Book Reviews

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  • After the Romance Novel (Before... and After 1) by Susan Laine at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / New Adult / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 22-February-2017
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    When Adam, of 'After the Romance Novel' by Susan Laine, accidentally discovers that his best friend, Ethan, writes graphic gay novels, he's shocked. Living next door, he and Evan have been friends forever but have never talked about sexual things.

     

  • Better with Bacon by Matthew Lang at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 22-February-2017
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    ‘Better with Bacon’ starts with a shocking revelation after an unforeseen breakup, muddles its way through the depression, anger, and confusion that follow for everyone involved, and comes to an unexpected ending that proves, among other things, that it’s never too late to give up hope.

     

  • Fool's Gold by Sarah Madison

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Drama
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 22-February-2017
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    I have a wee love affair going with Sarah Madison and her writing. Reading the description of 'Fool's Gold' and being a horse lover myself made it very easy to pick up this book. I was entranced by Jake, disgusted by his father, Donald, and rooting for Rich.

     

  • Plunder (Spoils of War 2) by Kari Gregg

    Genre Gay / Fantasy / Royalty/Nobility / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 22-February-2017
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    Where the first book in this series was hard to read for me, due to the gruesome circumstances Prince Micah was exposed to during his enslavement by the Herrans, this sequel, in many ways, was even more difficult for me to deal with. It is a great story...

     

  • Jared (Urban Wolves 1) by Leona Windwalker at Rune Tree Press

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Urban Fantasy / Shifters / Vampires / Magic / Royalty/Nobility / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / MPreg / Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 21-February-2017
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    I truly enjoy experiencing new-to-me authors, and the trope of a human discovering the paranormal world and his own intimate ties to it can be a really good one when written well.

     

  • Claiming Cupid by Crymsyn Hart at Changeling Press

    Genre Gay / Fantasy / Magic / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / Mythological Creatures / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 21-February-2017
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    ‘Claiming Cupid’ may be about a being representing love, and Valentine’s Day is mentioned, but this fantasy tale is in no way a typical Valentine’s story.

     

  • The Nobleman and the Knave (A Once Upon a Future Story) by Pelaam at Fireborn Publishing

    Genre Gay / Fantasy / Royalty/Nobility / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 21-February-2017
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    'The Nobelman and the Knave' by Pelaam includes all of the elements of a fairy tale romance—two people in love, trials that threaten to separate them, and a villain determined to destroy them.

     

  • Spoils of War (Spoils of War 1) by Kari Gregg

    Genre Gay / Fantasy / Royalty/Nobility / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 21-February-2017
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    There are some books that are not nice to read, in the sense that they are neither relaxing nor entertaining. This is one of them for me. The story, however, is one that is well worth reading if you are interested in the way humans deal with adversity and a negation of who they are.

     

  • Ask, Tell by E.J. Noyes at Bella Books

    Genre Lesbian / Contemporary / Military/Former Military / Romance
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    Reviewed by Kym Palmer on 20-February-2017
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    I have read a few anecdotal stories of life in the military for gays and lesbians during the time of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” but this is the first fictional piece I’ve read that explores that era. And wow, it’s a good exploration at that! This is without a doubt one of the best LGBTQ books I’ve read in the last few months.

     

  • Beyond the Darkness (Dark Court 1) by Stormy Glenn at Siren Publishing

    Genre Gay / Fantasy / Warriors/Soldiers / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / MPreg / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 20-February-2017
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    It's near impossible for me to resist a Stormy Glenn story, but a new series? Oh, hell no! I was hooked right from the description and couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen.

     

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