Book Reviews

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  • Last Place in the Chalet by Sue Brown at One Hat Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 20-November-2020
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    The last thing that Noel Garrett expected to hear from his boyfriend, Adam, is that not only does Adam not want to go on the vacation that they had planned for months, but that he doesn’t want to be with him any longer. Noel is stunned, but he’s worked so hard for this trip that nothing is going to deter him.

     

  • I See The Light (Elves After Dark 5) by Arden O'Keefe at K.S.L. Publishing

    Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / Magic / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Roger on 20-November-2020
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    ‘I See the Light’ is a delightful and endearing Christmas novella about a man named Heath who, after feeling like an outsider his entire life, discovers a new and exciting world that he never knew existed.

     

  • Merry Cherry Christmas by Keira Andrews at KA Books

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Athletes/Coaches / Students/Teachers/Professors / New Adult / Romance / Holiday
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    Reviewed by Ro on 19-November-2020
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    The book begins with Jeremy – cute, nerdy Jeremy – flat on his back after slipping on the ice. “His body had seized up, pain radiating from his back. He probably wasn’t going to die, but it hurt like hell. His face stung as more freezing rain pelted down on it.”

     

  • Cowboys Don't Ride Unicorns (Cowboys Don't 2) by Tara Lain

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Cowboys / Romance
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    Reviewed by Lena Grey on 19-November-2020
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    After his turbulent past, Danny Boone is content to live an uncomplicated life as a ranch hand and bull rider the rodeo. Danny has a friend with benefits who satisfies his physical needs, but it's nothing near a relationship.

     

  • Say Yes to a Mess (Dreamspun Desires) by Elle Brownlee at Dreamspinner Press

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Romance
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    Reviewed by Barb on 17-November-2020
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    Fans of the fake engagement trope will love this sweet love story. Wiley Grey is living quietly in his hometown, helping his BFF with her bakery, doing some design work, and going nowhere. Literally.

     

  • Secret's Hold by L.M. Somerton at Pride Publishing

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by nakin1978 on 17-November-2020
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    This is one of those reads that is short but to the point all the way through. I really enjoyed this story, though I would have liked for it to be a full-length novel instead. Despite that, it was an excellent read.

     

  • First (99 Daddies 1) by Casey Cox

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Age Gap / Romance
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    Reviewed by Bob-O-Link on 16-November-2020
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    I’m a voracious reader of gay literature. While waiting for the arrival of my next assigned vehicle for review, along came ‘First’ and I found myself on a surprise ride through a landscape laden with sexual episodes and erotic aspirations.

     

  • The Snow Prince (An MM Fairytale Romance) by Raleigh Ruebins

    Genre Gay / Contemporary / Fantasy / Fairy Tales / Romance
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    Reviewed by Serena Yates on 16-November-2020
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    Retold fairy tales are some of my favorite stories, especially for those where I loved the original story. I have to admit that ‘The Snow Queen’, upon which this tale is based, was never one of my favorites. So I was really curious to find out what Raleigh Ruebins would do to “bring it up to date”, so to speak.

     

  • The Gentle Wolf (Perth Shifters 2) by Pia Foxhall

    Genre Gay / Demisexual / Paranormal / Shifters / Romance
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    Reviewed by nakin1978 on 13-November-2020
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    This was a good read, but whereas the first book was a slow burn that took off about halfway through the story, this book was way more drawn out. It is definitely a slow-burn but it is a slow slow-burn read.

     

  • Gray Paree by Garrett Hutson at Warfleigh Publishing

    Genre Mixed Orientations / Historical / 20th Century / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
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    Reviewed by ParisDude on 13-November-2020
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    Spring 1940. The young American Oliver has been living in Paris, France, for some years now and is working as a trumpet player in a jazz band in Le Chien Errant, one of the cabarets up in the Pigalle district near Montmartre.

     

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