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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Lucy Felthouse – The Cottage in the Woods


Author: Lucy Felthouse
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Genre: F/F Paranormal
ISBN 13: NA

This was my very first foray into the F/F genre, and since I really like the M/M genre above all else, I was a little apprehensive. I needn’t have been, however, because the writing of Lucy Felthouse made me like the book.   Heidi is a young woman, living alone in, yes, a Cottage in the Woods.  Peering out her window one day, she spies a fox.  Thinking the fox … Continue reading

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Stephani Hecht – Going With My Heart

Author: Stephani Hecht
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Total E-bound
Genre: M/M contemporary
ISBN 13: 9780857158918

The premise of this book was one I usually enjoy – reunions, second chances, getting back to where you where.  With this book, however, I felt it was not done acceptably.  Brody and Dale are best friends, first loves, high school sweethearts.   They are in it for the long haul, or so Brody thinks right up until the minute that Dale up and leaves him, joining the Air Force … Continue reading

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Scarlet Hyacinth – The Demon Who Fed on a Shark (Mate or Meal #7)

Author: Scarlet Hyacinth
Reviewed by: Maya
Publisher: Siren
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: NA

I enjoyed the pairing of Morgan, a gentle giant of a shark, and Alexis, the sex demon. Alexis was severely burned in the previous book in this series and is filled with low self esteem and  self doubt. After all, who is he if not a beautiful incubus who’s main talent is sex? Well, Morgan knows that there is much more to Alexis than that and his love and support never waiver. … Continue reading

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Stephani Hecht – A Very Shaney Valentine (Lost Shifters #17)

Author: Stephani Hecht
Reviewed by: Maya
Publisher: eXstasy Books
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781771111041

The story itself was fairly good, Shane wants to get the perfect gift for Trevor for Valentines Day and he delivers in a way that is unexpected to all. Several new characters are introduced to the series in this installment and we get to has a brief visit with some of our favorite guys from previous books. Shane has always been my favorite character in this series. I have loved his unique outlook … Continue reading

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Lynn Hagen – Takeo

Author: Lynn Hagen
Reviewed by: Maya
Publisher: Siren
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 1619263807

I have been looking forward to reading this book after getting glimpses of Takeo hovering in Kamiko’s room while reading the Zeus Pack Series by Lynn. This was a decent installment in the series.

I enjoyed seeing Kamiko, an abuse survivor, coming out of his shell and becoming the man that he was meant to be. Takeo was a bit frustrating to read with his vacillating anger and tenderness towards Kamiko. There is … Continue reading

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Karma Eastwick – An Imitation of Life

Author: Karma Eastwick
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Amber Allure
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781602725898

This was a sweet, well put together story.  Mars Manchester is a struggling gay actor who is relationship shy.  Reed Keeting is Mars’ straight roommate and fellow struggling actor who goes through girlfriends like a tsunami.  Mars life and career take off when he lands a job on a soap opera playing a gay man.  Mars fears being typecast as a gay role player until Reed gets a part on the show … Continue reading

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Jeanette Grey – Letting Go


Author:
Jeanette Grey
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781613720318

Told in the first person POV of David, Letting Go is a bittersweet story of loss and gain.  David is a pre-med student, taking care of a terminally ill father.  He is also working and putting himself through college, and is barely keeping himself together.  He idolizes his father, and watching this is tearing David apart.  “My father was dying, and at twenty years old, I had never felt more … Continue reading

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Emily Gould – Zombie Films on Valentine’s Day


Author:
 Emily Gould
Reviewed by:
Kevin
Publisher:
Less Than Three Press
Genre:
M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13:
9781620041147
 

I must say this story just did not work for me. It had some good characters in it, but just never made  me stand up and take notice. I would have to say the one thing I did take out of this book, is that well your a man or woman everyone needs a friend even on Valentine’s Day.

It was a quick read and … Continue reading

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Daisy Harris – Mercury Rising


Author:
 Daisy Harris
Reviewed by:
Lucy
Publisher:
Ravenous Romance
Genre:
M/F Fantasy
ISBN 13: 
9781607774075

There is a lot going on in this book, and sometimes, particularly in the beginning, it is confusing. There are also lot of firsts: the Virgin goddess losing her virginity to not one, but two gods, Thor and Loki; the very closeted Mercury (yes, the one with the winged shoes) being a bottom for the first time and well as giving of himself for the first time; Jupiter … Continue reading

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