Kay Berrisford – The Merman and the Barbarian Pirate

mermanAuthor: Kay Berrisford
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Less Than Three
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN: 9781620043981

Summary: Raef, a lonely merman, spends his days watching the dashing Lord Haverford from afar and dreaming of love. When Haverford is robbed by a pirate, Raef vows to reclaim the stolen goods, hoping his victory will buy him the happiness he yearns for with Haverford.

But Jon Kemp does not match what Raef knows about pirates, and the simple quest Raef anticipated turns out to … Continue reading

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Kay Berrisford – Bad Slave

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Author: Kay Berrisford
Reviewed by:
Lexi
Publisher:
LooseID
Genre:
M/M Slave
ISBN 13:

Summary: When the king commands former war hero Captain Jay Ghair to find him the perfect royal sex slave, Jay’s quiet new life as a librarian is shattered. Jay discovers the boy he’s looking for in Alix, a lowly miner and wannabe court scientist, whom Jay can’t help but secretly adore. However, teaching the rebellious Alix to be a docile slave is difficult. Alix will behave for just one man, and … Continue reading

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Kay Berrisford – Bound to the Beast

Author: Kay Berrisford
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Loose Id
Genre: M/M Fantasy
ISBN 13:9781611188127
 

    This book was a bit of a letdown after reading Bound For The Forest.  It seems that this book should have come first.  Herne the Hunter was given immortality and the ability to lead the Wild Hunt over fifteen hundred years ago by the goddess herself.  Now he is mostly legend and woodsman living a lonely existence deep within the Greenwood.  Tam is a young man from … Continue reading

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Kay Berrisford – Bound for the Forest


Author: Kay Berrisford
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Loose Id
Genre: M/M Fantasy
ISBN 13: 9781611185539

The world building in this book was absolutely excellent. The myths and lore that Ms Berrisford spun through out the story were worth reading alone. Melmoth Brien is deeply in debt so returns to his ancestral home which he hates deep in the Greenwood of England. When Brien arrives at his ruined home he finds that a young man named Scarlet has beaten him to … Continue reading

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