Sunday, July 8, 2012

7/8/12 ~ New Releases from JMS Books LLC!

TITLE: His Gift
AUTHOR: Clare London
ISBN: 9781611523331
GENRE: Contemporary • Erotic Romance • Fiction • Gay • Paranormal
LENGTH: 14,800 words
PRICE: $2.99


Steven Macklin wakes up in a ditch one morning in foul, wet weather with no idea where he is or how he came to be there. Seriously injured, he struggles across bleak heathland to find shelter. The only house he finds is weather-beaten and deserted, although he's too sensible a guy to fall for the cliche of a haunted mansion.

Isn't he?

When he collapses and is taken in by the handsome Eliot, Steven finds himself in a very disturbing situation -- and in the bed of this strange, possessive man.

TITLE: Making Camp
AUTHOR: Clare London
ISBN: 9781935753674
GENRE: Contemporary • Erotic Romance • Fiction • Gay
LENGTH: 3,030 words


Nick’s a dedicated city boy, Max is from the West Country: the chance of a compatible date seems unlikely until Max invites Nick to spend a weekend with him. It’s the chance Nick’s been waiting for, the opportunity to get to know the guy he's been mooning over at work, up close and personal. Nick just has to cope with the fact it’s got to happen outdoors.

Through various disasters and culture shocks, Nick tries to impress. But finding himself a fish out of water, albeit on a camping site, Nick demonstrates far too well the fact he doesn’t do canvas. Can town meet country, and he and Max find more common ground?

TITLE: Night Marchers
AUTHOR: William Nikkel
ISBN: 9781611523324
GENRE: Action/Adventure • Contemporary • Fiction • Thriller
LENGTH: 87,605 words
PRICE: $6.99


Kealakekua Bay, the Big Island of Hawaii, February 1779

Enraged warriors attack. Ten minutes later, Captain Cook lay dead on the beach, his body hacked to pieces. His attempt to ransom King Kalaniopuu for the return of a boat stolen by the natives for its iron has cost the renowned explorer his life. One week later, Cook’s remains are buried at sea. His spinal column, ribs, sword, and uniform were never recovered.

South of Necker Island, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, Present day

A tiger shark attacks. Marine biologist Jack Ferrell plunges his dive knife into a coal-black eye. That afternoon, a floatplane lands next to the NOAA research vessel Albatross. Jack’s friend Robert Foster has come at the desperate request of Jack’s former girlfriend, Katie McIntyre. Her grandfather is dying, and it’s imperative he talks to Jack.

Katie’s grandfather Charles tells Jack a incredible tale about Hawaiian antiquities -- including the bones of King Kalaniopuu and the final remains of Captain Cook -- stolen by a soldier during WW II and lost inside a lava tube on the island of Kahoolawe. A story Charles McIntyre dismissed until Coleman Treadway -- a ruthless antiquities dealer claiming to be the soldier’s grandson -- showed up asking questions.

Now Katie’s grandfather wants Jack to find the relics and return them to the Hawaiian people before Treadway can get his hands on them.

Jack’s promise to fulfill the old man’s dying request propels him, Katie, and Robert into a deadly race for the treasure, but it’s no easy task. Not only is Treadway willing to kill to satisfy his insatiable greed, but Kahoolawe is a restricted island littered with unexploded ordnance and home to Jack’s most dreaded foe of all, the legendary ghost marcher of the night.

TITLE: Without Sin
AUTHOR: J. Tomas
ISBN: 9781611523348
GENRE: Contemporary • Fiction • Gay • Romance • Young Adult
LENGTH: 60,088 words
PRICE: $6.99


Sixteen year old Jacob Smithson has quite a temper. He’s picked on by other kids because he likes boys, and recent fighting has kicked him out of public school. As a last resort, his parents have placed him in the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Boarding School for Boys.

It’s at his first mass at St. Thomas where he sees Avery Dendritch, a senior who serves as altar boy during the service. When they meet, the attraction between them is hard to deny. The two become fast friends, and as the school year progresses, their friendship deepens into something more. For the first time, Jacob has found a place where he belongs ... and someone with whom he’s falling in love.

But the other students gossip about their growing relationship, and while Avery can ignore them, Jacob cannot. As the rumors and slurs start up again, can he curb his temper, or will his penchant for fighting get him expelled from St. Thomas, as well?

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