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  • Where There's a Will (The Runway Project 1.5) by Gianni Holmes at Coco Nutz

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 14-February-2020
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    After they set a date for their wedding, Will, of ‘Where There's a Will’ by Gianni Holmes, expects Ainsley to go all out planning their wedding, but nothing could have prepared him for the intensity with which Ainsley dives into the preparations.

     

  • Conversation Hearts by Avon Gale at Stormcloud Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Assassins/Mercenaries / Rent Boys/Escorts/Porn Stars / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 14-February-2020
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    I really, really needed something light, funny, and sexy to read today. As soon as I read the description for 'Conversation Hearts' by Avon Gale, I knew I'd found what I was looking for.

     

  • The Moment (A Little Bit Cupid 3) by Pelaam at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 14-February-2020
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    It remains problematic whether an important characteristic of fairy tales is the absolute predictability of the story’s flow.

     

  • The Dishevelled Duke (A Little Bit Cupid 4) by Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 14-February-2020
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    Fairy tales can be directed at adults, and so much of aspirational gay lit is, in some manner, akin to that genre. Here, oddly, is one story without any descriptive sex scenes, which made me choose pure, asexual romance for the usage of reading time.

     

  • Some Kind of Magic (Being(s) in Love 1) by R. Cooper

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / Magic / Shifters / Wizards & Witches / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 14-February-2020
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    Prejudice is a very human thing – or so I thought until I read this book. R. Cooper has built an intriguing supernatural world, in which “Beings” of all types have come out and are now more or less integrated into human society.

     

  • Tattoos & Teacups by Anna Martin

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Students/Teachers/Professors / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 14-February-2020
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    There is definitely something to be said for a "comfort read". Much like comfort food, a comfort read is what I pull out when I want something I know one hundred percent that it's sweet and easy and fun and sexy.

     

  • Canning the Center (The Long Pass Chronicles 2) by Tara Lain

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Athletes/Coaches / Students/Teachers/Professors / New Adult / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 14-February-2020
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    Jamal Jones, from Tara Lain's 'Canning the Center', thinks he's got it all when he is picked up by a professional football team.

     

  • Safe House (Buchanan House Love Stories 3) by Charley Descoteaux

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Mature Lovers / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 14-February-2020
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    ‘Buchanan House’, a fictional B&B/guest house on the Oregon coast set up for the LGTBQ+ crowd, is a great place and I always look forward to every story set there.

     

  • Murder House (PsyCop 10) by Jordan Castillo Price at JCP Books

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Officers of the Law / Ghosts/Spirits/Hauntings / Psychic Powers / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Kristin F. on 13-February-2020
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    Victor is on his first undercover assignment, hoping that this avenue will get him a high enough security clearance he can see his personnel file. It is, really, a very simple assignment. Pretend to be married to Jack Bly, empath, and see if the next-door neighbor is actually a medium.

     

  • Gummy Bears & Grenades (THIRDS 9.5) by Charlie Cochet

    Genre Gay / Futuristic / Urban Fantasy / Agents/Spies / Officers of the Law / Shifters / Erotic Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 13-February-2020
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    I’m beyond ecstatic that the author decided to write this short novella set between ‘Darkest Hour Before Dawn’ and the as yet unreleased, ‘Tried & True’. I can never get enough of the THIRDS universe.

     

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