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: Annabeth Albert – Tender with a Twist (Rainbow Cove #2)

Author: Annabeth Albert
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Self-pub
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

One kinky wood carver. One younger chef looking to try new things. A series of lessons that bring both men more than they bargained for…

Curtis Hunt has made a name for himself as a chainsaw wood carver, winning national competitions and operating a small business in Rainbow Cove, Oregon. As winter whittles away his tourist traffic, his goal is just to survive the season and try to not … Continue reading

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Tour: Nic Starr – Patrick’s Savior (Heroes #3)

What makes a hero?

Way back when I first thought of my Heroes series, I had an idea of the type of heroes I wanted to portray. I wanted my main characters to be ordinary men who are heroes in the eyes of those who love them. They may not save the world or put their lives on the line, or maybe they do 😊, but their actions are heroic. So my series, as well as featuring fire-fighters … Continue reading

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Review: James Buchanan – The Family Eternal (Deputy Joe #5)

Author: James Buchanan
Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: MLR Press
Genre: MM

Summary: When the body of a young woman is found in a burning rental cabin, Deputy Joe Peterson and newly minted Fire Inspector Kabe Varghese must learn to work together to find out who she is and why she died.

Folks will tell you that family is second only to God in Utah. But what brings strength to some can sow sorrow with others.

On a bleak winter morning, … 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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Review: B.G. Thomas – Blue

Author: B.G. Thomas
Reviewer: Stephen
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Blue McCoy has lived on the streets for a long time, surviving by his wits and doing what he must, and he’s not above using his youthful appearance and air of innocence to his advantage. It’s not an easy life, but he’s happy. He has everything he really needs: the clothes on his back, a house to squat in, a sweet dog. Everything except that special someone to … Continue reading

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Review: L.A. Witt – Rank & File (Anchor Point #4)

Author: L.A. Witt
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Senior Chief Will Curtis is as straitlaced as they come. While his fellow Sailors have partied their way through their enlistments, he’s had his eye on the prize—making master chief and retiring after thirty years of service.

Lieutenant Brent Jameson is a Navy brat turned Annapolis grad. He’s lived and breathed the military his whole life, and he knows he’s destined for great things—once he’s done paying his … 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: Vicktor Alexander – Life Is Not a Musical

Author: Vicktor Alexander
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: MLR Press
Genre: Mm contemporary

Summary: When Nathaniel “Than” Kelly is told to uncover and report on the secrets in widowed billionaire, viral sensation, single dad, Dominic Montgomery’s closet on why he’s so hell bent in giving his daughter the world, he doesn’t expect to lose his heart in the process; but it may be too late to earn forgiveness of a man who has already experienced loss and betrayal.

Widowed, billionaire father, … Continue reading

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Review: A.M. Arthur – Foundation of Trust (Cost Of Repairs #5)

Author: A.M. Arthur
Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: Briggs-King Books
Genre: MM

Summary: David Weller thought he had it all—a loving partner who gave him a ring, a “stepson” he adored, a steady job he didn’t hate, and so much hope for their future. But in the wake of a devastating diagnosis, everything came crashing down. Four years after Owen dumped him, David is still sifting through the rubble of his life. His catering partnership is the only thing … Continue reading

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