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Publisher pitch: Pride Publishing, Jul 2019

8 July 2019

July is packed full of new releases from Pride Publishing! We’re jumping into a new series with CF White, Pink Rock, and revisiting some favourites with Morticia Knight, JP Bowie, LM Somerton and more!

You can find more of our titles at www.pride-publishing.com, where we’re also releasing box sets of some of our favourite series, so you can binge the whole series in one sitting! (Series of six or more books are split into multiple box sets.) Take a peek at our upcoming releases on the Coming Soon page and sign up to our newsletter—we’d love to see you there!

Here’s what we have releasing over the next few weeks:

9 July

Enough by Matthew J Metzger. Firefighter Jesse can’t believe his luck when he lands Ezra, and he’s determined to make the most of it. After all, he can’t ever be enough … can he?

16 July

Love and Tea Bags by CF White (Pink Rock #1). Tea has never tasted so good! A British sea-side romance with stuck-in-a-rut Mark and Bradley, the Australian taking over the village Tea Shoppe.

23 July

Windows in the Mist by Trina Lane (Heart of Texas #2). Kidnap and torture survivor Javier works to rebuild his life with the help of his physical therapist Malaki.

Into the West by JP Bowie (The Journeyer #4). We continue Jamie and Tanaka’s journey and, in this instalment, see them join forces with an English captain and a Choctaw chief.

30 July

Held Hostage by Morticia Knight (Sin City Uniforms #4). We revisit the men of Sin City in this expanded version of an earlier published book. Cole, lead sniper on the SWAT team, doesn’t do relationships, and Brett’s heard that before. But can a life-or-death situation change that?

Helter Skelter by LM Somerton (Fairground Attractions #3). We’re heading back to the fairground and contract killer Harlequin is still on the loose. Now they’re no longer professor and student, can Daniel keep Zach out of danger?

6 August

Searching for Home by Megan Linden (Harrington Hills #5). Patrick and Ollie are used to being different. One an alpha’s son, cast out for being gay, the other the lone human in a shifter pack, will they find their home in each other?

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