October 15, 2018 – New Queer Book Releases from NineStar Press
I am back to let you know about three new LGBTQ+ books released on October 15, 2018, by NineStar Press. The new titles include All the Dogs are Dancing, Legacy Strain, and Faith.
NineStar Press has three new books for you to add to your LGBTQ+ reading list if you are looking for stories belonging to the paranormal, romance, and sci-fi genres.
All the Dogs are Dancing by J.M. Goguen
This book is a paranormal romance with an M/M pairing consisting of character orientations falling under gay and bisexual. The sexual identities are cisgender and genderqueer.
Here’s the official description:
Burner’s world revolved around three things: protecting the wolf pack of Maine, keeping an eye on his best friend Aaron, and helping prepare enough summer food to take on the long road to Quebec for the winter months. But in the ruins of an old shopping mall on a hot summer night, his world crashes.
Now Burner has to face monsters he thought were just stories told to scare pups, and he must traverse a world he’s only seen in old magazines. Meanwhile, his best friend Aaron is dealing with monsters of his own and Burner will do whatever it takes to keep them both safe, even if it means finally admitting how he really feels.
Legacy Strain by Taylor Brooke
This is the latest installment in the Isolation series and falls under the sci-fi/fantasy genres. The character orientation is bisexual with cisgender identity.
Check out the official description:
War is on the horizon.
After fleeing the white-walled labyrinth where Brooklyn and her friends were caged, trained, tortured, and studied, the group of renegade Omens prepare for the fight of their lives. But an unexpected arrival from Kirin—the dangerous, secret project Juneau has kept locked away in Isolation’s main facility—complicates things.
Despite the rumors surrounding Kirin’s loyalties and capabilities, Brooklyn decides to make an alliance. Together they form a plan to rescue their friends and take down Isolation once and for all.
Julian Matsumoto is strung between two sides of his heart.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and freedom always has a cost. Julian doesn’t know if he has what it takes to pay the price, especially if that price is Kirin’s life. But the Legacy Strain is being weaponized and they don’t have time to waste.
This is their only chance to escape Juneau Malloy for good, and Brooklyn Harper has been fighting for too long to back down now. Armed with deadly skills and a hunger for vengeance, the Omen Operatives set out on a risky mission to eradicate Isolation, contain the volatile Legacy Strain, and earn the freedom they’ve been chasing since Camp Eleven.
Faith by Archie Hellshire
The third title is a contemporary romance work with an M/M paring and the character orientations being bisexual and gay. The gender identity is cisgender.
Here’s the official description:
Tuck is switching dorms. He’s had enough of his roommate’s odd hours, strange behavior, and teasing from his football teammates, who think there’s something more between them. He’s just put the last pad into his duffel bag when the campus goes on lockdown and the police swarm in.
They say that Tuck’s roommate, Sam, is a wanted man, but Tuck knows better. Sam is no criminal; he won’t even let Tuck kill spiders. Tuck takes a risk and helps Sam escape from the clutches of the authorities, and together they try to make it off the campus. As they try to evade the search parties, it becomes clear that they’re after something more than Sam; a secret project Sam’s been working on that has billion-dollar implications.
Tuck’s not sure what’s going on. He’s not sure what the truth is or who to trust. He’s not sure they’re going to make it out of this. And as the night wears on, he’s not sure how he really feels about Sam anymore. Sam is always sure about Tuck, though, and Tuck isn’t going to let him down.
It too is currently available for purchase.
Feel free to let me know if you picked up All the Dogs are Dancing, Faith, or Legacy Strain and what you thought of them.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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