Best Gay Romance 2009 (Google eBook)

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Richard Labonté
Cleis Press, Sep 18, 2013 - Fiction - 220 pages
30 Reviews
Best Gay Romance 2009 is short fiction at its finest on the subject of love—first love, true love, and love everlasting (with makeup sex, wake-up sex, and everything in between).

The romantic possibilities range from a surprising encounter between two blue-collar buddies to a brief airport rendezvous that become something more, and a reminder to us all that it is never too late for love. A self-confessed true romantic, Richard Labonté has gathered a sensational collection of stories about finding love at home, at work, at any age, and often, in the most unexpected places.

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Review: Best Gay Romance 2013 (Best Gay Romance)

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The selection of stories in this anthology was quite varied. The diversity of topics and writing styles makes it quite an interesting read, especially if you like reading a wide range of different ... Read full review

Review: Best Gay Romance 2013 (Best Gay Romance)

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The selection of stories in this anthology was quite varied. The diversity of topics and writing styles makes it quite an interesting read, especially if you like reading a wide range of different ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Richard Labonté lives some of the time in a wee Perth, Ontario apartment, and some of the time in a sprawling 10-bedroom farmhouse on 200 acres of land near Calabogie, Ontario. From 1979 to 2000, he helped found and then managed A Different Light Bookstores in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. He has edited the Best Gay Erotica series since 1996; reviews 100 books a year for Q Syndicate, which distributes his fortnightly column “Book Marks”; writes the newsletter Books to Watch Out For/Gay Men's Edition; and writes book reviews for Publishers Weekly. Husband Asa and canines Percy and Zak are his constant companions.

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