Review: Stay With Me (The PI Guys #1) by S.E. Harmon

Rating: 2.75🌈 Originally published in April of 2014, Stay With Me (The PI Guys #1) by S.E. Harmon immediately dates itself with continuing references to popular technologies (Walkmans,DVDs), on trend brands, Mom vehicles of the day (Dodge Caravans), and new leading edge wearables like head sets, iTouch and Nanos. Every sentence is a pull back… Continue reading Review: Stay With Me (The PI Guys #1) by S.E. Harmon

Review: Hot Wings (The Hot Cannolis #2) by Eli Easton and Tara Lain

Rating: 5 🌈 Hot is right. I’ve been anxiously waiting for this story since the author’s announced it was Donny’s story with a newly transferred gay fire pilot. Donato “Donny” Cannoli is a mess of a man, something of a norm actually for the men of the enormous Italian family where the ideals of manhood… Continue reading Review: Hot Wings (The Hot Cannolis #2) by Eli Easton and Tara Lain

Review: Radio Static by Nicky James

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Radio Static is the first novel by this author and it’s a terrific story. A murder mystery romance, it incorporates a number of elements that keep you involved in the many storylines the author’s weaving. We have two families. One is a single gay dad and his 14 year old daughter. That… Continue reading Review: Radio Static by Nicky James

Review: Code: Blue (Atrous #2) by N. R. Walker

Rating: 3.5🌈 Code: Blue is the sequel to N.R. Walker’s first book about a band in its last stages of its life. Code: Red was it’s last tour and the romance between its singer Maddox and his manager Roscoe. Code:Blue , the last album, signals the turmoil that’s ongoing between the band’s label, the band… Continue reading Review: Code: Blue (Atrous #2) by N. R. Walker

Review: Long Winter (Wild One’s #1) by Rachel Ember

Rating: 3.25🌈 I heard about this book and thought it sounded interesting so I picked it up. Plus I’m always looking for new authors and I love a western romance. What I found was a novel that held a lot of promise. The story was interesting and the author’s writing was well done. Her descriptions,… Continue reading Review: Long Winter (Wild One’s #1) by Rachel Ember

Review: Tangled in Clouds (an According to Liam novella) by V.L. Locey

Rating: 4.25 🌈 Tangled in Clouds is a heartwarming, sweet romance from the same universe as Locey’s The According to Liam series. Both Jamie Parker and Pittsburgh Ravens D-man Heikki Keto are from that series and now get their own love story. It’s a romance that’s barely a mention there but here it gets the… Continue reading Review: Tangled in Clouds (an According to Liam novella) by V.L. Locey

Review: Christmas Wish List (Hartbridge Christmas #2) by N.R. Walker

Rating: 5🌈⛄️ Ever read a book that feels like all your favorite Hallmark movies gathered together with extra helpings of the sounds of carolers and the sight of fresh falling snow on Christmas Eve? Well, if you haven’t before, you will once you’ve read the heartwarming holiday romance Christmas Wish List! N.R. Walker returns to… Continue reading Review: Christmas Wish List (Hartbridge Christmas #2) by N.R. Walker

Review: Brandon’s Very Merry Haunted Christmas (Mack’s Marvelous Manifestations #1) by A.J.Sherwood

Rating: 4🌈 Here’s another one I just fell into. Didn’t even realize it was a Sherwood story until later. But honestly I should have as the style, dialogue and format scream 😂 A.J. Sherwood. So does the topic(s) and the manner in which they are handled. Ghosts, ghost hunting, psychics, the paranormal! Treated with respect,… Continue reading Review: Brandon’s Very Merry Haunted Christmas (Mack’s Marvelous Manifestations #1) by A.J.Sherwood

Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 4 🌈⛄️ Holigay is a term that denotes someone who is gay or gay curious just for a holiday vacation. Once again home, they return to their safe sexual orientation. Holigay by K.M. Neuhold is a sweet best friends to lovers, sexual discovery holiday romance. It’s frankly adorable. It helps that the men involved… Continue reading Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

Review: Hazardous Things (Star Shadow #3) by Beth Bolden

Rating: 4🌈 Hazardous Things is the third story in the Star Shadow series and the review I’m having the most problems writing. One one hand I genuinely love the characters of Felix Humphries and Max McCloud, Star Shadow’s drummer. Felix has been a snarky bundle of intelligent judgment and wry humor from the beginning with… Continue reading Review: Hazardous Things (Star Shadow #3) by Beth Bolden