HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Three authors of gay contemporary romance come together to bring us tales of love, loss and forgiveness, filled with humor, remorse and some very sexy one-on-one time. The couples in this holiday anthology are portrayed honestly, showing the heartache relationships can bring when we try to conform to a perceived norm. Readers take note: Twenty percent of all proceeds from this title go to benefit the Ali Forney Center.
Three couples’ search for love brings about some valuable lessons in a world that doesn’t always play fair. A former boy band member learns that honesty is the best policy when his airport quickie turns out to be his best friend’s soon-to-be father-in-law. An ex-con finds out prison and homelessness aren’t the worst that can happen to him when he fails the man with whom he has fallen in love. An old love gets a second chance when a security cop for an RV park stops trying to bring his wayward gypsy lover home and learns that sometimes you have to let go in order to get what you want. (RIPTIDE, Dec., 342 pp., $17.99)