Friday, March 27, 2015

New! Every Battle Lord's Nightmare, a Sensuous Futuristic/Post-Apocalyptic Romance Novel by Linda Mooney


Book 6 of The Battle Lord Saga
Sensuous Sci-Fi/Futuristic/Post-Apocalyptic Romance
Music And Press
ISBN 978-1-941321-42-3
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Determined in his quest to bring peace between Normal and Mutah compounds, Yulen D'Jacques accepts an invitation for him and Atty to attend a summit conference in the distant westerly province of Corado. 

If the long trip isn't dangerous enough, they face an onslaught of illness and disease, as well as creatures they've never before encountered. Worse, once they arrive at Rocky Gorge compound, they discover a plot that will shatter their lives and their love.

What follows is a harrowing experience of deceit and revenge served cold. And it soon becomes clear to Yulen and Atty that they will not survive this treachery. 

Warning! Contains extreme cold, vampire bats, tainted meat, rigged games of chance, a beloved found, and a never-ending nightmare that will haunt the Battle Lord of Alta Novis for the rest of his life.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Now Available as an Audio Book! The Past's Promise, Erotic M/M Time Travel Romance

Now Available as an Audio Book!


Erotic M/M Time Travel Romance
by Linda Mooney
Writing as Carolyn Gregg
Narrated by Guy Veryzer

She found the ultimate love of her life in another time...and as a man.

Jessie Wharton is a teacher in the twenty-first century. Or at least she was.

Taking her history class to visit the ruins of a historic fort in west Texas, the scorching heat turned her world upside down.

Suddenly, nothing was the way it was supposed to be. She was no longer Jessie Wharton. She was Jesse Webster. She wasn't a teacher. She was a private in the US Army stationed at Fort Callaghan, a completely functional outpost. And it was 1867.

Worse, she wasn't a she any longer. She was a man. A man who was finding himself falling in love with a fellow soldier named Martin Parrish.

Together, they discovered love in the scorching Texas heat, in a time when the merest breath of homosexuality was enough to have the accused whipped to death...if the native Indians didn't scalp them first.