Review – The New Boy by Sean Michael

The New Boy by Sean Michael

My rating: 3.5 Stars

The New Boy

The New Boy

Lance is a talented young photographer with a potentially lucrative commission to produce a series of kinky cards for a private collector, but he can only collect that big paycheck if he can find the right models to pose for the pictures. He begins to despair of finding the right men when Tide shows up for an interview, along with his friends Tyrone and his submissive Bran. Right away he knows that maintaining a professional demeanor behind the camera with three hot men getting kinky in front of him is going to be difficult. That task gets even harder, in more ways than one, when Tide begins pursuing the shy photographer. Read more ›

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Review – Hector and Anatolius by Vanessa Mulberry

Hector and Anatolius by Vanessa Mulberry

My rating: 4 Stars

Hector and Anatolius

Hector and Anatolius

In Homer’s epic recounting of the Trojan war, the Iliad, prince Hector was Troy’s greatest warrior but, he tends to excite little interest from modern day authors looking for inspiration. “Hector and Anatolius” tells the story of Hector before the Greeks, or even Helen, arrive. Hector is the dutiful son and heir to king Priam in most respects, except in his resistance to find a woman to marry. His inclinations lie in another direction entirely.

One day while on a tour of outlying villages, Hector meets Anatolius, a beautiful young man who instantly steals his heart. The inexperienced Anatolius returns Hector’s feelings, but the path to a relationship is not an easy one for these two lovers. Read more ›

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Review – Chaos Station by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen

Chaos Station (Chaos Station #1) by Jenn Burke

My rating: 4 Stars

Chaos Station

Chaos Station

Childhood friends Felix (‘Flick’) and Zander (‘Zed’) grew up together, entered military service together, and for a few short days after graduating from the military academy, they became lovers. War with the alien race called the Stin pulled them apart to different duties within the earth forces. Felix is captured by the enemy and declared dead. Zed is pulled into a covert operation to create super-soldiers before the war comes to an abrupt end, and he is unceremoniously cut loose.

When one of Zed’s former teammates gets in trouble, he hires a ship, the Chaos, to take him to the station where she is in hiding. On boarding the Chaos, Zander is almost driven insane by the sight of the man he thought he had lost. Felix, now know to his crew as ‘Fixer&rsquol survived his captivity, barely, and has been unable to track down the off-the-grid Zed. The two are both strongly attracted to each other, but each has been drastically changed by their wartime experiences. Can they still manage to reconnect despite what’s happened? Read more ›

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Review – Scars and Secrets by Avril Ashton

Scars and Secrets by Avril Ashton

My rating: 2.5 Stars

Scars and Secrets

Scars and Secrets

One day, single bi dad Levi meets Donovan seemingly by accident in a supermarket checkout line. Ten years later, Levi is still picking up the pieces of the relationship he had with the man who turned out to be a government agent, who dragged him into a dark world of covert operations and constant fear for his life, and his son’s.

Donovan didn’t mean to fall for the man he was supposed to seduce, gather information from, and leave within three months, but he did. He even tried to break ties to the agency and set up house with Levi, whom he married without telling him about who he really was. But in the end the powerful people who controlled the group forced Donovan to return to work, and split from Levi. Now, both their lives are in danger, it’s time for Donovan to face down his demons, and try to make amends to the man he still loves. Read more ›

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Review – Imperfect Harmony by Jay Northcote

Imperfect Harmony by Jay Northcote

My rating: 4 Stars

Imperfect Harmony

Imperfect Harmony

John and Rhys have both lost their partners, and in their own different ways, they’ve been hiding out from the rest of the world. When they meet, John is instantly attracted to the much younger Rhys, and is surprised when the feelings seem to be returned. But John has been out of the dating game for a long time, and he’s afraid of being hurt again. Can he really have a relationship with the twenty-something Rhys? Read more ›

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