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...

Free Read: First Position by Melissa Brayden |Snippet

Book Details: Title: First Position Author: Mellisa Brayden Genre: Lesbian Romance Pages: 249 Pages Release Date: August 16, 2016 Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Rating: 4.33 Stars (Goodreads) Blurb: Anastasia Mikhelson is the rising star of the New York City Ballet. She’s sacrificed creature comforts, a social life, as well as her own physical well-being for perfection in dance. Even her reputation as The Ice Queen doesn’t faze her. Though Ana’s...

Author Highlight: V.L. Locey

Today’s  guest Author is V.L. Locey and yup she certainly knows how to rock a jersey. She also hs a huge list of published books. I’m so jealous! Her latest book  An Erie Garden Party is an M/M Erotic Paranormal Romance masterpiece. Bio: V.L. Locey loves worn jeans, yoga, belly laughs, reading and writing lusty tales, Greek mythology, the New York Rangers, comic books, and coffee. (Not necessarily in that order.)...

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: 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...

Author Highlight: Brigham Vaughn

Today’s Author is no other than the lovely Brigham Vaughn. I’ll be posting the review for her latest book Bully & Exit soon. M/M sport romance fans will love this, prepare yourself for some hockey and some good old Jock/Geek tropes.   Bio: Brigham Vaughn is starting the adventure of a lifetime as a full-time writer. She devours books at an alarming rate and hasn’t let her short arms and long...

Book Review: Seeing Red: Scorched by T.C. Orton

SEEING RED BLURB: Down the twists and turns of the London alleyways, where Chinatown meets the highstreets, lies a small venue where unknown rock bands often play to crowds of less than one-hundred. Isaac is nineteen, living on the sofa of his best friend’s brother – Eric – after his bible-loving parents tossed him aside because of his sexuality. After two years of struggling to make sense of his life,...

Book Review: Rockin’ the Alternative by Morticia Knight

BLURB: The chance of a lifetime and the touch of a rock god are offered to music journalist Bryan Gallagher on the same day. Embracing one is easy, but resisting the other is harder than he’d anticipated—especially since Bryan has never been with a man. It could be his dream assignment. Aubrey King, the legendary god of alternative rock music has requested to meet with journalist and writer Bryan about...

Book Review: Unspoken by R.A. Padmos

SYNOPSIS: When Stefan meets Adri, it is love at first sight. It does, however, take some time before he recognizes his own feelings. He’s a married man—a family man—with a strong sense of responsibility. In Dutch society of 1935, sex between men over the age of twenty-one might be legal, but acceptance is still a long way off. As a working-class man without a steady job, he doesn’t have the...

Book Review: Good Together by Valentina Heart

Blurb: A legacy of bullying and insecurity has left its mark on Troy, affecting all his interactions in the present. Adam is an ex-hockey player turned tattoo artist who knows what he wants and isn’t afraid to go after it. But no matter how hard he tried, time and again he sends the easily scared Troy running. Though both are nearly convinced it could never work between them, they agree...

Book Review: Girls With Guns by Michelle Grubb, Carsen Taite, Ali Vali

SYNOPSIS: Girls with Guns is three stories by three talented crime writers—Carsen Taite, Ali Vali, and Michelle Grubb—each packing her own special brand of heat. In Hammersmith by Michelle Grubb: Officer Belinda Riley knew the signs of a suicide bomber, but this time she was blind to the obvious. This time she didn’t want to believe what was right in front of her eyes. In Bow and Arrow by Carsen...

The Life We Built- Introduction

Title: The Life We Built Author: A.O. Chika Genre: M/M Romance   I’m a big M/M Romance fan, just check my book blog or Goodreads account for proof of my love for some smexy M/M action! I’ve always wanted to write an M/M romance and I did... but I’m not very confident in it so I decided to let it rest for a while. I figured the only way to...

Book Review: A Gentleman’s Position by K.J. Charles

Blurb: Power, privilege, and the rigid rules of class leave two hearts yearning for connection in the sizzling new Society of Gentlemen novel from K. J. Charles. Among his eccentric though strictly principled group of friends, Lord Richard Vane is the confidant on whom everyone depends for advice, moral rectitude, and discreet assistance. Yet when Richard has a problem, he turns to his valet, a fixer of unparalleled genius—and the...

Book Review: Letters to Laura by Wesley Rivers

SYNOPSIS: Letters to Laura is the story of one woman’s journey from heartbreak to healing. Told through a series of letters, this unique epistolary offers insight into coming out of the closet, losing your virginity, and learning how to genuinely grieve in the face of loss. People don’t have to die to leave us and when two women—madly in love—break apart, the leaving is all too real. In this inspiringly...

Book Review: Blood and Clockwork by Katey Hawthorne

Blurb: Alistair Click set out to lay to rest the superstitious fears about the Mad Prince’s clockwork tower. If that meant he might bring the ghost city of Avalonia back to economic life, connecting the western kingdoms once again, so much the better. So what if no adventurer who’d entered the tower in the last century of desolation had ever re-emerged? They didn’t have his skill and wit. He could...

Book Review: The Cybernetic Tea Shop by Meredith Katz

SYNOPSIS: Clara Gutierrez is a highly-skilled technician specializing in the popular ‘Raise’ AI companions. Her childhood in a migrant worker family has left her uncomfortable with lingering in any one place, so she sticks around just long enough to replenish her funds before she moves on, her only constant companion Joanie, a fierce, energetic Raise hummingbird. Sal is a fully autonomous robot, the creation of which was declared illegal ages...