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

coming out · Contemporary · mental health · MM romance · substance abuse

REVIEW and giveaway!: Falling For My Roommate by Garrett Leigh

The Official Description: Falling for his roommate gives ex footballer Micah the second chance he deserves, and what could be better than loving your best friend? Micah I’m a broke ex-football player with a bum leg and PTSD. Last summer, I had two choices: the streets, or find a cheap room to rent in the… Continue reading REVIEW and giveaway!: Falling For My Roommate by Garrett Leigh

Contemporary · diverse characters · lgbtqia content · M/F Romance · MM romance · mystery · own voices author · re-telling · substance abuse

REVIEW: Ted of the d’Urbervilles by Rob Rosen

RELEASE BLITZ Book Title: Ted of the d’Urbervilles Author: Rob Rosen Publisher: JMS Books Release Date: January 18, 2020 Genre/s: Contemporary M/M Romance, Comedy/Humour, Erotic Romance, Dark Comedy, Gay/Straight romance Themes: e.g. Personal growth, poor to rich Heat Rating: 4 flames Length: 63 600 / 195 pages It is a standalone story. Add on Goodreads… Continue reading REVIEW: Ted of the d’Urbervilles by Rob Rosen

5 stars · Contemporary · diverse characters · lgbtqia content · mental health · MM romance · musicians · my faves · romance · substance abuse

REVIEW: The Edge of the World by Garrett Leigh

Buy Links:Amazon US|Amazon UK|Universal Link-Exclusive to Amazon and Available to Borrow with Kindle Unlimited Cover Design:Black Jazz Design Length:60,000 words approx. Blurb Shay Maloney is living his dream—on tour with his pirate/folk-rock band. But you can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’re from, and that’s where moody filmmaker and researcher Ollie Pietruska… Continue reading REVIEW: The Edge of the World by Garrett Leigh

Contemporary · diverse characters · general fiction · lgbtqia content · mental health · substance abuse

REVIEW: On Chocorua by Robin Reardon

The Official Description: A mountain. A blizzard. A young man new to hiking and to love, making mistakes in both. First year of college. A great time to re-invent yourself. Nathan Bartlett takes the opportunity very seriously—maybe a little too seriously. And he makes mistakes. His mistakes? Falling for a straight guy who reminds him of… Continue reading REVIEW: On Chocorua by Robin Reardon

general fiction · lgbtqia content · mental health · substance abuse

REVIEW: Wounded Martyr by Courtney Maguire

The Official Description: Ice is an asshole, but he’s working on it. He’s two years sober, no small feat when you front a heavy metal band facing waning popularity and dismal ticket sales. But, the pieces of a life torn apart by alcoholism are finally coming back together. His band, Wounded Martyr, has written a great… Continue reading REVIEW: Wounded Martyr by Courtney Maguire