September 13, 2013

Publisher Week: Day 6 JMS Books Gay Books #RLFblog #trans @JMSbooksllc

This is Publisher Week at Romance Lives Forever. Three publishers will be featured, each during one special week. Those publishers are Boroughs Publishing Group in February, Liquid Silver Books in June, and JMS Books LLC in September.
JMS Books 

JMS Books LLC — More Gay or M/M Romance
As a show of thanks, I would like to offer a special promotional code to readers of your blog to use THIS WEEK ONLY while we're visiting.
To save 40% off your order, visit http://www.jms-books.com and enter the code RLFblog (just like that) during checkout. The code is good for one use per customer, and expires on September 15, 2013. So check out our site and save on our books today!
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JMS Books LLC was founded by J.M. Snyder, who writes gay or M/M erotic romance. Here are more of our best-selling gay or M/M titles!
Click on the links to view the books on our site, where you can read excerpts from each. Also, check back here throughout the day to read comments by our authors promoting their titles with us, since we're limited to only five books in the post itself.
These gay erotic romance stories represent the type of stories we love to publish:
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That's Entertainment! by Clare London
Gay Erotic Romance
Blurb:
Jack and Grady are casual extras in the adult erotic movies made by WrinkleTheSheets productions. Since the day they were caught making out behind the catering trolley during the filming of Spurtacocks, their director Gerry has decided it's safer and more entertaining to keep them on the payroll, even if their devotion -- and lust -- for each other makes them rather unreliable players.
They support the darlings and divas of the company, from the vain Quinn to the surly Tomasz. They spend their time on cheap costumes and camoflauge, sex toys and phallic props, re-creating alternative classic movies in X-rated pastiches as never seen before. And throughout all the fun and banter, Jack and Grady's modest love affair is a model of honesty and faithfulness.
But Jack is beginning to have doubts. Grady's sex drive is generous and he's always eager for novelty. Jack's no longer sure he can satisfy that, worrying Grady is bored with him -- that Grady wants something else. If only Jack had the nerve to ask outright. Instead, he has to rely on uninvited and distinctly dubious relationship advice from his fellow actors. Why is Grady keeping secrets? Just what are the strange noises coming from behind the locked door of their shared trailer? And does poor Jack really want to find out?
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Singing Alone by Jennifer Cierra
Gay Erotic Romance
Blurb:
At 23, Cole Grayson has it all. He's a successful pop star living in Los Angeles; he married his beautiful girlfriend, Joy, two years ago; and he's expecting his first child in April.
He's also miserable.
Cole has never recovered from the disappearance and presumed death of his best friend and lover, Jake Walker, at seventeen. The only reason Cole is even in L.A. is to live the dream Jake didn't live long enough to experience. Cole never really wanted the life of fame for himself -- or, at least, not without Jake by his side.
Then Cole meets a bouncer in a seedy bar-and-brothel combo who looks a lot like Jake, and his life begins to take a turn for the better.
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Stronger Where It Counts by J.L. Merrow
Gay Erotic Romance
Blurb:
IT guy Michael figures he's in for an awkward evening when a client takes him to a girlie bar. When he gets talking to big, blond Kyle, it seems like it's his lucky night after all. But they have a shared past Michael's managed to forget and Kyle is hoping he won't remember.
Kyle's deeply ashamed of his weakness back in high school, when he stood by and watched as Michael became the victim of a gay-bashing -- by new boy Kyle's group of friends. He's going to have his work cut out to persuade Michael to take a chance at trusting him now.
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The Prince and the Cowboy by Sam Singer
Gay Erotic Romance
Blurb:
Pampered Texan James Walsh has been keeping a secret from his overbearing but well-intentioned mother. When she throws a lavish birthday party in the hopes that he will meet the woman of his dreams, she has no clue James is gay.
But a sudden storm blows rugged, rain-soaked ranch owner Jonathon Ross to James' doorstep, and suddenly he can't hide who he is any longer.
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Mr. Anonymous by K.C. Grim
Gay Erotic Romance
Blurb:
For Percy Giannopoulos, coming out of the closet isn't an option. Until now, the handsome businessman has always been content with anonymous vacation hook-ups far from home. It was just random sex with strangers, but home alone in the big city, Percy turns to the internet, where he meets Max.
Scared of anyone finding out his true identity, Percy sets strict rules for this new online romance. No names, no personal information, and most importantly, no meeting in real life.
But as Percy's feelings for Max deepen and he realizes he's falling in love, can he abide by the strict rules he set? Is Percy ready to finally come out for Max, or is he destined to remain in the shadows as Mr. Anonymous?

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10 comments:

  1. Well it’s Friday the 13th. So I thought I’d plug Trapped Nerves, a book that contains its fair share of bad luck. Some good, too. Wouldn’t be a romance otherwise.

    Disability isn’t a subject often covered in romantic fiction, so I decided to buck the trend a little with this one.


    Blurb - Two men trapped in an elevator are about to discover they have more in common than the inconvenience of lost time.

    Dr. Mason Grant recognizes Parker Collins, whom he had loved during their senior year in high school, but Parker does not immediately recognize Mason. Maybe it’s the passage of time that has dulled his memory ... or maybe it’s the wheelchair in which Mason is confined.

    As the two wait to be rescued, Mason recalls their six month love affair -- its uncertain beginning, its athletic highs both on and off the field, its romantic peacefulness spent at the Grant’s remote lake cabin, as well as its painful lows and horrific conclusion.

    The teenage Mason realized there were two sides to his lover -- the confident Parker, an athletic hero popular with both teammates and female students, and the private Parker, who is unsure, sexually submissive, and needs to be cuddled and petted. All Mason wanted then was for Parker to love him, and not diminish what they shared by giving in to the social pressures that demanded he play out the role of football jock and studly lady killer.

    Now that they’re grown men, what happens when Parker sees past Mason’s wheelchair and realizes who’s trapped in the elevator with him?

    CLICK HERE TO READ AN EXCERPT AND BUY A COPY and don't forget to use the coupon code mentioned in JM's above post to save 40% off the cover price.


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    1. Thanks for posting, Drew. ^_^ Have enjoyed getting to know you and your books better this week.

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  2. Looks like an interesting read, Drew. I'm glad you explored the issue of disability within the genre as well. Look forward to reading it.

    Paul

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    1. Thanks Paul. I hope you enjoy reading it. I also decided to try a couple of new (to me) things in the story. It's a frame story in that it starts wen the characters enter an elevator and it ends once they leave after being rescued. They have a shared past so most of the story is told in flashback.

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  3. I have two gay fiction e-books I’d like to mention. Thanks again, Kayelle, for this opportunity to talk about our JMS books.

    WHEN THE RIGHT ONE COMES ALONG

    I never thought I’d write about those early days of the AIDS epidemic, but I guess somewhere in the back of my mind I knew one day I would. My novella, When the Right One Comes Along, is semi-autobiographical in the sense that I lived through those horrific times in the early to mid 1980’s, and I did have a best friend like Jonathan in the story who was one of the first AIDS patients in Santa Cruz, California. Rather than dwell on the medical aspects of the disease, including the absolute helplessness we felt at the time, I decided to frame the story as one of a journey—the search through a lifetime to find a true soul mate. Do journeys always end in lovers meeting? That’s the question When the Right One Comes Along tries to answer.

    CLICK HERE TO READ AN EXCERPT AND BUY A COPY


    YOUR MOTHER SHOULD KNOW

    A gay man’s best friend is his mother. If you believe this oft quoted bit of wisdom, this is the book for you. If not, Philip Noland’s mother might just convince you otherwise. The date is late April 1992. Philip and his mother are in Los Angeles for her monthly cancer treatment. When Philip accidentally takes a wrong turn off the L.A. freeway, all hell breaks lose, and they find themselves in the middle of the Rodney King Riots. Will Philip shepherd his mom to safety? Will a closer bond be forged between them? Will Philip find a new love along the way? Read on and find out.

    CLICK HERE TO READ AN EXCERPT AND BUY A COPY


    Thanks for taking a look.

    My best,

    Paul (Alan Fahey)

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    1. Thanks for sharing your books this week, Paul. :)

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    2. Loved doing it. Hope your readers enjoyed JMS Books week as well. :)

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  4. Paul, "When the right One Comes Along" sounds very intriguing. After posting this I'll get myself a copy.

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  5. Thanks, Drew. Doing the same with Trapped Nerves. :)

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  6. Things seem a bit quiet on here today. So I thought I’d post one more story blurb and link before I go to bed. It’s getting late here in jolly old England. And it’s England (Cornwall to be more precise) where this story is set. It’s the first (and so far only) time I’ve ventured into the paranormal. I love stories about werewolves, but the field is a little crowded so I decided to write something about a werebear instead.

    Blurb - On his first night renting a cottage on the Cornish coast, widower John Tennant comes face to face with, of all things, a grizzly bear. Fearing for his life, John tries to convince the animal he isn't worth eating, and is relieved when the bear ambles away.

    Maintenance man Mitch Benjamin is two hundred years old but doesn’t look a day over forty. As a werebear, he needs to stay under the radar. The new renter is making that difficult. Not only is John attractive, but his vulnerability triggers all of Mitch’s protective instincts. If that wasn’t trouble enough, Mitch is struggling with his inner bear’s desire to befriend John. He knows what his bear is up to, but Mitch doesn’t want another mate. His last one was murdered ninety years ago, and he’s still grieving.

    John is confused by Mitch’s mixed signals. Physically, Mitch -- with his bulging muscles and hulking frame -- is a gay man’s wet dream come true. But emotionally, he keeps closing down. John discovers more comfort with the magnificent grizzly bear he occasionally meets on his evening walks along the beach.

    In an effort to help, Morwenna, the owner of the cottages, uses her psychic gifts to give John a message from his dead lover, George. Far from helping, it adds another layer of strangeness to what’s already turning out to be the strangest summer John can remember.

    Can a well-meaning medium and a determined grizzly bring John and Mitch together? Will Mitch come clean about his werebear nature? If he does, can John accept that a man and bear exist in the same body?


    CLICK HERE TO READ AN EXCERPT AND BUY A COPY

    And don't forget to use the coupon code mentioned in JM's above post to save 40% off the cover price.


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