Review: Susan Laine – Train to Somewhere (Before and After #3)


Author: Susan Laine
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Mm Contemporary

Summary: It was only a game. Wasn’t it?

At a party one night, Charlie Dean’s childhood friend Will Tucker accepts a dare and dresses up as a girl: clothes, hair, makeup. Seeing Will that way incites a riot of confused emotions in Charlie—and he responds by lashing out. He never meant to hurt Will, and now he must do some serious damage control.

During a school … Continue reading

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Review: Tara Lain – High Balls (Balls to the Wall #6)

Author: Tara Lain
Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Though only twenty-six, single father Theodore Walters lives with his head in the clouds and his feet firmly planted in reality. At the center of his life is Andy, his seven-year-old son, with whom he shares no DNA, though nobody—including his religious-fanatic in-laws—knows that, and Theodore will do anything to keep them from finding out. Theodore works hard to get his PhD and the tenure and salary that … Continue reading

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Review: K-lee Klein – Unbroken Hearts (Unbreak My Heart #2)

Author: K-lee Klein
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Second Edition

Country singer turned rancher Brett Taylor fought his way out of the bottle so he could have JT Campbell in his life. JT’s patience, intelligence, and humor broke through Brett’s walls of depression, and now the once-isolated rancher and his young California guy in search of himself are together on Brett’s Texas ranch.

While Brett and JT are more in love than ever, they’re still dealing … Continue reading

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Review: Grayson Knight – Forbidden Lust (Novocaine #1)

Author: Grayson Knight
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Self-pub
Genre: MM Erotica

Summary:

Jackson has never felt anything from his mother. All his life she treated him badly and he thought he would never have anything good in his life. That is until Cole came on the scene. Cole was in his early forties, and he was kind, handsome and built from pure muscle. The only problem was he was about to marry Jackson’s mum, but he was all that Jackson … Continue reading

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Review: Wade Kelly – No, Jocks Don’t Date Guys

Author: Wade Kelly
Reviewer: Stephen
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

What is a sexy soccer stud supposed to do when “following family tradition” falls 180 degrees opposite his closeted ideal?

From birth, Chris Jackson has been schooled on how to land a cheerleader. After all, his father married one, and his father’s father before him. Heck, even his older brother married a stereotypical cheerleader the summer before Chris went off to college. For two years, Chris dodges invasive … Continue reading

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Review: Ryan Loveless – Last Chance Charlie

Author: Ryan Loveless
Reviewer: Stephen
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Charlie Corcoran is the best thing about twenty-five-year old Zach Prentiss’s life. Sure, they’ve never met. Charlie’s never seen Zach from the neck up, but because of Charlie, for a few hours Zach can forget about his sick father, his falling grades, and his dwindling clientele who don’t like that he’s a rentboy who ages. With Charlie, he talks online about comics, cars, and movies. Then a new … Continue reading

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Review: Lynn Kelling – Becoming Kerry

Author: Lynn Kelling
Reviewer: Wendy
Publisher: Fantastic Fiction
Genre: Mm

Summary: Kerry Sanderson’s life is falling apart. He’s crushing himself to fit into the boxes others have put him in: dutiful son, good boyfriend, real man. But even the small rebellions he’s fought for himself—moving into a sketchy part of town and becoming an exotic dancer—aren’t giving him the freedom he needs. Ewyn Garrity, a security guard at the gay club where Kerry dances, has found himself in protecting … Continue reading

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Review: Tara Lain – Cataclysmic Shift (The Aloysius Tales #3)

Author: Tara Lain
Reviewer: Toni
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Paranormal

Summary:

Second Edition
Aloysius, the magical black cat and powerful witch’s familiar, isn’t afraid to go into battle to protect his master, but the outcome of the fight turns his feline world upside down. A direct hit of magic steals not only his memories and power, but even the body he’s lived in for several centuries. When he wakes up naked on the floor of a veterinarian’s office, … Continue reading

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Audio Review: TJ Klune – Until You (At First Sight #3)

Author: TJ Klune
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Michael Lesley

Summary:

Sequel to The Queen & the Homo Jock King

Together with their families and friends, Paul Auster and Vincent Taylor request the honor of your company at the celebration of their marriage.

Paul Auster and Vince Taylor just want to have a simple wedding. Really, is that too much to ask?

As the big day approaches, they struggle to keep everything from spiraling out of … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Lane Hayes – Better Than Chance (Better Than #2)

Author: Lane Hayes
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Tyler Stevens

Summary:

Jay Reynolds has a crush on his project leader at work, but an office romance with Peter Morgan isn’t likely to happen since Peter is straight. Worse, Jay soon fears Peter is homophobic, and his initial infatuation turns to loathing. But one fateful night, Jay is forced to acknowledge things aren’t quite as they seem with Peter. Suddenly, his crush is back and unbelievably, Peter … Continue reading

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