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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...

Review - Smoking Mirror by Pelaam

Posted in Book Reviews on Nov 07, 2017

Smoking Mirror

Captain Draco commands an airship in Her Majesty Queen Victoria's flying service. At a ball thrown by the Aztec emperor to celebrate Draco's victory over pirates that had plagued trade between the two nations, Draco learns of a new assignment: he is to captain the first ship to travel in space, a joint venture between the British and Aztec empires. To “assist” Draco on his mission, the Aztec emperor binds Draco the Yolotli, a beautiful young man Draco assumes is a palace pleasure slave. But Yolotli is more than he seems. He has his own reasons for being by Draco's side, as well as the emperor's command to find out who is trying to sabotage the space ship project. More...

Review - Jackalopes & Woofen-Poofs by Angel Martinez

Posted in Book Reviews on Oct 31, 2017

Jackalopes & Woofen-Poofs

Volume 5 of Offbeat Crimes

Time once again to check in on the offers of the 77th precinct in this fifth installent of the Offbeat Crimes. The focus this time around remains on Officer Alex Wolf and his new boyfriend, Animal Control Officer Jason Chen. The squad is still dealing with the fallout from their last encounter with the strange feral dust bunny creatures and the increasing suspicion that someone is targeting the officers with black magic. To compound the team's woes, the activity has come to the attention of the state paranormal agency, a group that considers the officers of the 77th as sub-normal rejects. More...

Review - Prince's Gambit by C. S. Pacat

Posted in Book Reviews on Oct 17, 2017

Prince's Gambit

Volume 2 of Captive Prince Trilogy

Damen and Laurent lead a rather rag-tag group of soldiers towards the border, where they know Laurent's uncle the Regent has something in store to get rid of the troublesome prince. As their fate draws nearer, the two men gain a new respect for each other, and their feelings for each seem to be harder and harder to contain. More...

Review - Coins Not Accepted by Chris Quinton

Posted in Book Reviews on Sep 12, 2017

Coins Not Accepted

Miles lives a relatively quiet life on the east coast of England. Most of his excitement comes from dealing with his two younger siblings. That all changes when Miles receives a message from his grandfather, who he hasn't seen since he was 15. The request contained in the message, and the revelations that follow, plunge Miles into a world he didn't know existed. Although reunited with his first love, will Miles risk his life to stay with his boyhood friend? More...

Review - Captive Prince by C. S. Pacat

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 29, 2017

Captive Prince

Volume 1 of Captive Prince Trilogy

While his father the king lays on his deathbed, Crown Prince Damen is seized by troops loyal to his half brother Kastor, who seizes the throne. Rather than simply kill Damen, Kastor packs him off to be a pleasure slave at the court of Vere, traditional enemies of Damen's people, with whom Kastor has made peace, for now. If anyone in Vere realizes who he is, Damen will be dead. Until then, he has the humiliation of being a slave to deal with. More...

Review - Dim Sum Asylum by Rhys Ford

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 15, 2017

Dim Sum Asylum

In an alternate San Francisco, the human and magical worlds have collided in a big, messy way. Fairies, dragons and other magical creatures mix with humans, and it's the job of the San Francisco Police Department's Arcane Crimes unit to make sure nobody misuses magic for nefarious purposes. The Chinatown headquarters, known by its officers as the “Dim Sum Asylum”, is where most of the action is, and where Detective Roku calls home. More...

Review - Feral Dust Bunnies by Angel Martinez

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 25, 2017

Feral Dust Bunnies

Volume 4 of Offbeat Crimes

This fourth book of the Offbeat Crimes series puts the focus on Wolf, the 77th precinct's not-werewolf. Although raised by humans, Wolf still has a hard time understanding the subtilties of the world he was thrust into, especially relationships. He is effectively pansexual. Like most canids, Wolf follows his nose, and animal control officer Jason Chen smells good enough to make Wolf forget how to human. The two are thrown together frequently on Wolf's current case, which involves the discovery of several desiccated small animals around town. Their only clue to the mystery is the lone survivor: a small kitten that seems to have imprinted on Wolf. More...

Review - Rising Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

Posted in Book Reviews on Jun 20, 2017

Rising Beauty

Volume 3 of The Cubi

As this third installment of the Cubi series opens, Daniel is still trying to wrap his head around the latest revelation to turn his life upside down. Not only is he becoming an incubus, he is destined to become the king of the North American cubi. He takes the role seriously, and displays an aptitude that surprises the Grand Lords and Ladies that rule the houses. However, he is still a young man not yet 20 years old, raised in the human world, and his life experience hasn't prepared him for a loving relationship, particularly a cubi one. But it's the outside, human, world that gives Daniel and all the other cubi their biggest challenge, one that threatens to destroy their culture. More...

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