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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Review: David Levithan – Boy Meets Boy

Author: David Levithan
Reviewer: Stephen
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday
Genre: Young Adult

Summary:

This is the story of Paul, a sophomore at a high school like no other: The cheerleaders ride Harleys, the homecoming queen used to be a guy named Daryl (she now prefers Infinite Darlene and is also the star quarterback), and the gay-straight alliance was formed to help the straight kids learn how to dance.

When Paul meets Noah, he thinks he’s found the one … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Tara Lain – Cowboys Don’t Ride Unicorns (Cowboys Don’t #2)

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

Narrator: K.C. Kelly

Summary:
Cowboy Danny Boone—a name he made up one drunken night and has regretted ever since—harbors a big past and yearns for a small future. A short, bright career as a champion bull rider almost ended in his death when his homophobic father discovered Danny was gay. Now Danny longs for a plot of land he can build a ranch house on and enough money … Continue reading

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Review: V.L. Locey – Open Net (Caluga Cougars #2)

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Author: V.L. Locey
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher:
Genre: Mm sports

Summary: August Miles has the world on a string professionally.

Augie, as his friends and teammates call the unassuming young goaltender, is on the fast track to the pros. The starting goalie for the Cayuga Cougars, he has a year or two in Cayuga to hone his skills and all his career dreams will have come true. Pity his personal life isn’t riding the same high. He’s the … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Tara Lain – Cowboys Don’t Come Out (Cowboys Don’t #1)

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

Narrator: KC Kelly

Summary:
Rand McIntyre settles for good enough. He loves his small California ranch, raising horses, and teaching riding to the kids he adores—but having kids of his own and someone to love means coming out, and that would jeopardize everything he’s built. Then, despite his terror of flying, he goes on a holiday to Hana, Hawaii, with his parents and meets the dark and mysterious … Continue reading

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Review: TJ Klune – The Long and Winding Road (Bear, Otter, and the Kid #4)

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

Summary:

Family is not always defined by blood. It’s defined by those who make us whole—those who make us who we are.

And here, at the end, Bear and Otter will be tested like they’ve never been before.

There’s a knock at the door from a little girl who has nowhere else to go.

There’s a phone ringing, bringing news they do not expect.

There’s a brother returning home … Continue reading

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