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Review - Imago by N.R. Walker

Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 18, 2017

Imago

Lawson is a lepidopterist from Melbourne, on his way to Tasmania to look for a rumored new species of butterfly. Lawson is the very definition of nerd: Highly intelligent, skinny, preppy dress sense, and questionable social skills. Big outdoorsy Jack is on the flight with Lawson. He is returning to his home in Tasmania, where he's a park ranger, of the area where Lawson is set to look for his butterfly. The two are thrown together right from the start, and despite being opposites in almost every way, they hit it off and can't really resist their mutual attraction. More...

Review - Broken Halo by Michaela Grey

Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 11, 2017

Broken Halo

Micah is a rather neurotic germaphobe, and a submissive, whose last relationship was with a jerk of a Dom who seemed to enjoy humiliating him. Quite by accident he meets Devon, a mechanic who is far nicer to Micah that he thinks he deserves. Devon persists, and as their relationship grows, so do Micah's insecurities. More...

Review - Sorting Out by Silvia Violet

Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 07, 2017

Sorting Out

Volume 2 of Fitting In

Mason, Gray and Jack are making a three-way relationship work, but things can't stay the same forever. Gray wants to go after a promotion to detective, which means he wouldn't be Jack's partner anymore. It would also mean they could be open about their relationship with each other, as well as Mason, but Jack isn't sure he's ready to be out at work. He's not too sure he even wants to continue being a police officer. More...

Review - P.O.W. by Max Vos

Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 04, 2017

P.O.W.

Marines Sam and his best friend Benoit are on their way back to their base in Afganistan when their helicopter is shot down. As the only two walking survivors of the crash. Sam and Benoit are taken prisoner by the taliban. The two are tortured and subjected to humiliating sexual abuse. The only ray of hope for Sam is the blue eyed Abbas, an Oxford educated Afghan forced to act as interpreter for Sam's captors. More...

Review - Claimed Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 28, 2017

Claimed Beauty

Volume 2 of The Cubi

This sequel to “Untouchable Beauty” picks up just moments after the first book ends, with Daniel accidentally dosed by his master Seldon and discovered to be a changeling, a human that has the genetic make-up to be converted to a incubus. It's a huge change for the young man, who was just coming to terms with being a slave to the cubi, albeit a cherished one. He may no longer be a slave, but the immensity of the change, and the ramifications on Seldon due to the accidental dosing, prove quite daunting. More...

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