Wednesday, October 2, 2013

IT MUST BE LOV E - m/m contemporary

Reading on an electronic device is convenient and fast becoming the norm with many readers, but nothing beats curling up in your favorite chair with a paperback romance. With the holidays coming up, a paperback also makes a great gift for those hard to buy for people on your list. IT MUST BE LOVE offers three delicious helpings of happily ever after that will gladden the heart of any dedicated romantic. The cover art is pretty nice, too.

It Must Be Love
by Christiane France

ISBN-13: 978-1-61124-862-3 (Paperback)

If you’re willing to do whatever it takes to get that certain someone, then it must be love...

Previously available only in electronic format, these three stories of Gay Erotic Romance have now been combined for a paperback edition! Included are the tales...

·  Anything You Can Do
As teenagers, Devon and Julian denied their feelings for one another and avoided scandal by becoming fierce competitors and sworn enemies, even engaging in physical fights on occasion. After finishing school, Devon went to live and work in New York. Julian took his dreams of becoming a movie star to California and disappeared from view.

Now, years later, they’re both back home in Bayview and those old feelings are still very much alive and well. But Devon needs to focus all his efforts on bringing his family’s beach resort back to life. Julian has to decide what to do with his late grandfather’s house. Should he turn it into a B&B, or should he sell the property and move on?

It wasn’t the right time for them when they were in high school, and now, with problems to solve and decisions to make, the timing seems no better...

·  The Rivals
Rod Levins’ future as a newly qualified lawyer is anything but certain. After graduating with an above ninety-five-percent average, he’s in line for a job with the town’s number one law firm.

But so are three others, including the man Rod’s fantasized about for many months.

Jinks Jessop gives the impression he’s interested in Rod also, but each time Rod makes a move, Jinks backs off. Is Jinks gay, straight, or simply a rival amusing himself at Rod’s expense?

When it comes to both his career and his personal life, Rod knows that “wanting” and “getting” are not synonymous. But he can hope...

·  Getting Real
For TJ Delaney and Cole Labelle, it’s time to turn their lives around and get real.

TJ needs to exchange his playboy lifestyle for a job and prove he’s a responsible adult rather than a spoiled, rich brat.

Cole needs to free himself of his family’s control and their paranoid fears by proving being gay like his father is the only thing he and the man who gave him life have in common. And that by being openly gay he won’t cause them public embarrassment as his father did.

Can TJ and Cole achieve their goal of "getting real" and also find love in the process?

Cool mysteries and hot romance -


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