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Publisher pitch: Pride Publishing, Apr 2021

8 April 2021

The weeks are flying by—already we’re talking about releases in April and May, and we’re so excited to introduce you to our latest romance heroes! We have shifters, fake marriages, cops, and a dystopian war zone. Whether you want to run with the wolves in Harrington Hills or visit the opera with Sebastian and Jasper, there’s a book date for everyone at Pride Publishing.

Don’t forget, plenty of our favourite series are now available in box sets—with a new one released most weeks!

You can find more of our titles at www.pride-publishing.com. 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 …

13 April

Artifacts by Bailey Bradford (Intrinsic Values #1). Shy Aldric has always doubted his own worth, but when he gets a job at an antiques store, he starts to think he has his life back on track. But a consignment from a recently deceased billionaire brings nothing but trouble. Cop Darrell has always been able to handle himself, but meeting Aldric, and facing the danger together, causes him to act in ways he’d never expected.

Holding onto Light by Lucien Grey. In an alternate dystopian reality, former army doctor Harry is living in isolation after a devastating war. His isolation is shattered by the arrival of Kit, on the run from his former master and desperate to keep his identity secret. Though circumstances forced them together, they find a fledgling love together.

20 April

The Captain and the Father of the Bride by Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead (Captivating Captains #8). Leo is set to inherit a fortune—the only condition is he must marry. But Leo is single, gay, and nowhere near ready for marriage. His best friend Liv offers to be his bride to fulfil the conditions, but when Leo realises the father of the bride is the man he can’t stop thinking about after a one-night stand, all bets are off.

27 April

Unlikely Harmony by Lily Michaels (Improbable Bonds #3). Sebastian is famous, known internationally for putting a modern face on opera, until a vocal cord injury forces him to stop singing. While he rehabilitates, he works on composing music and hires Jasper to accompany him. The pair begin a tentative relationship, but will it survive once Sebastian has recovered his voice?

4 May

Finding Home by Megan Linden (Harrington Hills #6). In this shifter story, former firefighter Leo is heading home to Harrington Hills no longer feeling like much of anything. Charlie has everything he needs—his brother, his pack, a home. The two clash on their first meeting, but a rocky start doesn’t deter either from looking deeper.

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