historical · lgbtqia content · mystery · sequel · suspense

REVIEW: Boiling Over by Thea McAlistair

The Official Description: On the run from trumped-up murder charges, Alex Dawson and his boyfriend Sev settle in a small town in Vermont on the recommendation of Sev’s mob-boss cousin Bella. Chickadee is so tiny that it has only one major employer in the depths of the Great Depression: Trask & Co. Maple Sugar Mill. It’s… Continue reading REVIEW: Boiling Over by Thea McAlistair

historical · Holiday Story · MM romance · mystery · Paranormal

REVIEW and GIVEAWAY: Dances Long Forgotten by Ruby Moone

The Official Description: On Christmas Eve, Dylan, the man of James Pell-Charnley’s dreams, is on the point of walking out. Then they hear the faint strains of a waltz in the library of the empty abbey. The music is said to be heard only by those truly in love and it gives James the courage to… Continue reading REVIEW and GIVEAWAY: Dances Long Forgotten by Ruby Moone

Contemporary · lgbtqia content · mystery · polyamory · sequel · suspense

REVIEW: Body Parts and Mind Games (County Durham Quad #4) by Jude Tresswell

The Official Description: Organ trafficking, types of attraction and far-right nationalism are ingredients in this tale about Mike, Ross, Raith and Phil, a gay polyamorous quad who live in North-East England. Phil is a surgeon in Warbridge Hospital. A patient's organs are harvested illegally. Are Phil's colleagues involved? Detective Nick Seabrooke returns to Warbridge to… Continue reading REVIEW: Body Parts and Mind Games (County Durham Quad #4) by Jude Tresswell

lgbtqia content · mystery · own voices author · suspense

REVIEW: Lion’s Head Revisited by Jeffrey Round

The Official Description: Private investigator Dan Sharp investigates the disappearance of a young boy in the Canadian wilderness. When a four-year-old autistic boy disappears on a camping trip, his mother is reluctant to involve the police. Instead, she calls in private investigator Dan Sharp after a ransom demand arrives. On investigating, Dan learns there are plenty… Continue reading REVIEW: Lion’s Head Revisited by Jeffrey Round