Review: Kim Fielding and Venona Keyes– Running Blind

51opneu2pclAuthor: Kim Fielding and Venona Keyes
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM Contemporary

Summary:

Kyle Green is on top of the world. He and Matt have been together for ten years, and—as the voice of Ecos, the wildly popular anime character—Kyle is treated like a rock star in anime circles. But in an instant, a stroke leaves him blind. When photographer Matt gets the opportunity of a lifetime, Kyle reexamines their relationship, discovers it has been a safety … Continue reading

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Shira Anthony & Verona Keyes – Prelude

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Author: Shira Anthony & Verona Keyes
Reviewed by: SheReadsAlot
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: N/A

Summary:  

A Blue Notes Series Novel

World-renowned conductor David Somers never wanted the investment firm he inherited from his domineering grandfather. He only wanted to be a composer. But no matter how he struggles, David can’t translate the music in his head into notes on paper.

When a guest violinist at the Chicago Symphony falls ill, David meets Alex Bishop, a last-minute substitute. Alex’s fame and outrageous tattoos … Continue reading

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Shira Anthony and Venona Keyes – The Trust


Author: Shira Anthony & Verona Keyes
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Sci-Fi
ISBN 13: 9781613725559

 

A great sci-fi thriller slightly reminiscent of The Matrix movies.  Jake Anders was a college guy with potential when the Trace Michelson recruited him into The Trust.  The Trust is a combination of scientific biotech study and espionage started by Trace’s grandfather and now run by the brilliant Trace as a CIA-backed operation.  Jake fell for the all work and no play Trace but never told … Continue reading

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