Saturday, July 30, 2011

New Releases for July 30

Guava Red: Almost Paradise by TC Blue

Bastian and Chase first meet at a party in Hawaii and are immediately drawn to each other. Things end less than well, though, and what could have been a beautiful friendship is cut off short. Bastian and Chase forget about each other and move on, or so they think. The two men find success in their chosen fields and believe their past relationship to be over and done. They never even think about each other from opposite sides of the country.

When a chance meeting in Connecticut dredges up old feelings and equally old pains, it's up to them to decide whether or not to forge through the assumptions they've made and get to the truth underneath -- that they've never truly forgotten each other and maybe their earlier friendship was something much more. Between their jobs, friends, responsibilities, and an interfering man who wants Bastian for his own, there are hard decisions to make; like whether they really have a chance, when paradise is so long ago and so far away.

Like whether 'almost' paradise can be enough.

Don't miss this fourth book in the Rainbow Color Box Series.

Guava Red: Almost Paradise is available in print and ebook formats!

Ultramarine: Rewriting History 2 by EM Lynley

Museum curator Tobin Wyler heads to London to get some answers from his former flame and suspected art thief Pierce Worthington following the theft -- and subsequent return -- of the emerald called the Green Sorrow from his exhibition in New York. He understands why Pierce and his family steal things, but it's going to take more than understanding to make a future with Pierce.

When the National Gallery hires Pierce's security firm to help thwart a robbery, Tobin joins the team, but soon finds what he suspects to be a fake hanging on the walls of the world-renowned museum. He and Pierce follow the forgery's trail and find more than they bargain for when they try to uncover the truth. Can Tobin and Pierce's relationship survive what they discover?

Find out today!

A Gentleman and His Jockey by JM Cartwright

Jockey Gem Hardaway has a race strategy that will not only carry him and Pilate to victory, it will also show that he's the best jockey at Templeton Yard. Lord Templeton, the Earl of Vickers, knows exactly what he wants to have happen at the racecourse. He demands Gem's obedience.

When an unruly horse intervenes, the Earl insists on a meeting of the minds. Gem is shocked to learn exactly what that entails.

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Wolf Unexpected by Vic Winter

Something very strange is happening to Eric. He's been feeling itchy for days, like his skin doesn't fit him anymore. Under the light of the full moon, he takes off out of the city and finds himself on a farm, feeling more strange and confused than ever.

Jude is the son of a werewolf, and when he meets Eric, he knows exactly what the man is. Can Jude convince Eric that he isn't going crazy, and that everything is going to be just fine, even with the worst of the unexpected going on?

Find out today!

Now available in print:

Lemonade and Margaritas by TC Blue

Lemonade and Margaritas combines the first two Rainbow Color Box Books from TC Blue into a single paperback volume.

In Lemon Yellow: Making Lemonade: When Gray Latham's uncle Will, dies unexpectedly, Gray travels to Connecticut to pay his respects to both Will's memory and Will's long-time girlfriend, Eva Monroe. Imagine his surprise when Eva turns out to be Evan -- tall, lean, too attractive and completely in mourning Evan Monroe.

Evan's expecting a quick visit from his lover's uncaring nephew, but when Gray arrives up he finds much more. Between the instant attraction and a Margarita-fueled kiss, Evan isn't sure what to make of Will under the strained circumstances. With emotions running high and interfering friends and family sticking their noses in, can Will and Evan accept life's lemons and make lemonade?

In Lime Green: Margarita Mondays: A simple noise complaint to Safe Haven Security ends in a broken door when Jeremy misinterprets something he hears coming from Troy Ballard’s home. It also starts the two men on a path of high resistance, as neither of them wants a ‘relationship,’ especially not with each other.

Unfortunately, their hearts insist on wanting exactly what their minds know to be impossible. With the dubious help of their friends, Jeremy and Troy start to discover that sometimes ‘impossible’ is anything but.

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Mandarin Orange: Sweet and Sour by TC Blue

Riley has never been the kind of straight guy who sneers at gay men. Hell, most of his best friends are gay, and it only matters when Riley wants to drink a plain old beer at the froufy bars they drag him to. He can look and appreciate, but dudes just don’t do it for him. Or so he thinks, right up until the new downstairs tenant arrives almost literally on Riley’s doorstep.

The raging storm and motorcycle crash with which Kelly makes his entrance pale in comparison with the battle inside Kelly himself once he gets to know Riley. Riley is damnably hot, nice, and exactly Kelly’s type, except for one little thing -- according to all the evidence, Riley’s straight.

Is love truly blind, or does it just wear blinders? Riley and Kelly need to figure it out before the labels and categories drive them irrevocably apart.

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