66 Hours in the Devil’s House $3.99
By Jamie Freeman
Vanity Fair hired famous novelist Nick Thessalides to stay in a haunted country inn and write about it for their October issue. A weekend of secluded sun, fun, and sex sounds like paradise, so Nick is taking his lovers Andy and Oliver along. Nick’s best friend Serena, a celebrity photographer, and her bashful Irish setter Stubing, are accompanying the boys to document their escapades. What could go wrong?
It’s all fun and games until a serial killer’s knife appears embedded in the floor of the hotel’s foyer. Cut off from the outside world, they decide there’s no choice but to solve the mystery, and the five investigators uncover clues that lead them to construct a trap. But will they capture a serial killer’s ghost, a scam artist, or something else entirely?
Beautiful Forever $3.99
By Diana Copland
Brady Duncan has been indulging the whims of best friend Tessa McNeil for years. When she announces in the middle of a vacation in New Orleans that she’s managed to obtain an invitation to a notorious local Vampyre Haven at the historic Maison Bertrand, Brady reluctantly agrees to accompany her. He’s never understood her fascination with “the lifestyle,” as Tessa calls it, but complete in Gothic makeup and black Victorian garb, he goes with her to the mansion in the bayou for what he believes amounts to an elaborate Halloween party.
He couldn’t be more wrong. Brady almost immediately realizes he’s in over his head: he’s not put off by the décor, or even the drugs, but when they stumble across rooms where blood play is on display, he decides it’s time to leave. But Tessa isn’t ready to go, the doorman Gerard keeps referring to him as “the offering,” and some of the more insistent guests have chosen him as a party favor when he is rescued by the enigmatic Lucien Bertrand. Or is he only getting into deeper trouble?
Becoming the Spoils $1.49
By JL Merrow
Frank’s a rising star in the world of journalism and he’ll do anything for the next big scoop. Getting locked in a cellar with a starving vampire wasn’t exactly on his career plan, though. It’s then that Frank realizes there are some things more important than a story—like staying alive, for instance. Luckily, his cellmate Victor turns out to be more than just a pretty face and a sharp set of fangs…
Beneath Lake Redemption $3.99
By Libby Drew
Fascinated by a rash of unexplained events on Lake Redemption and undeterred by the locals’ warnings or talk of “people in the lake,” Syd sets out to uncover the truth. Soon he’s experiencing the terrors of the lake for himself, and he’s not alone: he rescues David Cooper from the mysterious waters. Trapped with his attractive and willing companion, Syd begins a fight for his life and sanity that can only be won with secrets from beneath Lake Redemption.
Careful What You Wish For $1.49
By Elizabeth Coldwell
Lonely and cynical about love, Josh is sitting at home when his roommate Aaron comes home and suggests a solution: using a spell to summon up a dream lover for Josh on Midsummer’s Night. But Josh knows there’s a catch: that dream lover, if Josh had his choice, would be Aaron.
Charlie Chuckles $2.99
By Clare London
Sensible Tobias doesn’t believe in ghosts, possession, fate or even happy ever after. Past experience and a cheating boyfriend have taught him so. But all that changes after he has the Monday morning from hell and bumps into his new neighbor Flynn and his dog, Charlie, in the hallway. After all, it’s not every day one hears a dog chuckle.
Dead End Job $1.49
By Clancy Nacht
Theo works day in and day out at the office, the lone live manager of the zombie crew. Then a new worker comes in, and Theo begins to suspect that the employee might actually be alive—because there’s no way Theo could find himself irresistibly and frighteningly attracted to a zombie.
Enter the Succubus $1.49
By Kate Roman
After Gavin meets a mysterious woman at a party who won’t take no for an answer, it turns out that the “Mythology in Literature” stories he and his study partner Lance have been trading shy glances over are more than just myths, and Gavin’s in a dreamworld of danger. Luckily Lance is just the white knight for the job, not only to save him, but for a night of passion Gavin will never forget.
Give the Devil His Due $2.99
By Zoe Devlin
Brent is hiding a secret, one that kills his hopes for love and forces him to live alone. Then hiding his attraction to Dylan, his gay best friend, gets harder when Dylan’s life falls apart. All Brent wants to do is help his friend cope, and when he gets too close, his secret threatens Dylan’s life. But Dylan won’t let him go that easily, and Brent will confront the devil to save the man he loves.
The Gray Ghost $1.49
By J.J. Levesque
As Oliver and Bailey buy a hundred-year-old house with the intent to flip it, they think their biggest problem will be refinishing the hardwood floors. But when Bailey starts hearing noises in the night and a nosy neighbor decides to fill them in on the house’s spooky reputation, it’s up to his lover Oliver to convince him their new home’s not haunted—even when he starts to have his own doubts—before Bailey bails on their renovation.
Halfway House $2.99
By Lisa Worrall
A shared car ride home from college goes awry for Tyler the jock and “Supernerd” Eliot when they get lost in the dark on a country road and their vehicle stalls. Luckily, they find the Halfway House Hotel, where a series of odd events and unexpected urges seem to conspire to throw them together—and soon Tyler and Eliot decide that not having anything in common is no reason not to take a side trip of their own.
Hunger Pains $2.99
By K. Roxanne Gunn
As an experienced combat veteran, Sergeant Skye Lowrey thinks he knows something about the brutal anticipation and build-up of modern warfare. But nothing could have prepared him for the shock of half-rations or the mind-numbing boredom of the desolate, desert wastelands of Iraq, and the real action hasn’t even started yet. To make matters worse, Skye’s hard-won relationship with his lover, Lieutenant Colin Hockley, is cracking under the strain of a secret Skye would never suspect, and Skye will have to take drastic action before that secret forces Colin to push him away.
I Can See Right Through You $3.99
By Zahra Owens
When Lander’s Great Aunt Angie is shipped off to a convalescent home, she asks him to house-sit. Soon enough he finds out why: she wants him to keep James, a rather attractive and benevolent Victorian ghost, company. Their new friendship is threatened when a not-so-benevolent and very menacing burglar breaks into the house, threatening Lander—and the last thing he expects is for James to come to the rescue.
I Fell in Love with a Zombie $3.99
By Sean Kennedy
Jay didn’t expect to be one of the very few survivors of the virus that decimated the country, leaving shambling, ravenous zombies behind. Fighting for his life amongst the dead, he keeps moving until the day he’s surrounded and facing his bloody end—and shockingly, another zombie saves him. But not just any zombie... it’s Dave, the first man Jay ever loved, and there’s something special about him even now, in the midst of the horror around them.
Love Among the Stacks $1.49
By Andi Deacon
Stuck in the college library on a Friday night doing research, Aaron is surprised by a mysterious fellow student among the book stacks. Surprise turns to passion when Danny makes Aaron an offer he can’t refuse.
The Man in the Woods $1.49
By Ashleigh Brannigan
Upset and more than a little scared after being stranded in the woods, Samuel isn’t sure he should trust the stranger who finds him and insists that he will be much safer staying in his cabin for the night. The burly woodsman at first scares Samuel, but the fear turns to lust that night, and Samuel has no way to expect what will happen come morning.
The Min Min Lights $2.99
By Barry Lowe
The youngest son of a father who despises him, John Collins hopes to escape his suffocating family life by answering an advertisement offering a job on an Australian outback homestead of a wealthy grazier, Robert Cruikshank. John is swept up in his attraction to Robert, but a chance meeting with a man named Alfie in the back streets of Soho shakes John’s fledgling confidence in male love. John doesn’t know if he’ll find experience with Alfie or love with Robert, but he knows he can’t remain in England, just waiting for his future to arrive.
One Wild Wish $3.99
By Devon Rhodes
For Rory, his band landing a well-paid private gig at a wild, remote mountain lodge is a wish come true. He needs the money bad enough to go along with all the strange clauses in their contract with the mysterious group. The one that specifies everyone must be in committed relationships? Hell, he can just fake it for a week with his bandmate, Benny.
Jared has his hands full trying to manage this year’s Solstice ceremony with his nephew and heir, Curtis, coming of age and into his powers. Giving in to Curtis’s request to book the band was probably a huge mistake, but with ironclad rules in place, Jared should be able to keep the youngsters under control. Or so he thinks, until he meets Rory. Suddenly, he’s fighting for his own control. And when Rory’s past catches up with him, it threatens to expose Jared’s biggest secret... his clan’s very existence. The good news? Rory’s nemesis has finally given up on him. The bad news? He’s taken Curtis....
The Oubliette $1.49
By G.S. Wiley
The term “oubliette” came from the French for “to forget.” It was an apt description. Beneath the sandy soil of Spain, Edward Pembroke rotted away in a tiny dungeon, forgotten by everyone and forgetful of the life he’d known before.
The Raiders $1.49
By Evan Gilbert
Kentrell Lewison has moved up the career ladder from gangbanger to male hustler to grave robber. And that brings him to New Orleans, where he intends to pull off his biggest heist yet—raiding the mausoleum of multimillionaire Benoit Bonner. With his fellow thug Rashawn, he breaks into the tomb, but instead of hitting the jackpot, he unleashes a voodoo curse... and something unexpectedly, incredibly hot.
By Dawn Kimberly Johnson
Jake Holden and Daniel Mehmet are after the same thing: true love. After one brief, shocking encounter, the level-headed, lonely Jake must determine if the dazzling yet discouraged Daniel is for real. With a little help from friends and a lot from the cosmos, they just may find out if they’re meant to be.
By Mary Calmes
Stopping to offer help one sultry summer night, Mason James is unprepared for the change that this simple act of kindness will bring. After giving an old man a ride home, Mason discovers a new, magical, and even dangerous world he cannot hope to understand. But he also finds Luc Toussaint and is intoxicated at first sight... and even the secret Luc protects won’t be enough to keep Mason away from the truth of his heritage and their love.
The Scenic Route $2.99
By Chrissy Munder
It’s the first time Ed Baldwin has ever taken his boyfriend Joe Sutton home to meet his parents, and nervous, he keeps trying to pick a fight with Joe to relieve his stress while they drive. When Joe’s had enough, they pull over in a very small town where the choice in motels only adds to Ed’s anxiety. A series of strange happenings puts them back on the road sooner than expected, and it’s at an all-night diner that they find out why the Easy Rest Motel didn’t live up to its name. That’s what Ed gets for letting Joe take the scenic route.
Baiu en Sāhuf –or– Soul of the Mummy $3.99
By B.G. Thomas
S’ankhibthot is an ancient Egyptian trapped in a relationship with an insane warlock. Tucker Bradshaw is a modern gay man whose cheating lover has brought him to the brink of despair. Both men long for real love. When Tucker flees to Egypt, will the fates and ancient gods be able to bring them together across the sands of three thousand years? And if they do, how does the warlock feel about his lover S’an finding someone new in the modern world?
Staking His Life $2.99
By Kiernan Kelly
Seth is a relatively new vampire trying desperately to fit into the human world. He didn’t ask to be turned; he actually wishes he’d never laid eyes on Valerian, his sire. When Valerian surfaces unexpectedly at the local watering hole, Seth shoots down his advances, but the experience leaves Seth a nervous wreck. Vulnerable, his feelings and attraction for his hot werewolf roommate Mark explode in a night of passion, and Seth realizes they have more going for them than just being roommates. But Valerian refuses to be ignored, and Seth will have to face what he has become to save Mark and banish Valerian forever.
There’s Something About Spot $1.49
By Felicitas Ivey
Ryan is a happy man, living in a quaint New England village with his lover, Wil, and their pet, Spot. It’s his and Wil’s third anniversary, and despite interference from tourists and a rambunctious Spot, it’s going to be a night to remember, as it always has been from the beginning.
Vampire Movie Night $1.49
By S. Blaise
Terry really hated it when it was his boyfriend Julian’s turn to pick the movies. They were invariably about vampires, vampires, vampires, and, for him, it was a little scary, no matter how much Julian tried to convert him. But at least Julian was willing to hold him while they watched and “distract” him during the most gruesome parts.
What’s Past Is Presence $1.49
By Lori C. Hawkins
One night Peter wakes his partner Alec in the middle of the night while in the throes of a nightmare and launches Alec on a three-day adventure into the unseen. Peter claims that the source of his nightmare was the discovery that their house was a gruesome Victorian era crime scene. Alec is skeptical of the story, but he becomes very worried about Peter’s mental state when he reports seeing a shadowy presence in their bedroom. When the situation takes a turn for the worse, Alec is in a terrified panic... until Peter does something about it and faces the fallout.
By Moria McCain
On the night of the werewolf mating holiday, Peraphay, Teigan arrives to escort Sid to his unwanted bride. Teigan and Sid are both gay, and they believe what their pack insists on: they will never have mates, much less each other. But the fates step in, and a small spirit in the form of a cat shows up to convince them that wishes can come true.
The Wounds in the Walls $3.99
By Heidi Cullinan
Pete Eason’s been hit by the downturn in the economy just like everyone else, so when he gets the word that some guy named Mike Clarke needs a day laborer to clear our a rural Missouri house, he doesn’t ask too many questions before he takes the job. But Pete quickly learns that there’s something funny going on at this site. For one, Pete’s the only laborer Mike hired, and from what Pete can see, this place needs a bulldozer, not a Dumpster. Mike doesn’t so much as hand Pete a shovel, either—he seems to be hinting that the place is haunted. Pete doesn’t feel any goose bumps, and he sure as hell doesn’t see any ghosts. He’s dying, though, to know what all the gashes in the walls are about.
Mike can’t see the gashes, and he’s frustrated that Pete can’t see the ghost standing right beside him, because the whole point of bringing Pete here was to release the trapped spirit in this place, a spirit that by rights Pete should be able to see better than anyone. Maybe, Mike thinks, he’s made a mistake. But before he can nudge Pete a little harder, the front door disappears, the walls begin to heave, and the ghost which has always been nothing more than a shade is suddenly aggressive flesh and blood—and Mike doesn’t think he’s made a mistake anymore. He knows he has.