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REVIEW: Sasha Masha by Agnes Borinsky

The Official Description: Transgender author Agnes Borinsky deftly explores gender identity and queer romance in this heart-wrenchingly honest debut novel. Alex feels like he is in the wrong body. His skin feels strange against his bones. And then comes Tracy, who thinks he's adorably awkward, who wants to kiss him, who makes him feel like… Continue reading REVIEW: Sasha Masha by Agnes Borinsky

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REVIEW: The Housemates collection by Jay Northcote

The Official Description:All six of the bestselling Housemates Series in one volume. “This box set brings six incredible tales together with their uniquely British feel and the emotional highs and lows of college age sexual exploration.” Mirrigold Helping Hand: bi-awakening, friends-to-lovers Like a Lover: escort and client, reluctant romance Practice Makes Perfect: first times, innocent… Continue reading REVIEW: The Housemates collection by Jay Northcote

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Blog Tour and Review: The Experiment by Rebecca Raine

BLOG TOUR Book Title: The Experiment Author: Rebecca Raine Cover Artist: Bec Rivers Release Date: Tuesday, 18 August (AEST) Genre/s: Contemporary MM Romance Trope/s: Friends-to-Lovers, Gay for You, First-time Gay Themes: Friendship, Self-discovery, Self-experimentation Heat Rating: 4 flames    Length: 85 000 words/ approx. 210 pages It is a standalone book. Goodreads   Buy Links -… Continue reading Blog Tour and Review: The Experiment by Rebecca Raine

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REVIEW: On The Kalalau Trail by Robin Reardon

The Official Description: Self-discovery. Sounds simple, right? After all, you’re already there. You’re already you. So it can surprise us that it takes so much time, and so much effort. It surprises Nathan Bartlett. In the first Trailblazer book (On Chocorua), Nathan’s adored older brother had died a tragic death. Two years later, during this… Continue reading REVIEW: On The Kalalau Trail by Robin Reardon