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Review - Bullet by Garrett Leigh

Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 14, 2017

Bullet

Volume 1 of Blue Boy Studios

Levi Ramone entered the gay porn market for one reason, and one reason only: he needed the cash to pay his momma's spiraling gambling debts. Seven years later, he's a veteran with a reputation as one of Blue Boy Studio's most ruthless tops, and when his boss suggests it's time for a change, he finds himself staring down the barrel of a gun. Figuratively speaking, at least. More...

Review - The Curse of the Blue Scarab by Josh Lanyon

Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 06, 2017

The Curse of the Blue Scarab: A Monster Mashup

In this retelling of the original 1912 class “The Mummy”, Dr Quentin Armiston is a middle-aged physician whose Edwardian-era London practice consists mainly of the cooks, chauffeurs, housekeepers and other assorted servants of the upper classes. He is single, but has never really felt lonely, and besides, his true desires are the kind that could land you in jail. More...

Review - The Closet Boy by Sean Michael

Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 24, 2017

The Closet Boy

Volume 4 of Iron Eagle Gym

Way'ra (“Way”) is thrown out onto the streets when his extremely religious parents catch him kissing another boy. Way manages to land a job as a janitor at the gym, but with no money except what he had on him when kicked out, he doesn't have any place to stay, so he's been living in a disused closet at the gym, and hoping nobody will notice. But gym member Neal notices Way, and is quite captivated by the younger man. Once Neal figures out Way's situation, he won't hear of the boy staying another night in the closet and insists that Way can rent the spare room in his condo. More...

Review - Soulseeker by J.C. Owens

Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 17, 2017

Soulseeker

Rian's life is not exactly that of a story-book prince. He is abused sexually and physically by his brother the king, with almost no hope of escaping. The last person to try and help him was mercilessly slaughtered right in front of him. After his latest attempt to flee the country, the king hires foreign mercenaries to watch over him. The Hawks are known as fierce and ruthless warriors, but they are also a deeply spiritual people. They believe the souls of the dead sometimes need a guide from the land of the living, a “soulseeker”, to help them find their way to the afterlife, but their people have been without one for many years. More...

Review - Acquainted with the Night by Tymber Dalton

Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 10, 2017

Acquainted with the Night

A few centuries in the future, humans are at war with an alien race called the Algonquans. The government passes strict laws about who can marry and who can breed, and of course conscripts poor young men to fight their war. Dale is one such young man. One moment, he's a lowly technician on the flight deck of a Terran spaceship, and the next thing he knows he is in the hold of an Algonquan ship where has been taken prisoner. More...

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