My To Review List for September 2019

This month I’ll be reviewing two, maybe three (haven’t gotten that last ARC yet) books. In the order in which I’ll be posting the reviews, they are…

Single – Single Dads, Book 1

Single - Single Dads, Book 1 by RJ Scott (Narrated by Sean Crisden)

Author: RJ Scott

Narrator: Sean Crisden

Listening Time: 4 hrs., 35 min.

Themes and genres: Contemporary LGBT Romance, gay, parenthood

Blurb:

Reeling from the painful rejection of a man he thought he loved, Asher is left holding the baby.

Ash wants a family, and is determined to continue with a surrogacy he’d begun with his ex. Bringing baby Mia home, he vows that he will be the best father he can be. Nothing in this world matters more to him than caring for his daughter, not even accidentally falling in lust with the doctor next door. Challenged by his growing attraction to Sean, and confronted by painful memories of his family, Ash has to learn that love is all that matters.

When ER doctor Sean moves in with his friends next door to sexy single father Ash, he falls so quickly it takes his breath away. The sex they have is hot, but Ash is adamant his heart is too full with love for his daughter to let anyone else in. Why is Sean the only one who sees how scared Ash is, and how can he prove to his new lover that he desperately wants the three of them to become a family?

Date of my review: Friday, September 13

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Puzzle Me This (standalone)

Puzzle Me This by Eli Easton

Author: Eli Easton

Themes and genres: Contemporary LGBT Romance, gay, disability

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Luke Schumaker designs computer games, working from his home. Every day he walks his dog in the woods nearby, never suspecting that someone who is completely smitten is watching.

The watcher is Alex Shaw, and he too works from home, designing logic and crossword puzzles. Alex’s options are limited: he’s too shy to approach Luke and his wheelchair won’t let him follow into the woods. His solution? Secret messages for Luke in the crosswords he writes for the local paper.

When Luke decodes them, romance begins, but then they face greater puzzles, like Alex’s interfering sister and what commitment to a man in a wheelchair really takes. And, most puzzling of all, how do you know if love is real?

Date of my review: Friday, September 20

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