Review - Blood & Milk by N.R. Walker

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 19, 2016

Blood & Milk

Heath and his boyfriend Jarrod are attacked outside a Sydney pub one night in a brutal gay bashing. Jarrod dies but Heath survives, although he is not really among the living. The pain of the loss and guilt over surviving makes it hard to go on. Heath has always had prescient dreams, and one night he dreams of Jarrod in Africa, among the Maasai. With very little planning or thought, he books a one-way ticket to Tanzania. More...

Review - Lonely Shore by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 13, 2016

Lonely Shore

Volume 2 of Chaos Station

Spoiler alert: If you haven't read the first installment of this series, then you had best stop reading this review now, since we can't really discuss the second book without reavealing how the first left off. This second volume of the Chaos Station series picks up just a few weeks after the end of “Chaos Station”. Zed is trying to settle in as a member of the crew, but everyone, especially his lover Flick, knows that he is living on borrowed time. The poison that Earth's defense forces injected into Zed to create a super-soldier is eating away at his brain, and it's only a matter of time befo... More...

Review - Status Update by Annabeth Albert

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 05, 2016

Status Update

Volume 1 of #gaymers

Game developer Adrian and geoarchaeology professor Noah meet quite by chance in a Utah RV campground when Adrian's would-be boyfriend abandons him with just the clothes he's wearing and his tiny dog Pixel. The heavily closeted teacher and outgoiong young programmer seem like an unlikely pair, but there's still an attraction, even with the odds stacked against them. “Status Update” is a tale of a very unlikely romance. The two men's meeting may be an amazing coincidence, but their struggle to find a way to have a relationship seems very real. The challenge is formidable, and it's not at all cle... More...

Something's. . . Different

Posted in News on Jul 03, 2016

Why, yes, thank you for noticing. The site does have a new look and feel. It's been well over the last update, so it was time for a refresh. But the changes are more than cosmetic. I've unleashed my geek and completely replaced the 'engine' that runs the site. Out went WordPress and in came a new framework called October. More...

Review - Kestrel's Talon by Bey Deckard

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 02, 2016


Volume 1 of Stonewatchers

As a soldier for Nemarri, “Kestrel” is taken prisoner by the Pren, where he is raped by a fellow prisoner. When the war is over, the Nemarri view him as ‘unclean’ and refuse to take him back so the Pren sell him off as a sex slave. Kestrel (the name the pleasure house that owns him gave him) is on display in the market one day when he catches the eye of Count Strade, or rather, the count's rather quirky and very beautiful slave, Talon. More...

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