Welcome to this week’s hot new releases, 99c deals, and freebies in gay romance! We have some wonderful news releases, a solid list of 99c deals, and two freebies.
All deals are valid today, Saturday, April 6, in the US and most of the time the UK, but they may not be valid tomorrow or in all Amazon stores. Please check the price before buying!
This is not a paid list or ads, but simply deals I’ve found and books I’m excited about reading, so all personal recommendations from me. If you have a book you’d like to see listed, you can submit it, but that’s not a guarantee I’ll list it.
Take Care of You – Gianni Holmes
An older man meets a younger guy who wants to take control in their relationship. Daddy kink with the ages reversed sounds so good. Take Care of You was a one-click for me.
LOL – Lucy Lennox and Molly Maddox
When a celebrity hijacks a carriage and driver to escape the paparazzi, he inadvertently lands the driver into trouble. To make up for it, he takes him with him as he lays low for a while…and the rest you can read in LOL, a new romantic comedy from Lucy Lennox and her sister.
Nox – Adrienne Wilder
Look, I haven’t read a book by this author that I didn’t love, so Nox was a one-click for me anyway. But paranormal creatures? Shifters that aren’t normal shifters? Suspense and hot romance wrapped into one? Sign me up.
Arctic Sun – Annabeth Albert
A hot model and a rugged bush pilot meet in Alaska and sparks fly. But when their worlds are so far apart, do they even stand a chance? Find out in Arctic Sun. Love this author and Alaska fascinates me, so I’m in.
When It Rains – Elle Keaton
When it Rains picks up where the previous book, His Best Man, left off in a trafficking operation. The cop who investigates is intrigued by the mysterious Carsten, a man who’s learned the law cannot be trusted. Romantic suspense.
Falling – Suki Fleet
Falling sounds like a sweet, slow burn new adult story with a lot of feels, the romance between an isolated guy who wrestles with depression and his neighbor. The blurb had me hooked.
Pay It Forward – Nic Starr
Pay It Forward is a mellow, feel good romance between two guys who each bring their own baggage into a relationship and who have to work through some stuff before they reach their happy end. THIS BOOK CURRENTLY SHOWS UP AT REGULAR PRICE, BUT SINCE THE AUTHOR TOLD ME IT WOULD BE 99C, IT MAY BE DISCOUNTED LAYTER TODAY OR TOMORROW. PLEASE CHECK AGAIN LATER.
Drawn to You – Jaclyn Quinn
A guy who’s making a fresh start and working in a tattoo shop falls for a man determined to keep their relationship casual in Drawn to You. When tragedy strikes, is what they have strong enough to survive?
Syncopation – Anna Zabo
The out of control rock star and front man of a band meets his former high school crush, who turns out to be their new drummer, in Syncopation. But both men have their trust issues, so can they work these out?
The Southern Comforts Series – Garett Groves
Southern hospitality, May/December, times three?! Yes, please! Sign me up for The Southern Comforts Series, three small-town, lighthearted romances in one awesome deal.
First – Declan Rhodes
The blurb of First reads a bit complicated, but from what I can tell, two high school friends meet again years later at a ski resort and the old sparks still fly. First time gay meets friends to lovers with a little rich boy poor boy thrown in.
Because You Protected Me – Ian Finn
An introvert rock star needs a bodyguard when he acquires himself a stalker in Because You Protected Me. The good old bodyguard trope meets an opposites attract and first time gay.
Caysen’s Catch – Daryl Banner
I’m a fan of this author and this appears to be a new concept for him: a continuing series of four novellas that follow four friends through their lives from work, to parties, and to love. This first one has a friends to lovers theme and honestly, I’m not entire sure if Caysen’s Catch has a HEA or a HFN. But it sounds good! A new release at 99c.
Credence – Delphia Baisden
Rock star meets rock star in Credence, with one man still in the closet and another looking for a second chance at fame. Trigger warning: this book contains explicit rape, as well as one failed suicide attempt by a main character.
Stage Two – Ariel Tachna
Town bad boy and the principal learn that the tension between them isn’t just confrontational, and that sparks can fly when opposites come together in Stage Two, a second chance romance.
Free Hand – E.M. Lindsey
Reviewers are calling Free Hand raw and authentic. A lonely tattoo artist suffering from PTSD finds his calm with a deaf man hell bent on not dating a hearing man.
Follow Him Home – Peter Dawes
A doctor, a lawyer, and a hitman walk into a bar…haha! Or in this case fall into bed. Can the world two of them live in make room for a third, in Follow Him Home? Readers who appreciate a more literary style will love this one.