Allison Cassatta – Chief of Thrones

Author: Allison Cassatta
Reviewed by: Nikki
Publisher: Self published
Genre: MF Fantasy
ISBN 13: 9781477400487
[mf rating=4/5]

This book starts off right away with a bang! No, really. Anyone care for an Ophanim sam’ich?

The book starts out with Cam (a.k.a Cameal) getting it on with two of his “sex kittens” and he really should not be where he is. He is an Ophanim, one of the higher order of God’s angels. And being that he is an angel he should not be playing … Continue reading

A.R. Moler – A Note of Stress

Author: A.R. Moler
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
ISBN 13: N/A
[xrr rating=4/5]

I rarely review short stories because they are either just sex or they are too shallow  for me, but this story really touched me.  Quinn Edwards is a rock star at the peak of his career but he’s slowly dying.  He was kidnapped ten months ago and starved as the kidnappers waited for ransom money.  Quinn is in the middle of a tour with his manager … Continue reading

Josephine Myles – Pole Star

Author: Josephine Myles
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Josephine Myles
Genre: M/M Contemporary
[xrr rating=5/5]

This was not at all what I expected.  A pole dancing stripper who hurts his foot and ends up in the emergency room in his firefighter costume and sequined thong?  That practically screams PWP.  What we get instead is SO cute and very funny.

Matt is the pole dancer, who meets the radiographer assistant, Sal, while Sal is wearing froggy scrubs.  At the time, Matt is waiting for … Continue reading

Allison Cassatta – Dear Diary – Pride

Author: Allison Cassatta
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Self published
Genre: M/M Coming out
ISBN 13:  9781469921617
[xrr rating=5/5]


I really went back and forth on the rating for this, between 4 and 5.  I leaned to 4 because there are parts that just seem too perfect. Ultimately, I went to a 5 because the parts that matter were very, very real.

This is the sequel to Dear Diary, a short story I absolutely loved, which introduces us to Chris and Josh, as they get ready … Continue reading

Lichen Craig – Gentleman’s Game

Author: Lichen Craig
Reviewer: Don
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M BDSM
ISBN 13: 9781470003289
[xrr rating=3/5]


I was given a copy of this book by the author to read and review.  I must say as a preface to my review that the blurb on Goodreads, written by the author I assume, was very deceptive.  This book contains a very graphic and very violent scene of rape and torture so readers beware.

I have enjoyed many BDSM books but this one left me bothered mostly because … Continue reading

Colleen Coover – Home Port

Author: Colleen Coover
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: N/A
[xrr rating=3.5/5]


I actually enjoyed this short story a lot. It was probably a bit too short for me, but it did give me a satisfying ending. The opening did get me confused when I thought this certain person was a love interest for the main character but wasn’t. As soon as I found out who the secondary character really was, I understood. It was a good military’s coming home … Continue reading

Jerry W. McKinney – In Extremis

Author: Jerry W. McKinney
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Horror
ISBN 13: N/A
[mf rating=3.5/5]


Wow, what an interesting zombie book. It was different from any other zombie stories I’ve read in the past. I’m giving it 3.5 out of 5 because it needed to be longer. Jerry McKinney still finds a way to make me feel spooked while reading it, especially the ending, it was so strange. It left me million questions. Still a good recommendation for zombie fan who wants a … Continue reading

Lori R. Lopez – Heartbeat

Author: Lori R. Lopez
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: YA Horror/Humor
ISBN 13: N/A
[mf rating=5/5]


The best zombie story I’ve read so far. I love how the author wrote the main character’s voice. He was fun to read. He is a zombie protector with a group of his friends. Something has happened to his mother’s boyfriend and he was left with two choices: kill zombies or protect his mother. It was a wild and fun read. It was a quick read too. … Continue reading

Jerry McKinney – Death Bonds

Author: Jerry McKinney
Reviewer: Sean
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Horror
ISBN 13: 2940012273369
[mf rating=4.5/5]


Well, for a short horror story, this certainly gave me a spook. The author really did it well to make me feel sorry for the characters in the book. It easily got me hooked to the book from the first page to the last page. It still left me many questions because I want to know what really happens in future.  The story tells of a lovely married couple … Continue reading

Angel Brown Kemph & Lori Titus – Harmony’s Prophecy

Author: Angel Brown Kemph & Lori Titus
Publisher: Angel Brown Kemph
Reviewer: Tana
Genre: Science Fiction
ISBN 13:  NA
[mf rating= 3.5/5]


Angel Brown Kemph and Lori Titus writing style is good, the words flowed effortlessly and they did an excellent job with the two main character’s descriptions.  Though the plot isn’t that unique but they did bring a different spin using two main characters and their abilities and prophecies. I found the novel easy to read, I enjoyed the character development … Continue reading