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REVIEW: All the Wrong Reasons by Sebastian Hansen

The day after telekinetic supervillain (and billionaire philanthropist), Stetson Nadenheimer dies, he wakes up on the autopsy table and falls in lust with the man hired to cut his cold, dead corpse open. The problem is that the forensic pathologist is Doctor Julian Dandridge, the part-time superhero, Scatter. It’s probably a bad idea for a… Continue reading REVIEW: All the Wrong Reasons by Sebastian Hansen

Contemporary · diverse characters · erotica · mental health · MM romance · Paranormal · sci-fi / fantasy

REVIEW: Awakening

The Official Description: Nathen was recently diagnosed with autism, and he’s a newly created vampire. His maker, a multinational corporation with its finger on the pulse of the technology industry, has recruited him to stop a terrorist plot. In the process, he meets Cameron, a telepath and psychologist, who has a troubled past he keeps… Continue reading REVIEW: Awakening

Comedy · lgbtqia content · Paranormal · sci-fi / fantasy

REVIEW: Dragon Consultant by Mell Eight

The Official Description: The FAA has been struggling with dragons attacking their planes, and hire Dane, a supernatural consultant, to look into the matter. What Dane finds in the woods is not quite the problem he expected: a group of dragon kits and their sick father. When he learns the real reason the family was… Continue reading REVIEW: Dragon Consultant by Mell Eight

coming out · Contemporary · lgbtqia content · own voices author · young adult

REVIEW: Why Can’t Life Be Like Pizza? by Andy V. Roamer

The Official Description: RV is a good kid, starting his freshman year at the demanding Boston Latin School. Though his genes didn’t give him a lot of good things, they did give him a decent brain. So he’s doing his best to keep up in high school, despite all the additional pressures he’s facing: His… Continue reading REVIEW: Why Can’t Life Be Like Pizza? by Andy V. Roamer

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REVIEW: The Family We Make by Dan Wingreen

The Official Description: Spencer Kent gave up on love a long time ago. As a twenty-eight-year-old single father with a fourteen-year-old son, Connor, he knows his appeal to the average gay man is limited, and when you factor in his low self-esteem and tendencies towards rudeness and sarcasm, it might as well be nonexistent. But… Continue reading REVIEW: The Family We Make by Dan Wingreen