A BJ Review: Crisped + Sere (Immemorial Year #2) by T.J. Klune

Rating:    4 stars out of 5 Twenty-one days. In a world ravaged by fire and descending into madness, Cavalo has been given an ultimatum by the dark man known as Patrick: return Lucas to him and the cannibalistic Dead Rabbits, or the town of Cottonwood and its inhabitants will be destroyed. But Lucas has… Continue reading A BJ Review: Crisped + Sere (Immemorial Year #2) by T.J. Klune

A BJ Review: Junk Mage by Elliot Cooper

Rating:    4 stars out of 5 When technomancer Quillian Defote crash-lands on remote planet Marutuk, he has limited time to repair his ship and get off world. If he fails, he’ll forfeit his position as professor of mechanical transmutation at the prestigious Ivy Arcanarium and ruin his employment prospects in yet another sector. Hunter,… Continue reading A BJ Review: Junk Mage by Elliot Cooper

A BJ Review: Solid Education by Bianca Sommerland

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 Gage Tackett comes off as a bad boy—detached and maybe a little dangerous. Definitely not Vet Sciences Professor Derek Paulson’s type. Which he tells himself, repeatedly, every time the other man attends his class. Until the day he looks over to see Gage’s seat is empty. When Gage arrives at… Continue reading A BJ Review: Solid Education by Bianca Sommerland

A BJ Review: Bright Star by Talia R. Blackwood

Rating:  3.5 stars out of 5 “I am his guardian angel. I don’t know who he is. I know every line of his face—the curve of his lips is carved in my soul—but I don’t know his name. I always called him just Prince.” Tasked to watch over a young man in suspended animation, Phae,… Continue reading A BJ Review: Bright Star by Talia R. Blackwood

A BJ Review: Just a Bit Confusing (Straight Guys #5) by Alessandra Hazard

Rating:  3.75 stars out of 5 Best friends, inseparable since childhood, one in love with the other, the other straight and in love with a woman. Stories like this don’t have a happy ending; James Grayson knows it. He puts on a smile, he laughs, he jokes, and he pretends he’s fine when Ryan kisses… Continue reading A BJ Review: Just a Bit Confusing (Straight Guys #5) by Alessandra Hazard

A BJ Review: Rattlesnake by Kim Fielding

Rating:  4 stars out of 5 A drifter since his teens, Jimmy Dorsett has no home and no hope. What he does have is a duffel bag, a lot of stories, and a junker car. One cold desert night he picks up a hitchhiker who ends up dying before he can get him to his… Continue reading A BJ Review: Rattlesnake by Kim Fielding

A BJ Review: Love Starved by Kate Fierro

Rating:  4 stars out of 5 At twenty-seven, Micah Geller has more money than he needs, a job he loves, a debut book coming out and a brilliant career in information security before him. What he doesn’t have is a partner to share it with—a fact that he’s never allowed to bother him much. Until Daphne,… Continue reading A BJ Review: Love Starved by Kate Fierro

A BJ Review: Speechless (Speechless #1) by Kim Fielding

Rating:  4.25 stars out of 5 One-eyed Travis Miller is a machinist living what he terms a “fairly sucky” life in Portland. His only real companion is a rescue a cat named Elwood. After he spots a handsome man playing the guitar on his porch along his walking route home, that starts to become a… Continue reading A BJ Review: Speechless (Speechless #1) by Kim Fielding

A BJ Review: Cop Out (Toronto Tales #1) by K.C. Burn

Rating:  4 stars out of 5 When Detective Kurt O’Donnell’s partner is killed in the line of duty, he discovers that his rather quiet partner was keeping lots of secrets, including that he was married… to another man. Kurt struggles to come to terms with the realization that his partner didn’t trust him enough to… Continue reading A BJ Review: Cop Out (Toronto Tales #1) by K.C. Burn

A BJ Review: Mountain Prey by Lyn Gala

Rating:  4 stars out of 5 Stewart “Stunt” Folger is a forestry technician that loves his native home in the Appalachian Mountains, where people take care of their family and follow the Bible. But that hasn’t tamed his own wild side–Stunt has a preference for danger in and out of bed. And he finds both… Continue reading A BJ Review: Mountain Prey by Lyn Gala