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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Emily Gould – Chrysalis


Author
: Emily Gould
Reviewed by:
Lucy
Publisher:
Less Than Three Press
Genre:
M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 
9781936202874

This story really could have been longer and filled in some backstory, but as it was, I found it light and sweet.  Luke is supposed to be finding out if Josh, big giant rugby player, is gay, and if he is not, Luke is supposed to ask him if he would go out with Luke’s friend, Emmy.  What emo-looking Luke does instead is basically shout out, … Continue reading

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Heather Graham – Phantom Evil


Author
: Heather Graham
Reviewed by:
Tara
Publisher:
Mira Books
Genre:
M/F Parnormal
ISBN 13:
9780778329534

After losing two teammates to a serial killer on a recent mission, Jackson Crow is reluctant to lead a new team, but when a renowned paranormal investigator asks him to lead his own psychic team, Jackson can’t help but be intrigued.  A senator’s wife has fallen to her death and certain people believe her death was caused by the ghosts purported to haunt the mansion in which … Continue reading

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Valentina Heart – Memories


Author
: Valentina Heart
Reviewed by:
Lucy
Publisher:
Silver Publishing
Genre:
M/M Transgender
ISBN 13:
9781920484538

A very sweet trip down memory lane for an established couple. Marlin and Gabe are celebrating their love, and do so by taking a trip through all their best memories together, interspersed with hot sex. Marlin is a transsexual who has not yet had reassignment surgery, and the acceptance from Gabe is total and unconditional. They are a romantic, sweet couple, and this is a lovely reassurance … Continue reading

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Valentina Heart – Sebastian’s Wolves


Author:
 Valentina Heart
Reviewed by:
Lucy
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Genre:
M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 
9781615818075

Sebastian. He is rough, tough, heart-broken, soft and loving. I was put off by him in the beginning of the book. He has a gentle mate, Tim, who is late for their anniversary dinner. Yes, it was for the third time, but Sebastian’s reaction, a punch to the face and then very rough sex, made me think, NO, not going to like you. He is impulsive and reactive, explosive … Continue reading

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Scarlet Hyacinth – The Wolf Who Hatched An Egg (Mate or Meal #2)


Author
: Scarlet Hyacinth
Reviewed by:
Kevin
Publisher:
Siren Publishing
Genre:
M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13:
N/A

Can a wolf hatch an egg, that is the question. It would appear this wolf will do anything to keep his mate, the swan, happy. Meet Liam, who falls for a swan name Shiloh. Shiloh has been looking for Mr Right for sometime now, but along the way he has met several Mr Wrongs. So he find it hard to believe in the wolf’s good intentions, let … Continue reading

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Stormy Glenn – Cowboy Easy


Author
: Stormy Glenn
Reviewed by:
Kevin
Publisher:
Siren Publishing
Genre:
M/M Cowboy
ISBN 13:
9781610343343

I really enjoyed reading this first book in the Blaecleah Brothers series. Asa is a man looking for someone to love, while Lachlan is strong with just one weakness- his need for Asa. I really enjoyed the relationship Lachlan had with his brothers and parents. Stormy Glenn has created some interesting characters and I loved the connection between Lachlan and Asa. I like that both characters were strong … Continue reading

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Christiane France – Blues in the Night


Author:
 Christiane France
Reviewed by:
Lucy
Publisher:
Amber Allure
Genre:
M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13:
9781611241563

This was a difficult book to rate, because I thought the premise had a lot of angst and potential, and the main characters of Alain and Kenny were fairly likeable, but that might be the problem.  Everything in it was “sort of”.   The story is told in third person POV of Alain, a high-powered lawyer who is in Marseille, celebrating the closing of a high profile case and … Continue reading

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