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Romancelandia is a place filled with butterflies, rainbows, and naked, frolicking satyrs. Not to mention a nosy author who delves into the very private love stories of all the heroes who wander here and writes their Happily Ever Afters in great detail.

The “heroes” in Romancelandia are normal men with normal flaws. Men who maybe need to feel a little bit heroic because life hasn’t given them many opportunities to be valiant and audacious. Each hero’s tale is fraught with emotion, some peril, and a healthy dose of laughs.

Sometimes a man stumbles into Romancelandia...

Two cultures . . .

Both settled the same world, but the nations of Santuario and Jarðvegur are literally poles apart. The people of Santuario are refugees, struggling to survive on a resource-scarce tropical island under a backwater totalitarian regime. The far northern people of Jarðvegur might have wealth and democracy on their side, but they lost the moral high ground centuries ago to fear and isolationism, and are discovering now just how difficult it is to claw their way back up.

Two men . . .

Santuarian cop Alex Rukow has learned the...

The spires of Oxford are beautiful and delicate and cold and terrible. The Spires stories, not all of which are set in Oxford, are about that world: a world at once beguiling and alienating. The stories are about places and about people. They’re about clinical depression and fake tan, about identity and flowers, about sex and lemon meringue pie and flood defences and the British class system and holding hands and falling in love, and far too many references to Julia Roberts movies.

It’s been said that frat boys are “living the last of the staunchly heterosexual lifestyles,” but it appears the Theta Alpha Gamma members didn’t get the memo—brothers keep coming out of the closet. What’s a frat to do?

First, be accepting; understanding, even—or at least fake it ’til you make it. Second, declare your frat house a Greek Love Zone. Third, institute Sensitivity Training. Led enthusiastically by the new president, Kyle—founding member of the Theta Alpha Gay Straight Alliance—TAG is coming out to the world as the safest fraternity for gay boys to let it all hang...

Two city states: Beulah and Tophet. One promises to be heaven. One is certainly hell.

But there’s one thing they have in common: nobody is free.

"A flawed utopia becomes the setting for Henry and Belleau’s allegorical gay romance looking at how power corrupts.... While love wins out here, justice is hard won." ~ Booklist

In the early 22nd century, the U.S. military created Project Juggernaut. It was meant to solve a hopeless tactical imbalance in overseas wars by providing the US military with supersoldiers while crippling enemy resistance.

Instead, it introduced a deadly pandemic that all but obliterated humanity.

The remaining Juggernaut troops work tirelessly to find and protect the surviving uninfected population—even though they themselves are exiled and despised by those they help. But their efforts are hampered by the vestiges of a dysfunctional government, old prejudices that...

In this modern-day alternate universe, slavery remains legal all over the world.

The stories of Belonging explore the politics and personal relationships of slaves and freemen in this dark mirror to our own modern society.

Nick O’Flaherty and Kelly Abbott spent years fighting side-by-side on the Marine Force Recon team Sidewinder, but it took civilian life to bring them together.

Now they’ll set off on a new set of adventures, navigating the tricky waters of a new relationship and even more perilous depths to come.

Welcome to Tucker Springs, population 75,000 + you! This collaborative story world is brought to you by three award-winning LGBTQ authors: Heidi Cullinan, Marie Sexton, and L.A. Witt.

The fictional town of Tucker Springs is located on the western slope of Colorado, in between Grand Junction and Silverton. One of the themes of Tucker Springs is that what you see is not what you get. Take, for example, the “springs.” Although many neighboring towns have actual hot springs, the spring here is more of a bubbling mud puddle. Locals like to trick newbies by sending them in search of...

I like my women like I like my whiskey: more than is good for me.

London. Home to eight million people, the principal residence of the British Crown, the world’s oldest underground railway, and a metric arseload of monsters.

There are wizards on the streets, vampires in the Inns of Court, and werewolves hogging all the best hotels.

Me, I’m just trying to make a living. Easier said than done when you’re a half-faery PI with a dead partner and a thing for the wrong kind of women.

One day, it's going to get me killed. But what a way to go....

The Ylendrian Empire universe is a series of loosely-connected space operas written by Michelle Moore and Reesa Herberth.

Fast-paced heists, gritty paranormal mysteries, rescue missions in far-flung exotic jungles . . . the character-driven adventures and romances of the Ylendrian Empire are a chance to explore a new set of stars, with just enough spice to keep you wanting more.

 

Few of the people on Planet Mitan know that their future rests on very precarious foundations. A terrifying species holds the Mitans in thrall, and only a yearly tribute—part conscripts, part volunteers—secures the fragile peace with the sinister Ungrich. Nobody knows exactly what the alien creatures want with the Mitans, but the Mitan military and the few survivors of the underground ordeal have developed a training program. It’s brutal, even horrific, but effective.

Commander Rehz Akran is determined that his trainees, willing or otherwise, will learn everything...

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