Review: J.L. Merrow & Josephine Myles – Help, My Boyfriend’s an Alien!

28370523Author: J.L. Merrow & Josephine Myles
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M Sci Fi Anthology
ISBN:N/A

Summary:
Love—and desire—that’s out of this world…

It’s time to suit up, take those protein pills, and boldly come where no man has come before. Take a trip to the future, or do your bit for inter-planetary relations with some close encounters of a very unusual kind.

In this erotic science fiction triple feature you’ll meet a cat that’s … Continue reading

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Review: Lyn Gala – Desert World Immigrant

26833240Author: Lyn Gala
Reviewer:Vivian
Publisher: DSP Publications
Genre:M/M Sci Fi
ISBN:N/A

Summary:
Desert World: Book Three

Lieutenant Commander Verly Black is ready to leave the atrocities of war behind and immigrate to the planet of Livre, where he can build a future away from the ghosts of his past. He doesn’t expect to find a kindred spirit in councilman Naite Poli—a man with secrets as dark as Verly’s own and bearing the scars to prove it. … Continue reading

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HR Harrison – From the Stars They Fell excerpt and giveaway

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An alien ship crash lands on Earth, leaving its only occupant stranded. But in a fortunate twist, Earth is a hospitable planet for Veni, from the atmosphere and food to the friendly and intelligent inhabitants.

The first such inhabitants Veni meets call themselves dwarves. And though they don’t understand the technology that brought the alien to them, they insist on being hospitable. Sure, Veni doesn’t understand why the inhabitants of this land insist on speaking a language that modifies for … Continue reading

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Chris T Kat – Battle Stations: Interview, excerpt and giveaway

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Hi! It’s great to have you here!  Let’s get right to it – first off, tell us about Battle Stations.

Battle Stations is the sequel to Breeding Stations, and therefore the second (and most likely last) book in my Alliances series. It’s a direct continuation of Breeding Stations, and the books should be read in order, otherwise you won’t enjoy Battle Stations. The whole gang—Berit, Tom, Carson, Niyara, Fleur, Rene, and Ylkurt—will make appearances, and of course … Continue reading

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Review: Mann Ramblings – The Luxorian Fugitive


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: Mann Ramblings
Reviewer: Vivian
Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing
Genre: M/M Sci Fi
ISBN :N/A

Summary:
Sergeant Liam Jacks is the security chief of transport vessel, The Santa Claus. He travels the planetary cluster with Marc Danverse, his best friend and captain, seeking to escape his tortured past and find some peace of mind.
Having been through a civil war together, Danverse and Liam are close. Maybe too close….
All that changes when mysterious … Continue reading

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Review Anne Butler – Heart Scarab

heartAuthor: Anne Butler
Reviewer: Vivian
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Genre:M/M Sci Fi
ISBN: 9781925313253

Summary:
In Heart Scarab, set more than a year and a half after Gyrfalcon, Shield Captain Bennet’s company is on a planet in imminent danger of being overrun by the Maess. Telnos is an unpleasant little planet, inhabited by religious fanatics in the festering marshlands and unregistered miners running illegal solactinium mines up in the hills. But the Maess want Telnos, and Bennet’s job … Continue reading

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Review: Angel Martinez – Potato Surprise (A Brimstone Prequel)

1870016Author: Angel Martinez
Reviewer:Diane
Publisher:Mischief Corner Books
Genre:M/M Sci Fi
ISBN: MSCRBK0000063

Summary:
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If you have read the Brimstone series, and I hope you have, you know Shax is a demon prince who had to leave his home with his childhood friend, Verin. This prequel is their first adventure as a cargo ship. Since Shax is involved and he accepts the first shipment offered, they then learn politics and turf wars are in play where he … Continue reading

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Review: Alex D. Opal – Boundary Conditions

25402619Author : Alex D. Opal
Reviewer: SheReadsAlot
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: M/M Sci Fi
ISBN:n/a

Summary:
Leviss has been a soldier of the elite space mercenaries known as the Sea Guard for most of his life, surviving mission after deadly mission while the rest of his cohort hasn’t. Scarred and reeling from having been left by his spouse, he takes a mission that he knows from the start he will hate: acting as the bodyguard for a cybernetically enhanced, quasi-telepathic ambassador.

Ambassador Najee is a man … Continue reading

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Chris T. Kat – Breeding Stations Tour with contest

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We ask: What is the biggest thing that has slipped past your own internal filter? What happened?

That’s a tough topic and one I really had to think about. I wish I could tell you a funny anecdote, but I’m not someone who blurts stuff out. At least not in public. 😉

The one thing I remember is a parent-teacher conference with the teacher of my daughter. Just for your understanding, my daughter has Asperger’s, though we … Continue reading

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Review: Lyn Gala – Desert World Rebirth

13445020Author: Lyn Gala
Reviewer: Vivian
Publisher: DSP Publications
Genre:M/M Sci Fi
ISBN: 9781613723494

Summary:
New ambassadors Temar Gazer and Shan Polli stopped one disaster on Livre, but the battle isn’t over. Temar is still struggling to work through the abuse he suffered. Livre, too, is stuck: it could ally with the breakaway planets—risking strange and dangerous beliefs—or the older alliance, which offers human rights protections but seeks to control the planet. It’s a delicate balance, but they manage… until crisis takes Shan away from Temar.

It’s up … Continue reading

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