Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Home For the Holidays by by SJ Himes, Felice Stevens, Jenna Kendrick, Heather C. Leigh, and Liv Rancourt




Home For the Holidays 


Proceeds from Home for the Holidays are being donated to the Ali Forney Center in New York City to help homeless LGBTQ youth. 



Blurb: Home can be a person as well as a place. Everyone deserves a home for the holidays, as the stories in this collection affirm.






The Eighth Night by Jenna Kendrick 
Going home for the holiday only to find his parents have made other plans, Kai Meyers is thrilled to reunite with an old friend. Disowned by his religious family, Ari Fisher is used to being treated like a boy toy rather than a boyfriend, and now he only has eight days to reveal his secrets to Kai. 


24-Hour Hold by Heather C. Leigh 
Detectives Damon Porter and Anderson Malloy are now partners at Denver’s Major Case Unit. The problem is, they used to be boyfriends, and now they’re feeling anything but friendly towards each other. 


Learning to Love by Felice Stevens 
Returning home for the holiday, caterer Gideon Marks tried hard to push away his high school crush. But Rabbi Jonah Fine wouldn’t let him run again, or keep the secret Gideon’s tried so desperately to hide. 


Saving Silas by SJ Himes
Paramedic Gael Dominic wasn’t expecting much from the holidays. Blood, death, and loneliness were constants. So when tragedy puts a wounded Silas in his path, Gael takes a chance on his alleyway angel and love. 



Christmas in LaLa Land by Liv Rancourt 
For a Danaan sidhe like Aron, touching a human has consequences, while Damian’s hiding some serious scars behind his smile. A holiday trip to LA forces them to choose between acting on their attraction or giving up on love because of the past.


**Final word count estimated at 110K**

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