What is Hunter by A.M. Salinger (Excerpt and GIVEAWAY)

Today I’m going to introduce you to Hunter – the third book in the Twilight Falls series by A.M. Salinger. There’s an excerpt, and a giveaway, but first: a little bit about the book.

Hunter - Twilight Falls, Book 3 by A.M. Salinger

Publication date: June 22, 2020

Genres: Adult, Contemporary, LGBTQ+, Romance

Blurb:

Can a business rival bring one of Twilight Falls’ most notorious bad boys to his knees? Continue reading

What I Think about Rented Heart by Garrett Leigh (Audiobook Review)

Rented Heart by Garrett Leigh (narrated by Dan Calley)

Rented Heart – Rented Heart, Book 1*

*The two books in the series follow different couples and can easily be read as standalones

Author: Garrett Leigh

Narrator: Dan Calley

Themes and genres: Contemporary LGBT Romance, gay, rent boy

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Ex-surfer-turned-businessman Liam Mallaney moved back to Holkham, Norfolk, to mourn the loss of his husband. Grief and loneliness keep him a solitary figure, and he likes it that way. There’s no room in his broken heart for anything else.

Rentboy Zac Payne left London and most of his demons behind, but he still only knows one way to make a living Continue reading

What is The Redemption of River by Eli Easton (Blurb and GIVEAWAY)

Today I’m going to introduce you to The Redemption of RiverSex In Seattle, Book 4 by Eli Easton. There’s a giveaway, but first: a little bit about the book.

The Redemption of River - Sex In Seattle, Book 4 by Eli Easton

Themes and genres: Contemporary LGBT Romance

Length: 75,000 words

Cover Design: Tiferet Design

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

River Larsen is a world traveler, truth-seeker, and tantric healer. He’s a master of loving all—and no one Continue reading

What I Think about Rago by Kasia Bacon (Audiobook Review)

Rago - An Order Universe Short Story by Kasia Bacon (Narrated by Michael Fox)

Rago – An Order Universe Short Story*

*The story can be read as a standalone

Author: Kasia Bacon

Narrator: Michael Fox

Themes and genres: Fantasy, LGBT, gay, shifters, dragons, soldiers, military/army, short story, fated mates, forced proximity

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Lieutenant Laahn Ĉortez is about to sit down to his well-deserved supper when destiny hits—winged, scaled and more than a little tipsy Continue reading

Coming Out Today: A Body on the Hill by Brad Shreve

About a year ago I reviewed A Body in a Bathhouse – a mystery novel with a gay PI, written by Brad Shreve. The second installment in the Mitch O’Reilly Mysteries is finally out and I can’t wait to take it on. You’ll have to wait to read my thoughts on it, but you can learn a bit about the book today.

A Body on the Hill - Mitch O'Reilly Mysteries, Book 2 by Brad Shreve

A Body on the HillMitch O’Reilly Mysteries, Book 2*

*Each book has a new case so you could read them out of order. I still recommend you read Book 1 first so you’ll have a better idea of who Mitch is.

Themes and genres: Contemporary, Mystery, LGBT, gay, detective, PI

Blurb:

PI Mitch O’Reilly is hired by big time Hollywood director T.J. Mooney to Continue reading

What I Think about the Working Stiffs Anthology (Book Review)

It’s one of those rare occasions when I’m reviewing an anthology. This time, I’m going to do it a little bit differently: I’m going to start off with my usual format – blurb and basic info – and end with the buy links. The middle is what will change. First, I’m going to tell you my opinion on the anthology as a whole, then I’m going to give you the blurb to each story and share with you – briefly, in a couple of sentences – what I think of each short. Each story will also have its own individual rating.

Let’s get started!

Working Stiffs MM Vampire Romance Anthology

Authors: Lyra Evans, H.L Day, Megs Pritchard, Roberta Blablanski, Sadie Jay, Mel Gough, AJ Sherwood, Crystel Greene, Eliott Griffen, Tanya Chris, R.J. Sorrento, K. Evan Coles, Edie Montreux

Themes and genres: LGBT, MM, Romance, Contemporary, Fantasy/Paranormal, vampires, anthologies

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Not all vampires are idly rich. Some of them have day jobs. Er, night jobs Continue reading

What I Think about Falling for My Roommate by Garrett Leigh (Book Review and GIVEAWAY)

Falling for My Roommate by Garrett Leigh

Falling for My Roommate (standalone)*

*Note: One of the main characters – Micah, popped up a couple of times in Garrett’s Lucky series, but you can read this book without having read that series

Cover design: Black Jazz Design

Themes and genres: LGBT Contemporary Romance, gay, bisexual, friends to lovers, roommates, angst, recovery

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Falling for his roommate gives ex footballer Micah the second chance he deserves, and what could be better than loving your best friend? Continue reading

What I Think about Half-Light by Matt Doyle

Half-Light - The Cassie Tam Files, Book 5 by Matt Doyle

Half-Light The Cassie Tam Files, Book 5

Themes and genres: Sci-Fi Mystery, LGBT, lesbian, PI

Blurb:

With Angel Tanner, the android that runs California’s criminal underworld, pulling the strings, PI Cassie Tam finds herself thrust into a conflict with New Hopeland’s biggest and baddest. But working with the murderous AI may be the only way that Cassie can get to the bottom of her home’s greatest mystery: What is New Hopeland City? Continue reading

What is Without a Trace by RJ Scott (GIVEAWAY and Blurb)

Today I’m going to introduce you to Without a Trace – the second book in the Lancaster Falls trilogy by RJ Scott. There’s a giveaway, but first: a little bit about the book.

Without a Trace - Lancaster Falls, Book 2 by RJ Scott

Cover Design: Meredith Russell

Length: 85,000 words

Themes and genres: LGBT Contemporary Romance, crime

Blurb:

When long-buried secrets are exposed, and the search for truth becomes a race to save a life, how can two men ever hope to find real love? Continue reading