Audio Review: K.C. Wells – Out of the Shadows (Dreamspun Desires #20)

Author: K.C. Wells
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Finn Sterling

Summary:

Can he step out of the shadows and into love’s light?

Eight years ago, Christian Hernandez moved to Jamaica Plain in southern Boston, took refuge in his apartment, and cut himself off from the outside world. And that’s how he’d like it to stay.

Josh Wendell has heard his coworkers gossip about the occupant of apartment #1. No one sees the mystery man, and Josh … Continue reading

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Review: K.C. Wells and Parker Williams – An Unlocked Mind (Secrets #2)

Author: K.C. Wells and Parker Williams
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: BDSM

Summary:

Rob Daniels is determined to prove to himself that his brother Alex got it wrong. Alex believes he found love through BDSM; Rob is certain that’s not possible. He even makes several visits to a London club to prove his point. But when he attends the grand opening of Secrets, Rob gets a shock, one that has him fleeing, vowing never to return—until he does… … Continue reading

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Review: Nell Iris – Red Popcorn Strings and Gumball Rings

Author: Nell Iris
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: Christmas is coming, and young couple Casey and Ellis are very much in love. Unfortunately, they’re also the definition of dirt poor, and they don’t have the money for nonessentials like decorations. Or a turkey. Or gifts. Between the recent death of Casey’s beloved momma and Ellis’s estrangement from his family, all they have is each other.

When Ellis finds the saddest-looking Christmas tree south of the … Continue reading

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Review: Rick R. Reed – Open Window

Author: Rick R. Reed
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary Holiday

Summary:

Two men. One Christmas Eve that changes the courses of both their lives.

Henry’s homeless and only wants a warm place to sleep on the coldest night of the year. A forgotten open window in a darkened house entices Henry inside with the promise of warmth and comfort. He knows it’s wrong, but he promises himself he’ll be out before the owner wakes on Christmas morning. … Continue reading

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Review: Chris Scully – The Mature Man’s Guide to Surviving Change

Author: Chris Scully
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: In the sunny playground of Palm Springs, growing up was something confirmed bachelor and bad-boy chef Joel avoided at all costs—until a close friend’s death made him reevaluate his priorities. Ever since, he’s been dedicated to helping his widowed friend Perry get back on his feet by teaching him to cook and providing a shoulder to cry on. But when Perry announces that he’s ready to start … Continue reading

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Review: Amy Lane – Regret Me Not

Author: Amy Lane
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Pierce Atwater used to think he was a knight in shining armor, but then his life fell to crap. Now he has no job, no wife, no life—and is so full of self-pity he can’t even be decent to the one family member he’s still speaking to. He heads for Florida, where he’s got a month to pull his head out of his ass before he ruins his … Continue reading

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Review: Brandon Witt – Hope Is the Thing With Feathers

Author: Brandon Witt
Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM Holiday

Summary: Fifty-six-year-old Samuel Phillips is all alone on his small farm in the Ozarks, with nothing but a menagerie of chickens, pheasants, turkeys, and other birds as company—which is just the way he likes it. In fact, if Samuel had his way, he’d tear down his neighbor’s house so his solitude could be absolute. One day Faloola, his favorite turkey, escapes, forcing Samuel to make the trek next … 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: Kim Fielding – Dear Ruth

Author: Kim Fielding
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Mm Holiday

Summary: Dear Ruth,
I’m not in the mood for Christmas. After a romantic relationship went up in flames, I returned to my hometown in rural Kansas. Then my mother passed away. I’m really busy with my job as fire marshal—and now with my mother’s advice column, which I reluctantly took over. There’s a sexy newcomer down the street, a guy with a young daughter and an unfortunate … Continue reading

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Review: Elizabeth Noble – High Test

Author: Elizabeth Noble
Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM

Summary: The coffee is rich. Hayden isn’t. But Neal doesn’t need to know that—yet.

Hayden Owens is just your typical graduate student working his way through school as a barista for the Owens Coffee Company—no relation. But he keeps the “no relation” part to himself when he meets dashing architect, Neal Kirchner, a successful older man from an old-money family. Hayden doesn’t exactly lie, but he figures it can’t … Continue reading

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