Home for the Holidays

eBook ISBN: 
978-1-62649-082-6
eBook Release: 
Monday, November 18, 2013
eBook Formats: 
pdf, mobi, html, epub
Print ISBN: 
978-1-62649-083-3
Print release: 
Monday, December 2, 2013
Ebook (all four stories) $18.96   $13.99 (26% off!)
Print (three novellas only) $17.99   $14.39 (20% off!)

Home is where the heart is.

The December holidays mean many things: food, presents, traditions, stress, peace, renewal. But most of all, they mean families—good and bad, biological and chosen—and finding our way home, whatever the definition and wherever it might be. The four holiday-set romances in Home for the Holidays all explore characters leaving home, finding home, returning home, and discovering what home means to them.

And to help people discover home in the real world, 20% of all proceeds from this collection are donated to the Ali Forney Center in New York, whose mission “is to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) youth from the harm of homelessness, and to support them in becoming safe and independent as they move from adolescence to adulthood.” To learn more about this charity or to donate directly, please visit http://www.aliforneycenter.org/.

In L.B. Gregg’s lighthearted novella, How I Met Your Father (releasing November 18, 2013), members of a boyband search for happiness years after the fame dissipates, finally coming to understand that home is any place where love dwells.

In Ally Blue’s angst-filled novella, Long the Mile (releasing November 25, 2013), two homeless men come to realize that they are home for each other, no matter their living circumstances.

In Z.A. Maxfield’s novella, Lost and Found (releasing December 2, 2013), an RV-dwelling musician (with a cute dog) has been running away from the idea of home his whole life . . . until he realizes that home is where his partner is.

In Amy Lane’s full-length novel, Christmas Kitsch (releasing December 9, 2013), college student Rusty is kicked out at Thanksgiving for being gay, but at Christmas, his boyfriend’s family shows him what home really means.


Please note that while the Home for the Holidays ebook bundle contains all four holiday stories, the Home for the Holidays paperback contains only the three novellas; it does not contain the novel Christmas Kitsch by Amy Lane. Christmas Kitsch is available as a standalone paperback here.

How I Met Your Father

Print release: 12/02/2013
eBook release: 11/18/2013
Word count: 28,000
Page count: 112
Warnings: This title comes with no special warnings.

Long the Mile

Print release: 12/02/2013
eBook release: 11/25/2013
Word count: 38,000
Page count: 144
Warnings: This title comes with no special warnings.

Lost and Found

Lost and Found, by Z.A. Maxfield
Print release: 12/02/2013
eBook release: 12/02/2013
Word count: 37,300
Page count: 148
Warnings: This title comes with no special warnings.

Christmas Kitsch

Christmas Kitsch, by Amy Lane
Print release: 12/09/2013
eBook release: 12/09/2013
Word count: 67,000
Page count: 254
Warnings: This title comes with no special warnings.

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How I Met Your Father

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[A] fun read.

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