Review: Annabeth Albert – Danced Close (Portland Heat #6)

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Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Lyrical Shine – Kensington Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Portland, Oregon, is one of the hottest cities in America. Just ask all the hard-working men sweating it up behind the counters of the restaurants, boutiques, and cafés all over town …

Newly clean and sober, Todd’s taken a shine to his job at Portland’s most talked about bakery. It’s not just the delicious desserts they sell, but the tasty treats who keep walking through … Continue reading

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Review: Robin Reardon – A Question of Manhood

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Reviewer:Stephen
Publisher:  Kensington Books
Genre:M/M
ISBN: 9780758246790

Summary:
November 1972. The Vietnam War is rumored to be drawing to a close, and for sixteen-year-old Paul Landon, the end can’t come soon enough. The end will mean his older brother Chris, the family’s golden child, returning home from the Army for good. But while home on leave, Chris entrusts Paul with a secret: He’s gay. And when Chris is killed in action, Paul … Continue reading

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Robin Reardon – Thinking Straight

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Author: Robin Reardon
Reviewed by: Stephen
Publisher: Kensington Publisher
Genre: M/M Young Adult
ISBN 13: 9780758219282

Summary:
I know God doesn’t make mistakes, and if I’m gay it’s because that’s what he wanted. What you wanted. And I think the challenge is to get everyone else to see that. This is their test, not mine. If only Taylor Adams had kept on lying to his parents, none of this would have happened. He wouldn’t have been shipped off to Straight to God, an institution … Continue reading

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Michael Thomas Ford – Full Circle (audio edition)

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Author: Michael Thomas Ford
Reviewed by: Asabat
Publisher: Kensington Books
Genre: M/M Historical
ISBN 13: 978-0758210586

Narrator: Blake Somerset

Audio Length: seventeen hours and twenty-nine minutes

Summary: History professor Ned Brummel is living happily with his partner of 12 years in small-town Maine when he receives a phone call from his estranged friend – Jack – telling him that another friend – Andy – is very ill and possibly near death. As Ned boards a plane to Chicago on his way to his friend’s bedside, he … Continue reading

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Michael Thomas Ford – The Road Home (audio edition)

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Author: Michael Thomas Ford
Reviewed by:  Asabat
Publisher: Kensington Books, audio edition by Audible, Inc.
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 978-0758218544

 

Narrator: Blake Somerset

Audio Length: nine hours and five minutes

About my ratings: I only write reviews for novels I’ve enjoyed. I recognize that not every book is for everyone; therefore, I do not see the purpose of writing a lukewarm or negative review for any novel I’ve read that’s “not for me.” Those are my opinions on the matter of subjective ratings, … Continue reading

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Bart Yates – The Brothers Bishop

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Author: Bart Yates
Reviewed by: John
Publisher: Kensington Publishing
Genre: 
M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9780758209115

Summary:Tommy and Nathan Bishop are as different as two brothers can be. Carefree and careless, Tommy is the golden boy who takes men into his bed with a seductive smile and turns them out just as quickly. No one can resist him – and no one can control him, either. That salient point certainly isn’t lost on his brother. Nathan is all about control. At thirty-one, he is as dark and complicated as Tommy … Continue reading

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Scott Sherman – Second You Sin

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Author: Scott Sherman
Reviewed by: Kevin
Publisher: Kensington Books
Genre: M/M Mystery
ISBN 13: 9780758266514

Summary:

Someone is killing New York City’s hottest male prostitutes, and it’s up to full-time call boy, part-time sleuth Kevin Connor to find out who. With his spectacular boy-next-door looks, quick wit, and ability to role-play even the most outrageous scenarios, Kevin is facing his most challenging position yet—to stop a ruthless killer.

As Kevin begins his investigation, there’s no shortage of possible suspects or motives. Could the killer be a … Continue reading

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Scott Sherman – First You Fall

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Author: Scott Sherman
Reviewed by: Jon Michaelsen
Publisher: Kensington Books
Genre: M/M Mystery
ISBN 13: 9781593500597

Summary:

When his friend’s death is ruled a suicide, Kevin Connor—a hustler by trade, sleuth by default—sets out to prove a case of murder. It doesn’t help matters that the victim’s grown children, who disapproved of their father’s gay lifestyle, are only concerned about their inheritance. But they are not Kevin’s only problem. His high-strung mother has moved in with him—and she knows nothing about his questionable . . . … Continue reading

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