S.L. Danielson – Jerry’s Season (Ranch Hands #2)

Author: S.L. Danielson
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Romance First Publishing
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781465831538

 

This is the second in the Ranch Hands series, and in this one the town druggie, alcoholic, whore, Jerry, has been reborn into a trying hard to be responsible man.  He has made good friends in Sid and Roger (after saving Roger’s life, in the first book) and they have given him a job at their farm.  He still has big debts, his truck was repossessed, he lives in a … Continue reading

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Cynthia Arsuaga – A Vampire in Paris

Author: Cynthia Arsuaga
Reviewed by: Aingeal
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Genre: M/F Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781618851789

 

This book was great!  The imagery and the blood lust rocked!!  😀  I like the portrayal of the types of vampires and only thought they lacked that “super-human” strength we all know them to have when Ramsey tried to rescue Julli the first time.  He did not use any tricks or muscle and fell short when battling with the human servants of the old vampire, Laurent.  I dug … Continue reading

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Angel Brown Kemph & Lori Titus – Harmony’s Prophecy

Author: Angel Brown Kemph & Lori Titus
Publisher: Angel Brown Kemph
Reviewer: Tana
Genre: Science Fiction
ISBN 13:  NA

 

Angel Brown Kemph and Lori Titus writing style is good, the words flowed effortlessly and they did an excellent job with the two main character’s descriptions.  Though the plot isn’t that unique but they did bring a different spin using two main characters and their abilities and prophecies. I found the novel easy to read, I enjoyed the character development and we got to … Continue reading

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Jade Astor – Darius (Moon Lake Wolves #1)

Author: Jade Astor
Reviewer: Tana
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781920502393

 

Jade Astor has written a different type of werewolf novel and this story is the beginning of the Moon Lake Wolves series.  Jade’s writing is good; descriptions and plot were well thought out and well written. Jade’s character descriptions gave us enough information to get to know the main characters and a few others were introduced hoping we get to read their stories in the future.  This is one of … Continue reading

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The Snow Vampire – Michael G. Cornelius

Author: Michael G. Cornelius
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Gay Historical Regency / Fantasy
ISBN 13: 9781613723814

 

The opening was difficult for me to keep reading, but I was determined to keep going no matter what. After maybe ten pages, I finally got hooked on the story and finished it in one sitting. The reason why the opening wasn’t that great for me was that the main character Ferenc talked too much of “What if” and it was getting annoying. Then Ferenc brings … Continue reading

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Sharon Maria Bidwell – Nights in Pink Satin


Author: Sharon Maria Bidwell
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781605212371

 

I was going to give this a 4, due to drac…..errr….VINCENT. Denial to yourself is one thing, and its frustrating, but denial that hurts someone else, something I hate. I don’t care how old and powerful he is, Vincent is so caught up in “I can’t be” that he was downright annoying.  He is shopping for a new coffin lining for the annual Cotillion (that … Continue reading

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Sue Brown – Layered Mask

Author: Sue Brown
Reviewer: Kevin
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Genre: M/M Regency
ISBN 13:  9781920502638

 

I really loved this book. Set in London, England it was one of most original M/M Erotic Romance I have read. Lord Edwin Nash was sent to London with one purpose in mind. Find a wife, marry, and create an heir or be disinherited. Enter the lamb introduced to the ton as the sacrifice: to be shackled to one of the young ladies by the end of the season. He found this … Continue reading

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Mark Alders – Away Team

Author: Mark Alders
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Genre: M/M Erotic Sci-Fi Romance
ISBN 13: 9781554879533

 

Away Team is the first book in the Starship Cadet Mission series. The voice of the book is Ely Nguyen who is desperately to have a boyfriend or even just get laid by a guy. He has plenty of friends but what he really wants is a lover. He meets Emerson Sonfield and there is something about Emerson that captures Ely’s attention. Ely says something that costs his … Continue reading

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Louise Blaydon – And There Was Silence


Author: Louise Blaydon
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Historical
ISBN 13: 9781613723173

 

It is two years after the War.  The War that put the college (Oxford) and life of Robert and Harry a bit behind.  They are on track now, however, fellow students putting the War and the past behind them.  They have a day off, relaxing on the shore watching a young man try to maneuver a punt.  The young man is close to succeeding, but ends up having to … Continue reading

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Tymber Dalton – Acquainted with the Night

Author: Tymber Dalton
Reviewed by: Maya
Publisher: Siren
Genre: M/M/M Sci Fi
ISBN 13: 9781606019627

This book was like watching the movie Full Metal Jacket to me. The first half is ENTIRELY different than the second half. It was like two separate books spliced together. The first half of this book is utter fluff with the entire focus being on sex, sex and more sex.

The second half of the this book delved into some very serious issues, including a couple of rapes and  the massive grief … Continue reading

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