My To Review in May 2018 List

I’m reviewing four books this month and two of the reviews are actually already up. Three out of four are Romances, but there’s one humorous book as well. So, in order of the date I’m uploading the reviews, we have…

WhisperSkins, Book 2*

Whisper - Skins, Book 2 by Garrett Leigh

Author: Garrett Leigh

*Note: This book can be read as a standalone as it follows a new couple.

Themes & Genres: Contemporary LGBT Romance

WARNING: Mature Content


Lonely physiotherapist Harry Foster has the world at his feet. A full client list, a six figure Instagram following, and a publishing deal for a book he doesn’t have time to write until his agent offers him a break—a retreat to the wild south west coast.

Cornish horseman Joe Carter is lonely too. Rescuing horses and managing Whisper Farm takes up most of his days, and by night he plays chicken with the farm’s perilous bank accounts.

 At his sister’s unwelcome suggestion, he rents his only bedroom to a bloke from the city, and when Harry arrives, he’s everything Joe isn’t—calm, patient, and gorgeous enough to be exactly the kind of distraction Joe doesn’t need.

Harry doesn’t have time for distractions either—even shirtless farmers riding bareback past his bedroom window—but his moody host proves impossible to ignore.

On paper, they have nothing in common, but Joe is beautiful…glorious, and when an accident puts his life in Harry’s healing hands, the whisper of true love is inevitable. If the trouble that put the farm on its knees in the first place doesn’t get in the way.

Date of my review: Tuesday, May 01

Read my review of Whisper here.

Add Whisper to your Goodreads shelf (link takes you straight to the book)

Ray Vs the Meaning of Life

Ray Vs the Meaning of Life by Michael F. Stewart

Author: Michael F. Stewart

Part of series: No

Themes & Genres: YA, Contemporary, Humor


Grandma’s Last Will and Testament names Ray to inherit the trailer park. It’s a million-dollar estate with one hitch: to prove he’s not as aimless as he seems, Ray must discover the meaning of life by the end of the month. (She left the answer in an envelope.) If he fails, the camp goes to his estranged family.

How does anyone find the meaning of life while running a park full of misfit miners, would-be truck racers, and one demanding little girl? There’s a bear too. A grizzly. Maybe that’ll help?

Date of my review: Wednesday, May 02

Read my review of Ray Vs the Meaning of Life here.

Add Ray Vs the Meaning of Life to your Goodreads shelf (link takes you straight to the book)

Addict – The Cassie Tam Files, Book 1

Addict - The Cassie Tam Files, Book 1 by Matt Doyle

Author: Matt Doyle

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Sci-Fi, Mystery, lesbian


New Hopeland was built to be the centre of the technological age, but like everywhere else, it has its dark side. Assassins, drug dealers and crooked businessmen form a vital part of the city’s make-up, and sometimes, the police are in too deep themselves to be effective. But hey, there are always other options…

For P.I. Cassie Tam, business has been slow. So, when she’s hired to investigate the death of a local VR addict named Eddie Redwood, she thinks it’ll be easy money. All she has to do is prove to the deceased’s sister Lori that the local P.D. were right to call it an accidental overdose. The more she digs though, the more things don’t seem to sit right, and soon, Cassie finds herself knee deep in a murder investigation. But that’s just the start of her problems.

When the case forces Cassie to make contact with her drug dealing ex-girlfriend, Charlie Goldman, she’s left with a whole lot of long buried personal issues to deal with. Then there’s her client. Lori Redwood is a Tech Shifter, someone who uses a metal exoskeleton to roleplay as an animal. Cassie isn’t one to judge, but the Tech Shifting community has always left her a bit nervous. That wouldn’t be a problem if Lori wasn’t fast becoming the first person that she’s been genuinely attracted to since splitting with Charlie. Oh, and then there’s the small matter of the police wanting her to back off the case.

Easy money, huh? Yeah, right.

Date of my review: Saturday, May 12

Read my review here.

Add Addict to your Goodreads shelf (link takes you straight to the book)

The Imposter Prince  The Imposter Series, Book 1

The Imposter Prince - The Imposter Series, Book 1 by Wendy Rathbone

Author: Wendy Rathbone

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Fantasy, abduction, war

WARNING: Mature Content


His love for an enemy prince threatens his very life.

Dare does not mind serving the spoiled and cruel Prince Darius. Growing up with him, Dare does everything for Darius including homework, bed play demands, and even doubling for him as the prince grows too paranoid to face even the smallest of crowds.

But everything changes in a single moment when Dare, while posing as Darius, is abducted by the enemy.

A captive in a new and hostile land, Dare meets another prince who seems just as indulged and rotten as Darius—until Dare gets to know him, until they fall in love. Against his will, Dare must continue to play the role of Prince Darius for real, or risk everything: his love, his land, and his very life.

His only chance for survival is to keep a secret from the one he loves, a secret that is also killing him.

A male/male, enemies to lovers novel of mad kings, troubled princes, abduction, fevers, cold dungeons, warm hearths, comfort, wine, and true love.

Date of my review: Saturday, May 19

Read my review here.

Add The Imposter Prince to your Goodreads shelf (link takes you straight to the book)

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