Wednesday, July 30, 2014

New Releases from Torquere Press - July 30, 2014

This week, we have selected titles from BA Tortuga, Kiernan Kelly, Sean Michael, Julia Talbot, and Lee Benoit on sale for 20% off! Check 'em out here: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=specials

Designated Bottoms
by Katey Hawthorne, Kiernan Kelly, Sean Michael, Julia Talbot, BA Tortuga, KC Wells and Shannon West
285 pages / 83900 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-776-2
$7.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=76&products_id=4234
Blurb:
Some men are bottoms by birth, others by choice. Whatever the reason, a designated bottom is someone who’s happy to surrender, to submit, or just catch instead of pitch!
In Czech Me Out, by BA Tortuga, Korde discovers what it’s like to fall for someone when food truck owner Josh takes on the cowboy virgin. Katey Hawthorne’s gamer grad student Paul doesn’t date. He keeps things strictly physical. So why is Sammy so important to him in The Mistell? Kitty shifter and stripper Aleks doesn’t mix business with pleasure, but he thinks Rafe might just be the master for him in Julia Talbot’s Faster Bobcat.
Sean Michael’s Peter isn’t sure about the club his friend takes him to, especially when Doms start hitting on him. Experienced Dom Rupert is happy to help, explaining about that Little Square of Cloth. In Sgt. Hardass, by Shannon West, recent ex-Army man Jake meets up with a man he has history with, and Chad isn’t sure he can explain himself and defuse Jake’s anger. In the Prince of Paupers by Kiernan Kelly, Prince Liam and longtime friend Deacon have to go back to Deacon’s Appalachian home, much to the prince’s dismay. And in Switching It Up by KC Wells, Jay knows he looks like a twink, but only hunky Dean understands that looks can be seriously deceptive.
Individual Stories:
Czech Me Out: An Austin Story by BA Tortuga
Faster Bobcat by Julia Talbot
Little Square of Cloth by Sean Michael
Prince of Paupers by Kiernan Kelly
Sgt. Hardass by Shannon West
Switching It Up by K.C. Wells
The Mistell by Katey Hawthorne

Haven
by Lee Benoit
72 pages / 19000 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-790-8
$3.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=4225
Blurb:
Haven Tucker tore up his coal country roots so he could live his life as a gay man. Then he shut down his Leatherman lifestyle so he could pursue a medical career. Now the former Vietnam Army medic is working as an ER nurse in Boston where he’s about to meet his future.
Tadeo is an Argentine dancer on the wrong side of his country’s Dirty War who’s stranded Stateside with a brand-new baby. Official channels won’t help him keep his son with him and stay safe. Enter the singularly attractive Haven and his unique brand of problem-solving. The pair tries to keep their mutual attraction in check as evil forces mass on all sides to tear Tadeo and his son apart -- and away from Haven.
Can Haven’s past ride to the rescue before Tadeo’s present destroys their future?
This novella originally appeared in Torquere’s Bedside Manner anthology.
Coming Next Week...

From the Heart
by Kiernan Kelly
Making Repairs - Box of Nails 3
by Sean Michael
New Toys, a Hammer Club short story collection
by Sean Michael

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