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Summerwode

By J. Tullos Hennig - Published 2017

Genres:

Fantasy

1194, England: As this book opens, Templar assassin Guy de Gisbourne, born as noble Gamelyn Boundys, camps in the Shire Wode forest with a ...Read Review

The Prince’s Psalm

By Eric Shaw Quinn - Published 2016

Genres:

Romance

The Prince’s Psalm is, simply put, the story of the biblical David, who slew Goliath; and Jonathan, eldest son of King Saul. ...Read Review

Happy Independence Day

By Michael Rupured - Published 2016

Genres:

This is a gritty and well-researched vision of gay life in New York City during the famous Stonewall riots of the 1960s. Multiple ...Read Review

Shadowboxing

By Anne Barwell - Published 2016

Genres:

This World War II novel appears to be the first in what will be a series of books based upon the struggle of ...Read Review

Mayon

By Mickie B. Ashling - Published 2016

Genres:

Romance

Set in post-WWII Philippines, Mayon exceeds expectations at all levels. It delivers solidly and tastefully on its packaging as LGBT romance, but Ashling’...Read Review

Because You Despise Me

By J. S. Cook - Published 2016

Genres:

Romance

American Jake Plenty runs a saloon and brothel in World War II Morocco. Resistance fighter Abaroa kills a German soldier in the brothel ...Read Review

Kaminishi

By Jan Suzukawa - Published 2015

Genres:

Time-slip

Michael Holden is a 20th-century college student who is serious about his studies. He knows he is quite comfortable financially due to a ...Read Review

Late Summer, Early Spring

By Patricia Correll - Published 2015

Genres:

Fantasy

General Sho Iwata and Hiroshi Sagawara are gay lovers whose peace has been thwarted by the mysterious illness of the man whom Iwata ...Read Review

Winterwode

By J. Tullos Hennig - Published 2015

Genres:

Fantasy

At the end of the 12th century, King Richard I, on his way home from the Crusades, is captured and held for ransom ...Read Review

Rooks and Romanticide

By J.I. Radke - Published 2015

Genres:

Fantasy

Rooks and Romanticide alters the well-known tragedy of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet by placing it in an alternative world of Victorian London. ...Read Review