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  • Love and Lint Rollers by Kaje Harper

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Doctors/Nurses/EMTs/Vets / Mature Lovers / Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 20-May-2019
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    Two middle-aged men, a lot of animals (especially cats), and the very realistic writing style of Kaje Harper had me loving this book from the get-go.

     

  • Azaran (The Brotherhood of Ormarr 1) by Jacki James

    Genre Gay / Fantasy / Alternate Reality / Doctors/Nurses/EMTs/Vets / Magic / Mythological Creatures / Warriors/Soldiers / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 20-May-2019
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    This first book in the ‘Brotherhood of Ormarr’ series is a great introduction to an alternate reality which is very similar to our world, except there are dragons, dragon riders, and the magic that makes them work together.

     

  • The Secretary and the Ghost (Read by Candlelight 1) by Gillian St. Kevern

    Genre Gay / Historical / 16th Century / Royalty/Nobility / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 17-May-2019
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    In order to help his father repay an enormous debt his father owes due to the mismanagement of his estate by his brother, Pip Leighton goes to work for the ill-tempered Lord Cross, a distant relative.

     

  • A Cordial Agreement by Ryan Loveless at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Asexual/Aromantic / Contemporary / BDSM / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 17-May-2019
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    People sign contracts for all kinds of reasons, but the one at the center of this story is rather unusual. The “cordial agreement” is between rich CEO Grant, who wants to relieve his frustration about his misbehaving son by taking it out on someone else, and tormented stripper Jim, who believes he deserves physical punishment for his sins.

     

  • Future Gay Boyfriend by Kate Hawthorne and E.M. Denning

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 16-May-2019
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    Ryan Kingston, of ‘Future Gay Boyfriend’ by Kate Hawthorne and E.M. Denning, feels like life is leaving him behind. When he finds out that his best friend and his twin brother have been seeing each other behind his back, he feels betrayed and lost.

     

  • Surprise Groom (Marital Bliss 1) by DJ Jamison

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 16-May-2019
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    ‘Surprise Groom’ is a wonderful variation on the fake marriage/marriage of convenience idea, a story filled with family drama and personal revenge, and a very entertaining look at two best friends who lost touch only to find themselves reunited twelve years later.

     

  • Promises (Coda 1) by Marie Sexton at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 15-May-2019
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    I originally read this book quite a few years ago and immediately fell for the small town of Coda, the characters, and the author.

     

  • The Accidental Baker by Clare London

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 15-May-2019
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    Donnie Watson, of ‘The Accidental Baker’ by Clare London, is a good-hearted person who loves to make others happy. He loves to bake but, although his heart is in the right place, his “creations” don’t always turn out the way they are intended to.

     

  • Alcatraz! (Repeating History 4) by Dakota Chase at Harmony Ink Press

    Genre Gay / Fantasy / Time Travel / Magic / Young Adult / Romance / Action/Adventure
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 15-May-2019
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    Two young men find out what life was like in Alcatraz in the 1930s while attempting to retrieve a mysterious locket that Al Capone is rumored to always have carried with him. It’s another adventure in this exciting series where two juvenile delinquents get punished by their history teacher for burning down his office.

     

  • Why We Fight (At First Sight 4) by TJ Klune at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Genderfluid / Contemporary / Students/Teachers/Professors / Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 14-May-2019
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    There was a touch of bittersweetness during my reading of this final book in the ‘At First Sight’ series. I discovered m/m romance in 2012 and this author is one I gravitated towards very early due mainly to loving his ‘Bear, Otter, and the Kid’ series.

     

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