J.S. Cook – Sixteen Songs About Regret

SIXTEEN

Author: J.S. Cook
Reviewed by: 
Vivian
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Genre: 
M/M  Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781623804930

Summary:   

Prodigy pianist Simon Duckworth has a dark past. After being violently raped when he was thirteen, he flees to London, ashamed and determined never to tell a soul. He gets a job at a Denmark Street music shop, but it stifles him. At the first opportunity, Simon answers an ad for a musician, an act that changes his life forever.

Stephen Abednego has seen the same ad. He arrives … Continue reading

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J.S. Cook – But Not For Me

but not for me

Author: J.S. Cook
Reviewed by: Aggie
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Genre: M/M Suspense
ISBN 13: N/A
 

Summary:

Gangster Nino Moretti’s world is a series of contrasts between extreme wealth and abject poverty, an unstable existence punctuated by booze and bullets. For Nino, the gangster lifestyle is even more dangerous because he is a finnochio—a gay man—in a position of absolute power at the head of his own criminal organization.

When Nino rescues beautiful mob accountant Stanley Zadwadzki from a violent assault at … Continue reading

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