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We aim to bring you the best GLBTQ+ romance book deals, the hottest new releases, awesome KU reads, and the latest audio books. Happy reading!

Wednesday 11th May

Book of the week!

What happens when a prickly travel journalist falls for his fake boyfriend?

Oscar Moore has two problems. One: He’s accidentally managed to convince his boss, the legendary editor of The Traveller, that he has a boyfriend. And two: he now has to persuade photographer and casual acquaintance, Ilias Verrati, to play along for a week-long couple’s retreat in Hawaii.

Ilias is full of sass and sunshine, but his constant flirting grates on Oscar. Unfortunately, unless Oscar wants to confess and risk his job, he has to keep up the ruse. He can manage a week, and if he can pull this off then editorial glory awaits.

Oscar and Ilias both have their own reasons for avoiding relationships—even if they desperately want one—and their work makes finding love even more difficult, but maybe a fake relationship is just what they need to give them a nudge in the right direction.

Under the Hawaiian sun, Oscar discovers there’s more to Ilias than meets the eye. But before Ilias will risk his heart, Oscar will have to find a way to open it.

Oh So Oscar is a 78,000-word contemporary MM romance featuring fake dating, luxurious hotel rooms, star gazing, and delicious food. It also contains discussions of grief, including the past loss of a parent, and the past loss of a partner.

Only $4.99 / £3.99 or read with KU! Check out our Book of the week


New release!

Sebastian Howard is the best damn cornerback in the NFL.

Or at least he was.

Age and injuries have taken a toll, and while most people have written him off, Sebastian isn’t ready to acknowledge that at only thirty-two, he’s already in the twilight of his career.

He signs with the Miami Piranhas intending to prove everyone wrong.

Only to realize that the head coach’s son, out-and-proud Beau Dawson, doesn’t believe he can.

Beau is infuriating but brilliant, and when he offers to help him on the field, Sebastian wants to say yes, but there’s one thing stopping him: the unexpected, inconvenient, and all-consuming crush he doesn’t want to have on Beau.

But Beau isn’t interested in playing it safe, with football or with anything else, and soon they’re embroiled in a hot—and secret—affair that would finish Sebastian’s career if Coach Dawson found out.

As Sebastian falls harder for Beau, he begins to realize that actually the worst thing in the world isn’t getting benched, but losing the man he loves.

Only $4.99 / £3.99 or read with KU! Check out all our featured new releases


Free with Kindle Unlimited!

In 1846 London, respectable young men do not fall for street thieves. This is the love story of Oliver Twist and the Artful Dodger.

Oliver Twist has one desire: to own a bookshop and live a simple, middle-class life, far away from his workhouse-shadowed past. One thing stands in his way: Jack Dawkins–The Artful Dodger–who’s just returned to London and is looking for Fagin’s old gang.

Jack’s visits cause Oliver nothing but trouble, but he finds himself drawn, time and again, to their shared past, Jack’s unguarded honesty, and those bright, green eyes.

Oliver craves respectability, which he won’t find with a forbidden love. Can Jack convince Oliver that having one doesn’t mean losing the other?

A gay, m/m Victorian-era romance with grumpy/sunshine, hurt/comfort, opposites attract, emotional scars, and pure, sweet love. A little sweet, a little steamy, with a guaranteed HEA.

Previously published as Fagin’s Boy: The Further Particulars of a Parish Boy’s Progress; Copyright © 2013 by Christina E. Pilz

Only $4.99 / £4.99 or read with KU! Check out all our featured KU books


Free with Kindle Unlimited!

Once upon a forgotten dream …

“His name is Al. He will call you Denny. That’s all you need to know.”

Velden’s been waiting for his true bond for over six centuries. Finally, after the “helpful” intervention of his goddess, he has suppressed his true dream and accepted his supporting role in the prophecy. When the worst blood mage in the land crashes a wedding before the final vows, Velden faces a tough choice: follow his assassin’s mark or some elf he vaguely recognizes.

Even though Alvarick’s skin burns in the healing sun and he’s been tested twice with no sign of power, it’s clear he won’t make it through a third harvest festival. He must be married and gone by the harvest moon or a blood mage will claim him as a plaything, prophecy or not.

An acerbic mercenary and a naïve son of a goddess must join in a fight against fate. Even if they escape, it’s only a matter of time before the mages uncover Alvarick’s lineage and his role in the prophecy: his blood will either save the realm or destroy it. Can they heal the curse on Alvarick’s skin without losing him to the mages, or will Velden make the ultimate sacrifice and hope for better results in the next life?

Circles of Light is 75,000 words of M/M Romantic Fantasy goodness with a happy-for-now ending. This can be read as the first book of the Farbonnur Elves series. (Check out the prequel, Stone of Power, for more delicious backstory, and read Hives of Sorrow next!) CoL has experienced grump/virgin sunshine fated mates, a misunderstood prophecy, interference from a goddess, a failed blood mage, an elven sidekick still looking for a tree of legend, a cuddly giant enby with wings, and blood mages controlling armies of Empty (zombies).

Only $4.99 / £3.75 or read with KU! Check out all our featured KU books


All prices are valid at the time of posting on the Deals of the day page in the UK, and most of the time in the US. Deals may not be valid later or in all Amazon stores. Always check to make sure the discounted price is still valid before purchase. As an Amazon Associate Rainbow Romance Reads earns from qualifying purchases.



 

 

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