Just found these guys courtesy of Emily Veinglory's EREC site.
Thing that bothered me the most is this from their 'Editorial Services' page [Bolding mine.]:
In evaluating your manuscript, our goal is to help you identify your strengths as a writer, while simultaneously working to correct any weaknesses in the submitted work. Ultimately, we attempt to provide the writer with observations, commentary and potential alternatives that can turn an ordinary manuscript into a truly memorable one - and a potentially saleable one! While we cannot guarantee publication, we can promise to assist you in creating a manuscript that will get the attention of potential agents and publishers. Our comments and suggestions are always constructive, never harsh or mean-spirited.
Additionally, after your work has been edited, if your manuscript fits the guidelines for our publishing endeavors, you may be offered a contract for Gay Romance Press or Eye Scry Publications to publish your work as an e-book. Genres we currently publish include gay romance, general romance, erotica, books with a paranormal/metaphysical element, vampire novels (romantic preferred) as well as occasional non-fiction in the fields of metaphysical, paranormal, spiritual, and new age. PLEASE NOTE: Due to an overwhelming number of submissions, we currently only offer contracts to authors utilizing our editorial services. However, no contract is guaranteed, and contracts are offered only to works which we feel are exemplary in their field.
In short, you have to pay them to edit your story, then they might offer you a contract.
I'd steer well clear of this publisher based on that alone.
Farther down the page they give their rates:
100 pages or less: $200.
101-300 pages: $450.
over 300 pages, add $1.50 for each additional page.
Proof Reading/Copy Editing
100 pages or less: $150.
101-300 pages: $300.
over 300 pages, add $1.00 for each additional page.
They currently have two titles for sale with one not yet for sale. Year of the Ram which is 97,000 words and goes for $9.95 and Ragged Angels which is 126,000 words and also goes for $9.95. That's for pdf copies which is a bit steep for ebooks of those lengths. (Average for 97,000 words is between $4.50 and $7 and for 126,000 is between $6 and $8, depending of course on the publisher.)