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Jake by @BeaLaRocca #KinkyInKansas #Erotica #Cowboy


JAKE (Kinky in Kansas #1)

When Jake Campbell lands his dream job as ranch-hand in training at the Striker Ranch, more than one dream comes true for the handsome young cowboy.

Jake has never told anyone that he’s gay, but the powerful physical attraction that he feels for the foreman, Jackson Stone, and his right-hand man, Nate O’Connell, leave no doubt in his mind that handsome, muscular men do it for him. They’re probably both straight though, I mean, most guys are, right?

Jake decides, better to keep his desires to himself, than risk being rejected, ridiculed, or worse. So, he keeps his mouth shut and waits. He doesn’t have to wait long as Jackson makes his own desires known at the first opportunity. Thrilled to learn that Jackson and Nate are together and that they both want him to join them, he eagerly embarks on his first sexual adventure. How can they build something more when trouble keeps coming their way?

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Bea LaRocca is a single mom, grandma, and student, having returned to college as an adult to complete her BS in Meteorology/Geology. Now a part-time student doing independent study, she spends her time reading, writing and chatting with her diverse group of friends. A native New Yorker, she prefers the great outdoors over the big city, would rather spend time with her family than do anything, and loves pizza and chocolate as much as she loves reading and writing erotic romance.

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If Only In My Dreams by @KeiraAndrews #Gay #Holiday

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If Only In My Dreams by Keira Andrews

To be home for Christmas, they must bridge the distance between them.

Charlie Yates is desperate. It’s almost Christmas and his flight home from college has been delayed. For days. Charlie promised his little sister Ava he’d be home for her first holiday season since going into remission from leukemia. Now he’s stuck on the opposite coast and someone else grabbed the last rental car. Someone he hasn’t even spoken to in four years. Someone who broke his heart.

Gavin Bloomberg’s childhood friendship with Charlie ended overnight after a day of stolen kisses. With years of resentment between them, they don’t want to be in the same room together, let alone a car. But for Ava’s sake, Gavin agrees to share the rental and drive across the country together.

As they face unexpected bumps along the road, can Charlie and Gavin pave the way to a future together?

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After writing for years yet never really finding the right inspiration, Keira discovered her voice in gay romance, which has become a passion. She writes contemporary, historical, paranormal and fantasy fiction, and—although she loves delicious angst along the way—Keira firmly believes in happy endings. For as Oscar Wilde once said, “The good ended happily, and the bad unhappily. That is what fiction means.” You can find out more about Keira and her books at: www.keiraandrews.com


Mason’s Mijos by Jacey Holbrand

Hey folks! Today I’m happy to announce that I finally have another story in my The Agency series out! It’s called Mason’s Mijos. But first a little about me…

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Jacey Holbrand believes life and love comes in all forms and should be celebrated. She’s committed to her muse and writing so she can share her stories with readers. Hot days. Sexy nights. Come play in her world.

Jacey loves to hear from readers! Click the link to eMail her: JaceyHolbrand@gmail.com

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This story is the fourth and last book in The Agency series that deals with the conspiracy theory.

Like two of the other books in the series, Mason’s Mijos deals with male pregnancy, and it also has a couple of surprises that I hope readers will enjoy. 😉

In addition, Mason’s Mijos has a menage element, has some food play and sexy, sexy men! 🙂

Be Warned: MPREG, m/m sex, menage sex (MMM), food play, rimming, double penetration, voyeurism

… He’ll do anything for love.

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Mason Diaz is shocked when he sees his two ex-boyfriends, Flynn Grayson and Ryker Gemmings, together and at an alien encounters support group. Old feelings for them resurface when they tell Mason they want a threesome relationship. Eager to rekindle the connections, Mason goes up to Flynn’s house in the mountains for the weekend of a lifetime with the two men.

Abductions. Food play. Secrets and confessions about alien origins and shifting.

It’s not exactly what Mason had expected.

Especially the pregnancies.

Can he continue to love each of them while trying to survive the life changing events and all the revelations the weekend has in store?

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“Why did you want to come back?”

Flynn put down his drink and took Mason’s hands in his. “Haven’t I made that clear? I returned for you. I fought to come back because I love you.”

Mason kissed Flynn’s knuckles on one hand then the other. “And I love you. That’s what I decided. Who you are on the inside is what matters. Not where you come from or what you can do. I. Love. You. What can I do to help you with your mission? Find a woman for you to knock up? I’m sure my sister has some friends who’d be interested in you.”

“No.” Flynn shook his head. “I don’t want any females. I just want you.”

“But if you don’t do what you need to, you’ll be sent home. Right?” Mason couldn’t imagine being without Flynn, never hearing his laugh or seeing his smile. He had to be able to do something to keep the love of his life on Earth.

“I know, and the thought of leaving you again just kills me.” Flynn appeared to think for a moment. “You know, I could transform my genitals long enough for you to impregnate me.”

Mason chuckled. A man, changing his boyish bits into girly parts so he could carry a baby? Given to him by his male lover? That’s one for the tabloids. “I gotta hand it to you. It’s an interesting idea, Flynn, but a gestation period will be much longer than a few minutes.”

“I realize that. I have a medication to speed up the process, so it’ll only take a few days to a week or so. I believe I can keep the small transformation of my reproductive system going until I deliver.”

“I don’t know, Flynn. As much as I always wanted a child with you, I don’t want to put you in danger. And what if it doesn’t work?”

“Trust me. I’ll do my best to keep myself safe and make it happen. If I have your child, I’ll have done my duty and given you the best gift in the world. If for some reason it doesn’t work, then I’ll have to bite the bullet and find an Earth woman to procreate with.” He squeezed Mason’s hands. “Please, Mason, say we can do this. Let me have your baby.”

If anyone ever had said he’d be having such a conversation in his life, he would have called them daft. Yet here he was. Talking with his partner about having a baby. Together. Without the medical intervention of surrogacy. Just him, Flynn, and nature taking its bizarre, in this case, course.

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Thank you for having me on your blog, and readers, thank you for stopping by today!

Love & blessings to all! <3

Release Date: May 24, 2016

Heat Level: 4 ## Word Count: 34,100 ## ISBN: 978-1-77233-864-5 ## Editor: Karyn White ## Cover Artist: Sour Cherry Designs

Hop For Visibility, Awareness and Equality



In recognition of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, I am participating in the Hop For Visibility, Awareness, and Equality May 17-24.

The blog hop can be found here: http://hopforvisibilityawarenessandequality.blogspot.com/ . 

Every life is worthy of finding happiness, satisfaction, and love. Nothing makes someone else’s happiness more important than our own or their existence ever more worthy. But statistics show that 80% of Gay and Lesbian Youth report severe social isolation (Do Something.org). It is a basic human need to be accepted and connected to other humans, but yet there are so many who feel the draining power of not being heard or understood. In addition, 80% of transexual students felt unsafe at school because of their gender expression. Those statistics should scare, enrage and worry, at least they do me. Safety, again, is a basic human need. If one doesn’t feel safe, it is hard to be open to love and intimacy, which again can lead to feelings of isolation.

So, what can I do? 

There are several worthwhile organizations that concentrate on getting the word out there of inclusion and acceptance, PFLAG.org, GLSEN.org, and Friendfactor.org being a few, but there are so many others that do a wonderful job as well. I encourage everyone to check on local organizations in their area to help make a difference. A place to start might be LGBT Centers to search for a group in your area. 

Creating an environment for talking openly about sexual orientations and gender identifications is crucial starting at a young age, as indicated by the safety statistic of trans youth. As a parent who’s daughter came out as pansexual in high school, I could see how she struggled. I’d like to think she knew we’d be accepting because we cherish her for the spunky and amazing person she is, but it’s still not easy to put myself in her shoes and imagine what she felt. Fear? Hopelessness? Alone? She now says she always knew we wouldn’t change our love of her, but she’s grateful for our acceptance and joy for her knowing who she is but this isn’t the way with all families. And sadly, I know this personally. “It’s just a phase” or “She/He’s only doing this to be part of the cool kids” are statements I’ve heard said by fellow parents, not only about my daughter, but in a couple of instances, about their own children. They all cut deep, but I tried to initiate open communication with those parents to make sure they understood the damage their statements could be making to their children and that they should never say the same to my child. In the end, those opinions and views reinforced that I would stand up as an ally and be there for anyone if they needed someone to talk to.

Speaking of, no, I don’t know everything about the subject of LGBTQI. Not sure anyone ever can, because every person’s journey and feelings are different, but I do know that I can listen with no judgments and be supportive to anyone who needs a ear. I just simply listen. One simple statement I start with “I’d like to be here for you, if you need someone to talk to.” You’d be amazed how it opens up a line of communication and how the other person lights up with joy. Additionally, nothing is more supportive than a genuine and honest smile. My mom taught me that one. 🙂 

Life doesn’t have to be hard and we don’t have to make it hard for others. Look for opportunities to support LGBTQI initiatives. Find ways to include everyone in events, groups, and your life, be accepting and generous with your heart. Taking a moment to put yourself in someone else’s shoes is all it takes to make a difference. Ask questions and seek more knowledge, either through being an ally and listening to someone, promoting events like this one to bring light to issues, or volunteering in an organization that can use your talents and skills to help find a way to bring visibility, awareness, and equality for all. 

Thank you for stopping by this blog hop. I’d love to hear how you plan to make a difference in your community.

<3 Jules 

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