Book Blast: On Tour with Lou Sylvre’s Vasquez and James (contest)

 Who is Luki Vasquez and Sonny Bly James?   One of the hottest, complex couples around in M/M fiction.  Luki Vasquez, of Hawaiian and Basque descent, has a tortured past and a present as a former law enforcement agent.  Sonny Bly James is a Yakama  native american living in Port Clifford, Washington and a fiber… Continue reading Book Blast: On Tour with Lou Sylvre’s Vasquez and James (contest)

Review: Roughstock: Tag Team – Fais Do Do by B.A. Tortuga

Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5 Landon Gaudet, also known as Nutbutter, is a little Cajun with a huge heart.  A horse whisperer, loyal friend and brother, a man of all trades at the rodeo including bull riding, Landon appears to be a happy person.  But he is missing one thing….his soulmate, the man with… Continue reading Review: Roughstock: Tag Team – Fais Do Do by B.A. Tortuga

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: Conquer the Flames (Lang Downs #4) by Ariel Tachna

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Thorne Lachlan, a firefighter for the Royal Fire Service, arrives at Lang Downs when a grassfire brings him onto the station to ask for assistance and prepare them for evacuation if necessary.  A former Commando for the Australian Army, Thorne has retired, beset by nightmares and blackouts, a  victim of… Continue reading Review: Conquer the Flames (Lang Downs #4) by Ariel Tachna

Review: Black Dog (Bannon’s Gym #1) by Cat Grant

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Eddie Roscoe has just arrived at his family’s diner to open up and start preparing for the breakfast run when he sees a young boy and drunk fighting in the back alley.  After breaking it up, Eddie notices the kid’s bruises and other injuries arent’ exactly fresh.  And from… Continue reading Review: Black Dog (Bannon’s Gym #1) by Cat Grant

Martin Luther King, Jr., I Had A Dream speech, and This Coming Week In Reviews

It’s the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s speech on Wednesday and yesterday tens of thousands of people gathered to commemorate that momentous occassion and to remind  the world that his dream still needs to be fulfilled.   Racism still exists and we as a nation still have such a long way to go for… Continue reading Martin Luther King, Jr., I Had A Dream speech, and This Coming Week In Reviews

Review: Sweet Young Thang (Theta Alpha Gamma #3) by Anne Tenino

Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5 Collin Montes was instrumental in getting his fraternity, Theta Alpha Gamma, to change their  bylaws and accept gay and bisexual college men into TAG.  Several of the brothers were already out about their sexuality, most notably Brad, so this just instilled in their bylaws the acceptance acknowledged in their… Continue reading Review: Sweet Young Thang (Theta Alpha Gamma #3) by Anne Tenino

Review: One True Thing by Piper Vaughn and MJ O’Shea

Rating: 4 stars Dusty Davis has moved to California with his best friends Ru and Erik and their  daughter Alice.  West Hollywood so far is everything Dusty hoped it would be.  He can walk down the street and not draw stares for his clothes or nail polish and their new house is adorable, a great… Continue reading Review: One True Thing by Piper Vaughn and MJ O’Shea

Just a Quick Reminder!

October is one of my most favorite months.  Autumn is in full swing by then, bringing with it all the colors associated with Fall.  Rich reds, all shades of orange and yellow, with white, and purple mixed in.  This October will bring some marvelous book releases as well from Andrea Speed’s Infected: Lesser Evils, the… Continue reading Just a Quick Reminder!