A More Perfect Union by J.M. Snyder is the third and final book in the “Between the States” series. It picks up several months after the second book, Beneath a Yankee Sky and wraps up the series with a strong and interesting storyline as it started out with. Once again, Brance and Caleb easily captured my attention and heart with their struggle and determination to find a life for … Continue reading
This book was a work of fiction but it was also a wakeup call to all young men both gay and straight. There are gangs of sexual predators out there that will abuse your body and your mind. I was almost put off this book because of the warning about violence and rape but figured what the hell. The rape scenes were well done and … Continue reading
Warning: Contains spoilers for the first book in this series, Dark Horse. It also is not recommended to read ‘Out of the Darkness’ as a standalone.
This book is a sequel to ‘Dark Horse’, which introduces us to the main characters’ of Dan, Jeff and Evan and again is told from Dan’s point of view. At the end of Dark Horse, Dan … Continue reading
Without Sin is a story of two high school boys who meet while attending a Catholic all boys’ boarding school. This story is told in alternating points of view of the two main characters. Avery, the older of the two boys, is a senior at St. Thomas Aquinas. Jacob is a new student who is starting his sophomore year as a result of being expelled from the public … Continue reading
David is a corporate lawyer, working at a law firm in America. On the evening of the trip to Bangkok, where he will be over overseeing the sale of the chain of hotels, his boss and lover, Bernie, unceremoniously dumped him. Since he is all about work, David continues on with the trip.
While Bangkok is noted for its hedonism and sex, … Continue reading
This anthology contains three novellas, as well as a Lords of the Underworld bonus guide. The bonus guide is very reminiscent of J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Insiders Guide. This guide contains a biography of all the Lords, along with a question and answer section with Kresley Cole (which seemed odd, as she doesn’t write LOTU), a behind the scenes look at how Ms Showalter … Continue reading
This book was plain old awesome. RJ Scott has become known for her HEA stories but this was one of her best yet. Cody Garret was almost killed by his abusive partner who was subsequently sent to prison. Cody couldn’t pull it together home in Baltimore with his ex now out of jail. The Garrets own property over in England so Cody decides to get away from everything and fix … Continue reading
Soul Reapers are the collectors of souls to bring to Sutekh, who feeds off them. The more evil the soul, the more Sutekh likes it. He has followers, reapers and even half human sons.
The book begins with a Soul Reaper, Dagan Krayl, a son of Sutekh, appearing in a squalid Chicago tenement room. He is there to collect the Darksoul of a murderer, one rape’s, tortures and … Continue reading
This is a fun short story (less than 60 pages) from J.M. Snyder. Greg Chennault is a young kid who gets interested in golf as his home is set just off the fairway of a golf course. While a teenager, he gets a job caddying for a man, Trevor Johns, at this golf club that lasts throughout his high school years. During his time as Mr. Johns’ caddy, … Continue reading
Warning: Contains spoilers for the previous book in this series. It is not recommended to read this book as a standalone.
This short story is a follow up/companion story to the novel ‘Stepping Up to the Plate’. The main character of this short is one of the secondary characters in the first novel – Ange. It is unclear exactly how long after the action of the first book … Continue reading