Review: The Pillar by Kim Fielding

The Pillar

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novella Faris is such a gentle soul. He is also the village healer who carries a dark secret that haunts him to this day. A past that cannot be erased and remains the reason he goes to the pillar each time he is asked to […]

Review: Curiosity Killed Shaney by J.C. Wallace

Curiosity Killed Shaney

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel There are a few times when I read a book and am faced with reviewing it where I would simply like to say, “I adored this book, please just go buy it…now.” There are so many reasons to love J.C. Wallace’s book, Curiosity Killed Shaney. […]

Review: The Family We Make by Kaje Harper

The Family We Make

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel The Family We Make by Kaje Harper is an intense study in how we can lose or keep that which is dear to us. It is also very much about second chances and forgiveness—most importantly forgiving ourselves. Repeatedly this story offers choices to its […]

Review: Family Connections by N.J. Nielsen

Family Connections

Rating: 2 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel I truly do not know how to write the review of this novel, Family Connections by N.J. Nielsen. This book, which began as a believable out for you trope, turned into such a fantastically confusing and rambling story. Initially, everything revolved around Ray Connelly, an […]

Review: Names Can Never Hurt Me by Wade Kelly

Names Can Never Hurt Me

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel I am fairly positive that I am going to go against the status quo here by liking the less desirable main character in this novel, Names Can Never Hurt Me, rather than the obvious underdog. And perhaps I am reading way too much into […]

Review: Summer Lover by B.G. Thomas

Cover art by Paul Richmond

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel B.G. Thomas has a definitive style of writing. His characters are often wounded, angry, and rarely come at life from a place of acceptance for who they are. That lack of acceptance is often internal, plaguing the individuals and preventing them from not only […]

Review: Keep Swimming by Kade Boehme

Keep Swimming

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel What would you do if all your life, you had one dream? Heath has just one plan: work on the rigs, get enough money, and purchase his boats so that one day he can run his own charter business free and clear. All he […]

Review: The Bible Boys by Dan Skinner

Cover art by Dan Skinner

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novella Dan Skinner’s latest offering, The Bible Boys, is a blistering but truthful view of how religious indoctrination can produce homophobic progeny that are ruled mindlessly by the most narrow of biblical views. However, woven into this unfiltered view is also a sweet, coming-of-age love […]