The winner of yesterday’s giveaway is Rose! Congrats!
Well, today is the last day of the giveaway but I like to think I saved the best for last here on this last day of 2013. I’ve got three real life friends with me today, Z.A. Maxfield, Lynn Lorenz and Belinda McBride. ZAM actually lives about 10 minutes from me in the next city over. I’m very pleased to have them offer you books on the last day of my giveaway and the last day of the year.
Evan McAdams has two constants in his life–football and his friendship with Reed Matthews. From the age of six, Evan’s played football alongside Reed. In his teens, he realized he was gay and loved Reed, but fear kept him from confiding his deepest emotions to his best friend.
When he and Reed are drafted to the L.A. Stars, Evan decides to come out. His decision impacts Reed who’s been in the closet too. The two men struggle with secrets of unrequited love while facing the world as the first two openly gay NFL players.
When injury forces Evan to retire, the love he bears Reed can no longer be hidden. But will Reed be able to reciprocate, or will Evan lose both football and the man he’s always loved?
A cowboy’s heart has room for anything…
J-Bar ranch foreman Malloy pretty much keeps to himself—slinking around the edges of everybody else like an old coyote, doing his job and staying private. That is until Crispin Carrasco shows up. Lean, muscular, and with a motor mouth that won’t quit, Crispin sparks something in Malloy—something the foreman didn’t know was there. But how does a lone coyote approach the warmth of a fire? And more important, what would happen if that fire burned?
Dan Stoltz has worked for years under his mentor Murphy to train sparring werewolves for the WWFL. Finally ready to start his own business he takes the money he’s saved, buys a license to train, and goes to the slave auction house to buy his first fighter.
Ashland’s owner has lost him for failure to pay back taxes and he’s up on the auction block. His former master abused him, underfed him, didn’t put him in fights or keep up with his training, and he’s not in the best shape.
When Dan sets his sights elsewhere, Murphy insists Ash is the better choice, and so, against his better judgment, Dan purchases Ash. Ash might not look like much at first, but as they work together, Ash looks better than better. Now it seems Dan might get a better return on his investment than he could have expected, because he discovers that he burns with desire for his slave and Ash might just feel the same.
Kell has spent his life wondering who he is.. haunted by the memory of another place. When he sleeps, he hears a voice whispering his name, calling him home. In desperation he finally gives up everything and turns to fate on his quest for a town he knows only as “Normalville.”
Come with Kell as he finds the answers he seeks…and so much more.
Mad at the Moon
Merry Miller is a mail carrier at the only post office in town. After the deliveries are finished on Christmas Eve, all she wants to do is go to bed and sleep late on Christmas morning. But it’s the week of the full moon, and between the moonlight and the new neighbor’s off-pitch singing, she just can’t get any rest!
Noel Hollis has just moved to Arcada, and while the young teacher loves his new home, he’s a bit lonely and would like to get to know his neighbor better. So on Christmas Eve, he invites the sexy letter-carrier to dinner. Can he convince her to stop being angry at his off-key serenades and dance under the moon with him?
Furry meets Fairy on the most magical night of the year.
For a chance to will all of these books comment on this post by midnight Pacific time (3 am Eastern.) I’ll be back tomorrow on New Year’s Day with the winner and a recap of this year’s giveaway.
Thank you all for coming by each day and commenting. I hope you all found some new authors and books to love. Here’s hoping that 2014 brings you much love and happiness and a lot more books!
Happy New Year!