Mardi Gras is here and Follow Me Into Darkness is back to seduce you. It’s on SALE for only 99 cents and there’s a GIVEAWAY.
Five of the top voices in queer romance teamed up last year to give you Follow Me Into Darkness: Five Tales of Carnivale Romance. If you didn’t grab this book then…now’s your chance. Treat yourself. From Mardi Gras and modern day New Orleans to the lush streets of Rio…it’s all great stuff!
What’s it about?
Decadence, revelry, and mischief. Sound good? Of course!! Read on…
Hurricane by Santino Hassell
Interesting things never happened to Zay. He was the wallflower everyone forgot about as soon as the booze began to flow, and Mardi Gras had never been an exception. But this year’s celebration brings adventure and whirlwind romance.
If We Be Friends by J.C. Lillis
Seventeen-year-old Ven should be flying high—he’s playing the title role in a new TV drama about Hamlet’s teen years, and tonight they’re having a Mardi Gras cast party in a possibly-haunted castle. But Ven’s lost all his mirth since his boyfriend suggested they “take a break,” so he plans to skip the bash and brood in his trailer all night.
Two episodes after I am crowned Hamlet, Teen Prince of Dennlandia, there’s a Mardi Gras rager at Elsinore which I absolutely, positively refuse to attend.
It’s not because I don’t like cast parties, though I don’t. And it’s not because I hate Mardi Gras, though it is objectively the second worst wear-shiny-things-and-get-shitfaced holiday next to New Year’s Eve.
It’s because I have a date. With the Ghost…
Masked by J.R. Gray
Blistering heat and half-naked masked men as far as the eye can see, but Heath runs into the one face it’s taken him fifteen years to forget. Javier is plagued with a life of regret, but when a second chance confronts him, can he let go of his hang-ups and seize the moment?
The Queen’s Reflection by Kris Ripper
Isah plays the role everyone expects: malleable and cautious, a true queen.
But what others see as a queen’s appropriate modesty is really just a disguise for what Isah has never told anyone, the thing no one can ever know.
This body, dressed in the queen’s gowns, is a lie.
Until two strangers look past all the characters and Isah finally exposes the person behind the mask.
Touched by Roan Parrish
Sometimes when he touches people Philippe Rondeau sees their future. It’s erratic and inconvenient, but mostly he’s learned to deal with it. Sure he hasn’t found true love yet, but he has friends and lovers, and is kept busy running his family’s jazz club in Prohibition-era New Orleans. But now it’s Mardi Gras and all bets are off.