
AUTHOR: J.M. Snyder

GENRE: Contemporary • Fiction • Gay • Romance
LENGTH: 5,240 words
PRICE: $2.99


Who says marriage is bliss? Blake and Jeremy had more time to spend together when they were dating than they do now as man and husband. Working long hours keep them apart, and their schedules rarely sync during the week. They can't even make love except on the weekends -- no time. When did life get so damn busy?

One hectic day follows another. Will the two men ever get a moment alone?

TITLE: The Den of Inequity
AUTHOR: Wayne C. Rogers

GENRE: BDSM • Contemporary • Erotica • Fiction • Horror • Paranormal
LENGTH: 4,667 words
PRICE: $1.99


Whipping two suspended slaves tonight in the Red Lantern lounge for her own amusement, the Countess is in top form. But everything suddenly changes when she picks her new victim from the audience to quench her thirst for blood.

The man she chooses is there to arrest her for the murder U.S. Army Corporal Jeffery Pasco.

NOTE: This story contains explicit scenes of paranormal erotic horror some readers may find disturbing.

TITLE: The Water-Irises
AUTHOR: Hayden Thorne

GENRE: Fantasy • Fiction • Gay • Historical • Romance • Young Adult
LENGTH: 7,338 words
PRICE: $2.99


Hugh LaCaille’s quiet, scholarly life is interrupted one day by a wealthy but obnoxious businessman who hires Hugh as a tutor to his young son. Ignace Fournier is incensed Aubin’s passion for nature and poetry is a threat to his dream of seeing the boy grow up to be just as successful as his father in commerce. When Hugh finally meets Aubin, he realizes there’s a great deal more than what meets the eye as far as the boy’s concerned ... particularly his curious and outlandish stories involving a strange kingdom found at the bottom of a pond filled with water-irises.

The most alarming claim Aubin makes touches on a special friendship he’s nurtured with the young ruler of that mysterious kingdom. Forced under time pressure to instill discipline into the boy, Hugh grapples with questions he’s never before faced, and he finds himself looking deeper into his heart for difficult answers ... and even more difficult choices.

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