An Alisa Review: Because of Sam by J.D. Walker

Rating: 3 stars out of 5 Martin Wesley’s job as a CFO is very stressful. All he seems to do lately is work, with no end in sight. But one morning he answers a knock on his door and comes face to face with a social worker and a sad little girl named Samantha Wesley… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Because of Sam by J.D. Walker

An Alisa Review: A Desperate Love by J.D. Walker

Rating:  4 stars out of 5 The universe hates Mel Stokes. He quit his job, lost his boyfriend, and missed the last train, all in one night. And then, some guy tries to rob him after he walked miles to get home. In shoes that pinched his toes. Nope. Last straw. When a stranger witnesses… Continue reading An Alisa Review: A Desperate Love by J.D. Walker

An Alisa Review: Romancing the Bouncer by J.D. Walker

Rating:  4 stars out of 5   Bennett “Ben” Pachowski is a bouncer at Throwbacks. He likes his job, though he gets tired of being thought of as more brawn than brain. He loves books, prefers to be romanced before sleeping with a man, and has a crazy feline companion named Bessie.   Ben’s favorite… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Romancing the Bouncer by J.D. Walker

An Alisa Review: The Things We Do by J.D. Walker

Rating:  3 stars out of 5   Scotty Reedville has had his office job for two years, long enough to fall for Ryker Callen, head of the landscaping crews. It’s ridiculous, really. How could he fall for someone so completely his opposite in every way? Answer: he couldn’t help it. Still, Scotty would never make… Continue reading An Alisa Review: The Things We Do by J.D. Walker

A VVivacious Review: Norwegian Woody (Let it Beatle #4) by J.D. Walker

Rating: 3.5 Stars out of 5   Woodrow Anker lost his parents at the age of three, following which he was raised by the Zumpanos along with their three children – Helen, Rafe and Serge. He became very good friends with Serge but it was Rafe that he looked up to. But now almost thirty, Woody’s… Continue reading A VVivacious Review: Norwegian Woody (Let it Beatle #4) by J.D. Walker

An Alisa Review: The Cookie Said Red by J.D. Walker

Rating:  3 stars out of 5   Cisco Boyd believes in fortune cookies and horoscopes. Despite his lack of success in finding a steady boyfriend — or at least, a date who doesn’t think Denny’s is the epitome of haute cuisine — Cisco never doubts that eventually, the stars will lead him to the man… Continue reading An Alisa Review: The Cookie Said Red by J.D. Walker

A Lila Review: A-dork-able by J.D. Walker

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 Alister Redgrave knows he’s a dork. He dresses in ill-fitting suits and trips over imaginary obstacles constantly; then there’s his Star Trek underwear. Still, he hopes to find the love of his life one day. And when he meets Jaiden Greyson, the new Assistant CFO in the Finance department, Alister… Continue reading A Lila Review: A-dork-able by J.D. Walker

An Alisa Review: The Perfect Bite by J.D. Walker

Rating:  4 stars out of 5   Gabe Villagran has been an outcast since birth. The large purple birthmark on the right side of his face has ostracized him from family and community, leaving him with little self-esteem. So, imagine his delight when, at the age of eighteen, vampires come out to the world. Finally,… Continue reading An Alisa Review: The Perfect Bite by J.D. Walker

An Alisa Review: Of Paws and Pet Rocks by J.D. Walker

Rating:  4 stars out of 5   Barry Dunning is a pet stylist and a gentle soul. Animals love him and he adores them. And while he would love to have a dog or cat of his own, the lease on his tiny studio apartment doesn’t allow pets. So, he paints miniature cats and dogs… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Of Paws and Pet Rocks by J.D. Walker

A Paul Review: To Catch His Mate by JD Walker

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars A young mix cat shifter cub comes to a campsite tired and hungry.  Smelling food, he investigates further.  There, a man sees the cub collapse before him and gives him something to eat.  The cub shifts into a human boy.  The man makes like nothing unusual happened.  He takes… Continue reading A Paul Review: To Catch His Mate by JD Walker