Review: Sweet to the Core (Lighthouse Bay #3) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.25🌈 Amy Aislin’s Lighthouse Bay is one of those lovely contemporary romance series that’s continues to resonate with me. It’s the gorgeous setting of Lighthouse Bay, with its small town community, with its variety of people, from it’s Mayor to it’s Main Street of stores ,who’s owners we’ve gotten to know well through the… Continue reading Review: Sweet to the Core (Lighthouse Bay #3) by Amy Aislin

Review: Irresponsible Puckboy (Puckboy #2) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Rating: 4 🌈 Irresponsible Puckboy is the second in Eden Finley and Saxon James’ hockey romance series, Puckboy. This time it’s a good friends to lovers, fake marriage trope story. I was looking forward to it as Tripp Mitchell, one of The Queer Collective, was a interesting character in the first book. The rest of… Continue reading Review: Irresponsible Puckboy (Puckboy #2) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Review: Unraveling The Threads of Fate by Alice Winters

Rating: 4.75🌈 Unraveling The Threads of Fate by Alice Winters is an excellently written, highly suspenseful tale that contains a lot of moments of extreme anxiety and dread. It stretches over the all events that should be happening to the people in the universe here. I say should because a major element is that one… Continue reading Review: Unraveling The Threads of Fate by Alice Winters

Review: Got Me Thinking (Vet Shop Boys #4) by Casey Cox

Rating: 4.5🌈 Got Me Thinking, fourth book in Casey Cox’s terrific Vet Shop Boys series, is a very sweet,low angst, contemporary romance. Chase Higgins is the vet who’s life has just had a complete life upheaval, after a long period of stress, and a inability to conceive children in a dying marriage. It was finally… Continue reading Review: Got Me Thinking (Vet Shop Boys #4) by Casey Cox

Review: Aleron (Chosen Champions #3) by Macy Blake

Rating: 5🌈 You know how, somewhere in a series, you always find one story that’s just it for you? Even in a series you adore? It hits all your buttons, emotionally, just satisfying AF in every way? That’s Aleron for me, the third novel in Macy Blake’s fantastic Chosen Champions series. This is a series… Continue reading Review: Aleron (Chosen Champions #3) by Macy Blake

Review: Sailor Proof (Shore Leave #1) by Annabeth Albert

Rating: 4 🌈 Sailor Proof , the first book in Annabeth Albert’s series about a submariners group of men, is a wonderful contemporary romance. Low on the angst, it’s sweet, fake boyfriend trope that quickly turns real over the course of a massive group family annual camp outing. It all starts with dumped Naval Chief… Continue reading Review: Sailor Proof (Shore Leave #1) by Annabeth Albert

Review: Style for Love (Gay 4 Renovations #1) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Style for Love is A.J. Sherwood’s terrific first book in her new series, Gay 4 Renovations. Located in small town (real place) Plymouth, Michigan, with its Victorians, Tudors, Craftsmen, and other equally charming houses in need of renovating by their owners, the queer business owners , all friends, have their business lives… Continue reading Review: Style for Love (Gay 4 Renovations #1) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: Thick As Thieves (Aster Valley #4) by Lucy Lennox

Rating: 4.5🌈 Thick As Thieves is the Aster Valley finale and it’s a wonderful story to bid the series goodbye with. Best friends to lovers is a great trope and Lennox gives us two endearing characters who have known each all all their lives, being each other’s one to go to in all times. Never… Continue reading Review: Thick As Thieves (Aster Valley #4) by Lucy Lennox

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: Code: Red (Atrous #1) by N.R. Walker

Rating: 3.25🌈 I missed this book when it first came out and am now playing catch-up prior to the release of Code: Blue, the second in the Atrous series about a rock band. The story is told only from the perspective of Roscoe Hall, the personal manager of rockstar Maddox Kershaw. Maddox is one of… Continue reading Review: Code: Red (Atrous #1) by N.R. Walker