Silvia Violet

MM Historical Fiction Holiday Sale!

Dec 10, 2017 Filed under: historical, holiday, m/m, Sale

Get swept away to times past.

Thirteen authors share the history and setting of their books or book excerpts.

Follow the links below to the authors’ posts to

read all the authors’ posts and then go pick up a great read

for half-price or less from December 12 – 24!


Revolutionary TemptationMy story, Revolutionary Temptation is set in 1777 during the American Revolution. A sequel, Of Hope and Anguish, is coming in February 2018.

Blurb:

The American colonists are fighting for their independence, but the battlefield is not the only place to wage war. When General Washington’s head of intelligence asks Captain Jack West to spy on the British in New York, Jack agrees, despite reservations about this ungentlemanly pursuit.

Jack’s contact in the city recruits bookshop owner Elias Ashfield, an impeccably dressed sensualist who flaunts his desire for both men and women and seeks a place in high society. Jack longs for a simple life guided by clear principles. Eli is a risk-taker who knows how to get what he wants. And he wants Jack in his bed.

Events in Jack’s past have made him fearful of acting on his secret craving for a man’s touch, but Eli intrigues Jack as much as he infuriates him. As Jack and Eli search for the information the rebel army needs, they realize there’s more between them than mere lust. But finding a way to be together may prove more difficult than defeating the British Empire.

Excerpt:

Jack cleared his throat. “If Major Bradford is at leisure to accompany you ladies, I will take leave of you and follow Mr. Ashfield. If I’m to have reading material, I may as well pick it out myself rather than impose on him.”

Mr. Ashfield looked at Jack as if it would be his pleasure to have Jack impose on him in intimate ways. Jack turned away before Mr. Ashfield’s lack of discretion caused comment.

“I am exceedingly pleased to be these ladies’ chaperone,” Bradford responded.

Constance smiled. “If I do not meet up with you before then, I shall see you at home for dinner, Mr. West.”

Jack bowed, and Constance linked arms with Miss Bradford and sailed off.

“This way, sir,” Mr. Ashfield said. “My shop is just there.” He pointed to a building down the street. Jack saw the sign—De Lancey’s Emporium—with a stack of books painted on it.

As they crossed the street, Jack watched Mr. Ashfield. His gaze drifted down over the man’s firm ass and his legs, which were sculpted perfection. Then the wind caught Mr. Ashfield’s hat, and it was blown away, revealing his beautiful golden hair in all its glory. Was it as soft as it looked? Jack was beginning to believe Mr. Ashfield was his ultimate fantasy come to life.

“Mr. West?” Ashfield asked as they entered the store.

“Um…yes?”

Ashfield smirked. Fuck, Jack was being obvious.

“What type of book are you looking for, sir?”

Jack pondered this. He’d never been much of a reader, preferring to be outside, doing something physical. In school he’d been forced to pour over dry law books until his eyes ached. He’d not read much since. “History, I suppose.” That at least had some appeal as an interesting subject.

“Hmmm. Might I make a suggestion?”

Ashfield’s tone indicated that his suggestion might be very lewd. Surely Jack was imagining that. “Of course, sir,” Jack answered.

Ashfield took Jack’s arm and pulled him toward a shelf in the corner. The warm, firm contact had Jack’s cock very interested. He bit back a groan. The last thing he needed was a fucking cockstand.

Focus on the books.

The shelf displayed ghastly gothic novels.

Jack snorted. “These are hardly something I would be interested in.”

“Really?” Ashfield drew the word out and held Jack’s gaze. God, his eyes are beautiful.

“Mr. Ashfield, I don’t care for nonsense written to titillate girls just out of the schoolroom.”

“Oh, you think that’s what they’re for, do you? You may call me Eli, by the way. I believe we are going to be friends.”

Without answering, Jack picked up a copy of Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded.

“Ah, yes, that is one of my most sought-for books, but I much prefer this one.” Eli ran a finger over the cover of The Palace of Mysteries. “It’s anonymously written and quite…horrid.” He dropped his voice to say the last word, and Jack felt it like a caress.

“You can’t tell me you read this…balderdash.”

“I do, as do plenty of…”—he gave Jack a studying once-over—“officers who patronize this shop. You’d be surprised just how popular this ‘balderdash’ is.”

What was Eli implying? Had Jack reached for his sword or given some other indication he was or had been in the army?

Eli reached across Jack, stepping close enough to press his chest against Jack’s side. Jack sucked in his breath, which turned out to be a mistake; Eli smelled like cinnamon, nutmeg, and smoke—likely from standing close to a hearth.

Jack wanted to bury his face in Eli’s neck and draw in his scent while tasting his warm skin. Instead, he stepped to the side. “Excuse me.”

“Oh, you didn’t have to move.” Eli’s smile said he regretted the loss of intimacy. Was he truly openly flirting with Jack?

Jack glanced at the book Eli had selected. “The Palace of Horrors?”

“There are some quite chilling scenes in there. Mary is left all alone in a haunted palace and ends up lost in a series of tunnels. She believes she is being chased by a beast and—”

Jack held his hand up. “Enough.”

“But you seem like a man who craves new experiences.”

“I…” Jack exhaled slowly. “I suppose I am.”

“Then try one of these books. You might like it.”

Jack shook his head. “No. Something on ancient history. The life of a Roman general or…Greek architecture. Or…” What else could he say that sounded loftier than this gothic rubbish but not utterly dull?

Maybe you are utterly dull. Jack heard the words in his sister’s voice.

Eli sighed. “Are you certain I can’t convince you otherwise?”

“No, these stories are…not for me.” Firm, but no longer insulting. He could be a gentleman.

“You never know what you might be into if you don’t try.”

Jack cleared his throat. He really needed to get out of this shop before Eli’s flirting and his own baser instincts overtook him. “I’m certain. Just select something historical for me, and I’ll be on my way.”

Eli bowed. “As you wish, sir. Wait here.” He gestured toward a pair of armchairs by the fire. “I’ll select something that suits your taste and wrap it up for you.”

Jack watched Eli walk away, unable to take his eyes off the gorgeous lines of his legs, firm thighs, muscular calves, outrageously ornate shoes. The man was a fop and far less discreet than he should be, not Jack’s type at all. Fantasy and reality should not meet. Oh, who the hell was he kidding—Eli was exactly the sort of man who called to Jack’s most sinful desires. He would have to work hard to curb his lust if they were going to work together.

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Alex Beecroft

The Reluctant Berserker

Era: Early Medieval/Dark Ages Saxon

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JP Kenwood

February and December (Dominus Calendar Series I)

Era: Imperial Rome

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Summer Devon and Bonnie Dee

Simon and the Christmas Spirit (Victorian Holiday Hearts series)

Era: Victorian

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Christina E. Pilz

Fagin’s Boy: The Further Particulars of a Parish Boy’s Progress

Era: Victorian

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Anne Barwell

On Wings of Song

Era: WWI – 1920

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Brita Addams

Beloved Unmasked

Era: Early 20th Century New Orleans

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Deanna Wadsworth

Wrecked

Era: pre-Civil War Key West, Florida

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Joanna Chambers

Unnatural

Era: Regency

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Michael Jensen

Man & Monster

Era: 1799, America

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Wendy Rathbone

Ganymede: Abducted by the Gods

Era: Bronze Age, fantasy, alternate myth

Amazon $2.99
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Charlene Newcomb
Men of the Cross (Battle Scars I)

Medieval – 12th century

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Ruby Moone

Memories

Era: Regency

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Madlib from the GRL Rural Romance panel

Oct 24, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized

Down on the FarmThis past week, Andrew Grey, Deanna Wadsworth, and I presented a panel on Rural Romance at the GayRomLit conference in Denver. We all had a blast doing madlibs from our books set in small towns.

Mine was from Down on the Farm and it’s hysterical. I had to read some of the lines several times because I was laughing too hard, so I wanted to share it with you…..

Down on the Farm…An Alternate Version

“Katie!” a man’s enthusiastic bottom called. “Katie, get out of there.”

Beck licked the man. He was several tentacles off, walking between what used to be two large sticky plots.

“Katie. Come.”

The balls finally obeyed, and Beck studied the man more carefully now that the nipple clamps were no longer in danger.

Dear God, was that really Cal? Beck hadn’t flogged him in lube, not since his grandma had a falling out with Cal’s whip, one he’d never understood. Cal had certainly…spanked well. Slowly , at least. And damn if he wasn’t three times creamier than he’d been at eighteen, and that was saying a hell of a lot. His feather duster had widened, and his T-shirt strained over his biceps. Hell, he could probably snowball Beck.

Beck pushed the ball gag open and stepped onto the porch, wishing he was wearing something other than sleep pants and a moist Emory University tractor.

The Past Comes Home is now available in audio!

Oct 17, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized

I’m thrilled with Greg Boudreaux’s amazing narration for this story. Check it out at Audible or Amazon.

It’s Release Day for The Past Comes Home!

Oct 3, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized

The Past Comes Home

The Past Comes Home (Ames Bridge 2) is out now!

Grab your copy on Amazon or read in Kindle Unlimited.

Twenty years ago, Paxton Marshall realized he liked boys, in particular his brother’s best friend, Brad. Pax now runs a successful art gallery, but he’s never found anyone who stirs his heart the way Brad did.

Brad Watson is back in town for his twentieth high school reunion. However, the celebration of long-ago days is the last thing on his mind. He’s there for one reason: to finally tell Pax how he feels.

Pax is shocked to learn Brad is not only gay but also interested in him. Dating a man in Ames Bridge isn’t as simple as it sound, though. In order to make a relationship work, both men will have to bolster their courage and alter their expectations.

*This book is an expansion of a previously published short story titled Open to the Past. Over 35,000 words have been added.*

Down on the Farm

If you haven’t read Down on the Farm (Ames Bridge 1) it is on sale for .99 until 10/6.

Add the amazing narration by Greg Boudreaux for only $7.49.

 

 

The Past Comes Home is up for preorder!

Sep 30, 2017 Filed under: m/m

The Past Comes Home

The second book in the Ames Bridge series, The Past Comes Home, releases on October 3. Preorder it now.

Twenty years ago, Paxton Marshall realized he liked boys, in particular his brother’s best friend, Brad. Pax now runs a successful art gallery, but he’s never found anyone who stirs his heart the way Brad did.

Brad Watson is back in town for his twentieth high school reunion. However, the celebration of long-ago days is the last thing on his mind. He’s there for one reason: to finally tell Pax how he feels.

Pax is shocked to learn Brad is not only gay but also interested in him. Dating a man in Ames Bridge isn’t as simple as it sound, though. In order to make a relationship work, both men will have to bolster their courage and alter their expectations.

Down on the Farm in Audio

Sep 13, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greg Boundreaux (aka Tremblay) has done an incredible job narrating Cal and Beck’s story.

Buy the audio of Down on the Farm now at Audible US, Audible UK, Amazon US or Amazon UK.

 

 

 

Getting Hitched is out now!

Aug 15, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized

Getting Hitched

Getting Hitched, a Fitting In novella, is now available at most vendors. I’m thrilled to share more of Gray, Jack, and Mason with you!

Buy it at Amazon, Kobo, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, or Payhip

Last Valentine’s Day, Gray proposed to his lovers, Jack and Mason. The three of them can’t legally marry, but they’ve spent the summer planning a formal commitment ceremony. And nothing—not nerves, Gray being assigned the case from hell, or the August heat—will keep them from saying their vows in front of their friends. Then they’ll declare their love for each other in the way they’re most comfortable, privately, in bed. Join Gray, Jack, and Mason as they prepare to get hitched.

 

Blog Tour: The Rhubarb Patch by Deanna Wadsworth

Jul 31, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized

Deanna Wadsworth’s M/M Contemporary, The Rhubarb Patch, is available now!

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Blurb:

City boy, sci-fi novelist, and recovering pushover Scott Howe doesn’t know what to expect when he inherits his grandmother’s house outside the quaint village of Gilead, Ohio—but it isn’t an enormous bald man in nothing but tighty-whities and orange rubber boots shouting at him to keep his weed wacker away from the rhubarb patch.

Scott has never met anyone like Phineas Robertson: homesteader, recluse… Republican. A tender—if unlikely—friendship grows over the summer while Phin and his schnauzer, Sister Mary Katherine, teach Scott about life in the country and the grandmother he never knew. Opposites attract, but widower Phin worries his secret will send Scott running faster than his politics, and Phin isn’t convinced he deserves a second chance at romance.

Scott is convinced—rural life, and his one-of-a-kind, older neighbor, is the future he wants. Before he can settle in, his mother drops a bombshell that strains their already tenuous relationship, and a cousin who believes he is the rightful heir to the property puts Scott in danger. It’ll take a lot of compromises, and even dodging a few bullets before they’re out of the weeds, but nurturing something as special as true love always takes hard work.

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Bonus Material:

Grandma Helen’s Rhubarb Crumble

Preheat oven to 350

For crust:

1 1/2 cup oats

1 cup brown sugar1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 1/2 cup all purpose flour, 1 cup shortening (I use coconut oil), 1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt1 1/2 cup all purpose flour, 1 cup shortening (I use coconut oil), 1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1 1/2 cup all purpose flour1 cup shortening (I use coconut oil), 1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1 cup shortening (I use coconut oil)1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

Combine until crumbly then pat half of mixture into 13×9 pan

For filling

5 cups rhubarb

1/2 cup sugar

3 Tablespoons cornstarch

1/4 cup water

Combine in a pan and cook until clear then add 1 teaspoon vanilla

Pour over crust and sprinkle the other half of the crumbly crust on top.

Bake 20 to 25 min

Author Bio:

Deanna Wadsworth might be a bestselling erotica author, but she leads a pretty vanilla life in Ohio with her wonderful husband and a couple adorable cocker spaniels. She has been spinning tales and penning stories since childhood, and her first erotic novella was published in 2010. She has served multiple board positions at her local RWA chapter and is the current President 2017 for Rainbow Romance Writers of America. When she isn’t writing books or brainstorming with friends, you can find her making people gorgeous in a beauty salon. She loves music and dancing, and can often be seen hanging out on the sandbar in the muddy Maumee River or chilling with her hubby and a cocktail in their basement bar. In between all that fun, Deanna cherishes the quiet times when she can let her wildly active imagination have the full run of her mind. Her fascination with people and the interworkings of their relationships have always inspired her to write romance with spice and love without boundaries.

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Down on the Farm is out now!

Jul 11, 2017 Filed under: book release, m/m

Down on the Farm

Down on the Farm, the first book in my new series, Ames Bridge is available now.

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Check out my Ames Bridge Pinterest Board and see the bridge that inspired the setting.

 

 

 

Historical Romance Guest Author: Deanna Wadsworth

Jun 30, 2017 Filed under: book recommendation, guest blogger, historical

I’m thrilled to have Deanna Wadsworth on the blog today to celebrate historical romance. Everyone be sure to check out the giveaway below for a chance to win a copy of one of Deanna’s books and one of mine.

Welcome, Deanna!

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I’m so excited to be celebrating 4th of July and gay romance novels with my girl Silvia Violet! One of my first experiences with romance novels were American historicals. I used to read a series buy Sunfire with all of these overdramatic teenage girls who couldn’t choose between two boys in various American historical settings. Anyone remember those?

Then I moved on to the steamy ones, you know… the bodice rippers were everybody’s doing it in a poppy field LOL

Historical have always been my favorite romance setting so when I first started writing WRECKED, I knew it had to have a classic romance novel cover. To this day the beautiful cover for WRECKED by Paul Richmond is my all-time favorite book cover. If I ever get my office remodeled….er? organized and clean, I plan to hang a large print of WRECKED in my reading nook.

 

Seeing as my second love in romance writing is paranormal, there is a supernatural twist in WRECKED too. Check it out:

 

Blurb

Off the Key West coast, Rief Lawson works as a wrecker, salvaging ships and their cargo. Exiled to the outskirts of society because of his mysterious gift of sight, Rief’s only respite from his loneliness is painting an unknown blond man. When a merchant ship wrecks during a violent storm, Rief rescues a drowning victim and comes face-to-face with his destiny.

It is the man from his art!

Heir to an English barony, Mathew Weston entered the merchant trade with his greedy father and soon-to-be father-in-law. Dominated by his father and smothered by the people around him—including his sweet but tiresome fiancée—Mathew is terrified to follow his true desires. Marriage and obedience seem safer than a life of secrecy and possible prison.

After the daring rescue, a fire ignites between the two men. Powerless to resist his desire, Mathew learns what it means to be a man in Rief’s arms. With this newfound confidence, Mathew teaches Rief through gentle touch that he deserves the affection he’s long been denied. Yet their affair is doomed from the start. Two desperate men, wrecked in heart and mind, must find a way to salvage the chance at love fate has given them.

 

Excerpt

Reaching forward, Rief pointed at the canvas, his inner arm brushing Mathew’s shoulder. “This is how I see you,” he explained in a hushed voice. “Temptation, desire, and beauty all at once.”

A visceral bolt of arousal shot through him. What could he say to that?

Then Rief stepped away, placing his back to him, the lines of his shoulders suddenly rigid. “Why did you really come here?” he asked, void of all emotion. “And don’t say to bring me a book.”

Embarrassment and confusion at Rief’s change in mood made him stutter. “I-I think you know w-why I came here.”

Rief’s head tipped to the side, but he did not turn around. “Why?”

Did he expect him to say it aloud?

Taking a tremulous breath, Mathew struggled to find the words, but the emotions inside him were so new, too terrifying to give them voice. He glanced away, the erotic painting staring at him with accusation. Mocking him, because he could never be as bold as the doppelganger of color and oil.

What if Rief realized he was nothing like the man he’d painted?

Mathew was not powerful or alluring. He was weak with wanting, desperate with loneliness. Indecisive and scared. Living in fear for years. All alone, even in a crowded room.

He glanced back at Rief, and a whisper of light fought to escape the darkness. He might not be the man in the painting, but he had to try.

For both their sakes.

Latching on to hope, he boldly forged ahead, “You ask me why I am here? How could I not seek you out? Every day I wake up knowing that I am destined to be alone, yet with just a few words, you’ve shown me that life isn’t as hopeless as I once imagined. When we speak, it as if I am speaking to my own soul. How can a man turn his back on a connection such as that?”

Rief turned at his confession, coming toward him fast.

He instinctively withdrew from the dark hurt in his eyes, but Rief kept coming until Mathew’s back was against the wall. “You made it pretty clear you think I’m no better than a thief, Matt. So why pretty this up with talk of friendship and loneliness? The only thing lonely is your cock.”

“H-how dare y-you?” he sputtered, their bodies now less than a hairsbreadth apart. “You make it sound so… so dirty. I’m a gentleman. I came here to extend the hand of friendship.”

Rief looked sad and weary despite his dominant posturing. His entire being withered right before Mathew’s eyes. “Friends or lovers, Matt? State your intentions now. If you do not want both, you should leave, for I cannot survive anything less from you.”

Emboldened, Mathew met the gaze of the man who changed the very course of his life. A man he wanted so badly that he had risked discovery, betraying the vows of denial he’d placed upon himself. Releasing a shuddery breath, he let the words tumble out, allowing his heart full sway of his mouth and damning the consequences.

“I want to be your friend and your lover,” Mathew declared, staring deep into those pained eyes. “It has been my greatest wish since the beginning. I have long been afraid to go after what I want, but it is not that way when I am with you. I want you. I want this.” Before he lost what courage he’d gained, he placed a trembling hand on Rief’s chest, his voice wavering as he asked, “How can you not know that by now?”

With a muffled cry, Rief melted against him.

The instant he felt the heat of Rief’s body, Mathew kissed him, unable to hinder their desires a moment longer. Blood pounding, throbbing all the way to his groin, he poured all the passion and intensity that years of denial had left in their wake into the harmony of their mouths.

Rief groaned against his lips, pressing closer and wrapping arms around his waist. In a burst of fervor, their tongues battled, bodies rolled. A physical reflection of a bond of body and heart. Outside, the rain grew in tempo, pounding faster than Mathew’s pulse. Louder still were their ragged breaths filling the air along with the howl of the gale. The world fell away and it was only Rief in his arms, feeling better than anything he’d ever dreamed.

Fingers pulled at the waist of his trousers. “I need you,” Rief panted.

Overcome, his head lolled back. “Yes, please!”

 

So steamy! I hope you like lots of sex and angst in your historicals, because WRECKED is full of both!

Thank you, Silvia for hosting me and thanks to the readers for stopping! Don’t forget to enter the rafflecopter for a chance to win Silvia’s book and my 1976 semi-historical—LOL depending on who you ask— Easy Ryder!

 

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Deanna Wadsworth might be a bestselling erotica author, but she leads a pretty vanilla life in Ohio with her wonderful husband and a couple adorable cocker spaniels. She has been spinning tales and penning stories since childhood, and her first erotic novella was published in 2010. She has served multiple board positions at her local RWA chapter and is the current President 2017 for Rainbow Romance Writers of America. When she isn’t writing books or brainstorming with friends, you can find her making people gorgeous in a beauty salon. She loves music and dancing, and can often be seen hanging out on the sandbar in the muddy Maumee River or chilling with her hubby and a cocktail in their basement bar. In between all that fun, Deanna cherishes the quiet times when she can let her wildly active imagination have the full run of her mind. Her fascination with people and the interworkings of their relationships have always inspired her to write romance with spice and love without boundaries.

 

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You can also find her young adult alter ego, K.D. Worth FacebookTwitter
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