Contemporary · lgbtqia content · mental health · own voices author

REVIEW: Unraveling by Rick R. Reed

The Official Description: Randy Kay has the perfect life with his beautiful wife and adorable son. But Randy’s living a lie, untrue to himself and everyone who knows him. He’s gay. Marriage and fatherhood, which he thought could change him, have failed. He doubts if anyone can love him for who he really is—especially himself.… Continue reading REVIEW: Unraveling by Rick R. Reed

MM romance · own voices author

REVIEW: A Fluid State by Rob Browatzke

The Official Description: Patrick returns from a tour of duty to find his son very different. Peter is dressing in girl's clothes, and his hair is too long, and he's obsessed with drag queens. None of that sits well with Patrick. Patrick then meets the drag queen Ann Moore, and starts to hang out with them.… Continue reading REVIEW: A Fluid State by Rob Browatzke

Contemporary · lgbtqia content · MM romance

REVIEW and GIVEAWAY: The Layover by Roe Horvat

The Official Description: Eight years ago, Ondro Smrek fled Slovakia and the bigotry that drove his first lover to take his own life. The demons proved impossible to outrun, though, and now, desperate for somewhere to belong, Ondro is returning to start over. During a layover in Basel, Switzerland, he meets Jamie, an American living in… Continue reading REVIEW and GIVEAWAY: The Layover by Roe Horvat

Contemporary · MM romance

REVIEW: We Still Live by Sara Dobie Bauer

The Official Description: Running from a scandal that ruined his life, Isaac Twain accepts a teaching position at Hambden University where, three months prior, Professor John Conlon stopped a campus nightmare by stepping in front of an active shooter. When John and Isaac become faculty advisors for the school's literary magazine, their professional relationship evolves. Despite… Continue reading REVIEW: We Still Live by Sara Dobie Bauer

Contemporary · lgbtqia content · MM romance · own voices author

REVIEW: Pulse of My Heart by Jessi Noelle

The Official Description: Vincent Franklin’s last mistake had a body count. Now, he’s back on the fireline with something to prove to his fellow firefighters and most of all to himself. But when a sexy Irishman with talent and a camera captures him in a weak moment, he puts Vince’s heart at risk. Still, there’s something… Continue reading REVIEW: Pulse of My Heart by Jessi Noelle

MM romance

REVIEW: Hot Potato by (Seacroft #3) by Allison Temple

  The Official Description: As Seacroft’s resident weirdo, Avery proudly flies a lot of freak flags. It’s a constant battle to be taken seriously when everything, from his red hair to his sexuality, makes him stand out in this small town. Small towns are also a terrible place to keep secrets, and Lincoln has a bunch… Continue reading REVIEW: Hot Potato by (Seacroft #3) by Allison Temple

lgbtqia content · young adult

REVIEW: We Are Totally Normal by Rahul Kanakia

The Official Description: Nandan’s got a plan to make his junior year perfect. He’s going to make sure all the parties are chill, he’s going to smooth things over with his ex, and he’s going to help his friend Dave get into the popular crowd—whether Dave wants to or not. The high school social scene might… Continue reading REVIEW: We Are Totally Normal by Rahul Kanakia

lgbtqia content · non-fiction · own voices author

REVIEW: Brave by Shaun David Hutchinson

The descriptive bit: Shaun David Hutchinson is a well-known YA author. You may have heard of some of his fiction: We Are The Ants, The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley, At the Edge of the Universe and The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried (My review of Shaun's most recent title is here).… Continue reading REVIEW: Brave by Shaun David Hutchinson