My To Review in December 2018 List

This December I will be reviewing two books and neither of them is holiday-themed. Yes, I know: last month I reviewed a holiday story, but this month – when we actually have Christmas – I’m not.

Anyway.

Here are the books.

Rough Trade – Woodbury Boys, Book 3

Rough Trade - Woodbury Boys, Book 3 by Sidney Bell

Author: Sidney Bell

Themes & Genres: Contemporary Romance, LGBT Fiction, crime, abuse, gay

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Quick-witted hustler Ghost is no stranger to living dangerously; survival has always been the name of the game.

He’s just always gone it alone.

Now he’s got the wrong people breathing down his neck, and the only way out demands placing his trust in the unlikeliest of heroes: Duncan Rook, a gruff cop whose ethics are as solid as his body.

Cozying up to a criminal is hardly what Duncan’s reputation on the force needs—especially when that criminal is temptation personified. Ghost is Duncan’s polar opposite, and the last person he expected to fall for.

So then why does every imaginable scenario for taking down their common enemy end with Ghost in his arms?

Date of my review: Wednesday, December 05

READ MY REVIEW HERE.

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

Only Love

Only Love by Garrett Leigh

Author: Garrett Leigh

Themes & Genres: Contemporary Romance, LGBT Fiction, gay, trauma

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

The diagnosis of a chronic stomach condition leaves thirty-two-year-old Sergeant Jed Cooper with little choice but to call time on his Army career. Then on the dusty streets of Kirkuk, an ambush gone tragically wrong decimates his team, and he returns to the US with a shattered leg and the memory of his best friend dying in his arms.

Life in his sleepy hometown proves intolerable until he finds solace in a lakeside cabin with vivacious young carpenter, Max O’Dair. In the shadow of the epilepsy that periodically plagues Max, he and Jed form an unspoken bond. After a late night episode, Jed realizes how much Max means to him, and life has taught him not to waste time.

But the lines between contentment and complacency are blurred. Things left hidden resurface to tear through their world, and before they can repair the damage, death comes to call again. Faces, past and present, rally around them to weather the storm, but before long, they are left with only love.

Date of my review: Tuesday, December 11

READ MY REVIEW HERE.

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

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