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

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

canadian · coming out · Contemporary · diverse characters · mental health · MM romance · sexually explicit · substance abuse

REVIEW: To Be Alive by B. Rourke

The Official Description:  At twenty-two years old, Rhett Hawkins lives a life full of secrets and lies. Nobody knows the truth about his childhood growing up in an abusive home, the eating disorder that threatens to take his life, the obsessive thoughts about death that play like a movie in the back of his mind,… Continue reading REVIEW: To Be Alive by B. Rourke

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

REVIEW: Better Than People by Roan Parrish

The Official Description: It’s not long before their pet-centric arrangement sparks a person-centric desire… Simon Burke has always preferred animals to people. When the countdown to adopting his own dog is unexpectedly put on hold, Simon turns to the PetShare app to find the fluffy TLC he’s been missing. Meeting a grumpy children’s book illustrator who… Continue reading REVIEW: Better Than People by Roan Parrish

Contemporary · diverse characters · in recovery · lgbtqia content · mental health · polyamory · substance abuse

REVIEW: The Painted Phoenix by Sarah Kay Moll

The Official Description: With paintbrush in hand, Nate Redfield takes a city full of ugliness and makes it beautiful. His quiet, empty life is a refuge from a harrowing past, and although he has nothing to love, he also has nothing to lose. Standing up to the syndicate is a good way to end up with… Continue reading REVIEW: The Painted Phoenix by Sarah Kay Moll

Contemporary · erotica · mental health · MM romance · part of series · physical disability

REVIEW: High Heat by Annabeth Albert

The Official Description: Smoke jumping is Garrick Nelson’s life. Nothing, not severe injuries nor the brutal physical therapy that follows, is going to stop him from getting back with his crew. But when a lost dog shows up on his front porch, he can’t turn her away, and he can’t take care of her on… Continue reading REVIEW: High Heat by Annabeth Albert

Contemporary · diverse characters · giveaway · mental health · MM romance · sequel

REVIEW: Straight Up (The Speakeasy #4) by K. Evan Coles and Brigham Vaughn

The Speakeasy Series Media mogul Jesse Murtagh and bartender Kyle McKee decide to go into business together and open Under Lock & Key, a speakeasy on the upper West Side of Manhattan. The bar, with its secret passphrases and craft liquor cocktails, becomes a sanctuary for Jesse and Kyle’s circle of friends, who gather once… Continue reading REVIEW: Straight Up (The Speakeasy #4) by K. Evan Coles and Brigham Vaughn

Contemporary · mental health · MM romance · own voices author · part of series · Releases and Cover Reveals

REVIEW and GIVEAWAY: Rewritten by J.R. Gray

The Official Description:  Movie star 102: The headlines are never what they seem. Quellcrist wasn’t new to fame or the effect it had on a relationship. He’d been married in the spotlight for as long as he’d been famous. But that was before Hale. He knew it was going to test him but even he… Continue reading REVIEW and GIVEAWAY: Rewritten by J.R. Gray

bdsm · Contemporary · diverse characters · mental health · MM romance · part of series · sexually explicit · suspense

REVIEW: Surviving the Merge by C.P. Harris

The Official Description:  My name is Justin, and when I was seventeen, I fell in love with a boy named Damon. Damon was sick, only I didn’t know it at the time. And like any disease left untreated, it festered and burrowed into the unaffected areas of us, until we were both so far from… Continue reading REVIEW: Surviving the Merge by C.P. Harris

bdsm · Contemporary · diverse characters · mental health · MM romance · part of series · sexually explicit · suspense

Release Blitz, Excerpt and Giveaway: Surviving the Merge by C.P. Harris

Release Blitz, Excerpt & Giveaway: Surviving the Merge by C.P. Harris Chadwick, Book 1 My name is Justin, and when I was seventeen, I fell in love with a boy named Damon. Damon was sick, only I didn’t know it at the time. And like any disease left untreated, it festered and burrowed into the… Continue reading Release Blitz, Excerpt and Giveaway: Surviving the Merge by C.P. Harris

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

REVIEW: Unscripted by J.R. Grey

The Official Description:  Movie star 101: A smile hides all pain. Quellcrist King has been playing a part his entire life. The more famous he becomes, the more he hides. The only person he ever let see the real him rose with him from nothing to the very top. They were the king and queen… Continue reading REVIEW: Unscripted by J.R. Grey