Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 01, 2012
Brian Foster is a broken man, scared and alone. He was one of the FBI's top forensic accountants, able to see patterns in money movement that nobody else could and taking down some of the most dangerous terrorists in the process. But a year ago he was abducted, brutalized to find More
Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 20, 2012
It's been a while since I read any science fiction. There doesn't seem to be much out there that really appeals to me. It's also been a long time since I read anything by Brandon Fox, but I have fond memories of his old sex and magic trilogy, which were fun reads in More
Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 14, 2012
It's generally not a good sign when you notice two factual errors within the first two pages of a book. Most readers might not have noticed them, but I did and it put me on guard for the rest of the story. Fortunately, I didn't notice anything else, but More
Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 12, 2012
It's not often anymore that a book catches me completely by surprise, taking turns that you just don't expect an historical romance to take. "Gaius and Achilles" surprised me, and I don't mind saying right up front it was quite a pleasant surprise.
Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 03, 2012
The Greek era has always been one of my favorites for historical romance. Perhaps it's because Mary Ranault's Alexander books were the first historical novels with a gay bent I ever read, or maybe it's just because it was a time when love between men was not More
Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 19, 2012
When I first started seeing blurbs for this book, I have to say it didn't appeal to me. It's hard for mafia stories not to come off as caricature. But I like the author - especially for his use of times and themes not usually found in m/m stories - so when the publisher offered More
Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 12, 2012
Well, partner, what ya got here is a tale of the old west, about three men who find they have a right powerful hankering for each other. As if a menage wasnâ€™t complicated enough, one of the men is a US Marshall, and a former slave. In the post civil war period, More
Posted in Book Reviews on Dec 18, 2011
Volume 1 of Remastering Jerna
Remastering Jerna is a really dark tale of suffering and redemption. In it, the author has created an alternate world not unlike our own, but with significant small differences. She spends many pages drawing this world and the main characters in rich detail, making everything three dimensional and very real in a very readable style that gradually draws you in.
The title character, More
Posted in Book Reviews on Dec 13, 2011
I must say, shifter stories never really interested me, but then people convinced me to read Kim Dare's Duck!, which really shook me up. I'm still not that interested in shifter stories, but it certainly didn't put me off this book, which is the second of Kari Gregg's I've read. I'd More
Posted in Book Reviews on Dec 03, 2011
The best word I can think of to describe Kei's Gift is "epic" - in the very classical sense of the word. This is a broad tale of the clash of two cultures, set in an alternate world not far removed from Earth's ancient antiquity. The 'clash' is actually More
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