bdsm · Contemporary · diverse characters · lgbtqia content · Novella · self-discovery

REVIEW: The Assistant by John Tristan

The Official Description: Burned out ex-soldier Nick Kurosawa has drifted from job to job since he lost his family in a car crash. Lately, he’s been working on and off as a bouncer, barely managing to cover his bills; an opportunity for steady, well-paying work is just what he needs to get his life back… Continue reading REVIEW: The Assistant by John Tristan

canadian · Children's · Contemporary · lgbtqia content

REVIEW: Mom Marries Mum by Ken Setterington and Alice Priestley

The Official Description: A brother and sister are thrilled that their mom and mum are getting married! After dancing around the living room, they are full of questions. Will Nana and Pop be there? Will they get to dress up? The answer is yes! They celebrate the wedding outdoors with family and friends. And most… Continue reading REVIEW: Mom Marries Mum by Ken Setterington and Alice Priestley

coming out · Contemporary · diverse characters · lgbtqia content · self-discovery · young adult

REVIEW: The Summer of Everything by Julian Winters

The Official Description: Comic book geek Wesley Hudson excels at two things: slacking off at his job and pining after his best friend, Nico. Advice from his friends, ‘90s alt-rock songs, and online dating articles aren't helping much with his secret crush. And his dream job at Once Upon a Page, the local used bookstore, is… Continue reading REVIEW: The Summer of Everything by Julian Winters

Contemporary · giveaway · MM romance · new adult · part of series · sexually explicit

Excerpt, Review and Giveaway! Better Be True by Andy Gallo and Anyta Sunday

Better Be True by Andy Gallo and Anyta Sunday Series: Harrison Campus #3 Publisher: Andy Gallo & Anyta Sunday (Self Published) Release Date: August 3, 2020 Subgenre: M/M Romance Order here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B088C438QY Synopsis for Better Be True: Two friends. One bed. A big Italian Wedding. Nico Amato is in trouble. He’s in love with his… Continue reading Excerpt, Review and Giveaway! Better Be True by Andy Gallo and Anyta Sunday

Contemporary · mental health · MM romance · part of series · sexually explicit · substance abuse

REVIEW: After Felix by Lily Morton

The Official Description: Sometimes the best love stories come in two parts. When Felix met handsome journalist Max Travers, it was lust at first sight. It was just his luck that he then had to develop a terrible case of feelings and got his heart broken. However, two years later, he’s over all of that. His… Continue reading REVIEW: After Felix by Lily Morton

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REVIEW: Box Hill, A Story of Low Self-Esteem by Adam Mars-Jones

The Official Description: The winner of the 2019 Fitzcarraldo Editions Novel Prize A sizzling and deeply touching love story between two men, set in the gay biker community of 1970s London In a vivid coming-of-age novel, a young man suddenly wakes up to his gay self—on his eighteenth birthday, when he receives the best gift… Continue reading REVIEW: Box Hill, A Story of Low Self-Esteem by Adam Mars-Jones

Contemporary · grief · historical · mental health · MM romance · neurodiversity · sexually explicit

REVIEW: Best Laid Plaids by Ella Stainton

The Official Description: In 1920s Scotland, even ghosts wear plaid. Welcome to a sexy, spooky new paranormal historical series from debut author Ella Stainton. Scotland, 1928 Dr. Ainsley Graham is cultivating a reputation as an eccentric. Two years ago, he catastrophically ended his academic career by publicly claiming to talk to ghosts. When Joachim Cockburn,… Continue reading REVIEW: Best Laid Plaids by Ella Stainton

Contemporary · diverse characters · mental health · MM romance · sexually explicit

REVIEW: Not Used To Cute by Becca Seymour

The Official Description: A bar owner who’s not looking for a relationship. A lost soul who’s afraid to trust. When Elijah and Seb meet, sparks fly. But will either of them find the courage to take what they want? Pouring his all into his business, Elijah is perfectly content running his bar. With its prime… Continue reading REVIEW: Not Used To Cute by Becca Seymour

Author Guest Post

Guest Post by C.F. White – author of Fade To Blank (London Lies #1): How I Got Through Burnout!

Welcome to C.F. White! Could there be a more timely topic for a post? I think not! Hope you enjoy! - Char How I Got Through Burnout by C.F. White Thanks so much for having me over on the blog today to tell you all about my latest release, Fade to Blank (London Lies #1).… Continue reading Guest Post by C.F. White – author of Fade To Blank (London Lies #1): How I Got Through Burnout!

Contemporary · grief · in recovery · MM romance · mystery · part of series · Releases and Cover Reveals · sexually explicit · substance abuse

Blog Tour, Review, Excerpt and Giveaway! Fade To Blank by C.F. White

BLOG TOUR Book Title: Fade to Blank (London Lies # 1) Author: C F White Publisher: Self-published Cover Artist: Rhys Everly-Lawless Genre/s: Contemporary M/M Romantic Suspense Trope/s: Slow burn, hurt/comfort Themes: Enemies to lovers, Revenge, Secrets, Mystery Heat Rating: 3 flames Length: 78 000 words/ 280 pages It’s the first book in a new series.… Continue reading Blog Tour, Review, Excerpt and Giveaway! Fade To Blank by C.F. White

Contemporary · grief · lgbtqia content · own voices author · sexually explicit

REVIEW: Bashed by Rick R. Reed

The Official Description: Three haters. Two lovers. And a collision course with tragedy. It should have been a perfect night out. Instead, Mark and Donald collide with tragedy when they leave their favorite night spot. That dark October night, three gay-bashers emerge from the gloom, armed with slurs, fists, and an aluminum baseball bat. The… Continue reading REVIEW: Bashed by Rick R. Reed

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REVIEW: Darius the Great Deserves Better by Adib Khorram

The Official Description: In this companion to the award-winning Darius the Great Is Not Okay, Darius suddenly has it all: a boyfriend, an internship, a spot on the soccer team. It’s everything he’s ever wanted–but what if he deserves better? Darius Kellner is having a bit of a year. Since his trip to Iran this past… Continue reading REVIEW: Darius the Great Deserves Better by Adib Khorram