New Books and Current Deals in M/M Romance (October Edition)

I’m starting a new blog series this month, featuring new releases and current deals in M/M Romance. I hope you find it useful.

These are books that recently caught my eye, or specials I spotted on social media. Any sales or freebies were valid at the time this was posted, but I can’t guarantee they will be available at the listed price for long so be sure to check them out soon.

Hope you find something great to read!


Living On Air by Susan Mac Nicol
Price: 99¢
Links: Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Smashwords


Maloney’s Law by Anne Brooke
Price: Free
Links: Amazon


Running to You by Andrew Grey
Price: Free
Links: Amazon | B&N | iBooks


Before You Break (Secrets Book 1) by K.C. Wells and Parker Williams
Price: 99¢
Links: Amazon | B&N | iBooks

Such a great cover!


Cover Me Boxed Set: The Complete Trilogy by L.A. Witt
Price: Free
Links: Amazon


Running Blind (A Havoc Novel) by SE Jakes
New Release
Price: $4.99
Links: Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Smashwords


Heart Untouched by Andrew Grey
Price: $5.49
New Release
Links: Amazon | B&N | iBooks


Too Hot! by Avery Giles
Price: $3.99
New Release
Links: Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Smashwords


Out of Bounds by Nicki Bennett and Ariel Tachna
Price: $6.99
New Release
Links: Amazon | B&N | iBooks

This new release sounds like a fun sweet, slow-burn story.

 


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New Flash Fiction: I Want to Kiss You and Giveaway

** NEW FLASH FICTION **

I’m a guest this week at On Top Down Under Book Reviews where I’m sharing a new piece of flash fiction (or as I like to call it a three-word scenario) using the random three words: despair, prescription, and soap. Stop by my guest post to see how I made those words into a short M/M scenario. I’d love to hear what you think of it.

** READER GIVEAWAY **

I’m also giving away winner’s choice of two copies of my books, either e-book or paperback. Comment by Midnight October 15th, US EST at the link above to enter the giveaway. (The paperbacks can be shipped internationally).

Congratulations to On Top Down Under on their 6th anniversary!

Reader Prize Box Giveaway and a Special 50% Off Sale

My latest newsletter is out. If you’re not subscribed, you can check it out here. It includes a sale for HOW TO HEAL A LIFE and a look at the final French cover for BREATHE.

If you’re a newsletter subscriber you can also click the giveaway link in the newsletter that you received in your inbox and enter to win the special prize box pictured above. If you’re not a subscriber, be sure to sign up for my free newsletter so you can take part in future reader giveaways.

Good luck to everyone who’s entered!

Enter to Win a $15 E-Gift Card or Two Free E-books from Author Sloan Parker

For today’s giveaway, I’m offering one random winner their choice of the following prizes:

  1) $15 eGift Card to Amazon.com.

  2) $15 eGift Card to Barnes & Noble.

  3) Two e-books from my backlist.

The winner will be contacted privately to select which gift they’d like to receive.

HOW TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY:

RULES AND TERMS:

  • The giveaway runs until the end of the day tomorrow. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on March 28, 2018One random winner will be selected and then contacted directly about their prize. Chance of winning depends on the total number of entries. No purchase necessary. Please note: currently we are purchasing Amazon gift cards that are for use only on Amazon.com.

Thanks for entering and good luck! Be sure to check back next month for another reader giveaway

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Another Conversation with Matthew from the MORE series


The following conversation takes place early on during MORE Book 3 (More Than Ever).

Matthew opened the front door, and his face lit up with a huge smile. “Hi, Sloan.” As it always was with him, he seemed so excited to see me.

The feeling was completely mutual.

I offered him a return smile. “I’m glad you had time for a visit today.”

“Me too. Come on in. I was just starting dinner.” He motioned me inside and then led me through the house and into the kitchen.

“Can I help?”

“Sure. I’m making fajitas. With homemade tortillas. You wanna chop the vegetables?”

“You got it.” I got started on the onions and peppers while he set to mixing the ingredients for the tortillas. After a few minutes of silence, I asked, “Where are the guys?”

“Still at work.” He opened his mouth to say more, and I knew he was going to talk about Luke and Richard and how they were doing and what they were up to. I didn’t want to hear about them right then.

Before he could say anything, I asked, “How have you been doing lately?”

He lowered his head and shrugged. “I’m okay, I guess.”

“You still waiting to hear about that job?”

“Yeah.” There was a long pause. He took a deep breath. “I really want this one.”

“I know you do.”

He nodded. Keeping his gaze on the dough he was now kneading on the surface of a wood cutting board, his next words poured out in a rush. “I’m not gonna ask you how it turns out because I know I have to wait, but if there’s anything you can do…” He trailed off.

I set the knife down beside the strips of peppers and onions and gave him my full attention. “I’m going to do my best for you, Matthew. I promise you that.”

He smiled at me again, his eyes beaming with genuine affection. “I know you will.”

I probably shouldn’t have said anything more, but I couldn’t keep the words inside. “Thank you for trusting me with your life. It means a great deal to me.”

He laughed. “I should be the one thanking you. I wouldn’t be me without you. I’d be somebody else.”

I laughed too. “I guess that’s true.”

Then he studied me with an intensity that reminded me of Richard. “You’re going to make me tell them about the other stuff that’s been on my mind lately, aren’t you?”

“Don’t you think you should?”

“It’s not a big deal. None of it is.”

“That’s not true, and you know it.”

He finished with the dough and then went to the sink to wash the sticky residue from his hands. After drying his hands with a towel, he turned to face me. His voice wavered on his next words. “Yeah, I know.”

“It’s going to be okay. They love you, and they’re going to help you through this.” I took a step toward him and grasped one of his hands in mine. “But most importantly, you’re going to help yourself.”

He wiped a tear from his cheek and nodded. He met my stare and squeezed my hand. “Yeah. I am.”

Haven’t read the MORE books yet? Read the opening chapters for free here: MORE book 1 and book 2.