Review: Sarah Hadley Brooke – Eggplant Highlights and Mustard Yellow Jeans

Author: Sarah Hadley Brooke
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: Mm Contemporary

Summary: Seth Robinson manages a local kitchen boutique and has had a crush on a customer who frequents the shop. Though too shy to start up a conversation about anything other than kitchen appliances or the newest cooking gadget, Seth still hopes to catch the other’s eye. Seth has a tendency to change his hair color a lot, and when he gets purple highlights, it finally sparks … Continue reading

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Review: Leigh M. Lorien – Jigs and Reels

Author: Leigh M. Lorien
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: Mm

Summary: Elijah works in a cubicle, lives with his parents, and never goes on dates. It isn’t an exciting life, but it’s safe and easy and that’s good enough.

Then he meets Peter, a whirlwind of a man who leads a traveling renaissance band. Peter represents everything Eli usually avoids, but his boisterous enthusiasm is infectious… and his band needs a fiddle player.

When Eli agrees to fill … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Lane Hayes – The Right Time (Right and Wrong #3)

Author: Lane Hayes
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Michael Ferraiuolo

Summary:

Workaholic Nate Erickson is a successful real estate developer who thrives on long hours and stress. When a Los Angeles project prompts him to relocate to Santa Monica, he welcomes the change of scenery. Nate has always considered romantic entanglements trouble, but his sexy next-door neighbor isn’t easy to ignore. Which makes no sense, because Nate is straight… or so he’s always thought.

Alex Reyes … Continue reading

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Review: Pat Henshaw – Waking the Behr (Foothills Pride #7)

Author: Pat Henshaw
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Mm Contemporary

Summary: Both Ben and Mitch think they know exactly what they want. Turns out, they don’t even know their own hearts.

Good old boy Ben has dated women his entire life, while gay nightclub owner Mitch has never considered unsophisticated country boys his type. But after they start hanging out, the small-town contractor and the urban entrepreneur are both stunned by the electricity sparking between them.

As they … Continue reading

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Review: Rian Durant – Honey and Heat

Author: Rian Durant
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: NineStar Press
Genre: Mm

Summary: Linden has only one thing on his mind a few days away from Christmas—his pending university exams. That is, until he meets his neighbors’ son who has returned for the holidays. Brice Stevens is gorgeous, but he’s insufferable.

It’s Linden’s first love, and he falls hard for Brice, despite Brice’s occasionally aloof and cool behavior. It’s an emotional ride for both of them while Linden takes a crash … Continue reading

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Review: Brandon Witt – Deeds & Confetti (Mary’s Boys #4)

Author: Brandon Witt
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Steven Conley loves the excitement of owning his own Hamburger Mary’s restaurant in Denver, Colorado, and his chosen family of coworkers makes life even better. Steven never regretted leaving the corporate grind behind until his father’s harsh deathbed words leaves him doubting himself.

Ryan Fuller abandoned a lucrative career to start his own party-planning business, but he keeps afloat by coordinating funerals for the local mortuary. When Ryan … Continue reading

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Review: Sam Burns – Strike Up the Band


Author: Sam Burns
Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: Self  published
Genre: MM, Contemporary

Summary: Jake McKenna doesn’t want to be here. He doesn’t want to be on tour, he doesn’t want to be playing guitar, and he definitely doesn’t want anything to do with Brian Mulholland. He’s biding his time until the tour is over so that he can walk away from his music career for good.

Brian didn’t ask to be here. Okay, maybe he did. Fine, you … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Elle Brownlee – Two for Trust (Dreamspun Desires #34)

Author: Elle Brownlee
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Andrew McFerrin

Summary:
A fairy-tale vacation—if he can get the ending right.

American nurse Finch Mason steps beyond the comfort of his orderly life and takes a dream trip to England, complete with a National Trust Pass so he can visit numerous historical sites. At the first one on his list, he’s warmly welcomed—and told he bought a pass good for two.

Finch doesn’t hesitate to offer … Continue reading

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Review: Wade Kelly – No, Jocks Don’t Date Guys

Author: Wade Kelly
Reviewer: Stephen
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

What is a sexy soccer stud supposed to do when “following family tradition” falls 180 degrees opposite his closeted ideal?

From birth, Chris Jackson has been schooled on how to land a cheerleader. After all, his father married one, and his father’s father before him. Heck, even his older brother married a stereotypical cheerleader the summer before Chris went off to college. For two years, Chris dodges invasive … Continue reading

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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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