Book Reviews

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  • Pasta, Potatoes, and Omelets by Melian Belt at Less Than Three Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 15-January-2019
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    After being dumped by his ex-boyfriend, Lorenzo Tommasi, of ‘Pasta, Potatoes, and Omelets’ by Milian Belt, desperately needs a change of scenery. He leaves his office job as a corporate lawyer and accepts a temporary assignment with the police.

     

  • Ten (Love by Numbers 1) by Tia Fielding at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Drama
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 15-January-2019
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    Two wounded souls for whom “10” has a special significance, a ton of complications, and a love that seems impossible for more than one reason are at the center of this emotional drama that pulled me in on page one and didn’t let me go until the final page.

     

  • The Recruit (Alpha Squad 1) by Julia Talbot at Changeling Press

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Assassins/Mercenaries / Military/Former Military / Shifters / Romance / Action/Adventure
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 15-January-2019
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    As the start of a series about Alpha Squad, an ops team made up of diverse shifters, this first story worked really well for me. It not only starts right in the middle of a disastrous mission, but also shows what kind of world the team live in and showcases some of their (very complicated) interpersonal relationships.

     

  • Seer (Soulmates 2) by Erin M. Leaf at Evernight Publishing

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Psychic Powers / Erotic Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 14-January-2019
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    I was very excited to return to this intriguing world the author has created in her ‘Soulmates’ series. It is a world where very few people (approximately 1 percent) have a power, a Craft, and within that tiny percentage even fewer have any active talent.

     

  • Unfamiliar Waters by Andrew Grey at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 14-January-2019
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    As this story goes to show, a cop being asked to take a break from law enforcement can’t always let go of his talent for finding trouble, his need to fix what is wrong, or the fact that he is prepared to fight for those who need his help.

     

  • Sno Ho (Summit City 1) by Ethan Day

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Athletes/Coaches / Erotic Romance / Humor/Comedy
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 12-January-2019
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    My introduction to Boone Daniels (I know, right?) is as unique as the man himself. His constant streaming consciousness, self-chastising, and opinions are over-the-top and do an excellent job of providing backstory while not spelling it out, if that makes sense?

     

  • Oil and Water (The Wildcatters 1) by BA Tortuga at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 12-January-2019
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    Oil and water are two substances that do not mix well – and neither do oilman Max and multimillionaire’s son Morgan. Well, at least they shouldn’t at first glance.

     

  • The Captain's Cornish Christmas (A Captivating Captains Story) by Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 12-January-2019
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    With no one to spend Christmas with, Jago Treherne, of ‘The Captain’s Cornish Christmas’ by Catherine Curson and Eleanor Harkstead, volunteers to be on duty so the other men can spend time with their families.

     

  • Snowed In: Ross and Ashton by J.V. Speyer at JMS Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Interracial / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 12-January-2019
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    Sometimes reunions are all about the joy of finding “the one who got away” or the angst of “do we still have a chance” or the drama of seeing each other again, but in Ross and Ashton’s case, it is mostly about the residual anger.

     

  • The Ghost Had an Early Check-out (The Ghost Wore Yellow Socks 2) by Josh Lanyon at JustJoshin Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Military/Former Military / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 11-January-2019
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    For one of the few times in my life I was really happy to discover a book that had already been out for a number of years because the sequel was being released within six months of my review of book one.

     

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