Book Review: My Mourning Year by Andrew Marshall

My Mourning Year by Andrew Marshall

Blurb: In 1997 Andrew Marshall’s partner, and the only person to whom he had ever truly opened his heart, died after a gruelling and debilitating illness. Unmoored from his old life, and feeling let down by his family, Marshall struggled not only to make sense of his loss but to even imagine what a future without Thom might look like. In his diary, he wrote about what set him back...

Book Review: The Wolves of Daos 5 by Rebecca James

The wolves of Daos 5 by Rebecca James

Blurb: Michael has wrestled with anxiety his entire life, and finding out he’s half-werewolf doesn’t help matters. When bond-mate, Quinn, takes Michael to the werewolf colony, Michael finds more surprises in store for him, and some may be more than he can handle. Title: The Wolves of Daos 5 Author: Rebecca James Genre: Sci-fi, Paranormal, Romance Publisher: Rebecca James Release Date: September 24,2016 Format: eBook Pages: 195 Source: Indigo Marketing...

Book Review: Just Juliet by Charlotte Reagan

Just Juliet by Charlotte Reagan

Blurb: Ever wondered what lesbian love between two teenage girls feel like? Read the story of Lena and Juliet. Lena Newman is 17 years old and pretty satisfied with her life. Until her world is turned upside down. Juliet James is the new girl at school and very quickly manages to send Lena’s heart wild. Juliet introduced Lena to a part of herself she didn’t know was there, taking her...

Book Review: Can’t Hide from Me by Cordelia Kingsbridge

Can't Hide from Me by Cordelia Kingsbridge

Blurb: Charles Hunter’s team is on a mission to extract an unidentified ATF agent from an undercover job gone wrong. All they’ve got to go on is the rendezvous location—until Charles recognizes the ex he hasn’t seen in years. Their “simple rescue mission” is about to get a lot more complicated. For Ángel Medina, adjusting to life after his cartel nightmare is hard enough without confronting memories of a failed...

Book Review: Top to Bottom by Delphine Dryden

Top to Bottom by Delphine Dryden

Blurb: Drusilla Stasevich wants to leave the past behind and start the next chapter of her life. Returning to her hometown to open her dream kink club, Escape, seems like the perfect solution. But it can be tricky making dreams come true—especially when the person you want to share them with isn’t around anymore. Amie Templeton is no stranger to tough times. She’s learned to make it on her own,...

Book Review: Mom, I’m Gay by Susan Cottrell

Mom, I'm Gay by Susan Cottrell

Mom, I’m Gay: Loving your LGBTQ child without sacrificing your faith by Susan Cottrell Blurb: When your child reveals that he or she is attracted to the same sex, how you respond may have a lot to do with your faith. Doesn’t the Bible say that’s wrong? Will we have to leave our church? Worst of all, you may wonder, “Do I have to choose between my Christian faith and...

Book Review: Under the Knife by Laurin Kelly

Under The Knife by Laurin Kelly

Blurb: Season three of TV’s hottest cooking competition, Under the Knife, is gearing up, and Nate is equal parts excited and terrified that he’s one of the twelve competitors. But the prize is a quarter of a million dollars, and that’s worth a few weeks of being stressed and afraid. It may not, however, be worth weeks of putting up with Zachary, the cold, snotty competitor who definitely thinks he’s...

Book Review: All the King’s Men by Alex Powell

All The King's Men by Alex Powell

Blurb: Fox is a mindnet hacker, and works for the mysterious man known only as King. He spends his time uncovering dangerous secrets and releasing them to the public. But those who cause trouble are bound to attract, and despite their precautions King is taken prisoner by an unknown government. And if Fox is going to save him, he’s going to need help—help that comes from the very last place...

Book Review: A Kind Of Justice by Renee James

A Kind Of Justice by Renee James

Blurb: Against all odds, Bobbi Logan, a statuesque transgender woman, has become one of Chicago’s most celebrated hair stylists and the owner of one of the city’s poshest salons. She is finally comfortable with who she is, widely admired in her community, about to enjoy the success she deserves. Then her impossibly perfect life falls apart. In the space of a few weeks, the Great Recession drags her business to...

Book Review: A King and a Pawn by Liv Olteano

A King and A Pawn by Liv Olteano

Blurb: Bert Cooper’s life used to be great, until his sister turned out to be a traitor. Now Bert feels the whole pack looks on him with doubt and suspicion. To prove his loyalty, he volunteers to be the first ambassador at Fey Court, gathering information to finally solve the Leader Murders and punish those plotting against the Council and community. At least, that was the plan…. When Bert meets...

Book Review: Salvation by I. Beacham

Salvation by I. Beacham A.O. Chika

Blurb: When you fall in love, if it’s real, it’s forever. But what happens if the woman who gave your life meaning now hates you, for all the wrong reasons? Do you walk away? Claire chooses to stay, knowing her partner will never love her again. Her happiness has been stolen, and her future seems unclear. That is until Regan arrives. Regan is an angry woman running from problems. Faced...

Blog Tour: Rockin It Forever by Morticia Knight

Bryan and Aubrey’s story continues in Rockin’ it Forever Can the touch of a rock god last forever? Music journalist Bryan Gallagher’s life has completely changed in an unexpected way. Not only has he snagged a dream assignment as the memoirist to alternative music’s rock superstar Aubrey King, but he’s also promised to give the beautiful and enigmatic musician a chance for them to forge a relationship. It’s all very...

Book Review: The First Morning After by Marie Lark

Title: The First Morning After Author: Marie Lark Publisher: Loose-ID Release Date: June 6, 2016 Genre(s): Contemporary Romance Page Count: 139 Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5 Rating: 3.6 stars out of 5 Blurb: For as long as he can remember, Danny Rojas has wanted all-star first baseman Mitchel Finch. And he could swear that in high school, Mitchel was maybe interested, too. But the baseball team made Danny’s life a...

Book Review: Trigger by Jessica L. Webb

BLURB: Dr. Kate Morrison doesn’t know how or why someone would create human bombs that are triggered by touch. But when Sergeant Andy Wyles blocks Kate from touching the patient who collapses in her Vancouver ER, Kate joins the investigation to demand answers, regardless of the danger. As the two women work together to find those responsible for creating an army of human weapons, Kate finds it increasingly difficult to...

Book Review: Personal Foul by Lucy J. Madison

BLURB: Kat Schaefer’s career is on autopilot. She’s an elite basketball official in the WNBA after surviving an extremely rocky childhood but still finds herself adrift in her personal life almost two years after her longtime girlfriend dumped her. Kat’s well-ordered world turns upside down again when she meets a hotshot rookie named Julie Stevens who knocks her world off balance with her stellar play and captivating eyes. Despite Kat’s...

Book Review: Lucky Starflowers by Kate Pavelle

Lucky Starflowers by Kate Pavelle

Blurb: Theodore and his cousin Rickey inherited their aunt’s flower shop, Starflowers. They decide to run and improve it with their families’ financial support. Starflowers gives Theodore’s life meaning after a depressing breakup. Focusing on work is easy when he’s absolutely sure there’s no space for a man in his life. If he did allow for a boyfriend, it would be someone boring and everyday. Someone unlike the exotic Attila....