Thursday, October 22, 2020

Harbor

 

Harbor
by Hollis Shiloh

After his breakup, Tim goes to a campground in a beach town to work on his latest screenplay. Writer's block seems to disappear magically, now that he's single again. It's a relief to be writing.

While there, he meets John Harbor, a handsome fellow writer on his own mission to get some work done. John is nothing like a cynical as Tim. Or as confident. But he's very appealing...

Rather than swap stories about writing, Tim and John decide to have a fling. Nothing serious, just a pleasant break from work when they can both spare the time.

John is skittish, busy, and wary of relationships. But Tim, who thought he was burned out on relationships altogether, is falling hard. He got over his ex easily enough—at least that he'll admit—but how is he ever going to get over John?


~25,000 words – low heat


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Friday, September 25, 2020

You and Me

 


You and Me

by Hollis Shiloh


Jack and Lucas work together and enjoy making each other laugh. It's weird to Jack to only find a best friend now, when he's technically a grownup. He isn't sure it's mutual. And he's pretty sure he has a crush on Lucas.

Now Lucas is in trouble and doesn't have anywhere to stay. Jack finally convinces him to move in, but Lucas insists it's just till he's on his feet.

As his stay becomes longer and their lives weave together, Jack has to decide if he's ever going to say anything about how he feels, or if he just needs to get over this. But his crush doesn't seem to be fading...


36,000 words

heat level: sweet
young adult / new adult


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Friday, August 7, 2020

I've Got You



I've Got You
by Hollis Shiloh



Newly divorced (and laid off), Charlie Wise is ready for change. He's finally ready to face the fact that he's gay. But he's also almost forty, and putting himself out there with guys is really scary. He's thinking of throwing himself into his new career instead.

That is, until he meets Daniel Braith. What's supposed to be an interview becomes something more. This fascinating man, who builds tiny cabins with his bare hands, lives in the forest, and can sing like an angel, also happens to be gay. And possibly the perfect person to introduce Charlie to what he's been missing out on all these years.

That is, as long as neither one of them ends up risking his heart...


~25,000 words

Low/medium heat



Brian's Mate - for sale wide

 Brian's Mate didn't do that well in KU.  Lesson learned!  Now it's for sale elsewhere:

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Not yet for sale on Google Play.  Google Play is giving me a bit of an issue with republishing books that were previously with Dreamspinner Press, unfortunately.  But we'll get there.

I don't know how fast I'll be about getting out the rest of the ex-DSP stories.  Brian's Mate still has the DSP audiobook for sale.  I don't think I get royalties from it still, but who knows?  Anyway it's my one and only audiobook (now and probably into the future), so I like having it out there for people who like that sort of thing.  

(For some reason it's hard for me to listen to fiction in audio format, but more power to those who enjoy.)


Saturday, July 4, 2020

Two Marriages (Marrying Men #5)


Two Marriages
by Hollis Shiloh
(Marrying Men #5)

This ebook contains two stories:

A Perfectly Respectable Husband
Tobias has to marry or lose his inheritance. He's made a deal with an old school chum that will cost him a great deal, but it's bound to be less than his uncle is currently stealing. Although the situation will be less than ideal, he can endure it. However, when sweet Perry steps back into his life, needing help and offering to be "a perfectly respectable husband" to help him in return, all bets are off... ~9800 words

A Gentle Man
Edwin is distressed by his second cousin's engagement to an absolute bounder. Fortunately, his old friend and secret crush Sampson is here to help... ~9300 words

In the "Marrying Men" series, pseudo-historical tales feature men marrying one another in various worlds and ways. Happy ending are to be expected.



Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Mill House (shifters & partners #25)


Mill House
by Hollis Shiloh
shifters & partners #25

Andy has had a rough life. As the lovechild of a wolf shifter and a big cat shifter, things were never destined to be easy. A mate mix-up and his time in prison didn't exactly help, either. But he's getting back on track now. He's in a program to help troubled shifters re-integrate into society.

Mill House becomes the first real home Andy's ever had. When he has to leave, it's not easy. If there's a way back, he wants to take it. Even if that means working with Isaac Knowles. Isaac is far too attractive for his peace of mind. Andy certainly knows better than to fall for another man ever again. When you're wrong once about a mate, there's no second chance...right?

Length: 42,000 words
Heat level: sweet



Monday, June 1, 2020

A Wizard's Shelter


A Wizard's Shelter
by Hollis Shiloh

Elliot's magic is broken—and so is he. The trip to the lighthouse isn't a vacation. It's a place where he can't do much harm, while he waits to find out what his punishment will be. Oh, it's not his fault his magic is broken—nobody knows what happened or why. But he's dangerous now, too dangerous, perhaps, to be allowed to live. In his state of shock, the sea and his sister are good company.

And so is Rue, the handsome young man he meets there. Rue is sweet and strong and kind, and isn't afraid of him. Being around Rue calms Elliot's magic in unexpected ways. He's not sure why he's so drawn to Rue, or what it might mean about his sexuality, but the friendship between them is a lifeline in a turbulent sea.

Rue has some mysteries, too—specifically, his heritage. He's a selkie, and selkies mate for life, if at all. Loving Elliot would be a huge risk for him, but he can't let Elliot go, either.

Whatever the truth of Elliot's magic, and the risk for Rue, the two of them are better together. If they'll be allowed to stay together.



Heat level: sweet
~32,000 words
2nd edition