Rating: 3 stars out of 5 How much will it cost Fin to keep his promise? During the off-season, professional football player Calder Finnegan returns to Boston to help run his estranged father’s pub. Little did he know he’d find the love of his life in the pub’s bartender, Mick Sullivan. Fin soon… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Finnegan’s Promise by Carol Lynne
Rating: 3 stars After a shotgun blast took off his arm, former Chicago police officer Robert “Oggie” Ogden moved to Cattle Valley to start life over again as a cattle rancher. Then another opportunity came along, that of turning a portion of his ranch into a sanctuary for homeless and troubled GLBTQ youth. With the help… Continue reading Review: Second Chances (Cattle Valley #28) by Carol Lynne
Rating: 4 stars Sheriff Ryan Blackfeather has worked hard to overcome his torturous past to get where he is today, successful in his job as Sheriff, in a town where he has friends and is respected, and most importantly, content and happy, in love with his two partners, Nate and Rio. But a phone call… Continue reading Review of Alone In A Crowd (Cattle Valley #27) by Carol Lynne
Rating: 3.5 stars Unconventional at Best is an anthology from six authors of stories featuring romance in and around conventions. GayRomLit convention last year provided the inspiration for this selection of stories by Carol Lynne, TA Chase, Amber Kell, Jambrea Jo Jones, Stephani Hecht, and Devon Rhodes. The stories run the gamut of lovers reunited,… Continue reading Review of Unconventional at Best Anthology
Well, that wasn’t a fun night for anyone around here in Maryland, or even straight up the coast and into NYC. High winds, tornados, hail, and rain, lots and lots of rain. Our neighborhood was without power for about 8 hours, but at least we did not have tornados to deal with, as others in… Continue reading Sunday After The Storm, September Thoughts and The Week Ahead in Reviews
It’s no secret that I love books and always have. From my earliest memories of listening to someone read to me then transitioning to being old enough to pick up a book myself to while away the time. When I was younger, my family moved around every couple of years or more as my father’s… Continue reading Why A Series Can Make My Heart Sing!