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Review: Jamie’s Light – Madalyn George

Jamie’s Light - Madalyn George

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ+ Category: Bi, Gay Reviewer: Jay Get It On Amazon About The Book JamieThanksgiving weekend at home seemed like more of a chore than a celebration since my wife had died, but I would never begrudge my daughter the love and attention of our big crazy family just to wallow in self pity. I could always return to that next week. DevonThanks to the fact that my best friend’s family literally lives five feet away from campus, I have a home to go to for Thanksgiving that doesn’t involve traveling clear across the county for a few short days. It’s an easy choice, since I’ll see my family… Continue Reading Review: Jamie’s Light – Madalyn George

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New Release / Giveaway: Better Latte Than Never – CC Bridges

Better Latte Than Never - CC Bridges

CC Bridges has a new MM contemporary romance out: Better Latte Than Never. And there’s a giveaway. Finn’s love stories always end in death. He’s made millions writing as author Morgan Heart and his fans can’t get enough of his tragic love stories. But a bad breakup results in a killer case of writer’s block, and Finn needs to try something drastic to fix it, like. . .going to a coffee shop to write. There’s got to be a reason it’s a cliche, and in his world, cliches sell. He shouldn’t be flirting with the hot, younger barista. He shouldn’t be using said beautiful barista as another character to kill… Continue Reading New Release / Giveaway: Better Latte Than Never – CC Bridges

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New Release / Giveaway: Everything’s Better With You – R.L. Merrill

Everything's Better With You - R.L. Merrill

R.L. Merrill has a new TED LASSO-inspired MM sports romance out: Everything’s Better With You. Everything’s Better With You is a TED LASSO-inspired sports-themed funny romance featuring two guys who’ve pined for each other for 15 years while their careers soared and their bodies fell apart. Retired quarterback and “nicest guy in the NFL” Leslie Payton met former college cheerleader-turned-reality-show darling Joe Judd fifteen years ago. They spent one magical night…talking. They’ve been pining for each other via text and phone calls ever since while their careers kept them geographically apart. When their alma mater recruits them to reinvigorate a flagging athletic program, Leslie sees his opportunity to finally have Joe… Continue Reading New Release / Giveaway: Everything’s Better With You – R.L. Merrill

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New Release / Giveaway: Max, The Sequel – Bey Deckard

Max the Sequel - Bey Deckard

Bey Deckard has a new MM dark erotic psychological thriller out, Max the Series book 2: Max, the Sequel. And there’s a giveaway. Robert Montagnet and Dan Cooper are a nice gay couple who live in a nice waterfront condo in a nice, touristy part of Playa del Carmen, Mexico. At least, that’s who they’re pretending to be. After five months on the lam, Dr. Crane is strained to the point of breaking—he just wants it to be over. But, with his mental and physical health in decline, living where he doesn’t speak the language and relying on his partner for everything, he feels trapped. Just the way Max likes it, of course.… Continue Reading New Release / Giveaway: Max, The Sequel – Bey Deckard

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Review: Love in Lockdown – R. Frank Davis

Love in Lockdown - R. Frank Davis

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book Conner MacKay is the last of the TV cowboys, but he’s withdrawn from society—even before a global pandemic forces the world into quarantine. When he meets activist Dante Burke, though, Conner takes a chance. He can’t leave a young Black man on the street in the face of a public health crisis. What kind of cowboy would he be then? On the surface, Conner and Dante live in opposing realities: midlife versus youth, flush versus flat broke. But their politics, attraction, and close quarters bring them together until the heat between them grows into a burn… Continue Reading Review: Love in Lockdown – R. Frank Davis

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Review: Come to Me – A.Y. Caluen

Come to Me - A.Y. Caluen

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book An age-gap M/M romance novella about making beautiful music during lockdown. When all three of his roommates moved out, Davy Sun’s living situation was a mess. Then friends of a friend offered their pool house for the duration, and it was an offer too good to refuse. The last thing Davy expected while he was living in some random rich person’s backyard was to meet the man of his dreams. But it turned out the rich guy was friendly with guitarist Barry Teller, who came over to give an open-air lesson.The lesson turned… Continue Reading Review: Come to Me – A.Y. Caluen

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Review: Dipped in Sunshine – Fearne Hill

Dipped in Sunshine - Fearne Hill

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book “You think you can do the jiggy with my baby brother, without wooing him for approximately three years first? Hah! I hope you weren’t too attached to your toenails.” Fifty is a simple man. He doesn’t know much, but he knows this: to stay well clear of Otto Eggebraaten. The nineteen-year-old is cute, blond, and trouble. His overprotective big brother, Eggy, hounds Otto’s every move. Outwardly, Fifty’s life is good. He surfs, teaches other folks to surf, drinks beer, and hangs with his friends. But with his thirtieth birthday on the horizon, he’s… Continue Reading Review: Dipped in Sunshine – Fearne Hill

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REVIEW: To Melt a Frozen Heart – Fearne Hill

To Melt a Frozen Heart - Fearne Hill

Genre: Contemporary, Holiday LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Aethena, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book Freddie Duchamps-Avery has only one desire this Christmas: to ask his beloved Reuben to marry him. However, with his needy father moping around, finding the perfect, romantic moment to propose is proving tricky. The Rt Hon. Charles Duchamps-Avery is a successful politician, a hopeless father, and a miserable divorcé. Facing the prospect of Christmas alone in London, he accepts his son Freddie’s generous invitation to join the gang at Rossingley. Yet, being surrounded by happy couples only serves to remind of his past mistakes and a looming, lonely old age. If only… Continue Reading REVIEW: To Melt a Frozen Heart – Fearne Hill

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REVIEW: Unholy Desire – Lynn Burke

Unholy Desire - Lynn Burke

Genre: Contemporary (Age Gap) LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Madison, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book As an overseas missionary who leads lost souls toward salvation, it’s imperative I live a godly existence, even in the midst of life-shattering grief. Returning to the States brings about a trial worse than the loss of love, and I’m faced with desire for someone forbidden to me by my church and the word of God. Aaron Weston. My best friend’s son who is no longer a gangly teen. He makes me want things no newly widowed man should. His presence fills the emptiness in my life, but my sinful nature… Continue Reading REVIEW: Unholy Desire – Lynn Burke

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REVIEW: A House, A Dog, and an Old Truck – Morgan David

A House, A Dog and an Old Truck - Morgan David

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book In ‘A House, a Dog, and an Old Truck’ the reader will get acquainted with Jeffrey, a mature art expert longing for a new creative start in his life after decades battling with painful memories. Jeffrey meets Stephen, an officer in the local police force, twenty years his junior. As their relationship progresses, Stephen helps Jeffrey emerge from his self-imposed isolation. In return, Jeffrey provides Stephen with safety, and helps him grow more self-confident. While they both realize that the age difference is not an issue in itself, they still remain secretive when it comes to… Continue Reading REVIEW: A House, A Dog, and an Old Truck – Morgan David