Rating: 3.25 stars out of 5 In the shapeshifter village Eladir, all are shapeshifters regardless of gender. But how they become shapeshifters differs dramatically for the boys. Unlike the girls who are able to shift almost from birth with their animal already tattooed on their bodies, the boys have to wait until their 18th birthday… Continue reading Review: The Choosing by Annabelle Jacobs
Tag: m/m fiction novel
Review: Kick Start (Dangerous Ground #5) by Josh Lanyon
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Special Agents Will Brandt and Taylor MacAllister have both left the DSS (Department of Diplomatic Security) after the events in Paris and now operate their own security agency. But things are not going particularly well for them, either in their business or relationship. Will and Taylor’s business is lacking… Continue reading Review: Kick Start (Dangerous Ground #5) by Josh Lanyon
Review: Fool For Love by Cassandra Gold
Rating: 3 stars out of 5 College professor Vincent Norton is feeling every bit of his forty-five years of age. Three years ago his partner of 20 years died in a car accident. Estranged from his family, now just his dad, Vince has used all his energy and time at his profession, teaching college kids… Continue reading Review: Fool For Love by Cassandra Gold
The Winners Are Announced for The Tameness of the Wolf Week! Happy Birthday, Kendall McKenna!
It’s here, our final day with Kendall McKenna and The Tameness of the Wolf Week. It’s been a great week with terrific prizes and author insight into a series that is just outstanding and one of Scattered Thoughts Best of Lists for 2013. I am sure you all are with me when I say I… Continue reading The Winners Are Announced for The Tameness of the Wolf Week! Happy Birthday, Kendall McKenna!
Review: Open Cover Before Striking by Willa Okati
Rating: 4.5 stars Davis Carmichael has one focus in life, his job as a writer for Tatterdemalion’s Voice, and he let’s nothing else distract him from that. This includes sexual encounters, then he meets Cristián in an airport while both are waiting for flights out. Their one night stand is not only white hot but revelatory… Continue reading Review: Open Cover Before Striking by Willa Okati