Love Tattoo is written in alternating point of view, first person of Cara, and third person focus on Will. Cara is a country singer, on her way to Nashville for a last try at stardom. A random bathroom stop in a very early morning brings her face to face with Will, a Shakespeare quoting truck driver. Within minutes of meeting, they are locked in a kiss and Cara … Continue reading
The second book in the Southern Cross series did not fail to entertain though it was much like Netting Neptune. This story found Theron’s brother, Austin, vacationing on St. Lucia and running into the bi curious Steve. The two men click and are in bed before you know it having a consensual vacation fling. The Southern Cross has a way of making guests fall in love whether you want just a fling … Continue reading
It was immensely interesting to see the note in the beginning of the book, which tells us that the book was inspired by a photo taken at a real life Pride parade. I did go look at the picture first, and it gave me a great visual in my head for the story.
That being said, the story itself is very short, told is alternating POV, starting with Ben, who is jogging … Continue reading
This was a decent Sci-Fi story with great world building. I found the blurb to be misleading in the fact the a majority of this story focused on a second set of MC’s. I think that they were more fleshed out and therefore more interesting. I had some difficulty connecting with either set of MC’s too much due to the constant POV shifts. Overall, it was an … Continue reading
This was a sweet, well put together story. Mars Manchester is a struggling gay actor who is relationship shy. Reed Keeting is Mars’ straight roommate and fellow struggling actor who goes through girlfriends like a tsunami. Mars life and career take off when he lands a job on a soap opera playing a gay man. Mars fears being typecast as a gay role player until Reed gets a part on the show … Continue reading
This was a fun, lightweight beach read. Colby Denton owns a small resort on the beach on St. Lucia. He is throwing himself his 39th birthday party. He has had many vacation flings but never anything serious. Theron Bowman is trying to put his life in order and goes to St. Lucia to think. Colby and Theron meet on the beach and have some great casual sex but can life alone in paradise … Continue reading
This is probably the hardest review I’ve had to write because I do not have anything positive to say about this story. So I’m going to start with letting you know how this is truly a personal opinion and has nothing to do with the author’s talent or the quality of the book. All I can say is what I disliked about it and let other readers form their … Continue reading
I found this book to be a nice piece of fluff for a cloudy afternoon. Bobby Duke is the multi-millionaire head of Duke enterprises and about to take over and dismantle Kelly’s Department Store. Evan “Flood” Stewart is a men’s clothing buyer for Kelly’s and a water caller for Dark Horse. Bobby goes into Kelly’s early the day of the acquisition and meets Evan at his counter where there’s an instant attraction. Evan … Continue reading
There is something annoying about this book for me and I’m not sure what exactly it was. I can’t decide if it was the fact that once Julian and Ryan hook up, Ryan says “Julian” or “Jules” ad nauseum. That could have been it. Or, it could have been that the blurb is definitely misleading, in that this is a paranormal book, not a contemporary (which is what I thought it was). … Continue reading
This historical set in the early war time of 1940’s makes for an exciting read when it comes to the battle and the charming nature of the high-flier Jack. With its detailed descriptions and the vast array of characters it is never dull and manages to create anticipation even in the times of peace.
Arthur Edward ‘Jack’ Ratigan is a bomber pilot with a cocky attitude, charming personality and a disarming … Continue reading