Review: Claire Castle – Snowflakes and Cinnamon Buns

Author: Claire Castle
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: Cameron Pearce loves to work hard and play hard. Living in New York City, means lots of men and lots of variety. He isn’t looking for love.
When he goes to his small hometown Dickensville for Christmas, food, friends, family and seeing his best friend Levi are what’s on the agenda. He also hopes for some friends-with-benefits enjoyment.
Levi Jones owns and runs his own … Continue reading

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Review: Lissa Kasey – Model Exposure (Haven Investigations #4)

Author: Lissa Kasey
Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

After being rescued by Ollie, Kade continues to suffer the aftermath of his ordeal, both physically and psychologically. Not knowing how else to clear his head, he pours his energy into Ollie—the love of his life—and Haven Investigations, but neither Ollie nor Kade can continue to ignore what they learned from their last case: Ollie’s brother, Nathan, might have betrayed Kade.

As they dig into Ollie’s past, secrets … Continue reading

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Review: Jodi Payne – Creative Process

Author: Jodi Payne
Reviewer: Wendy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Best-selling thriller author Reese Kelsey knows his career isn’t conducive to romance. He doesn’t work the normal nine-to-five, and sometimes his characters take hold and demand all his attention, causing him to neglect important appointments… and lovers. Rather than go through another heartbreak, Reese contents himself with his small circle of friends—fellow gay New York City artists—and his dedicated publicist, Chad.

Until he sees Owen Mercado lugging his … Continue reading

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Review: Erin McLellan – Life On Pause

Author: Erin McLellan
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Genre: Mm Contemporary

Summary: Niles Longfellow is a nerd, and not the trendy type of nerd, either. He wears a historically accurate homesteader costume to work every day, has a total of one friend, and doesn’t know how to talk to guys. So when he gets a flat tire and the hottest hipster ever stops to help him, all Niles can think is that he’s wearing his stupid cowboy getup. Normally, … Continue reading

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Review: Caraway Carter – PS

Author: Caraway Carter
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Mm Contemporary

Summary: Looking back, it was kind of crazy to put a down payment on a fallen-down train depot I’d never actually seen, in a state I’d never actually been to, and use it to build a life with a guy I’d never actually met, but love makes people do crazy things. If you’ve ever been in love, you know what I mean.

But before the plane had … Continue reading

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Review: A.M. Arthur – Uniquely Us (Us #3)

Author: A.M. Arthur
Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Briggs-King Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Taro Ichikawa needs his weekly routines. Working from home as a programmer allows him to work around his constant struggle with anxiety and OCD—everything from exact meal times to his weekly dinner dates with his best friend Cris Sable. Openly demisexual, he’s comfortable knowing he’s different from most, and he’s content being single—until he breaks routine to attend Cris’s birthday party and makes an unexpected new friend.

Dell … Continue reading

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Review: Jay Bell – Something Like Hail (Something Like #9)

Author: Jay Bell
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

When life closes every door, and the world has taken away all opportunities, sometimes it’s up to us to make our own luck—and to give ourselves a second chance.

Noah Westwood is tired of life on the streets, so he turns to Marcello Maltese, a man who owns a small media empire… and a few covert businesses, such as an escort service. Noah volunteers for this, but he’s … Continue reading

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Review: MJ O’Shea – Game Point (Dreamspun Desires)

Author: MJ O’Shea
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Game, set… match made in heaven.

Spoiled socialite Quinn Valenzuela has no interest in sports or his family’s huge sporting goods empire, Sparta Athletics. So when Quinn learns his grandfather has died and he’s in control of the corporation, no one is more surprised than Quinn himself.

Dedicated COO Porter Davis has little time and less patience for brats like Quinn who have never done a day’s work, … Continue reading

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Review: Sloan Parker – How to Heal A Life (The Haven #2)

Author: Sloan Parker
Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: Sloan Parker Press
Genre: MM

Summary: Seth Fisher has been to hell and back, but he has no intention of letting the torment of his past destroy his future. He thinks he’s doing good. He’s working again, talking, laughing, living. But everyone else still sees him as broken.

Except for one man. Raymond Vargas.

If only Seth could leave his apartment alone without a panic attack, then he could prove to everyone he’s … Continue reading

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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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