Winners of the Pulp Friction Books Contest

Meet us back here in December for the final Pulp Friction guest post of 2013 and the final Pulp Friction review. There will be another giveway or two. You never know. My thanks again to all these remarkable people, Havan Fellows, Lee Brazil, Laura Harner and of course, Tom Webb for stopping by this week… Continue reading Winners of the Pulp Friction Books Contest

Review: Darkest Knight (City Knight #5) by T.A. Webb

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Marcus Prater and his lover Benjamin Danvers have never been happier.  Marcus has reconciled with his brother Frankie and now Frankie and Frankie’s kids are now frequent visitors to his home.  His own wounds have healed as has Ben’s and now they are preparing for their first Thanksgiving as… Continue reading Review: Darkest Knight (City Knight #5) by T.A. Webb

A City In Need and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Washington, DC, home of the federal government, the Smithsonian, the World Bank and all those other government agencies who names are reduced to alphabet letters, doesn’t have a shelter for LGBTQ endangered youth.  How is that possible?  We have food banks, shelters for homeless families (although not nearly enough) and shelters for battered women (House… Continue reading A City In Need and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Author Spotlight: Meet Lee Brazil!

ST: Good morning, everyone.  Today’s guest author is Lee Brazil, author of the wonderful Chances Are series in the Pulp Friction offerings.   Good morning, Lee! *pats chair and hands Lee a cup of coffee*. “Don’t mind the terriers, they will ask their own questions later”  *shoos away dogs* LB: Good morning! Thank you for… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Meet Lee Brazil!

Review: Ghost of a Chance (Chances Are #4) by Lee Brazil

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Series Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Chance Dumont thought he couldn’t survive when his first love, Cannon, left him.  It took Chances five years before he thought he could take a chance on another man and a relationship.  Then Rory, a young submissive cop came along and further… Continue reading Review: Ghost of a Chance (Chances Are #4) by Lee Brazil