New Releases: September 10th, 2014

September 10, 2014

Electrify His Heart by Alana Ankh


When cyborg Raze, the leader of the resistance, sneaks into a purist ceremony, the attraction between Uriel and him is literally electric.

It is the year 2441. A deadly virus has swept over the planet, short-circuiting cybernetic implants, killing billions. In the aftermath, the newly formed state of Eden is led by the one newborn that survived that dreadful day, Uriel Noah of the House of Zion—the Guiding Light. Unbeknownst to all, Uriel lives in a gilded cage, deprived of basic affection, used as a pawn, craving freedom and love.


Cyborg Raze Hartman is the leader of the resistance. His kind—cyborgs with a high cybernetic coefficient—were hit hardest by the virus, the few survivors crippled and enslaved by the purist system. Struggling to keep his father alive, Raze resorts to investigating the Guiding Light, the symbol of cyborg oppression. What he finds changes his life, and Uriel’s.


After sneaking into a purist ceremony, Raze sees past Uriel’s facade of strength and aloofness. He sees the lonely young man behind the mask of the Guiding Light. The instantaneous attraction between them is literally electric. But a chasm separates them, as wide as the difference between flesh and metal, and the secrets of Uriel’s past may be the undoing of them all.


Length: Novel (200p.) | Genre: Science Fiction | Release Date: September 10, 2014

Buy as eBook ($6.99 ISBN: 978-1-62798-964-0) | Buy as Paperback ($14.99 ISBN: 978-1-62798-963-3)






Summer Fever by T.T. Kove


When Folke stumbles across Axel bathing in a mountain lake, plans are forgotten in favor of love. But did they just suffer a summer fever?

Basking in the long summer days, Axel hikes away from his worries through Norway’s idyllic mountain passes. He’s so at ease that he slips off his clothes and bathes in the cool lake water with no fear of being called out for his bright red hair or body full of freckles. Life is grand.


Peace and quiet doesn’t come easy for mystery writer Folke. When he stumbles across his copper-haired muse naked in a mountain oasis, plans for his future novel are long forgotten in favor of love. Nature takes a bite out of the serenity the two find, and the real world encroaches, making the happy couple wonder if they didn’t just suffer a summer fever.


Length: Novella (83p.) | Genre: Contemporary  | Release Date: September 10, 2014

Buy as eBook ($3.99 ISBN: 978-1-63216-050-8)




The Winter Dark by J.S. Cook


Police chief Gallagher and Deputy Leach work to bring a murdered woman justice and maybe find the answers to questions in their own lives.

Veteran police chief Eli Gallagher doesn’t ask for much, but he does insist that his officers uphold the “serve” part of “serve and protect.” Conscientious young Deputy Stan Leach takes Eli’s motto to heart, maintaining a high standard of personal accountability.


When Eli’s long-distance boyfriend, Gilbert Nees, telephones from Philadelphia, Eli thinks he intends to further cement their relationship. Unfortunately, Gilbert’s news is anything but good. But Eli doesn’t have time to wallow, because a violent act results in murder in the small town of Morristown, Mississippi.


But as Eli and Stan uncover evidence, their personal lives begin to unravel. Stan, working closely with Chief Gallagher, grows increasingly attached to Eli and learns what it really means to be an advocate of justice.


Length: Novella (104p.) | Genre: Contemporary  | Release Date: September 10, 2014

Buy as eBook ($3.99 ISBN: 978-1-63216-103-1)


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