Book Reviews

Review - What It Looks Like by Matthew J. Metzger

Posted in Book Reviews on Sep 20, 2016

What It Looks Like

Eli is the son of a policeman and a forensic scientist. His parents clearly care for him, perhaps a little too much, but don't really understand what the young man is going through. They certainly don't understand Eli's choice in boyfriends. Rob is almost the exact opposite of Eli. Abused as a child, Rob is very much from the wrong side of the tracks. He has had several run-ins with the law, and even spent a few years in prison. But what Rob does to Eli, as well as what Eli does for Rob, are things almost nobody would understand. More

Review - Con Boys are Naughty by J.P. Barnaby

Posted in Book Reviews on Sep 13, 2016

Con Boys are Naughty

Brandon is an extremely introverted writer, and dedicated submissive to his Dom Sean. Brandon's books are very popular, but he is so painfully shy that attending cons or doing any of the other things popular authors do for publicity scares the life out of him. Being the good Dom he is, Sean respects Brandon's boundaries, but he also tries to stretch his sub's limits from time to time, which is why he convinces Brandon to attend a con. More

Review - Lime Gelatin and Other Monsters by Angel Martinez

Posted in Book Reviews on Sep 06, 2016

Lime Gelatin and Other Monsters

Volume 1 of Offbeat Crimes

Kyle is a policeman in a most unusual precinct. His squad is made up of men and women with paranormal capabilities, although they're not exactly X-men. Everyone's powers are a little ‘off’. There's a firestarter who can't spark if it's wet, and a vampire who gets sick on whole blood, just to name a few. Then we have Kyle's new partner Vakesh, who seems unflappable, but it turns out you don't want to make him angry. More

Review - Best in Show by Kelly Jensen

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 30, 2016

Best in Show

Macavity – ‘Mac’ to everyone but his mother – comes from a long line of witches, who can also shift into cats. Unfortunately, Mac's puckish sense of humor gets him in trouble with his family, who fear some of his jokes risk exposing their secrets. His latest escapade has landed him in his “cat skin” full time, and then another little indiscretion puts him in the animal shelter, up for adoption. While he does want to lie low for a while, the shelter isn't the best place for Mac to hide out. Someone might discover he hasn't been fixed. More

Review - Skip Trace by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 23, 2016

Skip Trace

Volume 3 of Chaos Station

The third installment of the Chaos Station series kicks off with the resurrected Zed's return to his family home, along with the rest of the crew of the Chaos. Not everyone is happy to see Zed back among the living, especially the military, who hoped his death, along with the others they experimented on to create super soldiers, would bury their embarrassing secret program. His lover Felix isn't too happy to see Zed back in the bossom of his rich and powerful family, reminding him that he doesn't belong. More

Review - Snakes Among Sweet Flowers by Jason Huffman-Black

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 16, 2016

Snakes Among Sweet Flowers

Ex-con Cam decides to escape the bad crowd that lead him into trouble, and two prison terms. He doesn't go far from his Atlanta home, settling down in Hog Mountain, a small town in rural Georgia. But he doesn't leave a life of crime completely behind. Cam can't resist scamming the people who stop by his little garage, over-charging them for minor repairs by making them out to be more than they are. He has most people fooled, except for one of the town's policemen, Jackson. He is sure Cam is still up to no good, even though the deeply closeted law man is also quite attracted to the tattooed criminal. More

Review - The Arrangement by Felice Stevens

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 09, 2016

The Arrangement

Carter and Reed are essentially two of a kind. Both have convinced themselves, albeit for different reasons, that they have no interest in having a relationship with anyone. Carter won't let anything interfere with taking care of his special needs half-brother and only allows himself a single weekend a month to seek out the sexual release he craves. Reed just doesn't want to let anyone get close enough to hurt him again. The no-strings-attached arrangement they make seems to meet both their needs, until they begin to realize that the heart wants what it wants. More

Review - Priddy's Tale by Harper Fox

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 02, 2016

Priddy's Tale

Nineteen year-old Priddy is slowly recovering from a near overdose in the small Cornish fishing town where he grew up. It isn't easy. He has a hard time focusing on anything for very long, and still seems to hallucinate from time to time. Priddy's best friend Kit, who feels responsible for Priddy's overdose, arranges for him to get a job as the lighthouse keeper. It isn't a job that requires a lot, as it's a automated lighthouse.

One night during a storm, Priddy spots what appears to be the wreck of a boat washing into the cove. Without really thinking, he runs into the surf to rescue the lone...

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Review - Dom of Ages by K.C. Wells and Parker Williams

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 26, 2016

Dom of Ages

Volume 7 of Collars and Cuffs

Submissive Jarod served his master Phillip for more than 20 years, but then Phillip dies in a plane crash leaving his sub with nobody to care for. It takes him several years of grieving before he can convince himself to go to a club again in the hopes of finding a new Dom. At 50 years old, he knows his chances are slim. What Dom is going to want a mature sub? More

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

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