Renegades, Rebels, and Rogues Box Set

JMS Books LLC

Visit the Old West, Colonial Java, and the Alaskan Territory in this box set of three historical gay erotic romances with hot-blooded renegades, rebels, and rogues. Contains the stories:

All Shook Up: Colonial Java, 1883. Eduard van De Lier’s obsessive attraction to dark-skinned men is just one of his many secrets. His wife Marien knows of his indiscretions, but she stays silent ... until a former lover shows up with thoughts of blackmail. Reza was a crewman Eduard wooed on the ship that brought them to Java, and the last person Eduard expects to find in his drawing room.

Bounty of the Heart: For seven years, Emmett has harbored feelings for Jack, a notorious bounty hunter. Emmett aches for more than their platonic partnership. When a new bounty sends Emmett and Jack to Alaska, they run into Monty, a hunter Jack used to know who takes an interest in Emmett. Drawn to him despite Jack’s warnings, Emmett learns of the past they share and discovers why Jack has ignored him for so long.

Wanted: When cattle rustler Jesse McCray first meets Ethan Phillips, an idealistic tenderfoot passing through the town of Defiance on his way to the California coast, he falls hard. But the cattle baron runs Defiance and has a grudge against one of Jesse’s outlaw friends. A gunfight puts a price on the rustlers’ heads, branding them outlaws. Can Jesse protect Ethan from the lawmen gunning for him?
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About the author

J.M. Snyder is a multi-published author of gay erotic romance who started JMS Books in 2010. Her stories have been published in anthologies by Cleis Press and Alyson Books. For more information, visit jmsnyder.net.

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Publisher
JMS Books LLC
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Published on
Aug 11, 2016
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Pages
140
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ISBN
9781634862127
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / LGBT / Gay
Fiction / Romance / Historical / General
Fiction / Romance / LGBT / Gay
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Content Protection
This content is DRM free.
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Eligible for Family Library

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