Lesbian sports romance novella, Sweet Spot by Lucy Felthouse, is now available in audiobook format. Narrated by voice artist Xanthia Bloom, you can now listen to this sporty romance tale on the go!
To celebrate the Australian Open, Lucy Felthouse and Lily Harlem have put the eBook version of their co-authored BDSM sports romance novel, Grand Slam, on SALE! Travis and the gang have been reduced to a bargain price of just 99c/p. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your copy pronto – the sale is only on this week!
California had seduced me with promises of a new life working at Los Carlos Tennis Academy. What I didn’t expect was the dark, brooding number one seed, Travis Connolly, resisting my help. He wasn’t interested in my psychology skills. Instead his attention was drawn to the edgy, sharper corners of my desires, proving that they existed, setting me challenges and driving me crazy to the point of combustion.
I’m the best tennis player in the world—officially—so why would I need a damn woman full of psychobabble to get me on form? Despite my irritation, however, I can’t resist pushing Marie Sherratt’s buttons even though doing that shows her the darkest shades of my lust, the parts of me I buried deep. So I set her a challenge, one she rises to, one that has me rising too, and before long my game relies on her calling the shots, hitting the target and bending to my will. One thing was certain, being not just master of the court, but also of Marie is seriously good for my soul.
Lily Harlem’s sexy Vipers have been re-released and are available on Kindle Unlimited for the first time.
HOT ICE is a series of hockey-themed 7 novels. The first, HIRED is only 99c/99p, and the 7th, RUSSIAN HEAT, comes with a FREE bonus short story ROOKIE RULES. They are predominantly M/F erotic romances with the exception of HIGH-STICKED which is M/M and TEAMWORK which is menage a trois. Go on…get lost in Lily’s bad boys of the ice and the women who tame them.
SCORING WITH SANTA
THERESA ROEMER AND RENEE ROSE
I’ve read several of Keira Andrews’ books now, and have enjoyed all of them, so was delighted to read and review this one also.
Reading the Signs tells the story of rookie baseball pitcher Nico Agresta and veteran catcher Jake Fitzgerald. Nico is an up and coming athlete who has had a crush on Jake for years, but because of his family’s conservative nature and his dad’s bigoted opinions, Nico has hidden his true sexuality. Willed it to go away, even, wanting to be “normal”. But when a transfer lands Jake on his team, the old crush comes back into full force, especially since the two men end up working closely together.
Jake’s out to his family, but hasn’t announced it publicly, not wanting the hassle of media attention. He’s also single, so not being out hasn’t really bothered him. That is, until he meets Nico again after many years, and realises the gangly kid he remembers is actually now a gorgeous young man. Things suddenly become very complicated.
Overall, this is a great read. It’s probably my least favourite of Andrews’ books so far, but that’s down to the baseball element, much of which went completely over my head. It’s nothing to do with her writing, the story, or the romance, which, as always, was well-written, sensitive and sexy. There’s angst, love, loss, arguments, and lots, lots more going on between the pages of this book, which I’d definitely recommend for gay romance fans, especially if they’re into sports.