So, I’m a little bummed that only two people voted despite the views I got but, that might just be that they weren’t viewing on a PC/MAC. For those who did vote THANK YOU. It is most appreciated. Below are the winners of the poll.’ Winners’ because, they tied in the voting, so I’m going to read them both. I am starting with ‘Slaves of Greenworld’ by David Holly.
SLAVES OF GREENWORLD BY DAVID HOLLY
- RELEASE DATE: 16th March 2016
- PUBLISHER: Bold Strokes Books, Inc.
- GENRE: LGBT/Gay & Lesbian/Erotica
- FORMAT: Paperback/Kindle Edition
- LENGTH: 374 pages
- ISBN 13: 978-1-62639-624-1
- OTHER NOTABLE WORKS:
- The Moon’s Deep Circle
- The Rapture of Time
- The Heart’s Eternal Desire
Dove, a young man without memory, emerges naked and nearly drowned from a creek. Lacking any past or cultural identity, Dove employs his instinct to succeed and survive in any situation. Amid a developing slave revolt, Dove secures comfort and gay sexual intimacy with his slave, Raret. As he advances in an outlandish culture, Dove demonstrates an innate ability to overcome problems as he bounds up the rigid social hierarchy of Greenworld, an ability enhanced by his mysterious luck. Webs of treachery tighten around Dove as he and Raret seek a peaceful end to institutionalized slavery and seek to curtail the influence of the overlords who whimsically determine the fates of their fellow mortals. In between finding passionate fulfillment with Raret, Dove acquires titles and properties, forms alliances, and battles the rebelling slaves in order to free them, all the while striving toward the final revelation of his own origins.
NORTH OF HERE BY LAUREL SAVILLE
- RELEASE DATE: March 1st 2016
- PUBLISHER: Lake Union Publishing
- GENRE: Fiction/Literary Fiction/Saga/Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
- FORMAT: Paperback/Hardcover/Kindle Edition/Audible Download
- LENGTH: 271 pages
- ISBN: 1503951243
- OTHER NOTABLE WORKS:
- Henry and Rachel
- Unravelling Anne
- How Much Living Can You Buy? (A Short Story)
The sounds of unexpected tragedies—a roll of thunder, the crash of metal on metal—leave Miranda in shock amid the ruins of her broken family.
As she searches for new meaning in her life, Miranda finds quiet refuge with her family’s handyman, Dix, in his cabin in the dark forests of the Adirondack Mountains. Dix is kind, dependable, and good with an ax—the right man to help the sheltered Miranda heal—but ultimately, her sadness creates a void even he can’t fill.
When a man from her distant past turns up, the handsome idealist now known as Darius, he offers Miranda a chance to do meaningful work at The Source, a secluded property filled with his nature worshipers. Miranda feels this charismatic guru is the key to remaking her life, but her grief and desire for love also create an opportunity for his deception. And in her desperate quest to find herself after losing almost everything, Miranda and Dix could pay a higher price than they ever imagined.