New Releases: Week of December 29, 2015

Breeding Season | Vonna Harper

Breeding Season

Mike: the quiet teenager who took Wendi’s virginity and showed her the meaning of the word love.

Mike: the handsome young man who left to experience the world beyond their rural community, breaking Wendi’s heart.

Mike: the mature man who is back, bringing with him memories, challenge, and a killer body.

Just a cowboy? Hardly. The man’s pure sex on horseback. Can Wendi resist his dangerous appeal and does she want to? Her life is complicated these days but the nights have been so long and lonely.

  • Note: This book was previously released by another publisher. It has been revised and reedited in the current edition.

Cold-Hearted Concept | Whitley Gray

Cold-Hearted Concept

Detective Beck Stryker has a lot to juggle: his long-distance relationship with FBI profiler Zach Littman, the family issues of cop widow Marybeth Halliday and her two boys, and the ups and downs of being out and proud. To top it off, Beck must work with his closeted ex-lover Van on the case of a skeleton discovered in the woods.

FBI profiler Dr. Zach Littman has been working on an exit strategy for months. Every time he’s on the brink of resigning, Minneapolis Unit Director Sands comes up with “one more case,” one that only Zach can manage. It’s a situation that frustrates Beck. Zach has promised he’ll leave the FBI and profiling behind—as soon as his Colorado medical license comes through. It may be easier said than done. Zach has reservations about uprooting his life and moving to Denver.

A killer leaves a grisly invitation insisting Zach participate in a deadly game, the rules of which are known only to the psychopath. It’s clear taking out Zach is on the killer’s to-do list, and he won’t stop until it’s done. Beck and Zach must capture the killer before the psychopath finds Zach and declares Game Over.

A Fling in Vampiropolis | Selena Illyria

A Fling in Vampiropolis

Determined to have fun and relieve some of the stress from her job, Nevada Justice decides to take a vacation to one of the first and few all-vampire populated cities in the U.S., Vampiropolis. “Fun” has her. Fun in the form of hot vampire Lucian Sandros. Their fling is great, but it can’t last. After all, this is just a vacation. She has her life to live and her thankless job to deal with. Still, she can’t shake her growing attachment to Lucian.

When Lucian meets Nevada, he thinks he’s only in it for a little sexy fun to distract him from the heartbreak in his past. Yet, the more time he spends with her and more she presses to get to know him, the harder it gets to shield his heart from her. He’s almost glad when her vacation is up and she leaves Vampiropolis. Almost. But the longer she’s gone, the more empty Lucian feels. He aches to be with her again.

He can’t take it. What will Nevada do when Lucian hunts her down in Normalville to claim her for his own?

  • Note: This book was previously released by another publisher. It has been revised and re-edited in this edition.

Stronger, Faster, Better, More | Katey Hawthorne & Carlin Grant

Stronger, Faster, Better, More

When he gets super-endurance powers out of nowhere, being a culinary student and kids’ soccer coach isn’t enough for Beau Warren–he has to be a superhero too. A sweet, hardworking trans man from a close knit family, it’s important to Beau to use his new abilities to stand up for people who can’t protect themselves. When he runs into a speedster at a fire rescue, he doesn’t expect it to be his high school crush, Vel Chandrasekhar. Turns out Vel got superspeed when Beau go his endurance, so they decide to make their single supe act into a duo.

With their immediate attraction and superpowered libidos, it’s not long before Beau and Vel are roommates-with-benefits. That’s the idea, anyhow, if only Beau can keep from falling back into his old crush hard, since Vel’s self-esteem issues have left him skittish about relationships. Just when things are at boiling point between them, though, their search for their own superhero origin story leads them and their families into mortal danger. The only way to survive the truth is to depend on each other–and admit they’re a lot more than friends.

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