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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...

Review - Farm Fresh by Posy Roberts

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 21, 2017

Farm Fresh

Volume 1 of Naked Organics

Jude is a senior student at Portland State University, studying environmental science. He was raised on a farm, but escaped his abusive ultra-religious parents as soon as he could. Although he identifies as gay, Jude has been so traumatized by his parents that he has had trouble forming any kind of relationship with another man. Jude enjoys visiting the farmers market held on campus every Saturday, and especially enjoys talking to Hudson, who operates a booth for Kaleidoscope Gardens. Hudson is dealing with his own demons, but definitely enjoys Jude's company. When he finally tells Jude about the true nature of the farm, it sets them both down a path of self discovery. More...

Review - Fragments by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 17, 2017

Fragments

Volume 2 of Dragonfire Station

The second book of the Dragonfire Station series picks up right where the first book, Translucid, left off. Fallon has reunited with her team, although not her memories, and together they have set off to earth to try and solve the mystery of why her team was split up, and her memories seemingly erased. More...

Review - Fitting In by Silvia Violet

Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 28, 2017

Fitting In

Volume 1 of Fitting In

Mason is tending bar when two police offers come to investigate several robberies in the neighborhood of the pub. Jack and Gray are both stunning in Mason's eyes, and their appearance is enough to fuel several fantasies. The cops return several times over the next few weeks, but Mason is too afraid to do any more than stare at them when he thinks they're not looking. Finally Gray and Jack make a move and eventually get Mason back to the house they share, where the sex is even more mind blowing that Mason's fantasies. It isn't just a one night stand, either, but as Mason is drawn in he feels very conflicted. He was involved with a couple once before, and it didn't end well. As much as he craves what Jack and Gray do to him, he also cares too much for them to risk coming between them. More...

Review - Untouchable Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 24, 2017

Untouchable Beauty

Volume 1 of The Cubi

Daniel is a beautiful high school senior. His parents expect him to go to college and study business, but Daniel thinks he can have a successful career as a model or actor. He's had some success as a model, but not much as an actor. With typical youthful enthusiasm, he doesn't take his setbacks as any sign of a lack of talent, and believes that he can get by on his looks. On seeing an ad for a photographer looking for new models, Daniel decides to skip school and chase his dream. But the photographer is just a ruse for “cubi” who kidnap humans to take back to their colony and serve them. More...

Review - The Curse of the Blue Scarab by Josh Lanyon

Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 06, 2017

The Curse of the Blue Scarab: A Monster Mashup

In this retelling of the original 1912 classic “The Mummy”, Dr Quentin Armiston is a middle-aged physician whose Edwardian-era London practice consists mainly of the cooks, chauffeurs, housekeepers and other assorted servants of the upper classes. He is single, but has never really felt lonely, and besides, his true desires are the kind that could land you in jail. More...

Review - Soulseeker by J.C. Owens

Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 17, 2017

Soulseeker

Rian's life is not exactly that of a story-book prince. He is abused sexually and physically by his brother the king, with almost no hope of escaping. The last person to try and help him was mercilessly slaughtered right in front of him. After his latest attempt to flee the country, the king hires foreign mercenaries to watch over him. The Hawks are known as fierce and ruthless warriors, but they are also a deeply spiritual people. They believe the souls of the dead sometimes need a guide from the land of the living, a “soulseeker”, to help them find their way to the afterlife, but their people have been without one for many years. More...

Review - Playing With Fire by Dirk Greyson

Posted in Book Reviews on Nov 29, 2016

Playing With Fire

Someone is killing people in the affluent suburb where Jim Crawford is the lead detective. At a loss for clues in the seemingly random shootings, Jim enlists the aid of psychologist Dr Barty Halloran to try and get inside the head of the killer. Barty does more than get inside the killer's head and uncover clues to who he might be, he gets under Jim's skin as well. The nerdy professor is just Jim's type, although he is still smarting from his last relationship with a college teacher. More...

Review - Counterbalance by Aidan Wayne

Posted in Book Reviews on Nov 23, 2016

Counterbalance

John leads a settled life as the head rigger for an acrobatic troupe based in Canada. Disfigured in a hate crime when he was a teenager, he is used to being avoided and left to get on with his work of figuring out how to stage the troupe's daring performances safely. But things change when a new group of acrobats from China arrives for the up-coming season. One of them, Bao, seems fascinated rather than repulsed by John's looks, and seeks him out at every opportunity. John isn't quite sure what to make of Bao's friendliness. Surely the lithe young performer can't be interested in a troll like John. More...

Review - Override by SJD Peterson

Posted in Book Reviews on Nov 15, 2016

Override

Volume 1 of The Underground Club

Tall and muscular Donavan isn't your typical submissive, and for that matter the older and shorter Seth doesn't exactly fit the stereotype of a Dom, but the two men sense a connection almost from the beginning, and despite different backgrounds and conflicting work schedules they try to figure out where that connection will take them. More...


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