Soap actress Melanie Potter wants a gay best friend, and Jack fits the bill nicely. They share an apartment, their time, and mutual friends Katie and Roo-another soap actress and her obligatory gay friend. Drinks and gossip fill their free hours, and anyone who sees them thinks they're a carefree and happy bunch. But someone is telling Melanie's secrets to the tabloids, and Jack can't figure out why nobody in town will cast him in an acting role. When the truth comes out about who is behind the sabotage, everyone's dreams could shatter.
Enjoy a selection of the greatest hits of gay romance published by Dreamspinner Press combined into one exclusive volume: by Anna Martin: Five Times My Best Friend Kissed Me, a story of a boy who he wanted to marry his best friend at age six, and the journey that finally gets them there; by Sean Michael: The New Boy, a romance between a shy photographer new to the scene and an experienced model and Dom; by Grace R. Duncan: Beautiful boy, about a Dom with a hurtful past and the sub who shows him love again; by Kim Fielding: Rattlesnake, where a drifter on a quest finds hope and a home; and by Michael Murphy: The President's Husband, in which the first openly gay president and first husband of the United States must deal with the pressures of their demanding new jobs.
A Why I Love... NovelAs a member of a covert military unit, John Davidson isn't scared of much. Yet one look into Heath Kane's dark blue eyes and he knows a different kind of fear for the first time. John can't be gay, at least not out and proud in his unit, even with Don't Ask, Don't Tell repealed. He's never been interested enough in any man to risk the fallout.Heath's hometown wasn't the best place for a gay kid to grow up, but his grandmother did her darnedest to make it good for him. Now he's paying her back for all her love. She's getting older and needs help, so he returns home to wait tables at the Corner Caf while taking online courses to get his degree. Even though the Army base provides him with a lot of buff eye candy, he knows it's best to keep his head down.Neither Heath nor John can deny their attraction, and John's finally willing to act on their mutual interest. But holding on to each other will mean big changes in both their lives.
Nominated for the 2004 ALA Stonewall Book Award and Lambda Literary Award for Young Adult Fiction, the first book in the Foresthill High series introduces two best friends who experience growing pains as they face their first year of high school together. Typical teenagers and both gay. Crushes, bullies, secret admirers plus family tension equals classic teen drama with a twist.