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  • Being Fitz by J.D. Walker at JMS Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Officers of the Law / Interracial / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 16-September-2019
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    Sometimes, life seems like it is almost too much to bear; all your energy goes into maintaining your current status, and you’re not able to muster up any ambition. Fitz, of 'Being Fitz' by J.D. Walker, is in this state of mind.

     

  • On the Right Track (Boy Next Door 1) by Lissa Kasey

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Artists/Actors/Musicians/Authors / Young Adult / Romance
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    Reviewed by Alex on 16-September-2019
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    There’s a lot to be said for a book that you don’t want to end; whose characters linger in your mind and have you thinking they are friends you can connect with later, only to get that hollow ache when you realize that you have finished reading the book.

     

  • Love You So Sweetly (Love You So 4) by Tara Lain at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 13-September-2019
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    Remy Merced, of ‘Love You So Sweetly’ by Tara Lain, is so busy with work, that he hardly has time to breathe. Seeing how overworked he is, Remy’s mother hires an administrative assistant for him, because she figures that he will never do it himself.

     

  • A Wizard in Waikiki (A Wizard in Waikiki 1) by A.J. Llewellyn at eXtasy Books

    Genre Gay / Paranormal / Psychic Powers / Magic / Wizards & Witches / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 13-September-2019
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    A wonderful beginning to a new series, this book starts when Konu emerges from the sea. We basically follow him into a Hawaii that is new to him, because everything has changed since he's last been to the islands hundreds of years ago.

     

  • Proud (DC Pride 1) by Tatum West

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 12-September-2019
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    Jesse, of ‘Proud’ by Tatum West, is running from an abusive relationship. He is hiding ou’ at his cousin Vince’s, apartment. He should feel relatively safe, but, since he is still receiving threatening text messages from his ex, Gabe, he doesn’t.

     

  • Shaving (Sealed with a Kink 4) by Sean Michael

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / BDSM / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 12-September-2019
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    Shaving, when used in BDSM play, is one of the kinks I find more difficult to understand. I can see the appeal of the intimacy during the act itself, and the trust needed for a guy to let another man close to him with a sharp razor.

     

  • Stained Hearts (Links in the Chain 3) by Parker Williams at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Disability / May/December / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 11-September-2019
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    When I finished ‘Galen’s Redemption’, book two in this series, I knew in my heart that it was the best story Parker Williams had written… to date. ‘Stained Hearts’ just might be in the same class.

     

  • Gateway to Love by Sarah Hadley Brook at JMS Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / New Adult / Erotic Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 11-September-2019
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    With the way that Mitchell, in 'Gateway to Love' by Sarah Hadley Brook, feels about his best friend, Craig, the last thing he wants to do is go on a road trip with him.

     

  • Dead Man Stalking (Blood and Bone 1) by TA Moore at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Agents/Spies / Officers of the Law / Magic / Shifters / Vampires / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by Christy Duke on 10-September-2019
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    ‘Dead Man Stalking’ is betrayal and politics, blood and gore, complicated and often confusing worldbuilding, hidden shadows and unrevealed truths, and a fast pace that keeps it all moving in an unending rollercoaster ride.

     

  • The Lion and the Crow by Eli Easton

    Genre Gay / Historical / 13th Century / Royalty/Nobility / Warriors/Soldiers / Romance / Action/Adventure
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 10-September-2019
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    Sir Christian Brandon and Sir William Corbett, of ‘The Lion and the Crow’ by Eli Easton, are two strong, brave men, who are living a lie. They have hidden their attraction to other men all their lives, denying it the best they can, but when they meet, their denial, at least in their minds, becomes unbearable.

     

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