Contemporary · lgbtqia content · MM romance

REVIEW: The Road Between by Patrick Benjamin oooo

The Official Description:  Just because you can go home again, doesn’t mean you should. Television personality, Parker Houston has spent a lifetime following that motto; Running away at seventeen and vowing never to return to the small, country town that made growing up gay, practically unbearable. But when the death of a loved one forces… Continue reading REVIEW: The Road Between by Patrick Benjamin oooo

Contemporary · lgbtqia content · mental health · own voices author · Paranormal · suspense

REVIEW: Testament by Jose Nateras

The Official Description: Gabe Espinosa, is trying to dig himself out of the darkness. Struggling with the emotional fallout of a breakup with his ex-boyfriend, Gabe returns to his job at The Rosebriar Room; the fine dining restaurant at the historic Sentinel Club Chicago Hotel. Already haunted by the ghosts of his severed relationship, he’s… Continue reading REVIEW: Testament by Jose Nateras

Contemporary · general fiction · mental health · sci-fi / fantasy · suspense

REVIEW: The Subjects by Sarah Hopkins

The Official Description: As we got closer I could see behind the sandstone a curved concrete building: a purpose-built structure. But still no fence, no wire. Not a bar in sight. For this, I’d been told that morning, I should be grateful. This was a ‘lifeline…a last chance’. That is what the judge said. Daniel is… Continue reading REVIEW: The Subjects by Sarah Hopkins

lgbtqia content · MM romance · sci-fi / fantasy

REVIEW: The Wolf and The Sparrow by Isabelle Adler

The Official Description: Derek never wished to inherit his title as a result of a bloody battle. With the old count dead and the truce dependent on his marriage to the rival duke’s son, Derek has no choice but to agree to the victor’s terms in order to bring peace to his homeland. When he learns… Continue reading REVIEW: The Wolf and The Sparrow by Isabelle Adler

lgbtqia content · Paranormal

REVIEW: Graveyard Shift by Jenn Burke

The Official Description: Shifting Into High Fear Ghost/god Wes Cooper and his not-life partner, vampire Hudson Rojas, have settled into cohabitation in an upscale part of Toronto. So what if their hoity-toity new neighbors haven’t exactly rolled out the welcome mat for the paranormal pair? Their PI business is booming, and when a suspect they’ve been… Continue reading REVIEW: Graveyard Shift by Jenn Burke

MM romance

REVIEW: Romancing the Rough Diamond by Clare London

Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Universal Link Length: 244 pages Publisher: Dreamspinner Press Cover Design: Alexandria Corza Blurb Romancing The... Trust is the most precious jewel of all.  When Mayfair jewelers Starsmith Stones wins the commission for a gay royal wedding, CEO Joel Sterling is recommended to the brilliant young designer Matt Barth—only to discover Matt’s the man with whom… Continue reading REVIEW: Romancing the Rough Diamond by Clare London

FF romance · MM romance · my faves

REVIEW: Love On The Hudson by K.D. Fisher

  The Official Description: Art historian David Webster left his childhood home of Saugerties, New York ten years ago and hasn't looked back. Intelligent, successful, and proud of his sexuality, David has built a comfortable, if lonely, life in Chicago. But when he learns his father has suffered a debilitating stroke, he decides t o… Continue reading REVIEW: Love On The Hudson by K.D. Fisher

lgbtqia content · Paranormal · romance

REVIEW: Bite – A Vampire Anthology

The Official Description: Vampires old and new, strong and sensual, with desires both predatory and protective. Their attraction is fierce and fascinating, and their love is eternal. We believe they deserve a very special kind of man—and their own happily ever after. Four best-selling authors bring you their own take on the vampire lover’s story. In… Continue reading REVIEW: Bite – A Vampire Anthology

historical · lgbtqia content

REVIEW: No Good Men by Thea McAlistair

The Official Description: In 1934, almost everyone struggles to pay the rent, and Alex Dawson is no exception. To support his writing habit, he moonlights with his mentor Donnie as a bodyguard for the mayor. It’s dull work, until the night a handsome, golden-eyed stranger catches his eye–and both his boss and his mentor are killed… Continue reading REVIEW: No Good Men by Thea McAlistair