Archives for June 2012

Review: The Wizard and the Werewolf by Amber Kell

Rating: 3.5 stars Buy Link:  Amazon Length: Novella Peter Moore, Alpha of his pack, doesn’t expect to start his day with a request from his sister Anna’s new Mate, Cyrus Kane. Always shy in his presence, Cyrus seems especially nervous now. Cyrus’ half brother Justin needs a place to stay for a few days and Cyrus […]

Review: Action by Liz Borino

Rating: 4.25 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | All Romance Length: Novella Steve Michaels and Zack Greene have been happily partnered for three years.  Zack is a popular actor on a hit television show where Steve works as the director.  At home they share a dom/sub relationship, but they keep their lives very private.  Zack isn’t out […]

Review: Manhandled by S.A. Reid and Rosemary O’Malley

Rating: 3.75 stars Buy Links:  Amazon Length: Short Story Not only has Boston cop Brendan Daly been dumped by his boyfriend Kent, but Kent claims that Brendan dull in bed, no longer the “animal off the chain” he used to be.  Unable to bear the indignity, Brendan decides to show Kent that he can be wild, […]

Review: Sword of the King by Megan Derr

Rating: 5 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel Sword of the King by Megan Derr, the fifth book in the Dance with the Devil series, is an amazingly well crafted, in-depth creation of an alternate world that quite frankly I would love to visit!  However, this novel was jammed full of characters and […]

Review: Touch and Trust by Sean Michael

Rating: 3 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | All Romance Length: Short Story For his 24th birthday, Samson treated himself to a one-year membership at the exclusive Velvet Glove, the premiere BDSM club around.  He is used to the scene and is a skilled top, but even he is a bit overwhelmed the first time he walks […]

Review: The Auspicious Troubles of Chance by Charlie Cochet

Rating: 4.75 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel Chance Irving grew up mostly on the streets of New York in the early 1900s. After running away from the orphanage where he was abandoned by his parents, Chance got by mostly on thieving, odd jobs, and his good looks from the age of seven.  During […]

Review: Hawaiian Gothic by Heidi Belleau and Violetta Vane

Rating: 4.5 stars Length: Novel Gregorio “Ori” Reyes has just arrived home in Hawaii after doing time in Leavenworth and having been given a dishonorable discharge from the Army for his crime.  In disgrace with his military-oriented family and with dwindling funds in his pocket, Ori has come home for only one reason — Kalani, […]

Excerpt and Giveaway: Last Stop by Lou Harper

Today I am super excited to welcome Lou Harper to Joyfully Jay.  Lou is here to talk to us about her new book Last Stop, which I reviewed here and TOTALLY LOVED!  She has not only brought a copy of the book to give away, but also has a (very) juicy except that is exclusive […]