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Release Blitz, Excerpt and Review: Dark Summer by S.J. Coles

RELEASE BLITZ Book Title: Dark Summer (A sequel to Blood Winter) Author: S. J. Coles Publisher: Pride Publishing Release Date: July 27, 2021 Genres: M/M Romance, Paranormal Romance, Vampire Romance, Thriller Tropes: Love against the odds, Forbidden Love, love triangle Themes: Learning to love, healing, facing fears Heat Rating: 4 flames Length: 50 247 words/… Continue reading Release Blitz, Excerpt and Review: Dark Summer by S.J. Coles

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REVIEW: The Rebellious Tide by Eddy Boudel Tan

Sebastien’s search for his father leads him to a ship harbouring a dangerous secret. Sebastien has heard only stories about his father, a mysterious sailor who abandoned his pregnant mother thirty years ago. But when his mother dies after a lifetime of struggle, he becomes obsessed with finding an explanation — perhaps even revenge. The… Continue reading REVIEW: The Rebellious Tide by Eddy Boudel Tan

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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

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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