Book Reviews

Items 1-10 out of 5694 displayed.

  • The Second Mango (Mangoverse 1) by Shira Glassman

    Genre Lesbian / Fantasy / Royalty/Nobility / Young Adult / Romance / Action/Adventure
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by jj on 26-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    This young adult folk-like tale was super charming and incredibly engaging. I just fell in love with all the key characters and also hated the baddies a bunch. The balance was perfect.

     

  • Kissing Lessons (Before... and After 2) by Susan Laine at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Young Adult / Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 26-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    Merry and Boone have been best friends for a long time. They confide in each other about everything so when Merry comes to him with a problem, Boone is going to help him. Boone never considers the possibility that what Merry needs help with is learning how to kiss.

     

  • Howling Knight (Immortal Knights 3) by Marcy Jacks at Siren Publishing

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Shifters / Wizards & Witches / Immortals / Reincarnation / Interspecies / Erotic Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 26-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    This third adventure in the ‘Immortal Knights’ series focuses on the second member of this secret organization of knights who are supposed to protect humans and shifters alike, but have lost their way somewhat after all their mates were killed.

     

  • Vodka & Handcuffs (Mary's Boys 2) by Brandon Witt at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 26-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    Hamburger Mary’s, a chain of GLBTQ+-friendly restaurants in the US, is the setting for ‘Mary’s Boys’ – a new series set in Denver that looks to be interesting, varied, and doesn’t shy away from some very difficult topics.

     

  • Skim Blood and Savage Verse (Offbeat Crimes 3) by Angel Martinez at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Vampires / Psychic Powers / Interspecies / Erotic Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 25-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    Going feral is usually reserved for animals – or sometimes people – but to have books react that way? Only in Angel Martinez’s world of Philadelphia’s 77th Precinct with its paranormally defective members is such a thing even remotely possible.

     

  • Dandy's Little Girl by Ari McKay at Renaissance Flaire

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 25-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    I can't begin to imagine the pain of losing my husband at an early age, and certainly not when I'd be left with our six-month-old daughter to raise on my own. That is the tragedy that befalls Noah and Emily.

     

  • Runaway (World of Love) by Nic Starr at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Doctors/Nurses/EMTs / Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 25-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    Dr. Nathan Powell yearns for the slower lifestyle that moving back to his hometown will bring. He wants to be near his sister and his niece and nephew along with all the people he grew up with. All of his life, Nate has run away from who he is for fear of being ostracize for being gay.

     

  • The Right Time for Us (Cade Creek 14) by Stormy Glenn at Siren Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 25-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    As awful as emotional and physical abuse is, I find the tendency for victims to defend their abusers, or to “justify” their actions, at least as difficult to understand.

     

  • Imagines (Imago 2) by N.R. Walker at BlueHeart Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 24-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    'Imagines', by N.R. Walker, begins six months after 'Imago' ends. Jack and Lawson's relationship continues to strengthen as they proceed in their lives together.

  • Heart Unseen by Andrew Grey at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Disability / Romance
    Heat Level
    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 24-April-2017
    Review Blurb

    A romantic love story with minimal angst, a lot of heart, and interesting characters was exactly what I needed to read right now. I know that I can always rely on Andrew Grey “delivering” when warmth and gentleness with a touch of realism is needed, and luckily ‘Heart Unseen’ was next on my list.

     

Items 1-10 out of 5694 displayed.