Wednesday, February 27, 2013

New Release Day from Torquere Press & Prizm Books

Jobless in January: Johnny Smith
By: Mara Ismine
316 pages / 95000 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-439-6
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Johnny has spent thirty-two years trying to do what’s expected of him. When he finds himself divorced, overweight, living with his parents again, and losing the job he’s had since leaving school, it’s the wake-up call he needs to start taking charge of his life. It's time to do what he wants -- if only he can figure out just what that is.
Choosing to go looking for his brother Joey, who he hasn't seen or spoken to for eight years, he follows a postmark on a Christmas card to the seaside town of Anwell-by-Sea. Joey isn't that difficult to find and comes complete with boyfriend Dave, Dave's Uncle Ed, and a rather large and very bad tempered arsehole called Charlie.
Johnny is happy to find Joey and enjoys meeting Dave and Uncle Ed; but he's pretty glad to see the back of Charlie. Despite Charlie being an unpleasant git, Johnny can't wait to get back to Anwell-by-Sea with his kids for an Easter break, and maybe he can make some progress on his to-do list by then, too.

Fruity on the Inside
By: G.R. Richards
25 pages / 6400 words
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As the Valentine's window display competition approaches, Trent hires Jonathan to pretty up his optical shop. Jonathan is a student from the local Arts and Design College, and he's not shy about showing the world he's gay. Trent hates to admit it, but guys like that make him uncomfortable. Clearly, Jonathan doesn't care what other people think. He's also damn good at calling a stranger's bluff. Jonathan can tell that Trent is just like his candy-covered berries: dark chocolate on the outside, fruity on the inside. But will he discover Trent's kinks in time for Valentine's Day?

Raspberry Truffle, a Torquere Menage
By: Anna Bayes
13 pages / 3700 words
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When Melissa's lover, Lawrence, throws a sex party at his mansion, the only clue to each room's theme is the offering of chocolate at the door, each more enticing than the last. The final room isn't for just any guest, but for Melissa alone. What secret surprise does Lawrence have in store for her in the room with the raspberry truffle?

Sweets for the Sweet
By: Kit Dickson and Kat Davidson
21 pages / 5600 words
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As teenagers, Joshua and Ian thought they were inseparable -- until Josh’s family sent him off to military school. After years apart, the pair are reunited at last, but things quickly spiral out of control as both men struggle with their feelings towards one another and Joshua's PTSD.
New From Prizm Books...

The Shroud Eaters
By: Alyx J Shaw

240 pages / 71000 words
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In this day of modern health and sanitation, few consider vampires more than a charming myth, a sexy little fantasy for when we are home and safe, and the street lamps and house lights keep away the night. But what happens when the lights fail, and old horrors rise from the grave to show they are no myth?
Deirdre has been a vampire since the 1600s, has seen a lot of history and knows quite a bit about her own species as well. She knows that there are many more types of vampires than the ones seen in movies and on TV. The modern version of the vampire is not an accurate one, and she also knows that being a vampire herself doesn't keep her safe from her own kind. A whisper in a graveyard, a shuffling footstep outside the door, the low, steady droning moan of the mindless undead are all warnings. For centuries she has managed to stay safe, but when she chances to meet a vampire of her own century, she is unaware that a monster is on his trail.
And now that monster is seeking her as well…
Coming Next Week...
Trace Evidence by Alexa Snow

Dragon Bound by JB McDonald

Tales of Leather (BDSM) Sips:

Tanny and the Cage by Sean Michael
Belladonna by T. Strange

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