A prostitute. A scientist. A Mountie. A brother who’s running out of time. They’re all looking for something in the Klondike — not necessarily gold — but the journey isn’t an easy one. Whether it’s unpredictable weather, faulty machinery, or relentless enemies, the road to Dawson City is littered with one obstacle after another.
And that’s to say nothing of the cold nights, which leave lonely men little choice but to get close for survival . . . and more.
..."[A] brisk, suspenseful narrative with likable characters and a “life’s too short” urgency,...
Adam Matthews's life changed when Inspector Robin Bright walked into his classroom to investigate a murder.
Now it seems like all the television series are right: the leafy villages of England do indeed conceal a hotbed of crime, murder, and intrigue. Lindenshaw is proving the point.
Detective work might be Robin's job, but Adam somehow keeps getting involved — even though being a teacher is hardly the best training for solving crimes. Then again, Campbell, Adam's irrepressible Newfoundland dog, seems to have a nose for figuring things out, so how hard can it be?...
Welcome to the world of professional rodeo, where pickup men are the unsung heroes. Often called the ghosts of the arena, they’re there to get cowboys and roughstock safely out of the ring, be it by pulling a rider from the back of a bucking bronco, or hazing an angry bull back to the paddocks.
Join these strong, silent-type heroes as they find their way on the hyper-masculine rodeo circuit — coming out, coming to terms, accepting and embracing their true selves, and following their hearts.
The future isn’t an easy place to live. Humanity is split into two warring factions: one is determined to bring all of human-explored space under its control, and the other travels the stars in massive homeships, carrying with them the ancient stories and traditions their foes have rejected.
On the sparsely populated frontier, renegades, bounty hunters, and pirates maintain their own rule of law. Government is nonexistent. Ethics are a luxury. Greed is the order of the day.
And on the worlds unexplored by humankind lurk wonders and dangers beyond imagining.
Extreme Escapes, LTD recruits only the best mercenaries for its black ops missions. Prophet — former SEAL, former CIA, current pain in the ass — has worked there for years, comfortable in his role as a lethal shadow, helping those the government can’t — or won’t — save.
Tom Boudreaux—failed FBI agent, failed sheriff, full-time believer in bad luck—jumps at the chance for salvation offered by EE. He’s eager to feel useful again, even if it means partnering with a man like Prophet, who doesn’t want a partner at all.
But as the two men work through missions that mix...
Welcome to Bluewater Bay! This quiet little logging town on Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula has been stagnating for decades, on the verge of ghost town status. Until a television crew moves in to film Wolf’s Landing, a soon-to-be cult hit based on the wildly successful shifter novels penned by local author Hunter Easton.
Wolf’s Landing’s success spawns everything from merchandise to movie talks, and Bluewater Bay explodes into a mecca for fans and tourists alike. The locals still aren’t quite sure what to make of all this—the town is rejuvenated, but at what cost? And the...
Each year, Riptide Publishing releases a holiday collection in support of an LGBTQ charity.
Twenty percent of the proceeds of this title will be donated to The Trevor Project.
Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award®-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24.
To learn more about this charity or to donate directly, please visit their website:...
Searching for love? A hookup? A few hours of debate and debauchery with friends? Look no further than Club Fred’s, the diverse queer community’s favorite watering hole in La Vista’s newly revitalized Harbor District!
Club Fred’s is the kind of place where everyone knows your name—and quite a few of them know about that birthmark on your upper thigh, the way you laugh too loudly after a single shot of tequila, and the reason you broke up with your last partner. The only downside to a night at Fred’s? Every now and then someone walks out the door and winds up dead.
The ghost that walks at midnight . . . The man who transforms into a beast . . . The sinister figure lurking in the shadow of dreams . . .
The door between our world and . . . something other
There’s a reason why such legends persist in every country, every region, every town.
For most, they’re the stuff of nightmares, terrors to be avoided. But for others, they’re an irresistible challenge—a chance to raise the ghost, stalk the beast, open that inter-dimensional door, and say “It’s all true, and I’ve lived to tell...
Bounty hunters and pirates may contend for dominance in the vast reaches of interstellar space, but the heart of the conflict always comes down to who you know. Who you hate. Who you love.
Whether the prize is a priceless gem, political gain, the antidote to a rare poison, or a bounty big enough to secure any hunter’s future, the only way for a pirate or a hunter to come out ahead is by building alliances. One system, one planet, one person, one heart at a time. The distance between the stars may be infinite, but love doesn’t care about boundaries.
Each year, Riptide Publishing releases a holiday collection in support of an LGBTQ charity. Twenty percent of all proceeds from this year's collection will be donated to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) National Help Center.
Founded in 1996, the GLBT National Help Center is a non-profit organization that provides vital peer-support, community connections and resource information to people with questions regarding sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Utilizing a diverse group of GLBT volunteers, they operate two national hotlines, the GLBT National Hotline...
The spires of Oxford are beautiful and delicate and cold and terrible. The Spires stories, not all of which are set in Oxford, are about that world: a world at once beguiling and alienating. The stories are about places and about people. They’re about clinical depression and fake tan, about identity and flowers, about sex and lemon meringue pie and flood defences and the British class system and holding hands and falling in love, and far too many references to Julia Roberts movies.