Wednesday, November 28, 2012

New Release Day


Roman Dream
By: Vic Winter
50 pages / 12000 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-400-6
$2.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3754
Blurb:
Linus has been having extremely vivid, very erotic dreams of his life as a slave during Roman times. In fact, his dreams are becoming so real he sometimes has trouble distinguishing them from reality. When he begins to notice people and places from his surroundings appearing in his dreams, he figures his brain has just filled in the details, but then he meets his dream master Markus at the library where he works. He’s never met the man before in his life, but Professor Mark is very real and Linus likes him so much more than the Markus in his dreams. Will he be able to keep his dream man and the real one separate?

Home Fires
By: BA Tortuga

70 pages / 18100 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-397-9
$3.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3753
Blurb:
Escaping torturous captivity, Houston returns to his mate, Jackson. Jackson welcomes Houston back to their remote New Mexico home, and sets about healing Houston, body and soul. Can they remove the scars that Houston can’t hide? And can the two wolves escape the ghosts of the past when they come looking?

Jumpstart
By: Katherine Halle
14 pages / 3300 words
$1.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3752
Blurb:
It's Christmas, and Jamie has just finished shopping only to find his car has a dead battery. He calls up ADAC, the German roadside assistance service, and Stefan arrives to jump his battery. The battery isn't the only thing getting charged up as Jamie finds himself increasingly aroused by the Italian mechanic. When Jamie's car is finally started, will that be the last he sees of Stefan, or will this be the start of something new?

Finding Kasey
By: Sean Michael
22 pages / 5300 words
$1.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3751
Blurb:
Curt is on the lookout for someone to play with for the evening, but he doesn't feel like going into The Frayed Rope, his usual BDSM haunt. Instead, he winds up following a man with a great ass into a dance club. Could Kasey be exactly what Curt's looking for?
Coming Next Week...
What She Wants by BA Tortuga

Ink edited by M. Rode

Holiday Sips:

A Ghost Story by Shayne Carmichael
This Time of Year by Missouri Dalton


Monday, November 26, 2012

Meme Monday: Pockets

Name three things that you have on you at all times?

Coming This Week

Coming on Wednesday:

Home Fires by BA Tortuga (Novella, M/M)
Jumpstart by Katherine Halle (Holiday Short Story, M/M)
Roman Dream by Vic Winter (Novella, M/M)
Finding Kasey by Sean Michael (Short Story, M/M)

Friday, November 23, 2012

Black Friday Thanksgiving Sale

Thanksgiving Sale!

It's Black Friday and we're offering you a four day blow-out! Just put 'thanks2012' in the coupon code box any time you check out at Torquere Books (www.torquerebooks.com) before Monday at midnight to get 20% off your order.

Sale good now through Monday November 26 at Midnight (est).

Shop at Torquere Press today.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

New Releases: 1 Novel, 1 Novella & 2 Shorts


Scarlet Blade
By: Jez Morrow
245 pages / 62700 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-395-5
$6.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3750
Blurb:
1797. On board a ship bound for the New World, the dashing young Spanish nobleman Joaquin de Castille meets a handsome Roman named Tomas.
Joaquin thinks he's been sent to heaven on Earth. But no, this is Hell at sea. Even though Joaquin's desire is returned, the most beautiful being ever to pass before his eyes turns out to be a priest from the Vatican, disgraced and exiled to the farthest possible place from Rome.
For his part, Tomas has fallen in love at first sight with Joaquin, and Tomas isn't allowed to fall in love at all. He just wants one night of passion with this impossibly handsome man before the journey is done.
He gets much more.
There can be no future for the two together on the far shore. Joaquin is headed to his father's vast hacienda in California, while Tomas must go to a Spanish mission in Texas to serve among warring native tribes.
Joaquin knows that landfall will signal the end of all their nights of ecstasy, but he cannot live without Tomas. He cannot let the affair end.
Not ever.

Box of Nails: This Old House
By: Sean Michael

145 pages / 36500 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-398-6
$4.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3749
Blurb:
Devon used to be a server at the Hammer Club, the most exclusive BDSM club in town. But that was before he inherited a lot of money from his grandmother and decided to buy a big old house and convert it into apartments for Hammer Club waiters. It's hard to find decent, affordable housing and he wants to do something good for his fellow twinks. Unfortunately the house is in much worse repair than he knew when he bought it and he's slowly drowning under the weight of the demands from both the house, and the boys who live in it.
Enter Barney, the contractor Devon calls in for an emergency fix of the building's pipes. Barney's heard of the Hammer Club, in fact he's saving up for a membership, but it's going to take a while on his blue collar salary. He falls for Devon on the spot and can only hope the feeling is mutual. He also wants to make sure none of Devon’s twink friends are running roughshod over the man, and he’s determined to help.
Can they work together to find a way to keep Devon, and his old house, afloat?

The Party
By: Vic Winter
15 pages / 3700 words
$1.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3748
Blurb:
Dressing up as Robin, the Boy Wonder, for this year's GLBT 'pairs party', Ricky is on the hunt for his very own Batman. This is his fourth, and last, year attending the party, though, and he's worried he's going to come home alone again this year, just like he has every year. Is there a Batman out there just for him?

Too Careful by Half, a Roughstock story
By: BA Tortuga
14 pages / 3300 words
$1.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3747
Blurb:
Sam and Beau from File Gumbo return for this short story, learning to deal with Sam's terrible injury. Four months of being careful, doing therapy, and dealing with the aftermath of being stomped on the head by a bull, Sam is more than ready to get physical with his lover again. Can he convince Beau they've been careful for long enough and get the loving he's looking for?
Coming Next Week...
Home Fires by BA Tortuga

Roman Dream by Vic Winter

Sips:

Jumpstart by Katherine Halle

Finding Kasey by Sean Michael


Monday, November 19, 2012

Review Round-Up October 26-November 19, 2012

Enjoy our most current Review Round-Up for Torquere Press and Prizm Books.  This review round-up covers 10/26-11/19.  For those of you that are our friends in USA we wish you the Happiest of Thanksgivings. We are SO thankful for all of our readers, authors and friends.  For those of you outside the US, we are thankful for you as well and hope you have a great week!

Brief Encounters

You Think You Know Someone by Glyn Soitino
Nemesis by Mel Spenser
A Hundred Lonely Halloweens by Ari McKay
Taking Inventory, a Hammer Novel by Sean Michael
Dromos by G. Arden O'feden
Genuine Leather Interior by M. Durango
The Witching Hour by Sophia Beaumont
Mystical Convergency by Katherine Halle
The Mercy of Gulls by Tray Ellis
It's Like a Party in My Closet by G.R. Richards
A Fairy's Tale by G.O. Noce
Crazy in Love by Julia Talbot
Rockin' Headboard by Jamie Lowe
Wolf Moon by Vic Winter
The Lake of Fire by G.S. Wiley
Bound by Blood by Aaron Michaels
Steam Heat by Ari McKay
Finders Keepers by BA Tortuga
The Wishing Book of Barnaby Sloan by Jenna Jones
Salamander Moon by Kate Roman
Nothing Better Than Leather by Katherine Halle

Top 2 Bottom Reviews

Werewolves Can't Fly by Berengaria Brown
A Hundred Lonely Halloweens by Ari McKay
Digging Without a Shovel by Neena Jaydon
Wolf Moon by Vic Winter
Starting the Roux by BA Tortuga

Love Romances & More

Slow Awakening by M. Raiya

Dark Diva Reviews

Couched As A Question by Jane Davitt
Taking a Chance by A. Catherine Noon & Rachel Wilder

Joyfully Reviewed

Forever May Not Be Long Enough by Mychael Black & Shayne Carmichael
A is for Andy by Sean Michael

Coffee Time Romance & More

Cereus: Opening by Sean Michael, Julia Talbot, BA Tortuga

Elisa Rolle Reviews

A Fighting Chance by Andi Penn
Poisoned Spirits by Missouri Dalton
The Hanged Man's Ghost by Missouri Dalton
Fiends in Low Places by Missouri Dalton

Manic Readers Reviews

The Man Who Liked Wintergreen by Lucius Parhelion

Pants Off Reviews

The Wishing Book of Barnaby Sloan by Jenna Jones
A Most Unusual Courtship by Nancy M. Griffis

Rainbow Book Reviews

Play Dead by Julia Talbot
Attitude on Wheels by Sean Michael
Where He Belongs by DC Juris
Raine Fall by DC Juris

Reviews by Jessewave

Cartography for Beginners by Jenna Jones
It Happened in Buenos Aires by Missouri Dalton
Masks Off! Anthology by Various Authors
Couched as a Question by Jane Davitt
Moon Shadows by Neena Jaydon
Personal Fitting by Rob Knight
Nothing Better Than Leather by Katherine Halle
The Man Who Wouldn't Wear Leather by Aaron Michaels
The One That Gave by TC Blue

Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words

Leather Work and Lonely Cowboys by BA Tortuga

Literary Nymphs Reviews

Moon Shine by Julia Talbot & BA Tortuga
Switch by Sean Michael
Starting the Roux by BA Tortuga
Cereus: Opening by Sean Michael, BA Tortuga, Julia Talbot

Hearts on Fire Reviews

Nemesis by Mel Spenser
You Think You Know Someone by Glyn Soitino
The Lake of Fire by G.S. Wiley
Finders Keepers by BA Tortuga
A Fairy's Tale by G.O. Noce
Worth the Wait by Mychael Black
Happy Halloween by Missouri Dalton
Earth Boys Are Easy by Tam Ames
Digging Without a Shovel by Neena Jaydon
Bone: Slip of the Tongue by I.D. Locke
Crazy in Love by Julia Talbot
A Hundred Lonely Halloweens by Ari McKay
Moon Shine by Julia Talbot & BA Tortuga
Spell the Coffee by Glyn Soitino

Affair de Coure Magazine

Ruby: Lost and Found
M.D. Grimm
Torquere Press
Ebook
978-1610403542
****

Lord Morgorth lived a calm life on the outskirts of Happy Valley. His castle was situated between two empires, and occasionally a knight would show up and challenge him. Still he was bored. After returning home from a trip, he discovers that another mage had tried to enter his castle. This slightly angered and amused Morgorth--who would dare try to steal from him?  Aishe was on a mission--to kill the mage that slaughtered his village for a powerful stone. He aligns himself with Morgorth, and they begin their hunt of a the destructive magical object. 
The story was very well written with a lot of description. The author builds an elaborate world and sucks the reader into it. The romance between Aishe and Morgorth is very shaky, but finally cements itself in the end. Watching Aishe fulfill his duty and Morgorth learn to love made the book even more interesting.  Overall, Ruby: Lost and Found is a wonderful book for those that like a little love with their magic. 
Rebecca Hallowell

Bone: Slip of the tongue
I. D. Locke
Torquere Press. Inc,
E- book
978-1610403818
****

Ivriah, a powerful battle mage had just returned home after combat. Despite being exhausted and covered in blood, he decided to use the sigil in his room to summon a demon to service his baser needs. Same-sex coupling was illegal in Islafar, and if found out, he would be severely punished. When the demon arrived, it turned out to be the demon he usually summoned in battle, Orajin. He was fast and had great fighting skills but was not the demon he summoned for this task. Through his exhaustion he had made a mistake with the summoning spell, and they were now locked in a contract they could do nothing to escape.
For such a short story this has an interesting plot and likeable characters. There is one scene that involves a bit of torture that may be too intense for some readers. Overall a good read.
Rebecca Halliwell

Meme Monday: Thankful


With all of us in the USA celebrating Thanksgiving this week...

What are you thankful for in life?

Coming This Week

Coming on Wednesday:

Box of Nails: This Old House by Sean Michael (Novella, M/M)
Scarlett Blade by Jez Morrow (Novel, M/M)
The Party by Vic Winter (Short Story, M/M)
Too Careful By Half by BA Tortuga (Short Story, M/M)

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Author Extra: Play Dead by Julia Talbot

Play Dead by Julia Talbot

Werewolves Beck and Kayne are just looking for a place to hole up for a
night or two when they enter a seemingly abandoned house in the French
Quarter of New Orleans. They get more than they bargain for when they enter
the bedroom, though. What on earth are they going to do with a vampire?

buy link:
http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=79_93&products_id=3744

Author Extra:

Top Five Least Sexy Were-beasts

Some creatures are sexy as shifters. Some are not. Here are my top five
least sexy were beasts…

5. Were Possum
4. Were Wildebeest
3. Were warthog
2. Were naked mole rat
1. Were armadillo

Author Extra: Dragon's Lair by JB McDonald

Dragon's Lair by JB McDonald

Being a demon is no fun at all. This doesn't particularly come as a
surprise, but his constant escort and rarely seeing his lover does. When
Ashe agreed to come to Katsu's land, he did so hoping to spend time with
Katsu. Instead, he spends time locked within the palace grounds, ostracized
as a monster. This will continue, he knows, until the princess Chieko is
healed... or dies.

Dying looks like the greater possibility, and Katsu is already mourning his
sister. Then something happens -- something terrible and wonderful. The
ground trembles and opens up, and Katsu nearly falls through. At Ashe's
greatest need, the dragon responds, saving Ashe's lover. If they can make it
happen again, it might just save the princess's life -- and mean Ashe and
Katsu can go home.

buy link:
http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=78_91&products_id=3745

Author Extra:

The dragon swooped and soared, sunshine glistening on her silver hide, the
blue ocean reflecting off her belly. Then, to cheers from the crew, she dove
into the water and rose again, a fish wriggling in her grasp.

Ashe grinned at her, not because of the way she looked, as the others did,
or the novelty of seeing a dragon (without being eaten by it) as yet more
did, but because he'd asked, and she'd delivered. Or rather, Katsu had
pushed them to try, Ashe had asked, and the dragon had delivered. Ashe would
try anything Katsu wanted, especially since Katsu had been so attentive
while they'd been on board ship.

A thoughtful hum purred out beside him, and he glanced over to see if Katsu
appreciated it, too. Katsu's shoulder-length black hair, usually caught back
in a sleek queue, was windblown and lashed across his face, obscuring for a
moment his dark eyes. Then he tucked his hair behind a rounded ear, gaze
trained on the dragon as she lit on a spar and tore into her meal. "Can you
convince her to drop the fish on the deck? The crew might value that even
more." Katsu seemed more shrewd than impressed.

Ashe turned back to the dragon, hoping to please, and imaged to her dropping
her catch.

She mantled, opening her jaws wide and screeching at him. A thousand voices
erupted from her throat, and her long tail snarled back and forth. 

"I don't think so," Ashe admitted, disgruntled. She was catching her own
food, though, instead of eating the ship's stores. That was improvement.

"Well," Katsu said with disgruntlement, apparently not following the same
line of thought at all. "Maybe someday." He leaned against the rail, turning
his golden-skinned face up to the sun. Around them, the crew went back to
their chores: swabbing the deck, coiling lines, repairing sails and nets.
All the while the crest of the ship cut through the sea, white foam curling
away from the bow. Far ahead, farther than even Ashe's elven eyes could make
out, lay the island that was Katsu's home.

The island that hailed Katsu as prince before the queen had cast him out.
Ashe's heart fluttered in his breast. "Do you think they'll like me? I mean,
I'm supposed to be a demon, I know, but I have the dragon..." He looked at
her again, trying to picture her as some sort of gods-ordained creature.

She had fish guts slopping from her talons, and was rubbing her incredibly
messy face across the ropes to clean it. He didn't see the gods-ordained
part at all.

When he looked back at Katsu, Katsu was watching him with the tiniest smile,
a smile that lurked in the corner of Katsu's mouth as if in secret. It was
gone in the next moment, back in hiding. "They'll like you more if they can
talk to you. Do you remember the greeting?"

Ashe wracked his brain, forcing his lips and tongue around the vowel-heavy
words, shaping them carefully. He badly wanted to impress Katsu's family.
Katsu's royal family. 

Katsu smiled, there and gone again, turning to face Ashe while still leaning
against the rail. "Good. Remember to elongate the A. Do you want to learn
more? Or we could work on your link with the dragon."

Neither option seemed great, but Ashe did his best to rally and pretend like
those were fantastic ideas. Before he could say anything, though Katsu's
eyes twinkled.

"Or we could go dicing with the men. There's a game starting up."

Relief washed through Ashe, and he gave Katsu a brilliant grin. "Let's dice.
Shall I see if I can beat my record?"

"I'll bet you can." Katsu's gaze went vague, as if he was doing inner
calculations. "I won two days' salary off them last time. If you can beat
your record, I think I can more than double that..."

Ashe laughed and grabbed Katsu's hand, tugging him along. "For you," Ashe
promised, "I'll do my best."

--End

New Release Day


Dragon's Lair
By: JB McDonald
82 pages / 22200 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-396-2
$3.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3745
Blurb:
Being a demon is no fun at all. This doesn't particularly come as a surprise, but his constant escort and rarely seeing his lover does. When Ashe agreed to come to Katsu's land, he did so hoping to spend time with Katsu. Instead, he spends time locked within the palace grounds, ostracized as a monster. This will continue, he knows, until the princess Chieko is healed... or dies.
Dying looks like the greater possibility, and Katsu is already mourning his sister. Then something happens -- something terrible and wonderful. The ground trembles and opens up, and Katsu nearly falls through. At Ashe's greatest need, the dragon responds, saving Ashe's lover. If they can make it happen again, it might just save the princess's life -- and mean Ashe and Katsu can go home.

Play Dead
By: Julia Talbot

18 pages / 4000 words
$1.99
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3744
Blurb:
Werewolves Beck and Kayne are just looking for a place to hole up for a night or two when they enter a seemingly abandoned house in the French Quarter of New Orleans. They get more than they bargain for when they enter the bedroom, though. What on earth are they going to do with a vampire?

Succulents
By: Chris Owen
20 pages / 5600 words
$2.49
Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=3743
Blurb:
Twins Gil and Wayne seldom get to work together in the field even though they share their landscape company. It's a hot morning when Gil starts a yard for Wayne, but it's Wayne who gets hot and bothered at the sight of his brother. Questions of privacy are at the front of Gil's mind -- right up until he falls in the pool. After that, it seems that anything can happen behind suburban fences!
Previously published in Toy Box: Twins
New this week from Prizm Books...

Bittersweet
By: Dallas Coleman
140 pages / 32400 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-393-1
$4.99
Buy Link: http://www.prizmbooks.com/zencart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2_27&products_id=46
Blurb:
Twins Marcus and Micah have moved all over the country, trying to find a place to run their favorite business. They love their coffee shop, but there's always something, some sort of malevolent presence always ruins it for them. They don't know who or what it is that haunts them, only that they can't seem to escape it.
This time, though, they may have found just the right place to help them exorcise what ails them. Their new hometown has Spook, who has a pregnant friend, a demon belt buckle, and a way with spirits, as well as a host of other folks who are ready to take Marcus and Micah's problem on. Things get complicated quickly, and nothing is what it seems in this fast-paced urban fantasy.
Coming Next Week...
Scarlet Blade by Jez Morrow

Box of Nails: This Old House by Sean Michael

Sips:

Too Careful by Half by BA Tortuga
The Party by Vic Winter

On Sale This Week

This week we have books by Dallas Coleman, JB McDonald, Chris Owen and Julia Talbot on sale for 20% off.

Check them out.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The Gift of Gratitude


I don't know about you, but in our family we are preparing for next week's Thanksgiving meal and frantically trying to keep up with the demands of work, school, avocation, and rest.  Perhaps you, like me, have had some recent familial tragedy.  Whatever your stressors, it's useful to take a step back, put the planner or smart phone down, and take a deep breath.

Take a sheet of paper.  (You find that retro stuff in the printer tray, luv.)

Take a pen or pencil.  (You can probably find that in the bottom of a drawer or under your desk.)

Number from 1 to 20 on the paper.  Then write down 20 things for which you are grateful.  Being able to write can be one of them, as could having access to the internet.

Why not start New Year's Resolutions early and decide to end each day from here through the end of the year by writing down 5 things from that day for which you are grateful?  I know not every day is a whoop-de-do, but to paraphrase author Sarah Ban Breathnach, one of them may simply be that you're grateful the day is over.

Experiment with the power of gratitude and see how it changes your relationship to the holidays, even if you don't celebrate American Thanksgiving.  This month is a lovely time to remember to say, "Thank you."

Thank you for reading.  I appreciate you readership.

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Monday, November 12, 2012

Meme Monday: Thanksgiving Preparation

So all of our US friends are planning and preparing for next week to be Thanksgiving.  That means family coming to visit, in-laws, cooking, etc.
What are your Thanksgiving preparations including?

Coming This Week

Coming on Wednesday:

Bittersweet by Dallas Coleman (Prizm, New Adult)
Dragon's Lair by JB McDonald (Novella, M/M)
Play Dead by Julia Talbot (Short Story, M/M)
Succulents by Chris Owen (Short Story, M/M)

Friday, November 9, 2012

Veterans' Day Sale!

It's Veterans' Day and we're having a sale to commemorate it. Just put 'vetday2012' in the coupon code box any time you check out at Torquere Books before Monday at midnight to get 20% off your order.

Sale good now through Monday November 12 at Midnight (est).

Pick up a book from Torquere Press today.

Discount codes are provided as a courtesy to our customers. Torquere Press Inc. cannot be responsible for discounting purchases made before coupons/sales are announced, and cannot issue discounts to customers who fail to use the coupon or discount code during the purchase process.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

2012 Charity Sip Blog Hop Authors

M. Raiya
Charity Sip: Slow Awakening
Blog: http://mraiya.blogspot.com/

Katherine Halle
Charity Sip: Nothing Better Than Leather
Blog: katherinehalle.wordpress.com/blog/

A. Catherine Noon and Rachel Wilder
Charity Sip: Taking a Chance
Blog: http://taurusandtaurus.blogspot.com

Charlie Cochet
Charity Sip: In His Corner
Blog: http://charliecochet.blogspot.com

BA Tortuga
Charity Sip: Leather Work and Lonely Cowboys
Blog: http://batortuga.blogspot.com

Julia Talbot
Charity Sip: Dead Cow Pants
Blog: http://juliatalbot.blogspot.com

Kathryn Scannell
Charity Sip: Heaven's Heretics
Blog: http://kathryn-scannell.dreamwidth.org

Winnie Jerome
Charity Sip: The Grass is Always Greener...
Blog: http://winnie-jerome.livejournal.com

Kiernan Kelly
Charity Sip: Counting Down
Blog: www.caferisque.blogspot.com

Ari McKay
Charity Sip: Steam Heat
Blog: http://arimckay.wordpress.com

Sean Michael
Charity Sip: Taking Inventory, a Hammer club story
Blog: http://sean-michael.livejournal.com/

CB Conwy
Charity Sip: Leather and Newfound Land
Blog:  http://www.cbconwy.com/blog.html

Giselle Renarde
Charity Sip: To Dream of Her True Love's Face
Blog: http://donutsdesires.blogspot.com