Review: Kaleidoscope Sunsets (A Color of Love Novella) by V.L. Locey

Rating: 4🌈 Mega sports agent Arn Toras has been a minor staple of multiple stories, popping in to give advice, stand by his athletes, or be a fierce advocate for them when they or anything they might represent is attacked. His appearances haven’t been long but Arn has always made a huge impact on every… Continue reading Review: Kaleidoscope Sunsets (A Color of Love Novella) by V.L. Locey

Review: Playing The Player (Miami Piranhas#2) by Beth Bolden

Rating 3.5🌈 This was almost a book I put down within the first quarter. I’ve just read so many of the same type of romances recently with the same themes. Roommate/Fake boyfriend, discovers he’s actually queer because he’s has a crush/lust/affection for the fake boyfriend/roommate. Who feels the same back immediately. Within the story there’s… Continue reading Review: Playing The Player (Miami Piranhas#2) by Beth Bolden

Review: Never Trust A Guy With Fangs (Covens of Eaton Falls #1) by Mia Monroe

Rating: 3🌈 Mia Monroe is a fairly new author for me, having discovered her in a charity anthology. The cover and title humor of Never Trust A Guy With Fangs had me grabbing this book to see what the author was plotting for her series, Covens of Eatons Falls. This is a paranormal romance between… Continue reading Review: Never Trust A Guy With Fangs (Covens of Eaton Falls #1) by Mia Monroe

Review: Limelight (Vino & Veritas #15) by E. Davies

Rating: 3.5🌈 Here I am diving back into the Vino and Veritas series and Burlington,Vermont. It’s like coming home. A bit of a change here in that the main characters are only peripherally connected to V & V instead of working at either establishment. Caleb Holt, poet and accountant, adorable nerd , goes to live… Continue reading Review: Limelight (Vino & Veritas #15) by E. Davies

A Barb the Zany Old Lady Release Day Review: To Love Again by Andria Large

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 This was a sweet love story, though it was insta-love, and oddly, it was written in first person POV, alternating between Jack and Warwick. I’m definitely not a fan of first person, nor am I a fan of insta-love, especially in this case where Jack had been living with… Continue reading A Barb the Zany Old Lady Release Day Review: To Love Again by Andria Large

A MelanieM Review: Irresistible by Andrew J Peters

Rating: 2 stars out of 5   What if the gods created a man so beautiful, he was irresistible to anyone?  Brendan Thackeray-Prentiss is an Ivy League-educated trust-funder who Gotham Magazine named the most eligible gay bachelor in New York City. He lives for finding his soulmate, but after walking in on his boyfriend of… Continue reading A MelanieM Review: Irresistible by Andrew J Peters

A Free Dreamer Review: The Relics of Gods (Between Heaven and Earth #1) by Yeyu

Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5 What is worse: Being so broke you can barely afford food, getting hired for dangerous missions way out of your league, suffocating under mountains of unanswered questions—or wanting to sexually dominate someone who can kill you without lifting a finger? Lu Delong is a mercenary who evaluates antiques most… Continue reading A Free Dreamer Review: The Relics of Gods (Between Heaven and Earth #1) by Yeyu

A BJ Review: Bright Star by Talia R. Blackwood

Rating:  3.5 stars out of 5 “I am his guardian angel. I don’t know who he is. I know every line of his face—the curve of his lips is carved in my soul—but I don’t know his name. I always called him just Prince.” Tasked to watch over a young man in suspended animation, Phae,… Continue reading A BJ Review: Bright Star by Talia R. Blackwood

A MelanieM Review: A Home For The Holidays by Joe Cosentino

Rating: 3.75 stars out of 5 Bobby McGrath’s Christmas trip to the beautiful Italian island of Capri to meet his eccentric extended family offers stunning views—none more stunning than his third cousin, Paolo Mascobello, a real stocking stuffer. As the two young men embark on a relationship, Bobby, a driven law student, learns to relax… Continue reading A MelanieM Review: A Home For The Holidays by Joe Cosentino

A Mika Review: You In My Arms (The Sunset Club #1) by A.C. Katt

Rating: 2.75 stars out of 5 star Jason’s priorities are non-negotiable: take care of his sister; keep a roof over their heads; go back to school eventually. Can one club owner make it easier to uphold his priorities and maybe add him to the list? 

Jason Monroe had to leave school to be the guardian of his… Continue reading A Mika Review: You In My Arms (The Sunset Club #1) by A.C. Katt