Book Reviews

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  • Sugar Cookies and Computer Code by Kris Jacen at MLR Press

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / Magic / Mythological Creatures / Shifters / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 09-December-2018
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    Variations of the North Pole have me fascinated, and this one certainly has a few extra special twists. In this world, toys are shifters – alive when they are on their own or among themselves, they become toys when they are with their designated child.

     

  • Holiday Island (2018 Advent Calendar - Warmest Wishes) by A.D. Ellis at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 09-December-2018
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    Lucas, of Holiday Island by A.D. Ellis, is at his wit’s end. When he misses the last boat to the island he needs to get to for his job, he thinks all is lost, until he runs into Rafa who offers to take him in his boat.

     

  • Under the Felt Mistletoe by Nell Iris at JMS Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 09-December-2018
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    Handmade Christmas ornaments, felt mistletoe among them, are at the center of this very sweet story about two young men who meet as everyone prepares for Christmas.

     

  • Advent Adventure by Karrie Roman at NineStar Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 09-December-2018
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    Although I did not read the previous book where Jack and Will meet, this holiday story stands perfectly on its own and I really enjoyed their antics.

     

  • The Faller (2018 Advent Calendar - Warmest Wishes) by Daniel de Lorne at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Historical / 20th Century / Blue-Collar Workers / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 08-December-2018
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    Western Australia in 1912 was not exactly a safe place for a man to fall in love with another man, and as this story shows, the consequences were brutal.

     

  • Christmas Kitsch by Amy Lane at Dreamspiner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Students/Teachers/Professors / New Adult / Erotic Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 08-December-2018
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    I originally read this book back in 2013 when it was first released through a different publisher and I loved every single minute of it. My second read of it (and yes, I am equally horrified that it has taken me five years to accomplish that) was no less amazing and full of all things good.

     

  • Slow Thaw (Escape from the Holidays) by J. Scott Coatsworth at Mischief Corner Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Mature Lovers / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 08-December-2018
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    When scientists butt heads it can either be very civilized and dominated by formula, or it can get just as messy as when any two men disagree.

     

  • Christmas Homecoming (The Christmas Angel 4) by L.A. Witt at 44 Raccoons

    Genre Gay / Historical / 20th Century / Warriors/Soldiers / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 08-December-2018
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    Book four of this fantastic seven-book series about a wooden Christmas Angel starts in 1939, in a small town in Iowa.

     

  • Trapped in the Valley of the Kings (2018 Advent Calendar - Warmest Wishes) by Blue Jones at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 07-December-2018
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    I’ve never been to Egypt and seen the beauty of the pyramids, so I can only imagine how magnificent it must be to stand there where civilization began.

     

  • The Alpha's Cranberry-Kissed Omega (Alpha Kissed 3) by Lorelei M. Hart at Decadent Publishing

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / MPreg / Omegaverse / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 07-December-2018
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    As alphas and omegas go, whether as shifters or in an omegaverse like the one this series is set in, there are certain stereotypes even in fictional worlds – the alphas are strong and physically fit, and omegas like being protected and are not usually athletes.

     

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