coming out · Contemporary · lgbtqia content · own voices author · young adult

REVIEW: Why Can’t Life Be Like Pizza? by Andy V. Roamer

The Official Description: RV is a good kid, starting his freshman year at the demanding Boston Latin School. Though his genes didn’t give him a lot of good things, they did give him a decent brain. So he’s doing his best to keep up in high school, despite all the additional pressures he’s facing: His… Continue reading REVIEW: Why Can’t Life Be Like Pizza? by Andy V. Roamer

Contemporary · mental health · MM romance · my faves

REVIEW, Giveaway and Excerpt: The Infinite Onion by Alice Archer loo

  One cranky man-child. One snooty artist recluse. Total trouble. The Infinite Onion by Alice Archer Publisher: Shine Even If Release Date: March 31, 2020 Length (Print & Ebook): Print: 388 pages Subgenre: Contemporary gay romance Pre-order now: alicearcher.com/book/the-infinite-onion The Official Description: The truth is harder to hide when someone sharp starts poking around. Grant Eastbrook… Continue reading REVIEW, Giveaway and Excerpt: The Infinite Onion by Alice Archer loo

Contemporary · diverse characters · lgbtqia content · MMM Romance · polyamory · romance

REVIEW: Third One by Roe Horvat

REVIEW TOUR Book Title: Third One (Those Other Books series) Author: Roe Horvat Publisher: Roe Horvat Cover Artist: Roe Horvat Release Date: March 30th 2020 Genre: Contemporary MMM erotic romance Trope/s: Established couple + third, hurt/comfort Themes: Two dancers and a businessman, Swedish coast, Gothenburg, pining, passion Length: 46 000 words/140 pages Heat Rating: 5… Continue reading REVIEW: Third One by Roe Horvat

Books · Contemporary · lgbtqia content · MM romance

REVIEW: The Family We Make by Dan Wingreen

The Official Description: Spencer Kent gave up on love a long time ago. As a twenty-eight-year-old single father with a fourteen-year-old son, Connor, he knows his appeal to the average gay man is limited, and when you factor in his low self-esteem and tendencies towards rudeness and sarcasm, it might as well be nonexistent. But… Continue reading REVIEW: The Family We Make by Dan Wingreen

erotica · MM romance · Paranormal · romance

REVIEW: Hearts of Destiny by Kay Doherty

The Official Description: Ean and Matthias have known they’re mates for a while, but Matthias has been unwilling to claim Ean. He believes his past and age-old secrets are too big for Ean to overcome, so instead keeps Ean away by irritating him. Depressed and no longer able to be near the dragon-shifter, Ean leaves… Continue reading REVIEW: Hearts of Destiny by Kay Doherty

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REVIEW: All Boys Aren’t Blue by George. M. Johnson

The Official Description: official description Just the facts: A memoir written in essays, being black and queer. A must read for all queer, black people... and everyone else for that matter. - Kinzie Things My thoughts bit: This is a remarkable memoir by George M. Johnson. Amongst other things, he is an award-winning journalist and activist.… Continue reading REVIEW: All Boys Aren’t Blue by George. M. Johnson

Contemporary · lgbtqia content · mental health · substance abuse

REVIEW: Blue Umbrella Sky by Rick R. Reed

The Official Description: Lambda Literary Award Finalist for Gay Romance Milt Grabaur has left his life, home, and teaching career in Ohio to start anew. The Summer Winds trailer park in Palm Springs, butted up against the San Jacinto mountain range, seems the perfect place to forget the pain of nursing his beloved husband through… Continue reading REVIEW: Blue Umbrella Sky by Rick R. Reed

Contemporary · MM romance

REVIEW: Burn Zone (Hot Shots #1) by Annabeth Albert

The Official Description: Introducing Annabeth Albert’s Hotshots series—the emotions and intensity of Chicago Fire with the raw, natural elements of Man vs. Wild. Danger lurks everywhere for Central Oregon’s fire crews, but the biggest risk of all might be losing their hearts… Smoke jumper Lincoln Reid is speechless to see Jacob Hartman among his squad’s… Continue reading REVIEW: Burn Zone (Hot Shots #1) by Annabeth Albert

MM romance · Paranormal · urban fantasy

REVIEW: From The Dark We Came by J.Emery

The Official Description: Belar has made lying into an art form. His neighbors know him as a mild mannered music teacher, but to his fellow monster hunters he’s a senior agent with one of the best track records in the organization. Werewolves, malignant spirits, and other oddities—you name it, he can track it. And kill it… Continue reading REVIEW: From The Dark We Came by J.Emery

lgbtqia content · non-fiction

REVIEW: Once A Girl, Always a Boy by Jo Ivestor

The Official Description: Jeremy Ivester is a transgender man. Thirty years ago, his parents welcomed him into the world as what they thought was their daughter. As a child, he preferred the toys and games our society views as masculine. He kept his hair short and wore boys’ clothing. They called him a tomboy. That’s… Continue reading REVIEW: Once A Girl, Always a Boy by Jo Ivestor

coming out · Contemporary · MM romance · own voices author

REVIEW: Happy Place by Jay Northcote

The Official Description: A first kiss from a younger man leads to a sexual awakening… George’s strict upbringing has left him ashamed of his sexuality. In his forties now, he's yet to come out or even kiss a man—until he meets Quentin. Quentin has had enough of bad relationships with men who won't commit. Still… Continue reading REVIEW: Happy Place by Jay Northcote

coming out · lgbtqia content · young adult

REVIEW: The Mixtape To My Life by Jake Martinez

The Official Description: Justin Ortega might as well be starring in his very own coming-of-age 80s movie. If only he could find his dream boy to pull up in front of his house in a red convertible and sweep him off his feet, already! At seventeen years young, he isn’t quite Mexican enough for his South… Continue reading REVIEW: The Mixtape To My Life by Jake Martinez