Dany Sirene – Fire Play

Author: Dany Sirene
Reviewed by: Tina
Publisher: Dreamspinner
Genre:  M/M
ISBN:  1613723245

The story opens with a trial against Fire Demuirge Lau.  Very quickly the reader is submerged in all things Lau. He is arrogant, has more pride than sense and feels that he should not ever have to prostrate himself to anyone, even Mother Goddess.  Since Lau is an ass (and he killed a human), Mother Goddess sentences him to live as a human until he fulfills her requirements:  Basically he must become … Continue reading

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Ariel Tachna – Inherit the Sky

Author: Ariel Tachna
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
ISBN 13:9781613724194

I found this to be a nice light romance book set in the Australian Outback.  Caine has a problem with stuttering so is stuck in a dead end job and no boyfriend.  His mother inherits Lang Downs,  a sheep station or ranch in Australia and Caine sees the station as a place to start over and continue his great-uncle’s legacy.  Caine knows nothing about sheep ranching but what he lacks in knowledge … Continue reading

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Tia Fielding – By Any Other Name

Author: Tia Fielding
Reviewed by: Valentina
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781613721407

Ménages are something I truly enjoy reading about, but those are also some of the stories that are most difficult to write. How do you make it work three-way without giving the impression of distancing one of the characters? Some authors are brilliant when it comes to creating unbreakable emotional ties and making the sexual aspect of their relationship a side thing. I more than found what I … Continue reading

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Stephen Osborne – Pale As A Ghost

Author: Stephen Osborne
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Paranormal Mystery
ISBN13: 9781615818372

This book was a lot of fun to read. Duncan Andrews is far from your average private investigator. His dead boyfriend’s ghost hangs out with him, his dog is a zombie and his best friend is a hundreds year old witch. Add to that a small dose of psychic ability and you soon find out why Detective Carson of the Indianapolis police department cringes every time he hears that Duncan … Continue reading

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Shae Connor – Chicago

Author: Shae Connor
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781613720226

Chicago is the setting for this sweet, first time story of Darren and Nathan, two young men at loose ends in Chicago for a visit.  Darren has come to visit his overbearing, insulting, pretentious lover, Robert. After just one too many verbal slams by Robert, Darren finally realizes how used he has been (and you do have to wonder how an intelligent man like Darren would have put up with … Continue reading

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Rowan McAllister – A Devil’s Own Luck

Author: Rowan McAllister
Reviewed by: Valentina
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781615819010

I started this book feeling somewhat discouraged by the year the book was set in, but that only lasted as long as it took me to meet William. He was somewhat dangerous with a wicked sense of humor and a fast mind. He didn’t settle for the norm and despite having an eventful past and considering himself mostly retired from such life, he was still larger than the stuffed mold … Continue reading

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Cari Z- Different Spheres

Author: Cari Z
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781613723180

Poor Gil.  Ten years ago he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and when he has a relapse, he calls his sister Tally.  When this relapse occurs, complete with double vision, Tally is on her first child-free, non-work related vacation with her husband.  There is no way Gil is going to bother her.  So, he goes next door to Warren’s house, his new (for six months) neighbor to get a ride to the … Continue reading

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Amy Lane – Chase in Shadow


Author: Amy Lane
Reviewed by: Valentina
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
IBSN 13: 9781613724217

It’s no secret in the publishing world that Amy Lane can write. The topic doesn’t matter, because she will write an angst filled romance with whatever is at hand and just make it shine.

Chase is a young man with so much baggage my heart ached for him. At first glance it might seem as exaggeration, but as you keep on reading, seeing his struggle and his need … Continue reading

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Tara Larson – Awakenings

Author: Tara Larson
Reviewed by: Valentina Heart
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781613723265

I always try to find something good about a book, because I really don’t like handing out one star ratings. That is mostly the reason why this one got two stars from me.

 

Sean is a guy whose choices have been dictated by his family and his girlfriend. She is all but planning a wedding while Sean is feeling trapped with every aspect of his life. When they go on … Continue reading

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Wade Kelly – When Love Is Not Enough

Author: Wade Kelly
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary Bittersweet
ISBN 13: 9781615819850

This book was absolutely amazing.  The story tore me up emotionally but it was well worth the roller coaster ride.  The story revolves around three young men from when they were in their late teens up to the present at twenty-two.  Jamie and Matt have been best friends for most of their lives.  Jamie’s parents divorced when he was 15 and the bullies in school were always making … Continue reading

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