Stephen Osborne – Pale As A Ghost

Author: Stephen Osborne
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Paranormal Mystery
ISBN13: 9781615818372

This book was a lot of fun to read. Duncan Andrews is far from your average private investigator. His dead boyfriend’s ghost hangs out with him, his dog is a zombie and his best friend is a hundreds year old witch. Add to that a small dose of psychic ability and you soon find out why Detective Carson of the Indianapolis police department cringes every time he hears that Duncan … Continue reading

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Viki Lyn – Last Chance (Chances #1)

Author: Viki Lyn
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Loose Id, LLC
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781607375166

Viki Lyn has put yet another spin on the vampire genre.  Aric Chirstian is a molecular biologist searching for a cure to vampirism.  He was raped by a Johan, a strix, and is about to transform into a strix himself unless he can find a cure.  Stu Hamilton is a hot football star with a secret passion for poetry and an even bigger secret.  Stu is a vampire slayer who is … Continue reading

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Theo Fenraven – Picture This (Will Crawford #2)

Author: Theo Fenraven
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: MLR Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781608204422

Picture this is the story of actor Will Crawford, who commissions naked photographs of himself by Rick.  Rick is known to be discreet, trustworthy and talented in the world of photographing famous people.  He has had a crush on famous Will for a while, so is very excited to take the assignment.

They do the photo shoot at Rick’s, fathers’ farm, where privacy is guaranteed.  The scene starts off well, … Continue reading

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Dani Alexander – Shattered Glass

Author: Dani Alexander
Reviewed by:  Maya
Publisher:  Slash Fiction
Genre:  M/M Mystery Humor
ISBN 13: NA

Where to start, where to start? My thoughts are chaotic and it is difficult to put into words why I loved this book so much. This book was just so out there, over the top, laugh out loud funny and I enjoyed the hell out of it and stayed up almost all night to finish reading it. It is told first person through Austin Glass, which could have been … Continue reading

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Scarlet Blackwell – The Captain’s Man

Author: Scarlet Blackwell
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Total-E-Bound
Genre: M/M Romance
ISBN 13: 9780857155474

This was a good romantic story. Josh Addison won two tickets for a romantic 13 day Mediterranean cruise. The downside was that his partner left him for another man. Josh went on the cruise alone and feeling miserable until he met the campy couple Erik and Freddie who were in the suite next door. Captain Kane Kessler took an instant interest in Josh and soon began a shipboard romance. Josh was … Continue reading

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Shae Connor – Chicago

Author: Shae Connor
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781613720226

Chicago is the setting for this sweet, first time story of Darren and Nathan, two young men at loose ends in Chicago for a visit.  Darren has come to visit his overbearing, insulting, pretentious lover, Robert. After just one too many verbal slams by Robert, Darren finally realizes how used he has been (and you do have to wonder how an intelligent man like Darren would have put up with … Continue reading

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Scarlet Hyacinth – Bed and Breakfast (Bloodkin # 1)

Author: Scarlet Hyacinth
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 2940013057272

This was a very good start to what I hope is a great series.  As with all first books, much of this story was taken up with building a foundation.  Moss Hayden is sent by his father to live with his uncle.  Unfortunately, his money is stolen on the docks so Moss is stuck looking for work.  He comes upon a flyer advertising a job in a Bed and Breakfast.  … Continue reading

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Erica Kealey – Opposite Day

Author: Erica Kealey
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Less Than Three
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781936202850

Our story begins with Davis standing outside, having just caught his  boyfriend Roger cheating on him.  Roger wasn’t the first boyfriend to cheat on Davis, but actually brought his ex to the apartment he shared with Davis to have his fun.  Davis has had it, and as he standing outside contemplating going to the city apartment he didn’t give up when he moved in with Roger, he is splashed … Continue reading

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Mia Watts – Mommy’s Little Shapeshifter

Author: Mia Watts
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Resplendence
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781607354697

This short story is set in the world of Mommy, a heavyset, no nonsense immortal woman who runs a diner for paranormal beings.  And yes, they all call her mommy.  Benny is a dog shifter, a Corgi to be exact. He has a hopeless crush on a nice German Shepherd named Dieter.

Mommy has a hand in forcing the two to meet.  The story is so short that really all we … Continue reading

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Rowan McAllister – A Devil’s Own Luck

Author: Rowan McAllister
Reviewed by: Valentina
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781615819010

I started this book feeling somewhat discouraged by the year the book was set in, but that only lasted as long as it took me to meet William. He was somewhat dangerous with a wicked sense of humor and a fast mind. He didn’t settle for the norm and despite having an eventful past and considering himself mostly retired from such life, he was still larger than the stuffed mold … Continue reading

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