Book Reviews

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  • Passions of a Papillon (Fuzzy Love 1) by Tara Lain

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Doctors/Nurses/EMTs/Vets / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 22-January-2020
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    Finn Morgenstern, of ‘Passions of a Papillon’ by Tara Lain, isn’t crazy about his job as a defense lawyer, especially since his clients are almost certainly guilty.

     

  • Manners & Mannerisms by Tanya Chris

    Genre Gay / Historical / 19th Century / Regency / Royalty/Nobility / Romance
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 22-January-2020
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    That would be quite the headline, were there an open and scurrilous press in the 18th century. But, if so, 'Manners & Mannerisms' would more likely be an exposé rather than a light and bright work of fiction.

     

  • Forgiveness (Forbes Mates 4) by Grace R. Duncan

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 22-January-2020
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    I was so happy the author decided to tell Eric’s story. I mean, it was all because of what happened to Eric that made Tanner resist claiming his mate for so long that he almost lost him in the first book of this series.

     

  • This Is Not a Love Story by Suki Fleet

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Young Adult / Romance
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    Reviewed by Jamie Deacon on 22-January-2020
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    Even for an adult, living on the streets is a grim existence, one most of us can only imagine. For Romeo, not yet sixteen, slight for his age and mute since birth, it's a ceaseless battle to survive without drawing attention from those who would take advantage of his weakness.

     

  • Old Town New by BA Tortuga at Turtlehat Creatives

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 22-January-2020
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    One of my favorite types of stories is reunions and/or second chances. And with Quinn returning to his hometown in Colorado as the new sheriff, only to find out that his best friend from high school from eighteen years ago, Danny, is a teacher and his new neighbor, the scene is set for an entertaining read.

     

  • Window Watcher by Matt Converse at Encompass Ink

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Forgottenastronauts on 22-January-2020
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    OMG. Matt Converse was trying for Alfred Hitchcock and he succeeded in a very big way!

     

  • In Enemy Hands by M.A. Church

    Genre Gay / Science Fiction / Aliens / Other Planets / Interspecies / Romance / Action/Adventure
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 22-January-2020
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    ‘In Enemy Hands’ is a variation on the enemies-to-lovers trope, with a strong element of prisoner-falls-for-his-captor, wrapped up in a science fiction setting.

     

  • Lucifer's Litigator by TJ Nichols at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Urban Fantasy / Military/Former Military / Gods/Goddesses / Romance
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    Reviewed by nakin1978 on 22-January-2020
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    This was a good read. I was skeptical about this book because it is more than just a good versus evil story. But it turns out that this book was not at all what I expected in the least.

     

  • Sex Spells (The Devil's in the Details 1) by Pelaam at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Angels/Demons / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by ParisDude on 21-January-2020
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    Imagine your boyfriend is abroad and mistakenly forwards you the photo of a stranger’s dong (with said stranger’s unequivocal message and your boyfriend’s unequivocal answer) and, when questioned, decides to ditch you—per text message, if you please.

     

  • In Too Deep by Kate Sherwood

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Students/Teachers/Professors / New Adult / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 21-January-2020
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    It is way too simple an explanation to say that Aiden and Cade come from different worlds. These two young men don't just come from different worlds, they come from different ways of thinking and doing.

     

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