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Tropes

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  • Alpha Character
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  • Mistaken Identity
  • Most Mindblowing Sex Ever
  • Moral Failure
  • Mpreg
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  • One Night Stand
  • Opposites Attract
  • Out for You
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  • Pets Are 'Portant
  • Pretend Boyfriend / Girlfriend
  • Queer Wedding
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  • Secret Baby
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  • Sex Buddies Become Lovers
  • Single Again
  • Slow Burning Love
  • Smartass Twinks
  • Star-Crossed Lovers
  • Stolen Heir
  • Student-Teacher
  • Tease and Denial
  • Thrill of the Chase
  • Trapped Together
  • Trickster Hero
  • True Love
  • Villain to Hero
  • Uncommunicative Masculinity
  • Unrequited Love
  • Wide-Eyed Innocence
  • Wingfic

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  • author - new zealander
  • bullfighter
  • format - anthology
  • format - audible romance package
  • format - audiobook
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  • format - collection
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  • format - large print
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  • format - novel <100K
  • format - novel 40-100K
  • format - novella 15k-40K
  • format - novellette <15k
  • format - omnibus edition
  • format - paperback
  • format - payhip
  • format - prequel
  • format - self published
  • format - sequel
  • format - series
  • format - shared universe
  • format - short stories
  • format - short story <15K
  • potential trigger
  • potential trigger - abduction
  • potential trigger - abuse
  • potential trigger - abuse - past
  • potential trigger - alcoholism
  • potential trigger - bashing - fight on page
  • potential trigger - blood
  • potential trigger - bullying
  • potential trigger - cutting
  • potential trigger - death
  • potential trigger - divorce
  • potential trigger - drug abuse
  • potential trigger - gore
  • potential trigger - graphic torture
  • potential trigger - grief; past loss
  • potential trigger - hate crime
  • potential trigger - human trafficking
  • potential trigger - incest
  • potential trigger - murder
  • potential trigger - rape
  • potential trigger - self-harm
  • potential trigger - sexual abuse
  • potential trigger - stalking
  • potential trigger - suicidal ideation
  • potential trigger - suicide
  • potential trigger - torture
  • potential trigger - traumatic past
  • potential trigger - violence
  • what - concept - acceptance
  • what - concept - alternative
  • what - concept - amnesia
  • what - concept - committment
  • what - concept - curse
  • what - concept - danger
  • what - concept - denial
  • what - concept - family conflict
  • what - concept - homophobia
  • what - concept - internal homophobia
  • what - concept - isolated
  • what - concept - resilience
  • what - concept - second chance
  • what - concept - sweet
  • what - concept - transgressive
  • what - condition - addiction
  • what - condition - adhd
  • what - condition - aphasia
  • what - condition - blindness
  • what - condition - cancer
  • what - condition - diabetes
  • what - condition - disability
  • what - condition - gluten allergy
  • what - condition - hiv / aids
  • what - condition - illness
  • what - condition - injury
  • what - condition - mental illness
  • what - condition - MS
  • what - condition - ocd
  • what - condition - ptsd
  • what - condition - skin
  • what - element - coffee
  • what - element - court hearing
  • what - element - debt
  • what - element - ferocious poodle
  • what - element - flatulent puppy
  • what - element - olympics
  • what - element - wheelchair
  • what - emotion - angst
  • what - emotion - anxiety
  • what - emotion - grief
  • what - emotion - guilt
  • what - emotion - hope
  • what - emotion - jealousy
  • what - emotion - love
  • what - emotion - pride
  • what - emotion - survivor guilt
  • what - holiday - boxing day
  • what - holiday - christmas
  • what - holiday - general
  • what - holiday - halloween
  • what - holiday - hanukkah
  • what - holiday - kwanzaa
  • what - holiday - new year
  • what - holiday - st. patrick's day
  • what - holiday - sukkot
  • what - holiday - thanksgiving
  • what - holiday - valentine's day
  • what - holiday - winter solstice
  • what - holiday - yule
  • what - sex - abdl
  • what - sex - age play
  • what - sex - angry sex
  • what - sex - bdsm
  • what - sex - bdsm light
  • what - sex - bisexual women
  • what - sex - body modification
  • what - sex - bondage
  • what - sex - cat-play
  • what - sex - cuckold
  • what - sex - daddy kink
  • what - sex - degradation
  • what - sex - dildo
  • what - sex - dirty talk
  • what - sex - discipline
  • what - sex - ds
  • what - sex - dubious consent
  • what - sex - edge play
  • what - sex - electric play
  • what - sex - exhibitionist
  • what - sex - experimentation
  • what - sex - female masturbation
  • what - sex - feminization
  • what - sex - fetish
  • what - sex - first time / exploration
  • what - sex - gangbang
  • what - sex - hardcore
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  • what - sex - humiliation
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  • what - sex - knotting
  • what - sex - lactation
  • what - sex - lingerie
  • what - sex - masochist
  • what - sex - masturbation
  • what - sex - menage
  • what - sex - no sex
  • what - sex - noncon
  • what - sex - orgy
  • what - sex - pony play
  • what - sex - pup play
  • what - sex - rape play
  • what - sex - role-play
  • what - sex - rough
  • what - sex - sexual fantasy
  • what - sex - sounding
  • what - sex - spanking
  • what - sex - sph
  • what - sex - tentacles
  • what - sex - total power exchange
  • what - sex - watching porn
  • what - topic - american football
  • what - topic - ballet
  • what - topic - big game hunt
  • what - topic - bull riding
  • what - topic - cartel
  • what - topic - catfishing
  • what - topic - chinese mythology
  • what - topic - choir
  • what - topic - climate change
  • what - topic - corporate espionage
  • what - topic - corruption
  • what - topic - crime
  • what - topic - cross-dressing
  • what - topic - deployment
  • what - topic - desert survival
  • what - topic - disaster
  • what - topic - drag
  • what - topic - drug cartel
  • what - topic - family
  • what - topic - flying
  • what - topic - foster care
  • what - topic - fraternity
  • what - topic - friendship
  • what - topic - gang
  • what - topic - gay pride
  • what - topic - genealogy
  • what - topic - genetic engineering
  • what - topic - harem
  • what - topic - haunting
  • what - topic - homelessness
  • what - topic - ice dancing
  • what - topic - immigration
  • what - topic - japanese mythology
  • what - topic - kids
  • what - topic - learning disabilities
  • what - topic - legend
  • what - topic - magic
  • what - topic - marriage equality
  • what - topic - multicultural
  • what - topic - murder
  • what - topic - music
  • what - topic - natural disaster
  • what - topic - organ snatchers
  • what - topic - organized crime
  • what - topic - parenting
  • what - topic - politics
  • what - topic - power play
  • what - topic - pregnancy
  • what - topic - pro sports
  • what - topic - pro-hockey
  • what - topic - racecars
  • what - topic - ransom
  • what - topic - recovery
  • what - topic - reincarnation
  • what - topic - religion
  • what - topic - revenge
  • what - topic - road trip
  • what - topic - rodeo
  • what - topic - science experiment
  • what - topic - secret
  • what - topic - secret organization
  • what - topic - serial killer
  • what - topic - single dad
  • what - topic - snowed in
  • what - topic - society of men
  • what - topic - sports
  • what - topic - summer break
  • what - topic - superstition
  • what - topic - taboo
  • what - topic - technology
  • what - topic - terrorism
  • what - topic - tricked
  • what - topic - vacation
  • when - general - college
  • when - general - wartime
  • when - holiday - Valentine's Day
  • when - period - 16th century
  • when - period - 17th century
  • when - period - 18th century
  • when - period - 1920s
  • when - period - 1930s
  • when - period - 1940s
  • when - period - 1950s
  • when - period - 1960s
  • when - period - 1970s
  • when - period - 1980s
  • when - period - 1990s
  • when - period - 19th century
  • when - period - ancient greece
  • when - period - ancient rome
  • when - period - georgian
  • when - period - great war
  • when - period - middle ages
  • when - period - near future
  • when - period - prehistoric
  • when - period - prohibition
  • when - season - fall
  • when - season - spring
  • when - season - summer
  • when - season - winter
  • where - city - atlanta
  • where - city - austin
  • where - city - Berlin
  • where - city - big sur
  • where - city - boston
  • where - city - boulder
  • where - city - Cape Cod
  • where - city - charlottesville
  • where - city - chicago
  • where - city - cleveland
  • where - city - detroit
  • where - city - el paso
  • where - city - hollywood
  • where - city - kansas city
  • where - city - las vegas
  • where - city - london
  • where - city - los angeles
  • where - city - manhattan
  • where - city - miami
  • where - city - minneapolis
  • where - city - nashville
  • where - city - new orleans
  • where - city - new york city
  • where - city - North Pole
  • where - city - philadelphia
  • where - city - portland
  • where - city - provincetown
  • where - city - rome
  • where - city - sacramento
  • where - city - san diego
  • where - city - san francisco
  • where - city - seattle
  • where - city - washington dc
  • where - continent - antarctica
  • where - continent - south america
  • where - country - australia
  • where - country - bermuda
  • where - country - canada
  • where - country - colombia
  • where - country - egypt
  • where - country - england
  • where - country - france
  • where - country - Germany
  • where - country - greece
  • where - country - India
  • where - country - ireland
  • Where - Country - Israel
  • where - country - italy
  • where - country - japan
  • where - country - madagascar
  • where - country - mexico
  • where - country - new zealand
  • where - country - nicaragua
  • where - country - poland
  • where - country - scotland
  • where - country - south africa
  • where - country - spain
  • where - country - ukraine
  • where - country - united kingdom
  • where - country - usa
  • where - country - ussr
  • where - country - wales
  • where - fictional - moon colony
  • where - general - airport
  • where - general - alternate universe
  • where - general - animal reserve
  • where - general - bar setting
  • where - general - beach
  • where - general - cabin
  • where - general - campground
  • where - general - carnival
  • where - general - castle
  • where - general - college
  • where - general - commune
  • where - general - cruise ship
  • where - general - high school
  • where - general - hotel
  • where - general - ice hotel
  • where - general - labor camp
  • where - general - lake
  • where - general - lighthouse
  • where - general - military
  • where - general - outdoors
  • where - general - prep school
  • where - general - prison
  • where - general - private school
  • where - general - ranch
  • where - general - restaurant
  • where - general - small town
  • where - general - swamp
  • where - general - theater
  • where - general - trailer park
  • where - general - tunnel
  • where - general - uncharted island
  • where - general - underwater
  • where - province - british columbia
  • where - province - campania
  • where - province - cornwall
  • where - province - ontario
  • where - province - quebec
  • where - province - somerset
  • where - region - appalachia
  • where - region - bering sea
  • where - region - black hills
  • where - region - devil's head (arbroath)
  • where - region - devil's tower
  • where - region - florida keys
  • where - region - midwest
  • where - region - nevada high desert
  • where - region - olympic peninsula
  • where - region - san francisco bay area
  • where - region - scottish borders
  • where - region - scottish isles
  • where - region - scottish parliament complex
  • where - region - sierra nevada
  • where - region - us south
  • where - space - international space station
  • where - state - alabama
  • where - state - alaska
  • where - state - arizona
  • where - state - arkansas
  • where - state - california
  • where - state - colorado
  • where - state - florida
  • where - state - georgia
  • where - state - hawaii
  • where - state - idaho
  • where - state - iowa
  • where - state - Kansas
  • where - state - kentucky
  • where - state - louisiana
  • where - state - Maine
  • where - state - massacusetts
  • where - state - michigan
  • where - state - minnesota
  • where - state - missouri
  • where - state - montana
  • where - state - nebraska
  • where - state - nevada
  • where - state - new jersey
  • where - state - new mexico
  • where - state - New York
  • where - state - new york - upstate
  • where - state - north carolina
  • where - state - North Dakota
  • where - state - ohio
  • where - state - oklahoma
  • where - state - oregon
  • where - state - south carolina
  • where - state - tennessee
  • where - state - texas
  • where - state - Vermont
  • where - state - virginia
  • where - state - washington
  • where - state - wisconsin
  • where - state - wyoming
  • where - states - pennsylvania
  • where-city-wellington
  • who - culture - jewish
  • who - description - alpha male
  • who - description - alphas and omegas
  • who - description - amputee
  • who - description - baby
  • who - description - bad boy
  • who - description - bald men
  • who - description - bear
  • who - description - bearded man
  • who - description - bikers
  • who - description - billionaire
  • who - description - black
  • who - description - blue collar
  • who - description - boss
  • who - description - brat
  • who - description - bull rider
  • who - description - children
  • who - description - college grad (recent)
  • who - description - coworkers
  • who - description - crossdresser
  • who - description - daddy
  • who - description - deaf
  • who - description - divorced
  • who - description - dormmates
  • who - description - drifter
  • who - description - ensemble cast
  • who - description - established couple
  • who - description - foodie
  • who - description - friends
  • who - description - gay teen boys
  • who - description - geeks
  • who - description - hipster
  • who - description - hockey fan
  • who - description - homeless
  • who - description - long haired man
  • who - description - lumbersexual
  • who - description - macho
  • who - description - master
  • who - description - mature man
  • who - description - muscular bottom
  • who - description - older
  • who - description - over forty
  • who - description - overweight
  • who - description - paraplegic
  • who - description - parent
  • who - description - physical disability
  • who - description - piercing
  • who - description - psychopath
  • who - description - recovering addict
  • who - description - roommates
  • who - description - runaway
  • who - description - sadist
  • who - description - savior
  • who - description - scottish highlander
  • who - description - slave
  • who - description - sports fan
  • who - description - step brother
  • who - description - step father
  • who - description - submissive
  • who - description - tattoos
  • who - description - teenager
  • who - description - twink
  • who - description - twins
  • who - description - unaccepting parent
  • who - description - unstable
  • who - description - vegan
  • who - description - vegetarian
  • who - description - virgin
  • who - description - wheelchair
  • who - description - white collar
  • who - description - widow
  • who - nationality - african
  • who - nationality - asian
  • who - nationality - australian
  • who - nationality - british
  • who - nationality - canadian
  • who - nationality - chinese
  • who - nationality - colombian
  • who - nationality - croatian
  • who - nationality - english
  • who - nationality - french
  • who - nationality - german
  • who - nationality - greek
  • who - nationality - hawaiian
  • who - nationality - indian
  • who - nationality - irish
  • who - nationality - italian
  • who - nationality - jamaican
  • who - nationality - japanese
  • who - nationality - korean
  • who - nationality - latin american
  • who - nationality - latino
  • who - nationality - native american
  • who - nationality - new zealander
  • who - nationality - romani
  • who - nationality - scot / scottish
  • who - nationality - welsh
  • who - occupation - accountant
  • who - occupation - actors
  • who - occupation - apothecary
  • who - occupation - archaeologist
  • who - occupation - architect
  • who - occupation - aristocrat
  • who - occupation - artist
  • who - occupation - assassin
  • who - occupation - astronaut
  • who - occupation - astronomer
  • who - occupation - athlete
  • who - occupation - attorney
  • who - occupation - author
  • who - occupation - baker
  • who - occupation - ballerina
  • who - occupation - barista
  • who - occupation - bartender
  • who - occupation - baseball player
  • who - occupation - biker
  • who - occupation - billionaire
  • who - occupation - bodyguard
  • who - occupation - botanist
  • who - occupation - bouncer
  • who - occupation - bounty hunter
  • who - occupation - bull rider
  • who - occupation - businessman
  • who - occupation - businesswoman
  • who - occupation - carpenter
  • who - occupation - castle laird
  • who - occupation - caterer
  • who - occupation - celebrity
  • who - occupation - chef
  • who - occupation - choreographer
  • who - occupation - college student
  • who - occupation - college track teacher
  • who - occupation - computer programmer
  • who - occupation - construction worker
  • who - occupation - cops / law enforcement
  • who - occupation - cowboys
  • who - occupation - crab fisherman
  • who - occupation - dancer
  • who - occupation - designer
  • who - occupation - detective
  • who - occupation - diplomat
  • who - occupation - doctor
  • who - occupation - dom
  • who - occupation - EMT
  • who - occupation - entrepreneur
  • who - occupation - ex-convict
  • who - occupation - executive
  • who - occupation - exotic dancer
  • who - occupation - falconer
  • who - occupation - farmer
  • who - occupation - federal agent
  • who - occupation - firefighter
  • who - occupation - fragrance chemist
  • who - occupation - game warden
  • who - occupation - gangsters
  • who - occupation - gardener
  • who - occupation - golfer
  • who - occupation - guard
  • who - occupation - gymnast
  • who - occupation - hacker
  • who - occupation - hairdresser
  • who - occupation - handyman
  • who - occupation - healer
  • who - occupation - highwayman
  • who - occupation - hockey player
  • who - occupation - homeless man
  • who - occupation - horsemaster
  • who - occupation - hot rocker
  • who - occupation - interior designer
  • who - occupation - interpreter
  • who - occupation - inventor
  • who - occupation - jeweler
  • who - occupation - journalist
  • who - occupation - k9 cop
  • who - occupation - king
  • who - occupation - knight
  • who - occupation - librarian
  • who - occupation - lord
  • who - occupation - mafioso
  • who - occupation - mage
  • who - occupation - mail clerk
  • who - occupation - manager
  • who - occupation - martial arts instructor
  • who - occupation - mechanic
  • who - occupation - mercenary
  • who - occupation - military
  • who - occupation - missionary
  • who - occupation - model
  • who - occupation - motorcycle rider
  • who - occupation - mountain biking guide
  • who - occupation - musician
  • who - occupation - nevada game warden
  • who - occupation - nurse
  • who - occupation - paramedic/emt
  • who - occupation - parent
  • who - occupation - philanthropist
  • who - occupation - photographer
  • who - occupation - physical therapist
  • who - occupation - pilot
  • who - occupation - pirate
  • who - occupation - police
  • who - occupation - politician
  • who - occupation - pornstar
  • who - occupation - priest
  • who - occupation - prince
  • who - occupation - prisoner
  • who - occupation - private investigator
  • who - occupation - pro wrestler
  • who - occupation - professor
  • who - occupation - profiler
  • who - occupation - prostitute
  • who - occupation - psychic
  • who - occupation - psychologist
  • who - occupation - rancher
  • who - occupation - realtor
  • who - occupation - rent boy/escort
  • who - occupation - restaurant owner
  • who - occupation - rock star
  • who - occupation - royalty
  • who - occupation - sailor
  • who - occupation - scientist
  • who - occupation - secretary
  • who - occupation - serial killer
  • who - occupation - servant
  • who - occupation - sex worker
  • who - occupation - sheriff
  • who - occupation - shop owner
  • who - occupation - singer
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Summary: Five characters from the Clearwater, Larkspur and Delamere Mysteries find themselves taking the train to Cornwall for the 1892 Larkspur Hall Christmas Eve ball. To pass the time, they each tell a story from their past. Sitting in their carriage is a stranger who listens to their stories of detection, mystery and prophesy, and recognises some of the people involved. As they near their destination, the stranger realises he is more involved with his fellow passengers than they know, but who is he? Where is he going, and why? 1892 can be read as a short, standalone novella, and there’s no need to have read the Clearwater, Larkspur or Delamere series to enjoy the story. However, you might gain more from reading 1892 if you already know the characters and their histories.

1892 - Jackson Marsh - Clearwater Tales
1892
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Word Count: 12000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Gay historical romance set in the Golden Age of Piracy. Secret friends. Forbidden lovers. Some bonds aren't meant to be broken... When Titus Kandel meets Sir Henry Polglase, an irrepressible fire smoulders between them. But Ty can't act on his feelings—he is owned by another man. Affronted to learn Ty is property, Sir Henry swears he'll free Ty from his master's clutches. Ty is elated. Finally he'll have the freedom he's always longed for. And then he discovers what really brought Sir Henry to the Caribbean… A story set in the world of Radcliffe’s epic Pirates of Port Royal series.

A Chevalier in Deed - Jules Radcliffe - Pirates of Port Royal: Chevaliers & Charlatans
A Chevalier in DeedPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 71000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Berlin 1933: When the parties stop...the dying begins SHORT LISTED FOR 2023 MYSTERY LAMMY AWARD The city that’s been a beacon of liberation during the 1920s is about to become a city of deadly oppression. BBC foreign correspondent Simon Sampson risks his life in a bid to save thousands of gay men from the growing Nazi threat. This is the second in the Simon Sampson mystery series. The first, A Death in Bloomsbury, was hailed as ‘a good old-fashioned John Buchan-esque mystery reworked for the twenty-first century’. Simon moves to Berlin where he meets British author Christopher Isherwood and his lover Heinz. He’s also reunited with his banter-partner Florence Miles, better known to her friends as Bill. She’s recruited him into the British intelligence services and he’s got the task of hunting down communist spies. But when Simon is ordered to spy on an old college friend, his loyalties are brought into question. Who are his real enemies? And how much can he trust his masters?

A Death in Berlin - David C. Dawson - Simon Sampson Mysteries
A Death in Berlin
Pairings: M-M
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Word Count: 311000

Character Identities: Gay, Lesbian

Summary: Everyone has secrets… but some are fatal. 1932, London. Late one December night Simon Sampson stumbles across the body of a woman in an alleyway. Her death is linked to a plot by right-wing extremists to assassinate the King on Christmas Day. Simon resolves to do his patriotic duty and unmask the traitors. But Simon Sampson lives a double life. Not only is he a highly respected BBC radio announcer, but he’s also a man who loves men, and as such must live a secret life. His investigation risks revealing his other life and with that imprisonment under Britain’s draconian homophobic laws of the time. He faces a stark choice: his loyalty to the King or his freedom. This is the first in a new series from award-winning author David C. Dawson. A richly atmospheric novel set in the shadowy world of 1930s London, where secrets are commonplace, and no one is quite who they seem.

A Death in Bloomsbury - David C. Dawson
A Death in BloomsburyPairings: F-F, M-M
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Word Count: 105000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Hired by the esteemed Clearwater Detective Agency, and determined to prove themselves worthy, Jack and Will Merrit face their first case: They have eight days to unravel past events at an English public school, find a missing man and prevent his suicide. A new life brings intriguing potentials as Jack grapples with his attraction towards men. As the assistant to the manly and assured, Jimmy Wright, he must put aside his longing for Larkin Chase and the temptations of a new stable lad, and face the weight of his new responsibility. The Merrit brothers’ future depends on it. But when circumstances pull Jimmy away, Jack and Will are left alone to navigate a map of deceit, solve the case, and save a man’s life, even if it means risking their own. ‘A Fall from Grace’ is the second book in the Delamere Files series of romantic, Victorian gay mysteries, and follows on from ‘Finding a Way.’ The books should be read in order.

A Fall from Grace - Jackson Marsh - Delamere Files
A Fall from GracePairings: M-M
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Word Count: 13065

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Sequel to May Wedding In early December of 1817, shortly before the ton retires to the countryside for the winter, Percy Havilland decides to hold an informal Yuletide afternoon party for his companions and family. Within the unconventional social array of guests are Percy’s closest friends, the four couples consisting of gentlemen and working men who meet for supper each Thursday evening at The Golden Lion tavern. Percy’s aims are supported by his long-suffering and ever-reliable lover, Nathan. Meanwhile, gentleman Jo Everett relishes that he can proudly attend a social occasion with his life partner, the tailor Daniel Walters. And musician Luc has a private plan for Christmas to reveal to his actor sweetheart, Harry. But amongst these happy couples, all is not well between Captain Ben Harding and Edward Stephens. Can Ben’s best friend Jo intervene on Edward’s behalf? Or might Ben have already reached a decision, leaving Edward heartbroken?

A Festive Gathering at Chelsea - Ellie Thomas
A Festive Gathering at Chelsea (Twelve Letters Book 7)Pairings: M-M
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Word Count: 37500

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: When a young girl implores Edgar Finch to marry her older brother because "Charlie is unhappy," Edgar is at first amused. But Charlie is nephew to the horribly abusive Lord Fitzhannon, whom Edgar has set himself against, and the lad is suffering under Fitzhannon's cruelty. Marriage is not in Edgar's plans, but he'll save the lad if he can—and marriage may be his one shot. Charlie is nineteen, wild and wounded, and extraordinarily beautiful. The marriage of convenience to Edgar is just what he needs to get free of his awful uncle, and to protect his innocent little sisters. A rocky alliance between Edgar and Charlie grows into something more companionable, from reluctantly relying on one another to trusting and warm. But Edgar's heart is set on revenge against Fitzhannon, who is responsible for the death of the only man he ever loved. Nothing must get in his way. He would rather not drag his young husband down with him, much less develop feelings for the brat. Now, if only Charlie would have the good sense not to fall in love with him...

37,500 words

A "Marrying Men" story. These pseudo-historical tales feature men marrying one another in various worlds and ways. Happy ending are to be expected.  

A Husband for Steel and Blood - Hollis Shiloh
A Husband for Steel and Blood
Pairings: M-M
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Word Count: 12000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: ~~a short story~~ April 1185 Stephan l’Aigle is the third son of a Yorkshire baron with no hopes of inheriting land or titles, probably a good thing as he has no interest in women, nor any desire to marry or produce heirs. He finds pleasure in the arms of other men. At eighteen years old, Stephan has recently been knighted and must make his living on the tournament circuit or become a soldier for hire. His fortunes change when Richard, Duke of Aquitaine & son of King Henry II, sees his skills in battle. Stephan will hone his sword arm against Richard’s enemies, and learn about comradeship, duty, and honor. Will his relationship with one of Richard’s knights crack his hard-hearted armor? NOTE: this is not an HEA. It’s rather bittersweet.

Passages A Knight's Tale - Charlene Newcomb
A Knight's Tale (Passages)Pairings: M-M
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Word Count: 14771

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: By the spring of 1806 in rural England, Charles Denham's happiness should be complete. He has reconciled with his best friend and long-term lover, Avery, after a breach caused by Charles’ grief at the sudden death of his father, which left Charles shouldering family responsibilities. Avery has made allowances for Charles’ misguided actions, and their relationship is back on an even keel. But Charles can’t forgive himself for his past behaviour towards the man he loves so dearly. He feels that some grand gesture is required to assure Avery that he will never take him for granted again. Yet the more Charles considers this, his good intentions become increasingly confused. Might Avery find a way to secure their future together?

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A Lasting Vow - Ellie Thomas
A Lasting VowPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 37,000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Sheriff Avery O’Rourke has tried to obey his strict Christian faith and lead a “normal” life. In 1923 in a rural East Texas town, “normal” means heterosexual. A cholera outbreak has made Avery a young widower, so he is married to his job. When a murder investigation forces him to confront his truth, will he finally be able to accept being gay? Veterinarian Garland Sands has returned from Europe to take over his father’s practice. Struggling with shellshock (PTSD) and heartbroken by the suicide of his French lover, he resigns himself to a quiet, solitary life as a country vet. But the murder of the town doctor brings the sheriff to Garland’s doorstep looking for help with the investigation. Seeing Avery awakens dormant feelings. Can he love a man who hates what he is? This isn’t the lavish 1920s of The Great Gatsby. This is the flip side of that coin—rural East Texas. No electricity. No indoor plumbing. No flappers. In 1923, the timber barons have left and racism, homophobia, and sexism thrive. A Little Sin is a realistic mystery with unlikely heroes and a timeless romance between lovers caught in a world where their love is forbidden. This book contains steamy sex scenes and is intended for adults only.

A Little Sin - Sionnach Wintergreen
A Little SinPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 15000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Secret friends. Forbidden lovers. Some bonds aren't meant to be broken... Sir Henry Polglase—Polly to his friends—can’t afford to be distracted. Not even by the stunning Titus Kandel. He can’t confide to anyone why he really went into the dirty business of slave-trading. And when he forms a partnership with Titus’s vile master, he’s certain he’ll never be forgiven. But fate has a way of intervening. Hearts, as well as fortunes, can be won on the turn of a card. Gay historical romance from the Golden Age of Piracy, set in the world of Radcliffe's epic Pirates of Port Royal series.

A Scoundrel in Silk - Jules Radcliffe - Pirates of Port Royal: Chevaliers & Charlatans
A Scoundrel in SilkPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 89,000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: On the dangerous high seas, there is nothing more precious than trust…   Billy loves the freedom he has as a pirate, where no man is his master. But when his captain tasks him with guarding an abducted naval officer, he starts questioning everything he thought he ever needed… Crispin Merrick wants nothing more than to command a ship in the Royal Navy. Even though the war has ended and he’s been stripped of his duties, he still dreams of naval glory. But being kidnapped and held captive by a pirate with the face of an angel and the soul of a scoundrel makes him wonder if it’s finally time for some new dreams. Can these polar opposites overcome their differences in time to survive what their enemies (and the treacherous seas) have in store for them? Only if they can trust in each other—and in love—when the time comes… A Star to Sail By is an emotional, standalone, enemies to lovers, forced proximity M/M historical romance. Download today and get ready to set sail for adventure and romance on the high seas.      The book contains material some readers may find upsetting. Full details are given on the contents warning page of the author's website, linked to at the beginning of the book (visible on Amazon's 'Look Inside' feature).

A Star to Sail By - Joy Lynn Fielding
A Star to Sail ByPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 86000

Character Identities: Bisexual

Summary: The slums of 19th century New York. Dangerous. Exciting. The perfect hunting ground for a hardened rake hellbent on pleasure But when Jake lets Ash seduce him, his armor against love begins to crack This time the price of pleasure could be his heart…

A Summer Pursuit - Jules Radcliffe - Love's Pursuit
A Summer PursuitPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 17081

Character Identities: Gay, Pansexual

Summary: In a world where magic is hated and feared, sometimes the bravest thing a man can do is trust. Daymon is the second prince of a kingdom in which Evokers—those who possess intuitive magical abilities—have long since been treated with fear and mistrust. Marked as an Evoker himself, Daymon is captured by those who wish to take advantage of these powers. Now, the prince must put his faith in Rhyder, the captain of his guards—and the man Daymon has claimed as his own—to free him.

A Trust to Follow - Diana Waters
A Trust to FollowPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 16759

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Jefferson Sebring wined and dined, charmed and cajoled, and lured and seduced handsome men into his bed. However, he never wanted to keep one longer than a few dates or a few months. He had his work with the CIA and his duties to his family, and with those and his men, he was content - until Ludovic Rivenhall came into his life, first squiring his sister Portia around town, then falling into Jefferson's bed as so many others had. But Ludo wanted more than a same time next year type of relationship; he wanted to stay there, and Jefferson found he was willing to allow it as long as they both still wanted it. Years later, they both still wanted each other - but men didn't marry men. Or did they, in this new world they had survived to see?

Ace High Royal Flush - Tinnean - Love Wins
Ace-High Royal FlushPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 34000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary: Stiles Long emphatically did not want his lover, Michael O’Leary to go on the assignment he had been given. He didn’t care that Michael was an amazing poker player or that his commander thought Michael was the perfect man for the job. He almost lost Michael once. He couldn’t go through that again. Michael needed this. He needed to prove that he was able to take care of himself. He didn’t need Stiles to take care of him. He needed to be Stiles’ equal. The poker game in Durango, Colorado was his chance to prove that. The fact that Stiles didn’t want him to go didn’t matter. Michael had to do this. Lizzie Ferguson was Stiles partner in the Pinkerton Agency. She was a good agent. That didn’t mean, she had to like being dressed in satin and lace, showing way too much of her body to total strangers. Lizzie knew there was more going on at Maverick’s Saloon, and it might just cost her life. None of them suspected that a simple poker game would turn into a deadly nightmare. If the three of them weren’t careful, one of them might just end up the next victim.

Final Aces Up - C.J. Baty - Pinkerton Man
Aces UpPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 105000

Character Identities: Gay

Summary:

The Larkspur Mysteries Book 3

“Despite your adversities, Mr Blaze, you remain unbroken because of who you are, not what you can or cannot do.”

Mrs Norwood, October 1890

Shakespeare, the Bible, Edgar Allan Poe… What could a series of random quotes have to do with a masked ball and eight unsolved murders? Archer, Lord Clearwater, is hosting a masquerade at Larkspur Hall, and Prince Albert Victor is the guest of honour. The vitally important event is miles away from London, where Jimmy Wright has enlisted the help of Dalston Blaze and Joe Tanner in solving two mysteries: Who has been sending Archer cryptic notes, and who has murdered eight men on Bodmin Moor? Dalston finds himself the only one who can solve both riddles, but self-doubt, his concerns for Joe, and his newly found admiration for Jimmy Wright are obstacles he must overcome if he is to prevent Lord Clearwater’s downfall. But what if the killer isn’t after His Lordship? What if the plan is to assassinate the prince? Or worse, someone much closer to Dalston’s heart?   Agents of the Truth is the third novel in The Larkspur Mysteries, and the stories are best read in order. The Larkspur Mysteries follow on from The Clearwater Mysteries series, and both feature gay main characters, and are set at a time when homosexuality was illegal. They are a combination of MM/romance, mystery and bromance, and are inspired by historical fact.

Agents of the Truth - Jackson Marsh
Agents of the TruthPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 8300

Character Identities: Information not available

Summary: England, 1910 It's Valentine's Day and Gareth, footman at the local manor, is determined to make his true feelings known for his companion, Robbie. Robbie has big dreams for his future and Gareth is hoping he can be a part of them. Armed with a box of chocolates, a solicitor's letter of good news, and hopeful determination, Gareth goes to meet Robbie for lunch. But will Robbie be as eager as Gareth to make their situation permanent? Or will the pressure of having to keep their love a secret be too much for their dreams to handle? 'All Tall Flowers' is a sweet, historical romance short with a happy and hopeful ending. It is a short story of about 8300 words or approx. 25 pages in print.

All Tall Flowers - Joshua Ian - A Manor of Speaking
All Tall Flowers: A Short StoryPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 7000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Genderfluid, Transgender

Summary: A gender-fluid prince finds an unexpected ally in an arranged marriage with a transgender man. Prince Darian is willing to give up his penchant for gowns when he must wed for the sake of the kingdom. However, his intended bride has a secret of their own. A marriage of convenience may bring something neither expected—acceptance, and all that entails.

All That Entails - E.M. Hamill
All That EntailsPairings: M-NB
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Character Identities: Gay

Summary: It is 1969 when Dewey Snodgress, high school theater star, meets irrepressible hippie Jeep Brickthorn, who quickly inserts himself into Dewey’s life—and eventually, into his heart. Meanwhile, Dewey prepares to appear in a production across town, a play about protestors of the Vietnam War, where he befriends the wild and wonderful Lucretia “LuLu” Belton, who is also determined to follow her dreams and become an actress—whether her parents approve or not. The show has a profound effect, especially on Dewey’s father, who reconsiders his approval of the war after his son’s performance. But Dewey knows his dad won’t be so accepting if he reveals the love he’s developing for Jeep, so he fights to push his feelings away and keep the peace in his family. Still, Dewey can’t ignore the ripples moving through society—from the impending Woodstock Festival to the Stonewall Riots—and he begins to see that the road to happiness and acceptance for him and Jeep might lead them away from conservative Fort Worth, Texas—and Dewey’s dad.

All You Need Is Love - Russell J. Sanders
All You Need Is LovePairings: M-M
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