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  • Blame It on the Fruitcake by Pat Henshaw at JMS Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 02-December-2020
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    I have a confession to make. *hangs head, shuffles feet, scuffs a toe back and forth* I've never eaten fruitcake. My whole life I've heard such horrors about it, that I've never tried it. So if you love it, or love making it, my apologies.

     

  • Handmade Holidays by 'Nathan Burgoine at Dominant Trident Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Interracial / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 02-December-2020
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    While this is a fairly short novella, it manages to include a lot of emotion, character growth, and the span of fifteen years in two men’s lives before they manage to discover that they belong together. Going from friends to lovers is rarely this protracted or painful, and I wanted to “nudge them along” more than once.

     

  • Bad Stepfather (Guilty Pleasures 3) by Romeo Preminger

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / New Adult / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller / Drama
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 01-December-2020
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    Bad Stepfather’ is quite the smorgasbord, as can be judged by the genre listing, above.

     

  • Niall (Vigilance 2) by Silvia Violet

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Contemporary / Erotic Romance / BDSM / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by nakin1978 on 01-December-2020
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    Man, this series just got better with this book. I loved every minute of this read! It has so many aspects to it.

     

  • The Fairy Shop by Tara Lain

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 01-December-2020
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    Nate Hawthorne, of ‘The Fairy Shop’ by Tara Lain, has been through a lot, including a failed marriage that ended when he came out as gay. The one bright spot in his unsuccessful marriage is his daughter, Delly.

     

  • Stranded with Desire by Rick R. Reed and Vivien Dean at NineStar Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance / Action/Adventure
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 01-December-2020
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    ‘Stranded with Desire’ contains a couple of tropes I like: “personal assistant and boss are secretly in love with each other” is one, and “plane crash victims fight for survival” is the other. But that is not all this novel offers.

     

  • Dragon Lesson (Supernatural Consultant 6) by Mell Eight at NineStar Press

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 30-November-2020
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    Absolutely adorable! All the stories in this series so far have been entertaining and cute, what with all the shenanigans the dragon kits got into as they were growing up, but now that they are college-age and discovering their mates, I am becoming even more of a fan.

     

  • Dancing with a Star (A Shore Thing 2) by Grace Kilian Delaney

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 30-November-2020
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    Quinn Bouchard and Xander Engstrom, of ‘Dancing with a Star’ by Grace Killian Delaney, met when they were children. Both were from dysfunctional homes, both desperate to find somewhere to belong. They became good friends, bonding in spite of their differences.

     

  • All the Rules of Heaven (All That Heaven Will Allow 1) by Amy Lane at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Genderfluid / Urban Fantasy / Angels & Demons / Ghosts/Spirits/Hauntings / Romance
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    Reviewed by Kristin F. on 25-November-2020
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    Hm. Well. Not sure where to begin – there is so much packed into these 300+ pages. There is a haunted house with a gender-fluid ghost as guardian, Tucker is a jaded thirty-year-old with psychic baggage and – in his words – a magical wanker, there is a “witchy” family, very evil spirits, and a kitten named Squishbeans.

     

  • The Thaw by Pat Henshaw at JMS Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Cowboys / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 25-November-2020
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    VJ and Thomas, of ‘The Thaw’ by Pat Henshaw, grew up together and share lots of memories, good and bad. Although they didn’t understand it at the time, they loved each other more than best friends or brothers.

     

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