I opened my wish list folder and there was barely anything in there, but I had just enough to a post.
Title: Prince of Hell
Author(s): Temple Madison
Length: 96 pages
Publisher: JMS Books LLC (May 5, 2018)
Genre: Romance / Gay / Paranormal /
Blurb: Divided between Heaven and Hell, by good and evil, and light and dark, a crossbreed named Dante was created in the depths of Hell to lead a pack of assassins in the ultimate destruction of Earth. For this purpose, Dante was given superhuman powers he can use while passing himself off as human.
Early in his mission, Dante meets an ally named Fate Ferguson. With the help of Fate, he learns about another Kingdom. A kingdom in direct contrast to the one that created him. Heaven.
With good and evil warring for his soul, the day soon comes when Dante has to make a choice. Can he overcome his birthright and use his powers for good? Or is the evil too strong for him to be anything but the Prince of Hell?
Title: Broken Oath
Series: Dark Fae Decree, 1
Author(s): Ilana Waters
Length: 182 pages
Genre: Urban Fantasy / Folklore / Psychics / LGBTIAQ Characters /
Blurb: I'm the new fae Judge? You've got to be kidding me.
I have enough problems in my life. I'm part unseelie. You know what that means? It means half of me is a decent, law-abiding fae. The other half is a front-page serial killer waiting to happen.
I'm a PI in New Orleans. It's the only job I can really handle. Be my own boss. Drink all I want. Live the dream. Then, one night, I'm confronted by a talking dagger from Netherwood--the realm of the fae. It tells me I'm the new Judge and that it's my duty to "render Final Judgement on those who break their Oaths." Why do we even need magical oaths in the first place?
Then I land a case. Seems straightforward. A witch on her honeymoon. Husband goes missing. He's probably with another woman, or dead. Either way, it's easy money.
Except it isn't. The clues are leading me in all different directions, most of which involve people wanting to kill me. Nothing about this case adds up, but one thing is clear:
Being the Judge doesn't mean I'm in control. It means I have a target on my back . . . one I may not survive.
Title: Blyd and Pearce
Author(s): Kim Fielding
Length: 226 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (July 24, 2018)
Genre: Romance / Fantasy / Historical / Gay
Note: releases July 24th
Blurb: Born into poverty and orphaned young, Daveth Blyd had one chance for success when his fighting prowess earned him a place in the Tangye city guard—a place he lost to false accusations of theft. Now he scrapes out a living searching for wayward spouses and missing children. When a nobleman offers him a small fortune to find an entertainer who’s stolen a ring, Daveth takes the case.
While Jory Pearce may or may not be a thief, he certainly can’t be trusted. But, enchanted by Jory’s beauty and haunting voice, Daveth soon finds himself caught in the middle of a conspiracy. As he searches desperately for answers, he realizes that he’s also falling for Jory. The two men face river wraiths, assassins, a necromancer, and a talking head that could be Daveth’s salvation on their quest for the truth. But with everyone’s integrity in question and Death eager to dance, Daveth will need more than sorcery to survive.
Title: The Privilege of Peace
Series: Peacekeeper, 3
Author(s): Tanya Huff
Length: 348 pages
Publisher: DAW (June 19, 2018)
Genre: Science Fiction
Note: *cries* I hate that this series is coming to an end. It's one of my all time favorites. I wanna grow up to be Torin Kerr! <3 <3
Blurb: Former space marine Torin Kerr returns for one final adventure to save the Confederation in the last book in the military science fiction Peacekeeper trilogy.
Warden Torin Kerr has put her past behind her and built a life away from the war and everything that meant. From the good, from the bad. From the heroics, from the betrayal. She's created a place and purpose for others like her, a way to use their training for the good of the Confederation. She has friends, family, purpose.
Unfortunately, her past refuses to grant her the same absolution. Big Yellow, the ship form of the plastic aliens responsible for the war, returns. The Silsviss test the strength of the Confederation. Torin has to be Gunnery Sergeant Kerr once again and find a way to keep the peace.
Title: The Valkyrie's Princes
Author(s): Quinn Arthurs
Length: 207 pages
Genre: Romance / Fantasy / Poly? /
Blurb: In a world full of winged warriors, what difference can a wingless girl make?
Surrounded by powerful Valkyries, Emberly's wingless status is viewed as a curse. She never expected to be more than a slave and a training subject for the warriors. A chance rescue by the Princes of Ardenia changes her life - but is it for the better?
Thrown into a world of politics, legends, and bigotry, Emberly must try to find a way to survive. With the help of the Princes-- Suneel, Jett, Blaine, Hunter, and Flynn--she begins to learn not only about life outside of the barracks, but about what it truly means to be loved.
Title: Stag and the Ash
Series: (The Rowan Harbor Cycle Book 5)
Author(s): Sam Burns
Length: 158 pages
Genre: Romance / Paranormal / Gay
Blurb: Jesse Hunter is finally trying to be an adult, but it still feels like an act. His place on the town council is a sham. He’s rarely called on to do anything. His boyfriend is grieving the loss of his mother, and while everyone seems to think he’s doing a great job caring for Sean, Jesse feels like he’s more of a distraction than a real help.
March is shaping up to be a bad month. First, random chance leads him to the realization that the town’s recent trouble is his fault. Then new werewolves come into town, and it turns out they’re also Jesse’s responsibility. He feels like he may be at his breaking point, and he doesn’t want to drag his friends and loved ones down with him. But how will he handle it alone?
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