Review: Valentine’s Hearts (Owatonna U Hockey #5) by R.J.Scott

Rating: 5 🌈 Ryker Madsen and Jacob Bentsen have been through a lot in their years together but actually making it to their wedding day might be the most trying times they’ve faced yet. If you’ve been reading this series and the Arizona Raptors one concurrently, as I have, then you’ve watched this couple undergo… Continue reading Review: Valentine’s Hearts (Owatonna U Hockey #5) by R.J.Scott

Review: Tic-Tac Mistletoe Christmas by NR Walker

Rating: 4.5🌈 Yes, my holiday reading is in full swing! And here’s another book guaranteed to bring about an onslaught of the Christmas cozies and a need to bake a gazillion sugar holiday cookies! It’s N. R. Walker’s Tic-Tac Mistletoe! What a Christmas heartwarmer! It will, as it itself will tell you, bring up the… Continue reading Review: Tic-Tac Mistletoe Christmas by NR Walker

Review: Christmas Lane (Lighthouse Bay #1) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5 🌈 As we head into November, it’s time for the Holiday stories (and movies) to start being released. And for those of us who love to read them (and watch them) to start our holiday feasting! First up for me was the first in this adorable Amy Aislin Christmas series Lighthouse Bay. Currently… Continue reading Review: Christmas Lane (Lighthouse Bay #1) by Amy Aislin

Review: Out for the Holidays, Out for Gold by Lane Hayes

Rating: 4 🌈 Lane Hayes continues her Out of series for couple Gabe and Derek post college with two lovely, sweet short stories. We meet again Hayes’ great characters, in tightly plotted storylines filled with romance and hope for their dreams, individually and as a couple. We follow them through each man’s future plans, one… Continue reading Review: Out for the Holidays, Out for Gold by Lane Hayes

A Stella Review: A Boyfriend For Christmas by Jay Northcote

RATING 4 out of 5 stars Archie’s posh parents want him to meet a nice girl–how can he tell them he’s fallen for a bad boy instead? Closeted, innocent and lonely, Archie Arandale longs for someone special in his life. A Christmas party organised by his wealth management company is the last place he expects… Continue reading A Stella Review: A Boyfriend For Christmas by Jay Northcote

A Stella Review: Christmas Riches by H.L. Day

RATING 4 out of 5 stars Opposites might attract. But does that include age? Christmas comes early for Aiden Malone in the form of a seductive blue-eyed stranger down on his knees. But a shock revelation about his new ‘friend’ has him running for the hills and cursing his stupidity before the night is out.… Continue reading A Stella Review: Christmas Riches by H.L. Day

Into December and Our Holiday Stories. This Week at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

Into December and Our Holiday Stories It’s officially December and our holiday stories, in all formats, are here for our reading and listening pleasure!    While some of us may have returned to our comfort reads this holiday season, there are plenty of wonderful new stories out there to add to your reading festive list!… Continue reading Into December and Our Holiday Stories. This Week at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

Release Blitz for A Boyfriend For Christmas by Jay Northcote

  Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Universal Link   Cover Design: Garrett Leigh @ Black Jazz Design   Blurb   Archie’s posh parents want him to meet a nice girl–how can he tell them he’s fallen for a bad boy instead? Closeted, innocent and lonely, Archie Arandale longs for someone special in… Continue reading Release Blitz for A Boyfriend For Christmas by Jay Northcote

A MelanieM Review: Away in a Manger by JC Owens

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Two men from vastly different backgrounds; one city, one country. They have loved each other for over fifteen years, but the balance of their relationship has always been skewed, with Nathan desperately attempting to make Malcolm content on the ranch, when his restlessness and creative soul drives him to… Continue reading A MelanieM Review: Away in a Manger by JC Owens

An Alisa Review: Best Christmas Ever by Terry O’Reilly

Rating: 4 stars out of 5 Bowing to his parents’ homophobic demands, Professor Henry Rodimacher always chose Christmas with his family over spending it with his partner. However, when Jeremy became terminally ill, Henry defied his family and stayed home for Jeremy’s final Christmas. After Jeremy passes, Henry decides it’s time to mend fences, so… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Best Christmas Ever by Terry O’Reilly