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HOW MUCH IS THAT DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW?

How can anyone resist those eyes?

Leon has a way with animals as well as a way to use them to help ease the suffering of those with long-term illness or injury. He’s loved by patients and nurses alike until, that is, he’s asked to drop in on reclusive old codger, Ralph Esseltine, who has a reputation of reducing health workers to tears. Instead of tears, Esseltine goads the placid Leon to anger by kicking the frisky puppy Leon has brought along as therapy. Expecting the worst, Leon submits his resignation only to discover that Esseltine has requested he visit again. What sort of revenge does the old recluse have in mind? And what of Esseltine’s estranged grandson and his obnoxious boyfriend who turn up to count the family silver? (29,500 words)

Love Is In The Air

HE WON’T SEND ROSES

What’s a rose when compared to the flowering of real love?

It’s Valentine’s Day, the busiest day of the year for Christopher, mild-mannered owner of Petals to the Metal, the florist shop on the dangerous side of the city’s tracks. With a mountain of deliveries to make and no sign of his casual driver, Christopher knows he is about to die when a loud motorbike pulls up outside and a behemoth of man, heavily tattooed and muscled like a steroid freak, strides through the entrance. Will Christopher die by bullet, knife, or beating? When the stranger turns on the charm, Christopher realizes he may actually die of desire. (15,730 words)

THE DAY OF THE CLIFFORDS

He thought it was the end of the world…but it was just the beginning.

The teenage Clifford brothers, Jerry and Matt, spell trouble when they begin spending their summer holidays next door to fellow teen Sam Dempsey. Sam and Jerry become inseparable, Sam developing a romantic crush on his best friend, although they share a guilty secret that will eventually tear their friendship apart. Matt and Jerry’s sibling rivalry for Sam’s friendship leads inevitably to disaster. Can anything be salvaged when Sam meets the brothers ten years later? (18,060 words)

THE GROOM CLOSET

The bride goes before a fall.

Richard Flanagan is still reeling from the death of his long-term lover when he receives an invitation to his estranged daughter’s wedding. He doesn’t want to go as it reminds him too much of what he now misses in his relationships which consist of momentarily satisfying one-night stands. He wants the sort of connection that he has experienced only once since his lover died but the young man left behind only a false name and lingering memories. Rich hopes that, when he gets back to his old home town, maybe he can reignite a passion with one of his old college jock mates if they’re still amenable. But even in his wildest dreams he couldn’t anticipate the upheaval that lies ahead. (14,354 words)

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What better way to celebrate than with a sweet romance?

Six m/m romances by Barry Lowe.


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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE CUDDLY:

A Western Romance

There's just a little spaghetti in this western!

Sheriff Haskell has managed to impose a fragile peace in the small western town of Headstone by keeping the itinerant cowboys and the girls of Miss Kitty’s cathouse away from the god-fearing families who attend the small church for Sunday prayers. That fragility is threatened with the arrival of the fire-and-brimstone Reverend Payne who sees it as his duty to purge the town of any perceived sin, thus upsetting the fine balance that has been maintained for years. It doesn’t help any when a handsome young Italian immigrant by the name of Benedetto arrives in town to take up his position as cook in the hotel that houses the cathouse. The cowboys take to calling the pretty young man Bernadette and they don’t like his foreign cooking, especially his new-fangled spaghetti. Unfortunately for Haskell, Benedetto is just what the Rev. Payne needs as a focus for his campaign against the wicked and ungodly and Sheriff Haskell is soon caught in the midst of a battle for the hearts and minds of the town – especially his own heart which has been snared by the young Italian. (11, 825 words)

SUMMER AT RAINBOW COVE

Everyone wanted to give him the kiss of life.

Ty Cody is one of the hottest straight studs at Millers Bluff Uni and no one knows that more than his girlfriend, Tina. She also knows he has a wandering eye and when her father decides that she’ll spend the ten-week summer break with the family in Europe – no boyfriends allowed – she hatches a scheme that will stop him from playing around while she’s away. She persuades him to get a job as a lifeguard at a resort. He readily agrees in the hope he can raise enough money to join her before the end of vacation time. When Ty arrives at Rainbow Cove, he’s shocked to find it’s a gay resort. The money’s good but his virginity is at risk because all the hot gay guys have a bet going to see who can get him to come over to the other side. (18, 313 words)

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