Books by Amy Lane

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Hiding the Moon

Hiding the Moon is nominally book four in Amy Lane’s Fish Out of Water series, but really it’s a branch off the main tree, a spin-off featuring some of the characters who appeared in secondary roles in the previous book, A Few Good Fish.  (For which there are spoilers in this review).  In that ...

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A Few Good Fish

Amy Lane’s Fish Out of Water has quickly become one of my favourite romantic suspense series, mostly because I adore the two central characters, but also because the books are gritty, tightly plotted, sexy thrillers with intriguing storylines, plenty of snark and a large helping of angst.  It’s ...

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Selfie

Amy Lane’s Selfie is part of the Bluewater Bay universe. This series consists of stand-alone novels written by different authors, all set in the same world of Bluewater Bay in Washington State, around the set of Wolf’s Landingthe television series being shot there. Followin ...

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Dex in Blue

What does it mean to be gay? If you’re an eighteen-year-old guy and your best friend turns you on, are you gay? If you’re straight and have a girlfriend but work for a gay-for-pay porn site having sex with other straight guys, are you gay? Lane tackles these and other weighty questions in the co ...

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It's Not Shakespeare

There are mid-life crises, and then there are mid-life slumps. James Richards, a gay English professor at a small junior college outside Sacramento, California, has slumped so low at age forty-three that he’s nearly belly dancing with the pavement. That is until he meets gay Latino, ...