Review: Tempeste O’Reily – Fangs with a Heart (Chains of Fate #2)

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Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Paranormal

Summary:

Lynx shifter Trace Wilson’s fun-loving exterior hides a heart scarred by severe domestic violence—a heart that might not ever trust another male, fated mate or not. When Trace moves to Seattle to take his place as trainer and council representative to the Glacier Rim Tribe, he discovers his mate is the vampire prince Sasha Tolstoi, leader of the Konstantin Coven. It’s not something Trace is ready to accept. … Continue reading

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Review: Bey Deckard – Exposed

51DY5+BKBULAuthor: Bey Deckard
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: BDSM

Summary:

With middle-age looming, Greg offsets his boring day job with what truly feeds his soul: photography. The camera is an extension of himself where he exposes his passion for the intersect of pleasure and pain. However, the lens also acts as a barrier, protecting his subjects from the shameful mistakes of his past, and Greg is left isolated and lonely.

Emyr stands on the cusp of fame, but adulation … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Amy Lane – Winter Ball (Winter Ball #1)

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Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Nick J. Russo

Summary:

Through a miserable adolescence and a lonely adulthood, Skipper Keith has dreamed of nothing but family. The closest he gets is the rec league soccer team he coaches after work—and his star player and best friend, Richie Scoggins.

One brisk night in late October, a postpractice convo in Richie’s car turns into a sexual encounter neither of them expected—nor want to forget. Soon Skip … Continue reading

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Review: T.J. Land – Good as Gold: A Villainous Love Story

51dG5xZFS5LAuthor: T.J. Land
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: SciFi

Summary:

Being the most powerful superhero in the world can get lonely.

Ask the Golden Ranger. He’s still struggling to make friends after landing on Earth two years ago, even now that he’s become a member of the Remarkables. Humans are just so complicated, with their odd aversion to public nudity, their obsession with sex, and their temperamental genitals.

Thank goodness for his villains. Sure, they’re crooks and it’s his … Continue reading

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Review: Hailey Turner – In the Wreckage (Metahuman Files #1)

51ATToe5hjLAuthor: Hailey Turner
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: Science Fiction

Summary:

A Marine with honor.

After surviving a horrific chemical attack that turned him into a metahuman, Captain Jamie Callahan got a second lease on life. For three years he’s been working for the Metahuman Defense Force and leading Alpha Team—all against the wishes of his family. The job requires his full dedication, so it’s no surprise Jamie doesn’t have time for a relationship. An enticing one-night stand with … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Jeff Erno – Another Dumb Jock (Dumb Jock #2)

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Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Ezekiel Robison

Summary:

In Dumb Jock, Jeff and Brett fall in love, but their relationship is not without challenges. Brett’s a football star, and Jeff is the classic nerd. Their coming of age and coming out story is set in the 1980s, and they face many obstacles. Yet their love for each other is strong, and they finally get their happy ending.

Now, almost three decades later, their children … Continue reading

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Review: Clare London – How the Other Half Lives (London Lads #2)

51HXR25hKLLAuthor: Clare London
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Compulsive neat freak meets chaotic slob: Can their living space survive the conflict?

Martin Harrison keeps himself to himself and his Central London flat as neat as a new pin. Maybe he should loosen up and enjoy more of a social life, but in his mind, that’s tantamount to opening the floodgates to emotional chaos. He agrees, however, to join the flat-sitting scheme in his building and look … Continue reading

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Review: Addison Albright – King Kong vs the Skinny Pirate

51xF4VuufHLAuthor: Addison Albright
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Blaine is a well-dressed, high priced attorney, and George is a hairy mountain of an auto mechanic. This odd couple meets up one evening on a slow night at a bar. The pickings are slim. Slim enough for these opposites to eyeball each other and ask themselves just how bad they want to get laid.

Pleasantly surprised by the evening’s outcome, Blaine is faced with a dilemma. Should he … Continue reading

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Review: Brent Hartinger – The Otto Digmore Difference (The Otto Digmore Series #1)

51iMy9QtN2LAuthor: Brent Hartinger
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: BK Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Otto Digmore is a 26-year-old gay guy with dreams of being a successful actor, and he’s finally getting some attention as a result of his supporting role on a struggling sitcom. But he’s also a burn survivor with scars on half his face, and all indications are that he’s just too different to ever find real Hollywood success.

Now he’s up for an amazing new role that could … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Avon Gale – Empty Net (Scoring Chances #4)

51-4678Ns-LAuthor: Avon Gale
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Scott R. Smith

Summary:

Spartanburg Spitfires’ goalie and captain Isaac Drake ended last season with an unexpected trip to the playoffs. He’s found a home and family with his coach and mentor, Misha Samarin, and he’s looking forward to making a serious run for the Kelly Cup. But things take an interesting turn when Isaac’s archnemesis, Laurent St. Savoy, is traded to the Spitfires. After Laurent’s despicable behavior … Continue reading

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