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Alex Beecroft: Desire and Disguise
Sexual starvation makes for strange bedfellows in this 18th Century tale of love and despair.
Charlie Cochrane: The Roaming Heart
Sometimes you shouldn’t believe everything you read in the gossip columns.
Fiona Glass: Salad Days
A fennel bulb causes havoc between two lovers in this ‘kitchen-sink’ style romp.
Jeanne Barrack: Finally Forever
A dream destroyed. A promise fulfilled. In today’s America, there are still some places where wishes come true.
P.A. Brown: The Mistake
A hungry West Hollywood hustler, a hot cop and a pair of keyless handcuffs come together in a Hollywood motel room.
Erastes: The Snow Queen
The Snow Queen is impervious to love. Josh isn’t.
Tracey Pennington: Lindorm’s Twin
To save two kingdoms, an outcast prince without a name and a lonely young man half-freed from enchantment must outwit a serpentine king and his sorceress spouse.
Clare London: Outed
Guy said afterwards it was a relief to him that someone finally said something, but did it have to be Auntie Queenie’s apparently artless comment, right in the middle of her eightieth birthday celebration tea?
Sharon Bidwell: Swansong
Richard believes what little love he had in his life has withered and died, but now the time has come for him to sing his own song.
Lisabet Sarai: Making memory
A workaholic city girl facing her father’s senility and a middle-aged widow from down-east Maine learn that love has no boundaries and that only the present matters.
Storm Grant: Lust in Translation
Sex, drugs, and a blinding reaction. (Tag line: “That’s me, Dr. Rent Boy, Ph.D.”)
Marquesate: Code of Honour
The legion’s motto was “Legio Patrio Nostra”, but with Sergent Roux, Joe found more than just his home.
Lee Rowan: Wedding Announcement
For Kevin, telling his father the truth was more unnerving than anything he’d ever faced on the battlefield.
ZA Maxfield: Tango and Temptation
Dance and dishonesty bring two men closer than they necessarily want to be in this contemporary story of choosing
between what is easy and what is real.
Moondancer Drake: True Love
Shona and Kai discover that even though their dream of having a child together is about to come true, not all dreams come with a perfect ending.
Mallory Path: Rules of the Game
When words fail, Charlie must come up with a new way of finding out what his partner really wants.
Emma Collingwood: Semi-detached
Is gay marriage a matter of equality, commitment or home improvement?
Allison Wonderland: Holy Macaroni (and Cheese)
At the ripe old age of six, two girls decide to jump the broom.
Jerry L. Wheeler: Templeton’s In Love
A farewell concert frames a tale of two reunited lovers.