New Releases: March 20th, 2015

March 20, 2015

Dance Off by Ariel Tachna & Nessa L. Warin

 

On the reality show Dance Off, rugby player Olivier Gautier and swimmer JC Webster must decide if their love can survive the real world.

On the reality show Dance Off, pro rugby player Olivier Gautier and Olympic swimmer JC Webster each have one goal in mind: to stay on the show as long as possible to earn his charity of choice maximum exposure and a larger donation. As the competition heats up, their goals expand to catching each other’s interest, but Olivier is firmly in the closet and plans to stay there. JC is willing to be discreet, but not to hide forever.

 

Starting a romance with another man is challenge enough for any celebrity, but doing it under the microscope of reality TV—and one majorly intolerant costar—is even harder. Add in meddling dance pros, JC’s overbearing family, and the need to play up chemistry with dance partners to win America’s hearts, and JC and Olivier’s time together is looking more and more like a recipe for disaster.

 

As the pressure to stay in the competition mounts, JC and Olivier must face their inevitable separation at the end of the show as well as decide whether a relationship as complicated as theirs can survive in the real world, outside the bubble of the set and practice studios.

 

Length: Novel (230p.) | Genre: Contemporary | Release Date: March 20, 2015

Buy as eBook ($6.99 ISBN: 978-1-63216-896-2) | Buy as Paperback ($14.99 ISBN: 978-1-63216-895-5)

 

 

 

 

 

 


Final Encore by Scotty Cade

 

Aspiring country singer Billy falls for record executive Ian, but Ian is haunted by betrayal. Can Billy rescue Ian’s heart?

2nd Edition

 

Sequel to Before the Final Encore

 

When hunky aspiring country singer Billy Eagan heads to Nashville in search of his big break, a relationship and love are the furthest things from his mind. Taking a foreman’s job at the Lazy H ranch and not knowing how he will be accepted, Billy decides to fly under the radar and stay as closeted as he can without denying who he really is. It’s immediately confirmed that he made the right decision when he discovers homophobia is still alive and well in Tennessee.

 

Then Billy gets his break and meets gorgeous record label executive Ian Dillon. Their worlds collide both professionally and personally, and Billy falls hard. But Ian is still haunted by the mysterious betrayal of his one and only lover, and knowing Billy possesses the power to emotionally destroy him, Ian decides to cut his losses and simply walk away. Determined not to give up on the man he loves, Billy secretly starts to unravel the past and quickly finds that it’s not what it appears. Can Billy rescue Ian’s heart, or will bigotry and hatred win over love?

 

1st Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, November 2010.

 

Length: Novel (210p.) | Genre: Contemporary | Release Date: March 20, 2015

Buy as eBook ($6.99 ISBN: 978-1-63476-118-5) | Buy as Paperback ($14.99 ISBN: 978-1-63476-117-8)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signs by Anna Martin

 

After becoming friends online, Luc and Caleb confront their fears about the opinions of the outside world to meet in New York.

After spending most of his life in special schools, Caleb Stone now faces public high school in his senior year, a prospect that both excites him and threatens to overwhelm his social anxiety. As a deaf teenager, he’s closed himself off to the world. He speaks a shorthand with his parents and even finds it hard to use American Sign Language with people in his local deaf community.  But Caleb finds comfort in his love of photography. Everything he can’t express in real life, he posts on his Tumblr.

 

Struggling to reconcile his resentment for his father’s cruelty with the grief of losing a parent, Luc Le Bautillier scrolls through Tumblr searching for someone who might understand his goth look and effeminate nature. When Luc reblogs a photo by Caleb, sparking a conversation, they both find it easier to make friends online than in person.

 

Luc and Caleb confront their fears about the opinions of the outside world to meet in New York City. Despite Caleb’s increasing confidence, his parents worry he’s not ready for the trials ahead. But communication comes in many forms—when you learn the signs.

 

Length: Novel (200p.) | Genre: Contemporary, New Adult | Release Date: March 20, 2015

Buy as eBook ($6.99 ISBN: 978-1-63216-811-5) | Buy as Paperback ($14.99 ISBN: 978-1-63216-810-8)

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