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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Caroline Stephens – Pendragon’s Legacy

Author: Caroline Stephens
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Fantasy
ISBN 13:9781613723708

 

I love a good fantasy story but unfortunately this book started off bad and just got worse.  Ms Stephens has potential as an author and with some skill sharpening may one day be a good author.

Dean Ryder is an ex-cop turned private investigator.  He is fairly insecure because his family does not approve of his line of work.  The story opens with Dean in the hospital recovering from a gun shot … Continue reading

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Rick R. Reed – VGL Male Seeks Same

Author: Rick R. Reed
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Amber Allure
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781602724303

 

Since the only other thing I have read by Mr. Reed was IM, which scared the living hell out of me, I wasn’t sure how this one was going to go. Like Stephen King writing a love story, I thought. Stephen King should be so lucky.

Ethan is 42 years old, and all he wants is someone to come home to, share a life with.  He thought his job and … Continue reading

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M.J. O’Shea – Stroke


Author: M.J. O’Shea
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781613723197

 

My, oh my.  I noticed this because of the title, and was lucky enough that this was such a lovely story.  I will admit, books about online lovers are a favorite genre of mine.  Something so delicious about getting to know someone completely based on words, and then seeing if the real life person is as good.

Owen Peters is a senior college student and a member of the rowing … Continue reading

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Piper Vaughn and MJ O’Shea – Moonlight Becomes You (Lucky Moon #1)

Author: Piper Vaughn, MJ O’Shea
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Loose ID
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781611185447

 

** WARNING: spoiler alert ** I wavered between 4 and 5 for this. I was thinking 4 because it really needed more information on the backstory. Had I not read the prequel, I think I wouldn’t have understood the love between Jesse and Shane, which made what happened so much more painful. Ultimately I decided on a 5 because so very often, in stories of this kind, the betrayal happens.  … Continue reading

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Rick R. Reed- IM

Author: Rick R. Reed
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Quest
Genre: M/M Horror
ISBN 13: 9781932300796

 

This book took me so much longer to read than normal, because I kept having to put it down. I’ve always been a big fan of horror/mystery books, but one just scared the hell out of me. At one point, I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to finish it. I had to have my hand held through the entire last half, and STILL put it down at least … Continue reading

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L.A. Witt – Where There’s Smoke

Author: L.A. Witt
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Loose Id
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
ISBN 13: 9781611187380

 

L.A. Witt has given readers an enjoyable look into politics with this book.  Jesse Cameron and Simone Lancaster seem to be the happily married Hollywood movie stars that America loves but looks are deceiving.  Jesse and Simone are on the brink of divorce after Jesse tells the fragile Simone that he’s gay.  The two are still good friends who love each other but just not in the bedroom.  The Cameron family … Continue reading

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Sharon Maria Bidwell – Nights in Pink Satin


Author: Sharon Maria Bidwell
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781605212371

 

I was going to give this a 4, due to drac…..errr….VINCENT. Denial to yourself is one thing, and its frustrating, but denial that hurts someone else, something I hate. I don’t care how old and powerful he is, Vincent is so caught up in “I can’t be” that he was downright annoying.  He is shopping for a new coffin lining for the annual Cotillion (that … Continue reading

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Jessica Lee – On Thin Ice

Author: Jessica Lee
Reviewed by: Kevin
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781607354772

 

I really liked this story. It’s an interesting variation on a lion/wolf relationship where the lion, Silas, is so naturally dominant that as Alpha of his Pride doesn’t even consider another way of living. He’s not trying to prove anything (like so many Alphas) – it’s just the natural order of things as far as he is concerned. He lives as he wants and takes what he wants, never really connecting … Continue reading

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