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So first up, we have His Needs, which will be available from Dreamspinner Press on December 14th. You can preorder it here.
When State Trooper Travis Kinslow is injured right before Thanksgiving, the only positive is that for once he won’t be working during the holidays. Since he has no family, Travis was absorbed into his best friend, Joe’s, and he considers them as good as his own. Everyone except Joe’s brother Noah. Travis has been in love with the younger man for much of his life, but he’s always kept his distance.
As an ER nurse, Noah is a caretaker by nature. When his brother’s best friend is hurt, he’s happy to help Travis while he heals. He’s only ever allowed himself to think of Travis as the next best thing to an older brother, but by the light of the Christmas tree, Noah finally sees Travis’s true feelings. And in that moment, everything changes.
When faced with opposition and a Christmas nothing like they imagined, will their hopes for the future be enough to carry them through?
I’m so very excited about this one, because I just love it. Completely. And I really hope you do too. And this cover right? How beautiful is this cover from the amazing Angsty G! I love it a great deal. So that’s out on Wednesday, December 14.
But on Monday the 12th? That’s when the Love Wins Anthology hits shelves. As I’ve said previously 100% of the proceeds go to fund for the families of the victims of the Pulse massacre. I’ve got a story included and I’m proud to be a part of the antho. Hopefully it can do some good. And I hope the antho, and my story, gives you a little hope and happy. Preorder here.
With time comes healing, but Orlando and the LGBT community are still recovering from last June’s tragedy. To show our ongoing support for those affected by the Orlando shooting, our authors, editors, artists, and staff have volunteered their talents to create this second benefit anthology. All proceeds will be donated to LGBT organizations in central Florida. Join us as we reaffirm that no matter the obstacle, love always wins.
Free to Love by Kris T. Bethke
Henry is tired of hiding their relationship, but Shane is afraid to risk losing his job and his parents by coming out as gay. When his worst fears prove true, Shane finds that life outside his parents’ repressive control is so much better than anything he could have imagined.