Tuesday, June 11, 2019

New Release: Come Play: An Erotica Charity Anthology

Congratulations to Quin Perin on their short story "Coach's Little Kitten" included in the Come Play: And Erotica Charity Anthology
Come Play: An Erotica Charity Anthology
by Quin Perin, Sara Dobie Bauer, Luna David, Lynn Van Dorn, Emma Jaye, T.S. McKinney, E.M. Denning, T.M. Chris, A.G. Carothers, K.C. Wells

June 11, 2019
456 pages



Watch and Learn if the Coach’s Little Kitten can be Tamed. Follow the Doctor’s Orders and read all about Brotherly Love. Understand Abstract Love and then take a peek at A Kink Chronicles Short. It’s all about Pretty Boys, The Kiss, and Particular Tastes bundled up in this must-have erotic anthology.

Come, play with us.
Abstract Love by Sara Dobie Bauer
A Kink Chronicles Short by Luna David
Brotherly Love by Lynn Van Dorn
Coach’s Little Kitten by Quin Perin
Doctor’s Orders by Emma Jaye
Particular Tastes by T.S. McKinney
Pretty Boy by E.M. Denning
Tamed by T.M. Chris
The Kiss by A.G. Carothers
Watch and Learn by K.C. Wells

** All proceeds from this anthology will be donated to The Trevor Project. https://www.thetrevorproject.org **

This anthology features a collection of erotic MM short stories.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

New Release: Bound Gods: Pandora's Heart: Book 10 by Adrienne Wilder

Congratulations to Adrienne Wilder on the release of MM dark fantasy romance Pandora's Heart: Bound Gods Book 10
Bound Gods: Pandora's Heart: Book 10
by Adrienne WilderPublication Date: June 1, 2019366 pages
Her Highest Honor has one last chance to save her son.
A creature who could rain destruction down on the world.
A beast all gods fear.
A Titan.
And all she needs is a god who is not a god.
A god who loves as a Doxie.
A god with a heart of fire.
It's the kind of story legends are made from.
There's only one problem.
It's all a lie.
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About the Author:
Georgia born and bred, I am an artist, a writer, and a general pain in the ass.

I spend most of my days working on my next book or designing cover art for other writers. For stress relief, I do Olympic lifting and occasionally run (but hate it). I have been in love with writing since I was very young but it wasn't until recently that I decided to pursue it as a profession.

I have experimented in several genres and found that since I identify as male, male romance has been the most comfortable for me to write. I don't discriminate in my books. All characters are fair game. I do, however, prefer a happy ending at some level.

I don't write the standard romance book. Some might even argue that what I write isn't romance at all. Personally, I think of them as love stories, where even in a fantastical world, there are realistic outcomes to the obstacles the characters face.