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Review - A King's Rival by Xander Tracy

Posted in Book Reviews on May 08, 2018

A King's Rival

Rygar is the chief of a nomadic tribe that lives on the open plains, herding caribou and occasionally raiding their neighbors for what they need. But the plains are being invaded by the Astor, a powerful kingdom that sees the nomads as uncivilized savages. Rygar sends an envoy to negotiate with King Vash of Astor, but the men are ambushed and thrown in the king's dungeon. Rygar's attempt to rescue his people results in his own capture, and a strange offer from King Vash. More...

Review - Echoes of the Gods by Gaia Sol

Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 10, 2018

Echoes of the Gods

Yngvi is a soldier of Midgard, defending Aasgard from any attackers, of which there haven't been many of late. So, he spends his day around the market and taverns waiting for something interesting to happen, or someone appealing to come his way. It doesn't matter much whether they're male for female. One day a dark stranger catches his eye, and forever changes Yngvi's world. Shara is actually from another realm, on a quest to stop a rogue god out to destroy all the ancient realms. More...

Review - And God Belched by Rob Rosen

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 20, 2018

And God Belched

Many people believe that there's someone special out there, meant just for them. Randy has believed that his whole life, perhaps more strongly than most. Only, it turns out that Randy's soul mate is actually from another, not quite parallel, universe; one that's been intermittently intersecting with Randy's since just before he was born. The pursuit of his true love takes the aptly-named Randy, along with his younger brother Craig, into the other universe, and into a world very unlike Earth. More...

Review - All the World's an Undead Stage by Angel Martinez

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 13, 2018

All the World's an Undead Stage

Volume 6 of Offbeat Crimes

The Offbeat Crimes series [finally] comes to an end in this sixth and last book. The squad's not-quite-completely-a-vampire Carrington takes the lead, along with his boyfriend Erasmus. All the officers are hot on the trail of whoever it is that keeps throwing all manner of paranormal creatures in their way, as recounted in the first five books. The main threats this time are zombie actors, who seem to be menacing most of the squad in general, and one officer in particular. More...

Review - Wild Rose, Silent Snow by Angel Martinez

Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 06, 2018

Wild Rose, Silent Snow

Rowan and his brother Snowden live on an island in one of the many lakes of (one presumes) Minnesota. The twenty-something fraternal twins are on their own since their parents died. With minor but none-the-less limiting disabilities due to a childhood bout with encephalitis, they rely heavily on each other. With few resources, the dead of winter can be trying but they still manage to get by. Things go from grim to weird when a large grizzly bear that seems eager for human companionship shows up. More...

Review - Sūnder by Lexi Ander

Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 09, 2018

Sūnder

Volume 1 of Darksoul

Although borne into the royal family of Slorex, Sūnder has always been an outcast, whom his real father cannot even publicly acknowledge because he is Faelyn, a magical being commonly believed to be destined to turn evil. He has spent his life trying to prove people wrong. Gabriel is an earthling who was abandoned by his parents at the age of 16 and has spent his life avoiding close relationships with anyone who might hurt him again. When the two men meet, there's an attraction that's hard to deny, even though Gabe tries his hardest. More...

Review - Kings Rising by C. S. Pacat

Posted in Book Reviews on Dec 26, 2017

Kings Rising

Volume 3 of Captive Price

Damen and Laurent are ready to risk everything, including their lives and their newfound relationship, to get their kingdom's back. Perhaps the biggest risk of all is Damen's true identity, which was on the verge of being revealed at the end of the previous book, Prince’s Gambit. More...

Review - Fountain of Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

Posted in Book Reviews on Dec 19, 2017

Fountain of Beauty

Volume 4 of The Cubi

Daniel may be the newly discovered prince of the Cubi in North America, but the kingdom he will inherit is in serious danger. The human military has attacked the refuge where many cubi lived, the cubi have dispersed to safe houses around the U.S. and as our story opens Daniel is still “hiding out” at his mother's house, along with his advisers and lovers Caledon and Seldon, and a host of others. But Daniel doesn't have to fight on his own. The King of the North quickly comes to his aid, and forms a powerful bond with the youn prince. More...

Review - Siren's Call by J.C. Owens

Posted in Book Reviews on Nov 21, 2017

Siren's Call

As the youngest son of a powerful and ruthless lord, Dradin is seen by his own family as more or less surplus to requirements. His fair looks and slight build make him the target of bullying, even by his brother Vax. Yet, despite it all, Dradin has not developed the cruel streak that his family is known for. He treats his young servant fairly and has a reputation for fair dealing when looking after his father's estates. Dradin knows that his family is widely despised, for good reason, but when he falls into the hands of the notorious pirate Captain Rastay, he starts to realize just how little he knows about his family's dealings. More...

Review - Tumbling Hair & Bread Crumbs by Charlie Richards

Posted in Book Reviews on Nov 14, 2017

Tumbling Hair & Bread Crumbs

What happens long after the happily-ever-after? For example, what became of Hansel and Gretel after they killed the witch? That, in part, is the question that inspires this funny and sexy mash-up of two fairy tales. Together with picking up the story of the two children later in life, we have the tale of Rapunzel mixed in. Of course, what would a fairy tale be without a handsome prince? These are familiar childhood stories, yet with very adult, and queer, twists, for it's Hansel that catches the eye of Prince Jory, while Gretel is enamored of the long-haired Rapunzel. More...

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