Prince Dane’s father is ready to abdicate the throne on the condition that Dane finds a wife and marries her quickly before he is coronated king. The only problem is Dane is in a relationship with his bodyguard, Asher. Reluctantly, Dane searches for a wife and against Asher’s wishes, chooses Lyric a beautiful ballet dancer who has run from her royal heritage.
As Asher grapples with the worry he will lose Dane to his wife, Dane faces rejection when Lyric refuses his proposal. On a mission to satisfy his lover, Asher brings Lyric back to the castle, and their tenuous friendship becomes love. Dane soon finds the same love for the kind-hearted Lyric and now they must sacrifice themselves for roles they must play so that Dane can become king.
As Asher, Lyric, and Dane face the prejudice of their kingdom, Dane realizes things have to change in order for them to ever be happy together…
This is a steamy MMF menage romance with a HEA, no cheating and a lot of fun.
THE THING ABOUT SPACE, THE DEBUT NOVELLA FROM SHAUN POWELL.
When Clare surrenders the spare-room in her Dublin apartment to Bunker, an online marketplace for lodgings and homestays, she doesn’t think much of the fleeting guests that come to stay. In fact, she does her best to avoid them.
Struggling to finish her sophomore novel, and lumbering through life in the wake of an unimaginable tragedy, Clare has lost her way.
But when Zoe, a mysterious and magnetic young woman from Belfast, checks in, Clare can’t help her curiosity, and it’s this unexpected encounter that will lead her on an extraordinary night around The Fair City – a night that will change Clare’s life forever.
THE THING ABOUT SPACE is a striking story about love, loss and friendship, and all the space in-between. Composed entirely in lockdown during the Covid-19 Pandemic, the novella is the debut release from Shaun Powell, an Irish writer who has previously garnered close to ONE MILLION READS online with his earlier work.No products found.
Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World is the broadest single collection of bisexual literature available today. Getting Bi collects 220 essays from around the world that explore bisexual identity. Topics include coming out, relationships, politics, community, and more. The book also addresses the intersection of bisexuality with race, class, ethnicity, gender identity, disability and national identity. Authors from 42 countries discuss bisexuality from personal perspectives and their own cultural contexts, providing insight into societal views on bisexuality from countries ranging from Colombia to China.No products found.
GEORGE MANLEY political novice and computer hacking entrepreneur, runs for US President and wins-The public, and his family don’t know he’s a cross-dresser appearing as his twin sister “Georgia.” Using his hacking skills SHE saves the US from a Russian plot, risking his being “outed” and losing his family and the Presidency. This fast paced, farcical, quirky comedy takes you to the heart of the presidency and one man’s struggle for the White House, to save America, and for personal acceptance.No products found.
Meredith knows she likes girls, but is reluctant to get close to anyone, knowing that she will have to move on and leave them. Theo likes girls too, but doesn’t let anyone get close enough to know the real him. They could be normal siblings, but they’re not.
They are descended from various mythical creatures. Meredith and Theo were separated from their parents as young children, like all protectors and guardians before them. Since then, they have trained together for their future roles.
At the age of fifteen, Meredith is given her first charge, Alex. He is destined to do something amazing, although Meredith doesn’t know what that it yet. Everything Meredith and Theo were taught is about to come crashing down around them.
Can they save Alex, while fighting against those they thought were on their side?No products found.
Coming out feels like an impossible task to sixteen-year-old Harper Green, who’s about to spend an entire week squished together with her big family at the beach in Heron’s Point. All Harper has ever wanted was love and acceptance, but fear of rejection forces her biggest secret deeper inside until one day she can’t hold it in any longer.
With encouragement from her new friend Heather, Harper confronts her true feelings and shares a part of her she thought would remain in the dark forever. Will Harper be accepted for who she is or will her fears come to light? Return to your favorite faces and places in this fifth novella in the Heron’s Point series.No products found.
Jesse Minkin is a study-mad Harvard hopeful. Anything that could possibly distract him from this goal is just petty teenage drama to him, including romance. His two best friends since childhood—the popular jock and the intimidating bad boy—have created the perfect shield for him, behind which he can safely practice his nerdy ways without harassment from bullies. However, when he meets the openly gay target of a violent hate crime, Jesse begins to see beyond his textbooks; perhaps there’s educational merit in petty teenage drama after all, and not all learning leads to Harvard.
(contains mature language and references to drug use)No products found.
A survivor with no memory and a warrior looking for her path unite against the pirate horde.
Two hundred soldiers walk into the burning sands of Gypta, but only a handful make it out. When Magda Stoner wakes in an infirmary halfway across the world, she discovers her memories of the desert are gone. Something happened that tore her mind and soul apart, and the only thing keeping her sane is the fact that she can’t remember a thing.
Ascara d’Jharaena ael Korphen is a warrior, not a soldier, and trying to fit herself into the lesser role at Veritas Traders has left her body battered and broken in the same infirmary where Magda recovers.
As they both mend, they meet a survivor of a pirate attack that included gifted attackers. Finding themselves without a unit or mission, they propose a daring plan to infiltrate the pirate horde and bring them to justice.
Can the pirates be stopped? Or will Magda and Ascara be caught before they even begin?
This is the first prequel in the Towers of the Earth fantasy adventure series.