Review: Justice (Leopard’s Spots #10) by Bailey Bradford

Rating: 2. stars out of 5 After being rescued by his twin brother Preston and his brother’s mate, Nischal, Paul Hardy is suffering horribly from the aftermath of his capture and two years being tortured and sexually abused as a shifter’s “pet”.  Prior to his experience at the hands of a human trafficking ring, Paul… Continue reading Review: Justice (Leopard’s Spots #10) by Bailey Bradford

Review: Dominant Predator (The Borders War #2) by S.A. McAuley

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars It’s the year 2558 and the various governments that rose after the last world war (also known as the Borders War) had come together at their first attempt to revive the Olympic Games.  But instead of peace,  a revolution was started. With one bullet Merq Grayson both assassinated the… Continue reading Review: Dominant Predator (The Borders War #2) by S.A. McAuley

Dog Days of Summer and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Here it is mid – August and the Dog Days of  Summer are almost over.  I know many of you have heard the term but do you really know where it came from?  I know that some of you are looking at your four pawed companions panting away the summer heat beside you, whether on… Continue reading Dog Days of Summer and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Review: One Breath One Bullet (The Borders War #1) by S.A. McAuley

Rating: 5 stars out of  5 Three hundred years of the Borders War has seen the world reduced to five nations.  In the year 2548, a treaty was signed ending the war, and ensuring a peace between countries, at least on the surface.  Now in the year 2558, all nationalities have gathered for the first… Continue reading Review: One Breath One Bullet (The Borders War #1) by S.A. McAuley

Review: Moments by R.J. Scott

Rating: 4.25 stars Jacob Riley, star of the time traveling TV series End Game has messed up again.  Issues with drug addiction, alcohol and sex have left Jacob Riley disenfranchised from all around him, family, friends, even business associates.  Jacob has done jail time and been in and out of rehabilitation clinics to little affect… Continue reading Review: Moments by R.J. Scott

Review: Breaking the Devil by Bailey Bradford

Rating: 2 stars out of 5 Twelve years ago, Mack Wilson made the mistake of his life, giving his love and virginity to his best friend Justin who then threw his love back at him telling Mack he was just a youthful experiment before leaving town for good.  Justin’s hateful message left Mack a broken… Continue reading Review: Breaking the Devil by Bailey Bradford

Endangered LGBTQ Youth, Books Proceeds, and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Tis the season for winding down of the school year and various holidays,  Mothers Day and Fathers Day among them.  And while there are many families out there celebrating their love for one another, there are also many children, including 40 percent of LGBT youth*, who will be spending these holidays out on the streets,… Continue reading Endangered LGBTQ Youth, Books Proceeds, and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Review: Leaving Home (Home #4) by T.A. Chase

Rating: 4 stars out of 5 Peter Skinner is now working full time for Les Hardin and Randy Hersch out at their ranch after the falling out with his family and grandfather over his sexuality.  With his family shunning him, Peter is happy to have found a home and new family with Les, Randy and their… Continue reading Review: Leaving Home (Home #4) by T.A. Chase

Review: It Takes Practice by Willa Okati

Rating: 3 stars Seven years ago, as Nathan Rey was getting ready for his graduation from medical school, he asked his long term boyfriend for a promise.  Nathan wanted Fitz, over the top, charismatic love of his life, to be there in the audience as he received his diploma and Fitz promised.  But Fitz broke… Continue reading Review: It Takes Practice by Willa Okati

Review: Wesley (Leopard Spots #8) by Bailey Bradford

Rating: 4.25  stars When Wes Ward’s older brother Sully left home for college, Wes felt like he had lost the only friend he ever had.  Painfully shy as a child, Wes depended upon Sully for everything and Wes was unable to fill the void Sully left behind him.  Then Sully found his mate and forgot… Continue reading Review: Wesley (Leopard Spots #8) by Bailey Bradford