Tag Archives: Male/male romance

Five Things that Azariah Hayes Can’t Live Without

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By Elizabeth Varlet, author of DARK & DAZZLING Without giving too much away, there is a scene in Dark & Dazzling where Azariah must make some tough choices. When writing that scene I needed to think about who Azariah was and what he needed. Why would he hold on to some things and let other’s go? […]

A Makeup Routine that Colors Outside the Lines!

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By A.R. Barley, author of OUTSIDE THE LINES In Outside the Lines, drag queen Chi-Chi sashays into Mitch Dalton’s life and steals his heart. Is it his muffin recipe? His razor sharp wit? Or, his on-point makeup routine? Chi-Chi and I both agree on one thing: when it comes to your face, moisturizer is your […]

Music to Find the Angst

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By Sidney Bell, author of BAD JUDGMENT I’ll be honest—I’m the type to play it safe in life, which might be why I like so much risk and angst in my love stories. My new novel, BAD JUDGMENT, is the story of warm-hearted bodyguard Brogan Smith, who falls for his dangerous client’s assistant (and boyfriend!), […]

Philadelphia According To Anthony Romano

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By A.M. Arthur, author of SAY IT RIGHT   To celebrate the release of my newest All Saints novel, SAY IT RIGHT, I’m turning this blog post over to one of the book’s heroes, Anthony Romano. Anthony’s family moved to Philadelphia, PA, when he was sixteen and Philly was his home for almost eight years, […]

Best Places for a Meet-Cute

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By Annabeth Albert, author of CONNECTION ERROR In my new Carina Press release, CONNECTION ERROR, computer game programmer Josiah and navy SEAL Ryan meet on a plane. This is often described as the “meet-cute” of a story—the moment when the main characters stumble into each other’s lives, often in adorable, humorous, or awkward ways. In […]

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