Review: Kassandra Lea – Winter Home: A Holiday to Remember

Author: Kassandra Lea
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Mischief Corner
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: It’s Christmastime and the snow is falling. Restoring an old Victorian manor has been keeping contractor Brett Hawkins busy. The project’s meant to be complete by Christmas, but there’s no way he can get it done in time, especially with the big day right around the corner.

Meanwhile, his beloved Manuel Aguilar is grappling with depression, and he’s consumed by guilt that it’s kept him from putting … Continue reading

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Review: Cate Ashwood- Cruising


Author: Cate Ashwood
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Mm Contemporary

Summary: Best friends Dylan and Jake have been inseparable since college, but Dylan has one secret he can’t bring himself to share with Jake—he’s completely, utterly in love with him.

Jake’s friendship is the most important thing in the world to Dylan, so as much as it hurts to see him with other people, Dylan keeps his mouth shut about his true feelings. When Jake wins … Continue reading

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Review: Clare London – The Peppermint Schnapps Predicament

Author: Clare London
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: Frankie Faraday is a promising young salesperson at Mason’s Emporium. Bill Mason is his boss, the son of the store’s founder, and the object of Frankies long-suffering, deeply devoted crush. Bill is steady and sober; Frankie is frivolous and flaky. Or so they seem to each other, until the night of the annual inventory, when they’re trapped together in the Seasonal Gifts storeroom, with nothing but candy … Continue reading

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Review: Eli Easton – Desperately Seeking Santa

Author: Eli Easton
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Mm holiday

Summary: Journalism student Gabe Martin gets his first professional assignment—to write about a Christmas charity dinner that benefits a children’s home. It sounds like a total snooze-fest until Gabe learns that the event’s Santa is a mystery man. He shows up in costume and no one has a clue who he is. Uncovering Santa’s identity sounds like the perfect angle to turn a fluff piece into serious journalism.

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Review: DJ Jamison – Yours For the Holiday

Author: DJ Jamison
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: KDP
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: Fresh off a break-up, Remy is in no mood to share a room with his brother’s best friend during a holiday stay at home. Jason Hendricks has always treated him like a little brother to tease and taunt, all the more embarrassing because Remy has secretly crushed on the jerk since puberty. But when Jason confides he’s bisexual, Remy realizes the crush he loves to hate could be … Continue reading

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Review: Christian Baines – Skin

Author: Christian Baines
Reviewer: Wendy
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Kyle, a young newcomer to New Orleans, is haunted by the memory of his first lover, brutally murdered just outside the French Quarter.

Marc, a young Quarter hustler, is haunted by an eccentric spirit that shares his dreams, and by the handsome but vicious lover who shares his bed.

When the barrier between these men comes down, it will prove thinner than the veil between the living … Continue reading

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Review: Chris Ethan – Jingle Spell

Author: Chris Ethan
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: It’s the most horrible time of the year.
Smooches under mistletoes and tacky reindeer decorations.
Newly single, Davey has had enough of wasting his love and having his heart broken. Better to be single, he decides. No more dates. No more falling in love. No more dreaming of happy ever afters. Those are for movies.
He’s resolute.
And then Avery steps … Continue reading

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Review: Stephanie Hoyt – A Holiday Ruse


Author: Stephanie Hoyt
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: NineStar Press
Genre: FF Holiday

Summary: Kezia’s been harboring feelings for Magdalena for what feels like an eternity. She’s made peace with that. But when her happily committed best friend is suddenly single, that peace is disturbed. Especially when Magdalena comes to Kezia asking for a huge, unreasonable favor. Kezia doesn’t know how to say no, even though she knows she should. Will she be able to maintain her composure while … Continue reading

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Review: Laura Bailo – A Special Delivery

Author: Laura Bailo
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: NineStar Press
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: Colin only meant to take a wrongly delivered package to a house a few streets over. But a sudden snowstorm leaves him with no option but to beg shelter from his unknown neighbour James. During the course of a long night, a cozy fire, a little hot chocolate and the snow outside conspire to draw the two men closer. But will their connection outlast the storm?

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Review: Asta Idonea – Of Printers and Presents

Author: Asta Idonea
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: NineStar Press
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: Colleagues Ford and Vaughan have long admired each other from afar, but Vaughan’s shyness and Ford’s emotional hang-ups have meant that neither has made a move. That all changes when they draw each other’s name in the office Secret Santa.

Review: I liked the idea of this one – Ford and Vaughn work for the same company and each wants to be with the other but both … Continue reading

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