Deals of the Day!

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

Tuesday 26th July

Book of the week!

An orphan and his street thief companion escape the workhouse and journey through England in search of family and hearthfire. This is the love story of Oliver Twist and The Artful Dodger.

After escaping Axminster Workhouse, Oliver and Jack travel by coach to visit Jack’s family, and then to Chertsey, to visit Oliver’s. But families can be cruel, and the lads’ quest for connection leads to disappointment.

Exploring taverns and river bends along the way, Oliver desires a home for both him and Jack. However Jack knows Oliver is the only home he’ll ever need.

When the pressures of propriety and rigid social rules threaten to divide them, and even the slightest act of affection between them could get them arrested, can their love endure?

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.

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


Steal!

Tristan:
I’m a trouble-maker.
Everyone at the club knows I don’t kneel on command.
So what?

I’ve never met a man who’s worthy of my full surrender. I’m bored of all the wannabes who think they can expect perfect obedience without proving themselves first.

But if I don’t play nice, I’m gonna get banned from the scene.

And that’s when I meet Seth, the one guy who might have a chance at bringing me to my knees.

Seth:
I’m not interested in a relationship. I like it hard, fast, uncomplicated.

But then a Hollywood producer and his plaything bet me I can’t tame a notorious trouble-maker by Valentine’s Day.

I can’t refuse—not when it comes with the promise of big money when I win. I’ll be able to pay off my family’s debts.

Tristan Taylor is an enticing gamble. Whip-smart, big blue eyes, cheeky as they come. I like a challenge. I’ll bring out Tristan’s primal needs.

I’ll make him beg. I’ll make him obey. I’ll make him kneel…

But it’ll take more than one night to train Tristan, and each session leaves me wanting something more.

Something I wasn’t prepared to gamble on.

Taming Tristan was meant to be a bet. I never thought I’d wager my heart.

Taming Tristan is a standalone romance novel with humor, more than a dash of angst, and Rock-Meets-Hard-Place kinky fun. HFN/HEA guaranteed, and no cliffhangers.

Free! Get the steal


New release!

Being alone has its advantages but not when you’re longing for someone to share your life.

Alpha shifter Finlay gave up a successful career in finance. He left the bright lights of the city behind and headed for the mountains where he built a home overlooking a river, which is a must-have for an otter shifter. Finlay spends his days making jewelry, which is a far cry from his former hectic lifestyle. He has no regrets except one: he has no mate.

Julian loves hiking, and he’s taken a two-week vacation to walk a trail by himself. The first week is better than expected with clear blue skies, stunning views, and fresh air. But with a cold front comes rain and a drop in temperature, forcing the omega to stay in his tent, and gives him ample time to question his life choices.

Finlay is used to solitude and rarely has visitors. When two strangers arrive at his door, he’s wary but welcomes them into his home, while Julian wakes up one rainy morning to find two men inviting him for breakfast in a tent they pitched next to his. Both the alpha and omega find messages after the pair depart, which give them perplexing instructions.

An alpha and an omega who both enjoy their own company find themselves living under the same roof. Can they find their way to be more than roommates?

Make Mine an Otter is the fifth book in the M/M mpreg shifter, sweet-with-knotty-heat series. It features an alpha otter who’s given up a life for a very different one, an omega whose passion is challenging himself, a pair of matchmakers who appear at odd moments, a cute baby, and a happy forever.

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


Free with Kindle Unlimited!

Rule #1: Don’t fall in love with your family’s sworn enemy

Taylor Hollis brought home gold at the Olympics, then quit competitive skating at the height of his career.

Four years later, he lives a quiet life teaching figure skating classes and looking for the perfect guy to settle down and build a family with.

When the Evanston River Otters hire Taylor to take part in a feel-good media piece, he’ll have to defy his father and work with the son of the man he detests.

And his one weakness is a hot older guy who’s good with kids.

Rule #2: Choose your loyalties wisely

Last season, Jamie Walsh left the Chicago Windstorm after a nasty divorce and falling out with his linemate.

Now he’s getting settled as a new forward for the Otters.

His biggest priority is his five-year-old daughter, Ava, but he can’t ignore how attractive he finds her skating teacher.

The only man he’s ever been interested in.

The more time they spend together, the harder it is for Jamie to ignore his feelings.

Too bad Taylor’s father has always blamed Jamie’s dad for ruining his hockey career.

Jamie and Taylor are perfect for one another but they’ll have to ignore both of their families’ unwritten rules if they let themselves fall in love with the enemy.

Only $4.99 / £4.20 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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