Review: The Rusted Sword by R.D. Hero

Rating: 4 stars out of 5 After ten years of marriage, Lord Raleigh’s union to the vicious fighter Prince Moshe has become mired in endless arguments, uncertainty, and finally separate chambers.  A love once hot as the fire is now becoming cold and Raleigh is afraid for their future.  A proud man, Raleigh is now beset by… Continue reading Review: The Rusted Sword by R.D. Hero

Review: Promises Made Under Fire by Charlie Cochrane

Rating: 4.5 stars It’s France, 1915, and Europe has been fighting WWI for a year.  Lieutenant Tom Donald and his fellow officer Frank Foden help alleviate both the tedium and the terror by sharing confidences about their family and friends back home.  Frank Foden, a confident popular officer with a positive outlook on life, happily… Continue reading Review: Promises Made Under Fire by Charlie Cochrane

Review of Back To Hell (Hellbourne #4) by Amber Kell

Rating: 3 stars Luc Hellbourne, son of Lucifer, is trying to settle down with his wolf shifter mate Bran after the problems with his dad and Bran’s old pack.  But a calm life is something Luc has never had experience with and it looks like it’s not going to happen now either.  Luc’s crazy brother… Continue reading Review of Back To Hell (Hellbourne #4) by Amber Kell

Review of Summer Sizzle by Berengaria Brown

Rating: 3 stars Craig, a history teacher is on break at Two Waters Beach, enjoying his month rental cabin when he spies Seth on a beach towel nearby.  Seth is exactly Craig’s type and immediately Craig tries to figure out the best way to approach him.  Seth has the exact same reaction to Craig, and… Continue reading Review of Summer Sizzle by Berengaria Brown

Review of One Day at a Time by Dawn Douglas

Rating: 4 stars Homeland Agent Pete Olivera is only on loan to the Evansville Police Department.  Temporary assignments mean going in doing the job and getting out, no emotional entanglements needed or wanted.  Then Officer Joseph West shoots a young boy in self defense and Olivera’s self isolation is compromised by his need to help… Continue reading Review of One Day at a Time by Dawn Douglas

Review of Shelton’s Homecoming (Shelton #4) by Dianne Hartsock

Rating: 4 stars Shelton has just flown home after receiving a phone call telling him his lover, Nevil, was injured and in the hospital.  Nevil is going to be fine but the accident has made it clear that something needs to change in his life, and change now. When Shelton took the promotion and transferred… Continue reading Review of Shelton’s Homecoming (Shelton #4) by Dianne Hartsock

Review of Priceless by M. A. Church

Rating: 2.75 stars Billionaire Garrett Shiffler glances up from the craps table to see good looking young man watching him as he played.  The young stranger brings Garrett luck at the tables as well as turns him on. Garrett is determined to take him to bed, and what Garrett wants, Garrett gets. Randal Jones of… Continue reading Review of Priceless by M. A. Church

Review of Reaping Shadows by Jamieson Wolf

Note: I’ve registered my blog so my url is ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords.com.  Please make note and change your bookmark.  Thanks!  We will now return to your regularly scheduled program! Rating: 3.5 stars Darion Muerte is a Reaper, one of many, and has been one for centuries.  He gathers the souls of the dying so they can move… Continue reading Review of Reaping Shadows by Jamieson Wolf

Reviews of Notice (Notice #1) and The Dragon and the Mistletoe (Notice #2) by M. Raiya

Rating: 4.25 stars Adrian Varian Kendall has always prided himself on his ability to keep his three lives separate from each other no matter how intense  his life got.  High school teacher, dragonshifter, and gay male, elements of himself kept partitioned due to necessity and security of those around him. Then he receives notice while… Continue reading Reviews of Notice (Notice #1) and The Dragon and the Mistletoe (Notice #2) by M. Raiya

Review of Pricks and Pragmatism by JL Merrow

Rating: 4.25 stars Luke Corbin is home studying when his lover and owner of the apartment comes home to tell Luke to pack and leave as he’s found someone new. And once more Luke finds himself homeless again, a circumstance that happens often as Luke trades his sexual favors for a place to live and… Continue reading Review of Pricks and Pragmatism by JL Merrow