My To Review in September List

Last month, we had a treat with Writers Read: Author Brent Hartinger Reads from His Novel Three Truths and a Lie. Well, one of the two books I plan to review this month is…

Three Truths and a Lie

Three Truths and a Lie - Brent Hartinger_350

Author: Brent Hartinger

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Mystery, Thriller, Horror

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb: Continue reading

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Writers Read: Author Brent Hartinger Reads from His Novel Three Truths and a Lie

Three Truths and a Lie - Brent Hartinger_350

Three Truths and a Lie

Author: Brent Hartinger

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Mystery, Thriller, Horror

WARNING: Mature Content

BLURB

(For readers 14 and up)

Deep in the heart of the forest, four friends gather for a weekend of fun. Continue reading

My To Review in July List

When I started doing book reviews on my blog, I decided to do at least one per month and I usually did just one. However, with the exception of January, this year has seen me review two or even three books per month. And this July?

I have three scheduled – two Fiction books and one guide – but, as always, a new ARC might pop up later on.

So which books are up for review this month?

FICTION:

The Magpie Lord – A Charm of Magpies, Book 1

The Magpie Lord - A Charm of Magpies, Book 1 by K.J. Charles

Author: K.J. Charles

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Historical Romance, Victorian, magic

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

A lord in danger. A magician in turmoil. A snowball in hell.

Exiled to China for twenty years, Lucien Vaudrey never planned to return to England. But with the mysterious deaths of his father and brother, it seems the new Lord Crane has inherited an earldom. He’s also inherited his family’s enemies. He needs magical assistance, fast. He doesn’t expect it to turn up angry Continue reading

What I Think about Hell & High Water by Charlie Cochet

Hell & High Water (THIRDS Book 1) by Charlie Cochet

Hell & High WaterTHIRDS, Book 1

Themes & Genres: LGBT, shifters, crime

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

When homicide detective Dexter J. Daley’s testimony helps send his partner away for murder, the consequences—and the media frenzy—aren’t far behind. He soon finds himself sans boyfriend, sans friends, and, after an unpleasant encounter in a parking garage after the trial, he’s lucky he doesn’t find himself sans teeth Continue reading

What I Think about Oversight by Santino Hassell (+ a spoiler-free sneak peek)

Oversight - The Community, Book 2 by Santino Hassell

OversightThe Community, Book 2

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Romantic Suspense, Paranormal, psychics, conspiracies

Publisher: Riptide Publishing

Release Date: June 26th, 2017

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Spoiler Alert! The following blurb contains spoilers for Insight, book one of The Community.

Holden Payne has it all . . . or so he thinks. As heir to the founder of the Community—an organization that finds, protects, and manages psychics—he’s rich, powerful, and treated like royalty. But after a series of disappearances and murders rock the Community, he’s branded the fall guy for the scandal and saddled with a babysitter Continue reading

My To Review in June List

Happy Pride Month!

To celebrate it, I’ve decided that the books I review this month are going to be LGBT. Without further ado, here they are.

Bullet – Blue Boy Studio, Book 1

Bullet - Blue Boy Studio, Book I by Garrett Leigh

Author: Garrett Leigh

Genres: Gay Fiction, Romance, Contemporary

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb: Continue reading

What I Think about The Master Will Appear by L.A. Witt

The Master Will Appear by L.A. Witt

The Master Will Appear by L.A. Witt

Genres: LGBT Romance

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Dr. Mikhail “Misha” Budnikov takes one look at fellow fencer Ryan O’Connor and instantly knows his type. The undisciplined hothead is all ego with no finesse and even less control. In short, Misha’s pet peeves personified. To put the arrogant kid in check, Misha challenges him to a sparring match, which he predictably wins.

Not so predictably, Ryan asks him to be a mentor and show him how to fence. Startled by the moment of humility, Misha agrees Continue reading