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REVIEW: Sparrows and the Hawk by Clyde Andrews

The Official Description: Erwin waits for Daniel in a safe house on the night of November 9th, 1938. Outside, there is violence and hate in the streets. Unknown to Erwin, this is the time that will soon be known as the beginning of the Holocaust. A time that will mean Daniel, the man Erwin loves,… Continue reading REVIEW: Sparrows and the Hawk by Clyde Andrews

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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

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REVIEW – Dancing With The Lion: Rise by Jeanne Reames

The Official Description: The story of Alexander before he became “the Great.” Finished with schooling, Alexandros is appointed regent of Makedon while his father is away on campaign. He thrives with his new authority—this is the role he was born for—yet it creates conflict with his mother and Hephaistion. And when his soldiers, whom he leads… Continue reading REVIEW – Dancing With The Lion: Rise by Jeanne Reames

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REVIEW: Slay Ride by Josh Lanyon

The Official Description: A wild and dangerous ride takes two lonely men into uncharted territory… 1943 Montana. Returning home to Montana after being wounded in the Pacific, Police Chief Robert Garrett was hoping for a little much needed Peace on Earth and Goodwill Toward Man. Instead, he finds himself chasing after a cold-blooded killer on Christmas… Continue reading REVIEW: Slay Ride by Josh Lanyon

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REVIEW: Dancing with the Lion: Becoming by Jeanne Reames

The descriptive bit: The son of the King of Makdon - Alexandros is on track to be a leader, and is battling to be treated like everyone else. Hephaistion arrives - searching for his own destiny and becomes friends with the young prince. Their relationship flourishes as they begin their education together under the trusted… Continue reading REVIEW: Dancing with the Lion: Becoming by Jeanne Reames