Review: T. Strange – Lock and Key (Boots and Leather #2)

lock and keyAuthor: T.Strange
Reviewer: Victoria
Publisher: Torquere Publishing
Genre: M/M Bdsm
ISBN: 9781610409094
[xrr rating=4.5/5]

After meeting Terry at a motorcycle show, Gavin is sure he’s found the man of his dreams. While he’s fantasized about BDSM for years, Gavin has never had a play partner and Terry is happy to teach him. After playing together for a few months, Terry has to leave on a business trip. Terry gives Gavin the key to his apartment so Gavin can sleep in, but Gavin … Continue reading

T. Strange – Amber

Author: T.Strange
Reviewed by: Vivian
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781610406345
[xrr rating=2.5/5]

Summary: Anthony was a painter until he lost the ability to see color. Worse than color blindness, the edges of objects and people blur together, making it almost impossible for Anthony to interact with anyone or anything. After retreating from the world for decades, he sees a glimpse of yellow that leads him to a musician, Teague. At first Anthony is frightened and overwhelmed by the color, but … Continue reading

T. Strange -Boots and Leather


Author: T. Strange
Reviewed by: JustJen
Publisher: Torquere Press
ISBN 13: 9876543210643
[xrr rating=3.5/5]


Gavin has been going to motorcycle shows for years, hoping to find a hot biker who will introduce him to the BDSM he craves. After years of searching, he meets Terry, who seems to be exactly what he’s been looking for, and vice versa. Before they can play, Gavin has to learn about the differences between fantasy and reality.  


Gavin has been fantasizing about … Continue reading

T. Strange – Belladonna


Author: T.Strange
Reviewed by:  Vivian A.
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
[xrr rating=3/5] 


Max is looking for the real BDSM deal. He complains to his friend Randy about the lack of kink in his life, so Randy gives him an address and tells him to go there before he gets too desperate. Max gives in and ventures to what he’s expecting to be a club. Instead, he finds a rough, blue-collar drinking establishment where he seems less than welcome. He’s … Continue reading