What I Think about Misfits by Garrett Leigh

Misfits - Urban Soul, Book 1 by Garrett Leigh

MisfitsUrban Soul, Book 1

Note: This book can be read as a standalone

Themes & Genres: LGBT Fiction, Contemporary Romance, polyamorous

WARNING: Mature Content


Restaurant owner Tom Fearnes has loved his partner Cass for as long as he can remember, but their work often keeps them apart. When he meets a striking young man named Jake on the vibrant streets of Camden Town, their heady first encounter takes an unexpected turn Continue reading


What I Think about Mature Content by Santino Hassell and Megan Erickson

Mature Content - Cyberlove, Book 4 by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell

Mature ContentCyberlove, Book 4

Note: Each Cyberlove novel follows a different couple so you could read them out of order, but since one of the main characters in Book 4 shows up as a side character in an earlier book, I suggest you read these books in order of their publication. An exception can be made with the upcoming Book 5 as it will follow entirely new characters, who haven’t been mentioned in the previous four books.

Authors: Santino Hassell, Megan Erickson

Themes & Genres: Gay Fiction, Contemporary Romance, YouTubers

WARNING: Mature Content


My life plan is to be brutally honest all the way to the bank. Don’t believe me? I run a popular YouTube channel called TrashyZane, and my claim to fame is oversharing about every aspect of my personal life. Sometimes while tipsy. Not everyone loves my style, but I have a long history of icing out people who can’t handle me. I have no time for judgmental foolishness.

Except, apparently, when it comes to Beau Starr. His channel is the polar opposite of mine, and so is he Continue reading

What I Think about Prey by Wendy Rathbone

Prey by Wendy Rathbone

Prey by Wendy Rathbone

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Sci-Fi, Gay Romance, abduction, slavery, abuse

WARNING: Mature Content


When the rescued slaves were first brought on board my ship, I saw only the one. The one they called Arcana. And though I realized the others had all suffered similar fates – fearsome torture and erotic conditioning that had estranged them from whoever they had once been – I focused on the one who met my eyes with what could only be interpreted as a defiantly seductive lure, while the others held their gazes downward, at their feet, at the floor, at the past which had shaped them and undoubtedly doomed them to any sort of normal life Continue reading

What I Think about And If I Fall by Robin Reardon

And if I Fall by Robin Reardon

And If I Fall* by Robin Reardon

(*previously published under the title The Revelations of Jude Connor)

Themes & Genres: Gay Fiction, Psychological, religion, coming of age


Jude Connor’s rural Idaho hometown is a place of strong values and high expectations. For those who fit into the local church’s narrow confines, there’s support and fellowship. For those who don’t, there’s ostracism in this life and damnation in the next.

Jude wants desperately to be saved Continue reading

What I Think about Blood Brothers by Angela Stevens

Blood Brothers - Black Walker Warrior 2 by Angela Stevens

Blood Brothers – Black Walker Warrior, Book 2

Themes & Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal, Native American Mythology


With the Vargr Clan community in turmoil over the death of one of their own, the Lycans are in shock. The demonic Clizyati are gaining momentum and their Black Walker Warrior allies are no closer to finding these deadly killers. But one thing they know for sure, the Clizyati are back and a war everyone thought ended a century ago has been resurrected Continue reading

What I Think about Zero Hour by Megan Erickson

Zero Hour - Wired & Dangerous 1 - by Megan Erickson

Zero Hour – Wired & Dangerous, Book 1

Themes & Genres: Contemporary, Romance, revenge, hackers


Hacker extraordinaire Roarke Brennan lives each hour – each breath – to avenge his brother’s murder. His first move: put together a team of the best coders he knows. They’re all brilliant, specialized, and every one an epic pain in his ass Continue reading

What I Think about Dark of Night by Jex Lane

Dark of Night - Beautiful Monsters Ashwood Red, Book 1 by Jex Lane

Dark of Night – Ashwood Red, Book 1

Themes & Genres: Romance, Fantasy, supernatural, war, vampires, incubi

WARNING: Mature Content


All Kat wants is vengeance.

Kat dreams of one thing: driving a stake through the cold, dead heart of the vampire lord who turned her father and killed her mother. When she’s offered the chance to earn magic-laced tattoos that make her stronger and faster, she jumps at it, even if it means working for monsters Continue reading

What I Think about Dream by Garrett Leigh

Dream - Skins 1 by Garrett Leigh

DreamSkins, Book 1

Note: This book can be read as a standalone

Themes & Genres: LGBT Fiction, Contemporary Romance

WARNING: Mature Content


I can’t sleep…

When unrequited love leaves Dylan Hart sleepless and nursing his wounds, instinct draws him to the one place he’s found mindless respite in the past—Lovato’s. It’s a place for every fantasy — for crazy-hot encounters — where a night of insane NSA sex brings relief to Dylan’s fragile feelings Continue reading

What I Think about AhNN by T.E. Mark

AhNN by T.E. Mark

AhNN by T.E. Mark

Themes & Genres: Sci-Fi, Cyberpunk, human augmentation


In the early 21st century, in an effort to increase human productivity, science granted mankind wearable AI headsets.

By 2016, these early versions were cast aside and replaced with more reliable, Nano-sized, implantable devices tuned to human thought Continue reading

What I Think about Down by Contact by Santino Hassell

Down by Contact - The Barons 2 by Santino Hassell

Down by ContactThe Barons, Book 2

Note: You can read Down by Contact even if you haven’t read Book 1 (Illegal Contact) as DBC has different main characters

Themes & Genres: LGBT Fiction, Contemporary Romance, bisexual, sports

WARNING: Mature Content


Simeon Boudreaux, the New York Barons’ golden-armed quarterback, is blessed with irresistible New Orleans charm and a face to melt your mama’s heart. He’s universally adored by fans and the media. Coming out as gay in solidarity with his teammate hasn’t harmed his reputation in the least—except for some social media taunting from rival linebacker Adrián Bravo Continue reading