Book Reviews

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  • Down on One Knee (Open Secrets 1) by Sage Kingsley

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Humor/Comedy
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 06-May-2021
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    Being a real friend means caring about someone when things are good or when they are bad. Rook has always tried to be that kind of friend to Sebastian although it hasn’t always been easy.

     

  • Fading and Freedom (Shifter Rescue 2) by Sean Michael

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Interspecies / Menage MMM / Polyamory / Erotic Romance / BDSM
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 06-May-2021
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    The idea of a shifter rescue, a place where mistreated shifters of different varieties can find refuge from those who have abused them, is still as interesting to me as in the first book of this series.

     

  • Who Knows the Moonlight (The Vigilante 3) by Tere Michaels at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Futuristic / Post-Apocalyptic / Future Earth / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 06-May-2021
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    Betrayal, deceit, lies, and machinations are at the heart of this third installment in Tere Michaels’s ‘The Vigilante’ series.

     

  • Whatever He Needs by Mia Kerick at Boroughs Publishing Group

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Daddy/Age Play
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 06-May-2021
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    I have often been called a “raving…” (noun to be supplied). Well, as ‘Heat” is the only numerical rating permitted by this review site, let me take the liberty, right here, of raving with kudos for Ms. Kerick’s newest tome, ‘Whatever He Needs’.

     

  • Secret Fire (Uniform Encounters 1) by Morticia Knight at Knight Ever After Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Firefighters / Law Enforcement / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 05-May-2021
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    Cops and firefighters. Really, any first responder story is always going to be packed with action and hot, sexy men. At least in fiction, that is.

     

  • Scales and Claws (Shifter Rescue 1) by Sean Michael

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / Magic / Shapeshifters / Erotic Romance / BDSM
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 05-May-2021
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    What a cool idea to have a shifter rescue hidden away in a BDSM club!

     

  • Blackout by Marco Carocari at Level Best Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller / Fiction
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    Reviewed by ParisDude on 04-May-2021
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    Franco DiMaso is your average forty-something-year-old gay New Yorker. He’s a talented photographer who cannot live on his photos alone, so makes ends meet by working in the restaurant of his best friends Gino and Carmine and also tending bar in another friend’s nightclub.

     

  • Blind Devotion (The Shifter Chronicles 3) by M.D. Grimm

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 04-May-2021
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    One of the things that has really struck me about 'The Shifter Chronicles' series by M.D. Grimm is the wide variety of plots and storylines in each successive book.

     

  • Love You So Special (Love You So 3) by Tara Lain

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Blue-Collar Workers / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 04-May-2021
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    At best Artie Hayes, of 'Love You So Special' by Tara Lain, has always thought of himself as boring, dumb, and nothing special. He loves his family but recognizes that they are unmotivated settling for what they have.

     

  • Beau's Dilemma: A Gay Tale of Science, Seduction & Murder in Sydney by Patrick Doyle

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 04-May-2021
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    While Beau’s Dilemma is categorized as a mystery, this review will not be one also! So, for readers drawn to stories honoring the fast pace and period flavor of the noir genre, Beau’s Dilemma is highly recommended.

     

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