Book Reviews

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  • Ostakis by Angelica Primm at NineStar Press

    Genre Gay / Bisexual / Nonbinary / Genderfluid / Science Fiction / Aliens / Other Planets / Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 19-April-2019
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    It has been quite a while since I have read a science-fiction story and there was something in the blurb for ‘Ostakis’, something merely hinted at, that had me very curious as to what Kaj was going to find on this planet and who the Cursed are.

     

  • Vampire with Benefits (Supernatural Selection 2) by E.J. Russell at Riptide Publishing

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Shifters / Vampires / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 19-April-2019
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    Pretend-boyfriends are one thing, and a trope I love, but this second volume in the ‘Supernatural Selection’ series takes it all a step further and introduces the idea of a pretend-marriage. Not for financial or social gain, mind you.

     

  • Blood Pond by D.J. Manly at eXtasy Books

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Psychic Powers / Erotic Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 19-April-2019
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    Where do I even start with his one? It is an amazing book: the build of tension and the revelation of the mystery surrounding August's brother's death are extremely well done, the quality of the writing made it a joy to read, and the characters came to life for me as if they were real people.

     

  • Welcome Home by Lina Langley

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 18-April-2019
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    Does your outward appearance truly change who you are? Milo Anscombe thinks so. After his mother dies, he is forced to go live with his father to whom he is more of a nuisance than anything else.

     

  • New Tricks by Andrew Grey at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / May/December / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 18-April-2019
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    “You can't teach an old dog new tricks.” — idiom

    …but what if the "old dog" wants to learn something new? Thomas, the main character of this book, is by no means old, but almost forty is close to ancient in New York.

     

  • Extra Dirty (The Speakeasy 2) by K. Evan Coles & Brigham Vaughn at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Menage MMM / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 17-April-2019
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    Jesse Murtag, of ‘Extra Dirty’ by K. Evan Coles and Brigham Vaughn, is handsome and rich enough to have anything or anyone he wants and frequently takes advantage of it.

     

  • Under His Protection (Dreamspun Desires) by LaQuette at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Interracial / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 17-April-2019
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    One-night stands are usually not meant to be the start of something more permanent, but in this story, both main characters have not forgotten their encounter five years ago. Much has happened since, and when their paths cross this time, it is time for a not-quite second chance.

     

  • A Plain, Ordinary Cowboy (Uncommon Cowboys 5) by Jan Irving at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Cowboys / Shifters / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 17-April-2019
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    This fifth volume of the series doesn’t just have external battles, with the storyline continuing from the previous books, it adds a stronger than usual internal one as well.

     

  • Galenís Redemption (Links in the Chain 2) by Parker Williams at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 16-April-2019
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    When Galen first appeared in ‘Lincoln’s Park’ I hated him. The second time he graced the pages of that book, I abhorred him. I was 100 percent positive that Galen was exactly like his father and had zero redeemable qualities. I was wrong on so many levels.

     

  • A Mark on My Soul by Jordon Greene at Franklin/Kerr Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Young Adult / Romance / Bittersweet / Drama
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 16-April-2019
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    Some people have the ability to “leave a mark” on someone else’s soul, and this is the heartbreaking story of one such case.

     

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