'New Life' by Jan Gayle

New Life begs the question: what is the definition of family and motherhood? Will the disruption of two lives with a third mean survival of the relationship or its demise. New Life is a thought-provoking story with charming main characters who seem more real because of their struggles…. read more

'Homecoming' by Celeste Castro

Homecoming is a study in what can happen when a young lesbian is outed and subsequently left without support of family and friends.
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'Incident at Elder Creek' by Anna Furtado

Elder Creek is a tiny mining town that is slowly dying. Writer Tucker Stevens has returned home to head a revitalization project which will turn the town into a cultural and historical point of interest and hopefully bring in tourists and much-needed dollars to the depressed town. On her return home, Tucker discovers that prior to… read more

'Country' by Jeff Mann

Brice Brown, country music star & protagonist of Jeff Mann’s Country, has little to be thankful for. After battling self-pity, self-loathing, religious bigotry, and just general small-town small-mindedness, Brice finally ascends from the downward spiral when a fan visits him on New Year’s Day. … read more

‘Virgin Territory’ by Kenna White

Virgin Territory is an engaging and satisfying read—an enthralling tale of romance the reader can enjoy with a cup of hot something on an autumn or winter’s evening…. read more

‘Heart Trouble’ by Jae

Consuming page after page, the reader will want to know more about these two main characters and find out if they will reject their heart trouble or embrace it and allow healing and wholeness to grow from their blossoming relationship… read more

'The Photographer’s Truth' by Ralph Josiah Bardsley

Bardley allows the relationship between the two men to develop at a believable pace; as the narrative unfolds, we gradually learn more about the two men at the center of the story, and how they evolve over the course of the romance… read more

‘Alaskan Bride’ by D Jordan Redhawk

As Alaskan Bride opens, we meet Clara Stapleton, a young Bostonian from a wealthy family. As a daughter of privilege, Clara has always felt the freedom to speak her own mind and has been able to move through her world never having to worry about saying or doing the wrong thing. As a teenager, her… read more