Charlie Richards – Werewolf at the Zoo


Author:
 Charlie Richards
Reviewed by:
Kevin
Publisher:
eXtasy Books
Genre:
M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13:
9781554878758

This is the first in a series of shifter books by Charlie Richards, which center on the story of a pack of Irish werewolves who have immigrated to the mountains of Colorado. It is an engaging romance featuring Rainy and Cliff, two sexy werewolves who fall in love respectively with a brother and sister who work at a local zoo. The interaction between Rainy and Travis, as well … Continue reading

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RJ Scott – Oracle


Author:
 RJ Scott
Reviewed by:
Don
Publisher:
Silver Publishing
Genre:
M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13: 
9781920468071

This was a great read with likable characters and a good pace. Alex Sherridan is a thief with paranormal abilities but no memory of his youth before age 7. He was washed up on the shores of Greece with scars carved into his body, which he later had covered with tattoos along the lines of the scars. Luke McKinnon is a linguistic scholar hired to interpret ancient Greek scrolls … Continue reading

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RJ Scott – The Christmas Throwaway


Author:
 RJ Scott
Reviewed by:
Don
Publisher:
Silver Publishing
Genre:
M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 
9781920468446

R.J. Scott has outdone herself once again with this newest book.  Zach Weston is a 17 year old throwaway, beaten severely by his homophobic father and kicked out of his home at gun point when he refused to join the army.  Alone, starving and cold, Zach is rustled out of a beautiful Christmas dream while sleeping on a snow covered bench by Officer Ben Hamilton.  It’s Christmas Eve and … Continue reading

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Zach Sweets – Luscious Love


Author:
 Zach Sweets
Reviewed by:
Lucy
Publisher:
Smashwords
Genre:
M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13:
N/A

This is a very sweet story about Wendell, a deaf man who is desperately looking for a job.  He sees an ad for Lusicous  Love, a chocolate shop, and is happy to get an interview it’s Caleb, the owner. Even better, Caleb is big, burly and bearish, just what Wendell likes in a man.  As he gets nervous about the interview, you want to hug him, being afraid of … Continue reading

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Erica Spindler – Blood Vines


Author:
 Erica Spindler
Reviewed by:
Chad
Publisher:
St. Martin’s Press
Genre:
M/F Mystery
ISBN 13: 
9780312363932

Another stellar and entertaining Erica Spindler book! I completely loved this story! Spindler never disappoints me at all in her novels.

I’ve been reading her for years and she just keeps getting better with each new novel that is released. ‘Blood Vines’ is a very fast-paced suspense novel with Spindler’s signature romantic elements thrown in the mix, the characters are all very complex and … Continue reading

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Gena Showalter – Darkest Surrender


Author:
 Gena Showalter
Reviewed by:
Tara
Publisher:
HQN
Genre:
M/F Paranormal
ISBN 13:
9780373775811

Strider has wanted Kaia since he first laid eyes on her, but he is unwilling to give in for one simple reason- she was with his friend, Paris (Promiscuity), first.  Saddled with the demon of defeat as a punishment for opening Pandora’s Box, he is unable to lose any contest without suffering unbearable pain for days.  Strider may be fabulous in bed, but there … Continue reading

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J.M. Snyder – Under a Confederate Moon

Reviewed by: Daisiemae
Publisher: Amber Quill Press
Genre: M/M Paranormal, Historical
ISBN 13: 9781602720756

“Under the Confederate Moon” by J.M. Snyder is a very addictive read from start to finish.  It is the first book in the “Between the States” series, and it has a refreshingly original take on shape-shifters that left me anxious to the read next book in the series as soon as I finished it.

Caleb has been living with a secret for a long time.  … Continue reading

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Lee Silver – The Twist


Author:
 Lee Silver
Reviewed by:
Daisiemae
Publisher:
BookStrand
Genre:
M/F Thriller
ISBN 13:
9781606011751

When I picked up The Twist by Lee Silver, I really didn’t know what to expect.  I admit I’ve never read anything by this author before, and after I read the blurb, I hoped to read something that was unique and romantic that was told in a way that I’ve never read before. Whew! Be careful what you ask for because The Twist was one … Continue reading

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J.M. Snyder – Carey’d Away


Author:
 J.M. Snyder
Reviewed by:
Daisiemae
Publisher:
Amber Allure
Genre:
M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13:
9781602725058

Carey’d Away by J.M. Snyder is a fast paced and flirty story.  The opposites attract storyline is one of my favorite themes.  I thoroughly enjoyed this glimpse of two interesting and sexy heroes, and hopefully this is the beginning of a loving and long-term relationship between them.

Carey Thornton is tired of being the only single guy within his small group of friends.  Lately … Continue reading

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Lisa Marie Rice – Into the Crossfire


Author:
 Lisa Marie Rice
Reviewed by:
Daisiemae
Publisher:
Avon Red
Genre:
M/F Suspense
ISBN 13:
9780061808265

Into the Crossfire by Lisa Marie Rice is a rollercoaster ride of suspense, drama and romance.  As the first book in the Protector series, it definitely starts the series off with a big bang.  The chemistry between the uber-sexy hero with a heart of gold and the gorgeous, intelligent heroine; this book kept me glued to my e-reader until the very last word.

Sam Reston is used … Continue reading

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