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REVIEW: Whatever He Needs by Mia Kerick

The Official Description: DADDY ISSUES Nightclub dancer, Dimmy Cirillo, is living a nightmare. He doesn’t want to be the boy-toy his father is pimping him out to be, but he has no way out. Construction-company heir, Liam McAllister, wasn’t looking to become anyone’s white knight, but he couldn’t stop himself from helping the willowy, tattooed… Continue reading REVIEW: Whatever He Needs by Mia Kerick

Books · Comedy · Contemporary · lgbtqia content · own voices author · romance

REVIEW: Playing the Palace by Paul Rudnick

The Official Description: THEIR LOVE STORY CAPTIVATED THE WORLD…THE CROWN PRINCE AND THAT GUY FROM NEW YORK When a lonely American event planner starts dating the gay Prince of Wales, a royal uproar ensues: is it true love or the ultimate meme? Find out in this hilarious romantic comedy. After having his heart trampled on… Continue reading REVIEW: Playing the Palace by Paul Rudnick

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REVIEW: Yes, Daddy byJonathan Parks-Ramage

The Official Description: A propulsive, scorching modern gothic, Yes, Daddy follows an ambitious young man who is lured by an older, successful playwright into a dizzying world of wealth and an idyllic Hamptons home where things take a nightmarish turn. Jonah Keller moved to New York City with dreams of becoming a successful playwright, but,… Continue reading REVIEW: Yes, Daddy byJonathan Parks-Ramage

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REVIEW: Sage and King by Molly Ringle

The Official Description: Zaya expected to be the irresponsible youngest prince his whole life. But when his two older siblings are killed by an unidentified magician, he finds himself crowned king of Lushrain—the end of his liberty as he knows it. As part of his training, he’s sent to Heartwood for a month, the house… Continue reading REVIEW: Sage and King by Molly Ringle

Books · Contemporary · diverse characters · grief · lgbtqia content · mental health · own voices author · physical disability · read the trigger warnings · romance · self-discovery

REVIEW: Left In The Dark by Zev de Valera

The Official Description: Cal Restrepo, victim of a road rage automobile accident, emerges from unconsciousness into a world he does not recognize. Under the care of the doctors at Wending Hills and the help of his friends and neighbors, Cal gradually recovers his memory and the full use of his body. Yet, so many of… Continue reading REVIEW: Left In The Dark by Zev de Valera

Books · Comedy · Contemporary · diverse characters · gender identity · lgbtqia content · mental health · MM romance · own voices author · part of series · read the trigger warnings · sexually explicit

REVIEW: The Hate Project

The Official Description: This arrangement is either exactly what they need--or a total disaster Oscar is a grouch. That’s a well-established fact among his tight-knit friend group, and they love him anyway. Jack is an ass. Jack, who’s always ready with a sly insult, who can’t have a conversation without arguing, and who Oscar may… Continue reading REVIEW: The Hate Project

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REVIEW: Leap of Faith by C.F. White

The Official Description: Sometimes all you need is a little push. Running from his shattered gymnastics career, Charlie Avrill’s one hope for redemption is the strange and colourful world of the circus. His skills should make him a good fit for seasoned performer, Darius Lungo. But Darius won’t compromise his high stakes act for just… Continue reading REVIEW: Leap of Faith by C.F. White

Books · Contemporary · diverse characters · grief · lgbtqia content · mental health · MM romance · read the trigger warnings · romance · sexually explicit

REVIEW: The Harder We Fall by Rebecca Raine

The Official Description: For years, I’ve been bound by sleeplessness and sorrow. His voice threatens to set me free. Insomnia. It’s part of the penance I pay for my greatest mistake. But when an ill-timed doze behind the wheel of my car nearly introduces me to a pole, I know something has to change. Sleep… Continue reading REVIEW: The Harder We Fall by Rebecca Raine

Books · coming out · Contemporary · diverse characters · giveaway · lgbtqia content · mental health · MM romance · new adult · part of series · read the trigger warnings

Blog Tour, Excerpt & Giveaway: Dead Sea by Mia Kerick

Blog Tour, Excerpt & Giveaway: Dead Sea by Mia Kerick Story Ballads, Book 2 He risks his life and finds his heart. Kyle is a swaggering bully; Lenny strives to be invisible. Kyle has been left alone in the world; Lenny is the world’s biggest loner. When Kyle saves Lenny from drowning, their lives will… Continue reading Blog Tour, Excerpt & Giveaway: Dead Sea by Mia Kerick

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REVIEW: The Quiet House by Lily Morton

The Official Description: Levi Black has mostly recovered from the events of a year ago. The only lingering effects are that he’s much more well known in York than he’d like to be, and he’s a lot more cautious about walking around his house naked. However, those events brought him the capricious and fascinating Blue,… Continue reading REVIEW: The Quiet House by Lily Morton

5 stars · Books · grief · historical · lgbtqia content · MM romance · part of series · romance · sequel · sexually explicit

REVIEW: The Soldier and The Spy

The Official Description: A beholden man finds himself falling for the war hero he’s destined to double-cross. Three hundred pounds for one night of protection. It’s a job offer, but it’s also a ruse. Captain Benjamin Frakes, war hero and de facto head of the Society of Beasts—a club for gentlemen who prefer gentlemen—is tempted… Continue reading REVIEW: The Soldier and The Spy