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New Amaranth novel!

Finally and at last! (And yes, I'm sorry I'm so slow...)

The new Amaranth title - "Gambling Heart" - just hit the bookshelves at Loose Id this morning. The cover looks like this:


Jay should be a very happy slave boy. His new master is young, hot, affectionate, and no stricter than he needs to be. Also rich now, thanks to one night’s hectic gambling. But the man who lost all that money - and his slave boy too - wants his revenge. He wants everything back, including Jay, and he’ll do whatever it takes to achieve his goal.

It’s dangerous to challenge so much wealth and influence, let alone to defeat them - and that’s only the start of the trouble for Jay and his master Jensen. Jay has a secret, that he’s kept hidden from all the men who’ve owned him. Now that’s going to lead him and his master too down strange roads in stranger company, and into deadly danger, eventually into Hell itself...



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Sep. 3rd, 2013 07:27 pm (UTC)
Hurray! I'm off to get it.
Sep. 4th, 2013 04:42 pm (UTC)
I'm a fan of "Red Light" & "Pink Fizz", but have been missing out on the Amaranth books, I'll start with this one, Congrats!
Sep. 10th, 2013 03:33 am (UTC)
I really did enjoy the book, but it left me feeling bitter and upset. I hope if you ever write more you might consider the slaves being delt with better. In this book it felt like it just became worse for Jay physically, and mentally too. It would have been nice if his master stopped lashing out at him constantly, and that he got fed properly. I read other reviews and I noticed that not only is this a common theme in this series, but it seems to bother alot of your readers. Believe me when I say I am not trying to offend you, but its more of a plea to perhaps in your next book return the rewards on the slaves, rather than the masters who did almost nothing.
Sep. 10th, 2013 03:35 am (UTC)
And by rewards I mean no beatings/respect/food/freedom/equal status.
Apr. 20th, 2014 12:50 am (UTC)
Amazon hates Dark Heart?
When I do an Amazon search for "Dark Heart Thom Lane", nothing shows up. If I search for your name, your other novels show up. If I look at your author page, Dark Heart does show up. But if I search by ISBN, it says Dark Heart doesn't exist.

Can you get your publisher to figure out what's happening at Amazon? Because I love Dark Heart to pieces and I want more people to read it!

And if you ever manage to get Danny Boy republished as an ebook, I will join your bank account in a little cheer. :)
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