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27.9.10

The end of an era! + Win kinky gay e-books!

Okay, so maybe it's not quite the end of an entire era, but in a few days time I will have officially finished my first series of e-books.

Gay-ish - the twelveth and final story in the G-A-Y Lust Bite series - will be released by Total-e-bound on the 4th October. (Leaving me with just five ongoing series to complete, lol.)

To celebrate, I'm going to be giving away some free copies of all the e-books in the series.

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this blog post and tell me which of the books you'd choose if your name is pulled out of the hat. Names will be drawn on 3rd October. If you want to be e-mailed if you've won, leave an e-mail address, otherwise check out my blog on October 4th.

Here are you choices:

Find a gay man in a gay bar. Matt's sure that should be a lot easier than it actually is.

Matt's having a run of bad luck - one that's lasted ever since he stepped out of the closet. An uncanny ability to home in on the only straight guy in a bar room full of gay men really isn't doing his sex life any favours. A knack for picking complete jerks whenever he does stumble upon a genuinely gay man isn't helping either.

But, this time everything is going to be different. This time Matt's absolutely sure his gaydar has guided him towards a completely sane, entirely gay man - which is why he's arranged to meet him in the gents' room in five minutes.

What could possibly go wrong?


Cody's more than happy to have sex, he may even be willing to offer his submission, but experience has taught him that's as far as he can go as a gay man. Tristan disagrees…

Tristan has being gay all worked out rather nicely. His biggest problem with his sexuality is his mother's persistent attempts to find a nice young man to marry him off to. And even that doesn't seem like such a terrible thing when he arrives to have dinner with his parents and finds Cody sitting at the table.

Homosexuality isn't working out quite so well for Cody. As far as he can see, Tristan's appearance in his life is unlikely to make things any better. Nice guys rarely stay nice for long and dominants have a way of turning into complete psychos if he lets his guard down.

Cody needs to walk away before Tristan tempts him into wanting the sort of happiness he knows he can't have. Tristan needs to stop him.


A gay man should know better than to get involved with a guy who is only gay until graduation, but Baxter's never been very good at saying no to Spencer...

Stunning, dominant and cheerfully bi-sexual, Spenser's been screwing his way through both the male and female student population since he arrived at the university. Baxter is entirely gay, completely submissive and, by his own estimation at least, thoroughly average. He knows that being more than friend's with Spencer would be more trouble than it's worth.

When a drunken Spencer decides that he's going to be gay until graduation Baxter doesn't pay much attention. But when his friend's attention suddenly focuses in on him, the guy he's had a crush on for months soon becomes far more dangerous to his peace of mind.

Baxter knows he should say no to a relationship that will break his heart when they graduate, but he's never been very good at saying no to his friend - especially not when Spencer is offering him everything he's ever wanted.


An experienced gay dominant, a gay for pay submissive and an auction. Let the bidding commence!

Nate Lockwood has a plan. It involves slipping away from his security officers, hitting a BDSM club, entering himself in a submissive auction and spending the next twenty four hours as a gay for pay rent boy. If he wishes he could be submitting to someone far closer to home, but then at least he's realistic enough to know it's never going to happen.

Smith has a job to do. As chief of security for the Lockwood family, it's his responsibility to track down his boss's brat of a son and bring him home. The fact that his search leads to the kind of leather bar he considers beneath contempt is not important. The fact he's been fantasising about being Nate's master since he first set eyes on him isn't relevant.

The plan has to work. The job has to be done. And the bidding starts now...


Grayson gave up on the idea of gay marriage when he became a gay divorcee. Can Jones remind him that not all gay men are like his cheating ex?

Gay marriage, civil commitment and equal rights. Jones doesn't care what it's called. He wants that security to be part of his future, and he wants it to be available to everyone else too. He's happy to tell his dominant friend Bernard, and anyone else who will listen, how wonderful it will be when every gay man can live happily ever after with the man he loves.

Gay divorce, cheating husbands and bad decisions. Grayson used to think that the right to marry another man would cure all gay ills too - until he married and divorced Claude. The adorably submissive Jones obviously needs someone to explain to him exactly why gay men should never get married before he makes all the same mistakes Grayson made.

Before the Christmas celebrations end, someone will have to accept that they are wrong and the other man is right. The only question is who?


Ford's hidden everything about his sexuality his whole life. Tyler says he can accept everything about him. But can he?

Tyler knows he's wasting his time fantasising about Ford. The guy he's had a crush on for months might make a wonderful dominant, but a straight dominant never did a gay submissive any good. It's time he stopped wasting his history lectures wondering what his life would be like if he belonged to James Ford.

Ford's had enough. A man can only stay in the closet for so long. It's time he came out and made his peace with who he really is. And if he can get a date with the cute guy from his history lecture, so much the better.


A naked submissive and a rainbow coloured flag, what gay dominant could resist?

Crenshaw hasn't had much time to hit the leather clubs since he got really involved in the gay pride movement, but when he finds a drunken submissive standing on his doorstep wearing nothing more than a rainbow coloured flag, it's obviously time for him to get back into the game.

Jayden might not be really into the whole gay pride thing, but he's very proud of his plan to get Crenshaw's attention. All he has to do now, is convince the older man to keep him around once he's sobered up.


Can a man who wants nothing more than to be part of a boring old married couple really find happiness with a man whose relationships have only ever lasted until he zips up his fly?

Craig knows what he's looking for in a lover. He wants someone just like him - a nice guy he can build a nice, simple, uneventful life with. He's hoping that's just the sort of man who will answer his internet ad.

Donovan's nothing like Craig. He's all about leather, fast cars and relationships that last hours rather than years. They may work at neighbouring desks, and Craig may have a crush on his colleague, but that doesn't mean he should forget about the kind of man he's sure will make him happy in the long run.

The only trouble with internet ads is you never know who will answer them...


Ellis thought a gay friendly hotel sounded nice. He didn't realise just how friendly the men there would be...

Ellis is gay and out - technically at least. Unfortunately the only other gay man he's acquainted with is his cousin Harry. When he suddenly gets the chance to visit a gay friendly hotel with his cousin, in exchange for paying his share of the petrol money, he assumes the impromptu holiday will be a nice gentle way to ease his way into gay society before he starts university in September.

Dominant Mitchell Thompson has fond memories of the hotel where he came out almost two decades ago. He returns there every year, and always finds it to be exactly the same unashamedly kinky hook-up party it has always been. When he stumbles across a sweet little novice who's obviously way out of his depth at the resort, his trip down memory lane suddenly becomes far more interesting.


What's a straight man to do when he can't stop fantasising about dominating his gay best friend? Should he resist temptation or simply give in and enjoy?

Carlton's not gay. He knows that, because he's checked. Internet gay porn does nothing for him. Checking out guys who he's pretty sure any genuinely gay man would find hot as hell doesn't even raise a flicker of interest inside him. He wouldn't mind being gay, but all the available evidence says he's as straight as they come. So why the hell can't he stop imagining himself tying up his gay best friend?

Carlton knows Bryce better than he's ever known any other man. He's all hard edges and even harder attitude, all sarcastic quips and uncertain temper. He might be gay, but he's not the kind of guy who'd let another man push him around. He's not the sort of man who'd humour someone who can't even decide which way he swings either. And he's sure as hell not the type to submit to anyone. Or is he?

Carlton's got lots of questions. It's time for him to find some answers...



A gayday signal—as Rip happily explains to his rather straight friend—is just like a mayday signal, except in this case, the distress flag going up is decidedly rainbow coloured.

When Rip needs a friend to rescue him from his date by pretending to be his disgruntled master, it's obvious that another sub isn't going to be up to the job. He needs a dominant, and a straight one will do in a pinch.

Slade isn't thrilled about being woken up in the middle of the night and asked to rescue his bratty little friend, but he can't bring himself to leave a sub to the mercy of an unknown dominant either. And, even if most of his previous lovers have been women, he can't quite resist the temptation to show Rip how he would act if he really were catching his sub flirting with another dominant.

Who knew a straight dominant could have so much fun playing white knight to a gay submissive?



A gay-ish submissive and a very gay dominant. Gay Pride rallies have never been so much fun.

When Langford sees Tayton lurking in the rain opposite a gay pride rally, he couldn’t be more thrilled that the cute guy from the sandwich shop is finally prepared to come out of the closet.

Tayton isn’t so sure he’s all that ready to come out. Technically, he’s not even sure he’s entirely gay—even if he has had a crush on Langford for months.

Can a man who’s not even sure he’s gay really find happiness with a man who’s never been in the closet?



And that's it. Just take your pick and leave a message.

But before I go I should mention that next summer I'll have a new series of Lust Bites starting with TEB - it will follow the same two characters over up to seven books and it will be an MM vamp tale.

Kim Dare
Kink, love and a happy ending. Do you Dare?

24 comments:

Delicious Romance From Cerise DeLand said...

Wow, KIM! After looking at all those? I must DARE!

boylove-addict said...

Tough choice! If I must choose, I would love to win a copy of Gay Friendly. ...and may I mention, I looooved Duck!

Michelle Herlihy said...

Oh, this is tough choice! I'm going to go with Gaydar.

Nikyta said...

Well, since I already have the whole series, might as well finish it up with the last one! So, Gayish, please!

I'm sad that this series is ending but since you mentioned there will be a new series coming out next year, it makes up for the lose. :D

mercedes791@live.com

p.s. I hope you are still feeling better.

Donna said...

I would love to have Gay for Pay. I have read several in this series and have loved every one!

Thanks,
Donna

Brenna Zinn said...

I must admit, I've never read a gay romance before, but you've intrigued me. If I win, please send me the story you think is the best. May as well start at the top.

Nancy L said...

Enter me! I'd choose Gay for Pay (or really any of them!!)

Adara said...

Really tough choice, but I think I'd like Gayday! Gayday!

mrsmarit said...

I would love to have Gay Like You even though they all sund fantastic.


It was a hard choice

chrysalis1975 said...

GOSH!!! What a great giveaway :)

If I were to win, I'd go for Gay Best Friend. I LOVE those type of stories!!

Take care :)

Tame

Lisabet Sarai said...

Congratulations, Kim,

I'm really impressed. You should package them all together into a print book (but maybe Claire has already thought of that!)

I think I'd opt for "Gay Divorcee". It's just such a great title!

Hugs,
Lisabet

Courtney said...

WOW! I guess I'd take Gaydar (better to start at the beginning...lol). I'm excited to read your work. My friend Jason over on GoodReads just RAVES about you!!

aunt_coriyahoocom

Jambrea said...

I love your G-A-Y stories. *sigh* I have them all so i would have to say I would LOVE Gayish.

Your new series sounds great!! Can't wait for the first one.

binojo2@yahoo.com

Jason said...

~smooches~

Tara Lynn said...

Congratulations! I've read from all you series except this one! I would choose to start at the beginning with Gaydar.

orelukjp0 said...

Not having read this series yet, any book would be fantastic. Since I have to pick one, I'd choose Gay Until Graduation since no one picked this book yet.
Thanks for the wonderful contest giving readers like me the opportunity to read a new series.

Devon Rhodes said...

Have them all, just wanted to offer my congrats on completing this fabulous series, and now... back to work on the rest of them! ;)

Devon Rhodes said...

Okay, I was wrong, all except Gay-ish! So I guess you can throw me in as well for that one. :)

Ayla Ruse said...

Oh, my. Choices, choices. They all sound delicious and it's impossible to narrow down to just one. I've come close, it's either Gaydar or Gay Best Friend.

Sylwia said...

I love reading about gays just-out-of-closet, so if the miracle happens I you draw my name, I'd like to have "Gay Since Today"

heidi330 said...

That's a tough choice, I think I would like, Gay for Pay. I can't wait to read some of your books. I have heard so much about your work. I too have read lots of reviews over at Goodreads on your books.
Thanks for the chance

Heidi
heidijohnjeff@verizon.net

Wendy said...

Hope I'm not too late! I'm new to the series, so really anything works. I do have Gay for Pay, so I'd love to start from the beginning and keep going!! Please enter me...

booklover0226 said...

Wow, it's hard to choose, all the books sound great. If I'm chosen, I would like Gay Friendly, please.

Thanks,
Tracey D
booklover0226 at gmail dot com

LindaC said...

I would love Gay-ish. I have read the others.n I am going to miss this series, although I will consol myself with your other series.