Red Haircrow – The Angel of Berlin

Author: Red Haircrow
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Flying With Red Haircrow
Genre: Gay Fiction
ISBN 13: 9781452441665

 

I wanted to like this story but I didn’t. I couldn’t stand the all too frequent exclamation points during the dialogue. Well, it was all Robin who did the talking in the story. It made it more difficult for me to connect to the story when Robin sounded like he was yelling or being hyper. At times I couldn’t tell the difference. It made me lose the sense … Continue reading

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Ellie Heller – Ginny’s Capture


Author: Ellie Heller
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Noble Romance
Genre: Lesbian Horror/Romance
ISBN 13: 9781605922362

 

Another Lesbian vs. Zombie short story I’ve enjoyed. Dee found out Ginny is in trouble and she wants to save her from the zombies. She has to go back to the University she once swears she wouldn’t ever go back two years ago. Like a common reason, love conquers it all. The opening actually took me a while to figure out what was going on. I wished the author … Continue reading

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Julie Lynn Hayes – Forbidden 1, 2, 3 (Sanctum, Secret Blessings, Unexpected Storm)

Author: Julie Lynn Hayes
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Romance First Publishing
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781452498836

 

I am reviewing all three of the Forbidden books in one review because they appear to be a serial, each one being a chapter of the story.  They do NOT appear to be stand alone, and I went back and forth on what to rate them because as it stands with #3, Unexpected Storm, the story is unfinished, ending on a huge cliffhanger but the story to this point … Continue reading

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Graveyard Greg – Unexpected Relationships

Author: Graveyard Greg
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Smashwords
Genre: M/M Romance / Anthropomorphic
ISBN 13: N/A

 

Another excellent book of anthropomorphic written by Graveyard Greg. I hope I assumed this correctly, this is a prequel to webcomic called Carpe Diem and you can find them on cdcomic.com. This time, it’s a “soap opera” of different animals happening at a gym owned by Burt. Burt is a Panda and I could imagine Burt is a hot bear guy. Kevin is a tiger who is a bit … Continue reading

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Graveyard Greg – Wish Fulfillment


Author
: Graveyard Greg
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Smashwords
Genre: M/M Urban Fantasy / Anthropomorphic
ISBN 13: N/A

 

It is very short story ending at approximately 4k words. It was only 9 pages on my iPad’s iBook. I absolutely love this story. It’s different from what I normally read and the first book that is anthropomorphic. At first, I didn’t know the characters were anthropomorphic. I didn’t read the blurb as clearly as I was supposed to before I read. It’s a genie that … Continue reading

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Julie Lynn Hayes – The Prince Wore Pink Stilettos

Author: Julie Lynn Hayes
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781615814442

 

This is one of those stories that, while it is short, is the perfect length. It is sweet, funny and most of all, it’s romantic. Michael’s daughter, Amber, is digging around in the attic and comes down with, yep, the pink stiletto. The sight of it sends Michael down memory lane, to his first love, who was his first kiss, who he gave his virginity too, on a prom night … Continue reading

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Gabrielle Evans – Leap of Faith


Author
: Gabrielle Evans
Reviewer: Kevin
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781610340557

 

Xander and his brothers are shifters, part of a made up family by choice, all of whom have been turned away by their own kind for the same reason. They all share a common heritage; they are all cursed and are all considered to be an abomination by each of their own species. Collectively they are known as the Moonlight Breed because of their white fur and  their uncontrolled ability to shift with the full moon. They never stay in one … Continue reading

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M.D. Grimm – Love is a Whirlwind (The Shifters #3)


Author: M.D. Grimm
Reviewed by: Kevin
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781613723753

Ryan, a shifter so scared of being human he chooses to remain a bull, just like the day he was born. Ryan is the only shifter born from a shifter and an animal mating in five hundred years.  Caleb, a human so unsure of his sexuality, so lonely and confused  as a boy that he befriends the bull for  companionship and understanding.  They spend time together.

All that changes as the boy grows into a man and … Continue reading

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Julie Lynn Hayes – Lawn Boy

Author: Julie Lynn Hayes
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Romance First Publishing
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 2940011893780

This is a very short, very straightforward story of a man, very newly divorced, who is sort of drifting.  He has the house he had shared with his wife (who ran off with someone else) but he really doesn’t know how to do anything.  He mentions he can find the kitchen, but can’t cook.  He has zero cleaning skills and has no idea what do with the … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Hoyt – To Beguile a Beast (Legend of the Four Soldiers #3)


Author: Elizabeth Hoyt
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Forever
Genre: M/F Historical
ISBN 13:  9780446406932

Oh my, did I love this book.  A clever take on, yes, Beauty and the Beast, it also boasts a wounded hero (grim and terse and just so very lovely) and a not-so-innocent heroine.  It was a refreshing change from the usual historical romance.

Alistair was a soldier in the war, brave and strong.  When he is critically injured, he comes home and heals, painfully.  He is very scarred (enough … Continue reading

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