Dogs of War (Underdogs #3)
Seattle is under siege. An ancient ceremony known as “wolf manoth,” in which human hunters kill as many canidae as possible, has been revived.
Stories of strong women facing the storm. (F/F, Erotica)
Dying Embers (James Matthews #2)
She thought she was on a new path, but life keeps tugging Addison Lee back to her past and her gift.
Endless Days of Summer
Struggling to cope with the reality of her decision to live away from home, Penelope Van Buren is thrust into college life head first with nothing to break her fall. (Ace, F/F, New Adult)
Every Time We Meet
Heidi finds herself repeating the day that her girlfriend says no to her proposal (F/F)
Fallen from Grace (Spirit of Grace #2)
While her comrades in blue are murdered one by one with each passing month, Grace pushes for a call to action from her Captain. Her worst fear has become a reality.
Falling for Her
Kim Greer, stunt double in a movie, falls for the leading actress.
For by Grace (Spirit of Grace #1)
Deputy Grace Halling is a cop on the beat. (F/F, Procedural)
Forest Seclusion (a fairly tale anthology)
These five fairy tales feature LGBTQ characters, many of whom begin life in castles, yet make their way into the wild forests for love, truth, and a sense of themselves. (Free)
Forever Burn (James Matthews #1)
Firefighters are trained to keep calm in the face of extraordinary events, but James was never prepared for this.
Molly Page is a successful chef in charge of her own kitchen on Squire’s Isle. But despite her success, she still feels incomplete. The feeling is magnified when she learns her estranged twin sister has died in a car accident. (F/F, Contemporary)
Girls Don't Hit
As Echo’s tutelage nears its completion, Joss is forced to decide between the life she’s built and throwing everything away for something entirely alien to her: love.
Grab Bag (14 stories of love and romance)
14 stories of love and romance
Grace through Redemption (Spirit of Grace #3)
Learning to trust herself again wasn’t easy. Deputy Grace Halling is back patrolling, and after a few months of quiet, murders of her comrades in blue begin again. Scared and determined, Grace follows every lead she can until she finds herself face to face with the barrel of a gun, only this time her finger is on the trigger.
Secret Service Agent Elizabeth Caine as she accepts a job to protect a young woman from harm. (F/F, FREE)
Rose Skinner hopes to leave the pain of her old life behind when she rides into Paradise as their newest and only female bartender. (F/F, Western)
Her Calling (New Beginnings #1)
Kyndle, Alpha werewolf, must fight against her family for true love (F/F)
How to Steal a Star
After Margot Sullivan's dream of being an astronaut went up in flames with the ISS, her last chance to reach space comes from a stranger with a crazy plan. (F/F, Science Fiction)
Into the Furnace
Kelly Lake is a firefighter. (F/F, Romance)
Supposed Crimes started as a lesbian publisher when Geonn Cannon and C. E. Case (aka Rysler) came together to publish Geonn's new lesbian series, Riley Parra, and C. E. Case's first novel, Little Disquietude. We were both disenchanted with other lesbian publishers that, it turns out, were going out of business anyway. Because we have mad respect for competitors like Bella Books, Bold Strokes Books, and Ylva (and Dreamspinner and Torquere on the GLBT/gay fiction side), we wanted to create something totally different.
Supposed Crimes became the first lesbian publisher to focus on genre fiction--especially science fiction, action and adventure, and detective fiction. We love historical lesbian fiction and westerns also. Most publishers have a healthy mix (and we do too), but we wanted to actively recruit writers looking for more than just another romance. So far we have over fifty lesbian stories with strong female leads, often including violence.
C. E. Case loves violence perhaps too much, but it's opened the door to stories about strong, diverse women of all types whose creators have been told they're "too gay" for mainstream publishing. We're hoping to change the tone of the conversation by becoming a mainstream genre/pulp GLBT publisher ourselves and we're well on our way.
Our award-winning lesbian titles such as Gemini by Geonn Cannon and Turn for Home by the famous and beloved Lara Zielinsky, sequel to Turning Point, have put us on the map as a high quality publisher of women's fiction who celebrate women loving women. Geonn Cannon is the only man to ever win a Golden Crown Literary Society award, and we love that. We want to break the rules and challenge expectations when it comes to what fiction about women loving women means. We also embrace Christian lesbian fiction and welcome bisexuality and gender identities beyond the "parts."
Our recent Kirkus-starred Trafalgar and Boone series has sealed the deal. We're innovative, edgy, and here to stay as a flourishing LGBT press--and so much more.