Book Reviews

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  • Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith at Arcade Crimewise

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Agents/Spies / Officer of the Law / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by ParisDude on 07-July-2020
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    When the review request for this book came in, my immediate answer was “Greece, crime fiction, exactly what the doctor prescribed…”, if I remember correctly. I might have been hopping on my chair with joy, too, and therefore, once the book had been sent, I opened it with genuine positive anticipation.

     

  • Tales from Foster High (Tales from Foster High 1) by John Goode at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Young Adult / Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 07-July-2020
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    Several people whose opinions I respect greatly have told me time and again that I needed to read 'Tales from Foster High' by John Goode.

     

  • Pieces of Me (Missing Pieces 2) by N.R. Walker at BlueHeart Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Disability / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 07-July-2020
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    Everyone should have someone in their lives like Dallas, of ‘Pieces of Me’ by N.R. Walker. As Justin recovers from his accident, Dallas is right there, nurturing, gently encouraging, and loving Justin as hard as he can.

     

  • Love in Retrograde by Charlie Cochet

    Genre Gay / Futuristic / Future Earth / Soldiers/Mercenaries / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller / Action/Adventure
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 07-July-2020
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    Passionate scientists can be dangerous for many reasons, and some of them are explored in this entirely possible futuristic story.

     

  • Lake Fearless 1: Summer Stories by Wit Talcott

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Fiction
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 06-July-2020
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    The first of two anthologies in the ‘Lake Fearless’ series consist of three stories related by time, place and recurring characters.

     

  • Drifter by Eden Winters at Rocky Ridge Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 06-July-2020
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    Mike Rose, of ‘Drifter’ by Eden Winters, has been doing the best he can after being disowned by his ‘religious’ family for being gay, traveling around trying to make sense of his life.

     

  • Ravenous by John Inman at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Kristin F. on 06-July-2020
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    ‘Ravenous’ is a read that packs a lot into 200 pages – light horror, suspense, traumatic loss, emotional awakening, and a happy ever after.

     

  • Cowboy in the Crosshairs (Turquoise, NM 1) by BA Tortuga at Turtlehat Creatives

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Cowboys / Officer of the Law / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 06-July-2020
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    Small-town communities and how they handle things are very different from how stuff is done in cities, and Turquoise, New Mexico, is a prime example of some of the eccentricities that are perfectly normal for a close-knit community.

     

  • Borderland by F.E. Feeley Jr. and Jamie Fessenden at Beaten Track Publishing

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Ghosts/Spirits/Hauntings / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller / Fiction
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 03-July-2020
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    George and Jason, of ‘Borderland’ by F.E. Feely, Jr. and Jamie Fessenden, have a great life, are able to retire early, and are making plans for their future, when tragedy strikes and George is diagnosed with cancer.

     

  • How to Heal (Lovestrong 5) by Susan Hawke

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officer of the Law / BDSM / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by ParisDude on 03-July-2020
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    I knew it! When I had finished book four of the ‘Lovestrong’ series, I had that gut feeling that someone had been… well, not really left out but somehow built to such an extent, as a character, that he deserved more attention.

     

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