Max Pierce – The Master Of Seacliff

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Author: Max Pierce
Reviewed by: 
Kevin
Publisher:
Harrington Park Press
Genre: 
M/M Historical
ISBN 13:
 

Summary:

A gothic mystery with a decidedly masculine point of view

The year is 1899, and Andrew Wyndham is twenty years old no longer a boy, but not yet the man he longs to become. Brought up by a harsh and stingy aunt and uncle in New York City after the death of his parents, young Andrew dreams of life as an artist in Paris. He has talent … Continue reading

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Emily Gould – Montmartre

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Author: Emily Gould
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Genre: M/M Historical
ISBN 13:   9781620041567

Summary:  Thomas meant to stay in Montmartre for three months. Somehow three months turned into three long years in a city of sin and vice, a city that has begun to feel more like a trap from which there is no escape—until a man arrives who reminds Thomas of home and the things he meant to do before Montmartre. 

Review: This is a short story of Thomas, who takes … Continue reading

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J.W. Kilhey – Hidden Away

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Author: J.W. Kilhey
Reviewed by: Monika
Publisher: DreamSpinner Books
Genre: M/M Historical
ISBN 13: 9781623802578

Summary: 

Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “No man and no force can abolish memory.” John Oakes and Kurt Fournier are living proof of the truth behind those words. Since the horrors of the Second World War, John and Kurt have been trudging through existence, bleeding from wounds that have never healed. Now they’re at the crossroads of the 1950s: the war may be over, but the battle to find lasting peace has just … Continue reading

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