LGBTQ books

Review: Pretty Man by Ryan Field

Pretty Man is a story written by a new to me author: Ryan Field. It has been previously published, but revised into a new edition with a new cover. The book is marketed as a parody / gay version of the movie “Pretty Woman” and coupled with the foreword by the author, it gives a
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Review: Dragon Magic by Megan Derr

Dragon Magic was one of the books that got left behind on my to-review pile. It’s a new stand-alone fantasy novel by author Megan Derr. It hits all the hallmark of a Megan Derr book. Complex world, complex characters and a story that draws you in. Dragon Magic revolves around four strangers in a kingdom
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Review: The Captain and the Cavalry Trooper

The Captain and the Cavalry Trooper was published by Pride Publishing and is co-written by Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead. It’s the story of Trooper Jack during WWI, who becomes a groom at a chateau in France for the prickly horse Apollo and his equally prickly owner Captain Robert Thorne. I’m always a little hesitant
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Review: Glasshouse by Rosalind Abel

The Glasshouse is the seventh book in the Lavender Shores series by author Rosalind Abel and self published through Wings of Ink Publications. The stories can be read as standalones, but you’ll miss some of the backgrounds for the characters. You can read my review for the audiobook of The Garden here.  The Glasshouse tells
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Release Blitz: Love in Spades (Four Kings #1) by Charlie Cochet

LOVE IN SPADES CHARLIE COCHET M/M ROMANCE RELEASE DATE: 04.24.18 COVER DESIGN: REESE DANTE getBook.at/LoveInSpades BLURB Ex-Special Forces soldier Anston “Ace” Sharpe is fighting a different battle these days—one involving the world of private security across the state of Florida. As part owner of Four Kings Security, Ace and his fellow Kings tackle everything from
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ARC-review: The Little Library by Kim Fielding

A book about a little library and a romance to boot? Yes, please. I couldn’t refuse this book based on the blurb, but as wonderful as the blurb sounded, the story itself failed to take off. It was not bad, but not good either. The Little Library is the story of Elliot and Simon. Elliot
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ARC-review: One Under (Porthkennack #9) by JL Merrow

One Under is already the ninth book in the Porthkennack-series and the second by the author in the series. The book is loosely connected to the author’s first book in the series, but can be read as a standalone. The story follows Dev’s best friend Mal who’s come to Porthkennack to recover from a traumatic
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