Review: Acting Up by John Inman

Acting Up

Rating: DNF Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel It’s not easy breaking into show biz. Especially when you aren’t exactly loaded with talent. But Malcolm Fox won’t let a little thing like that hold him back. Actually, it isn’t the show-business part of his life that bothers him as much as […]

Review: The Last Nights of the Frangipani Hotel by Bey Deckard

The Last Nights of the Frangipani Hotel

Rating: 4 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novella Every year James escapes from the world to his favorite island retreat. A month in a remote cabin with no one to talk to is just what he needs to unplug from his stressful life as a famous Hollywood actor. When […]

Review: The Boys on the Mountain by John Inman

Cover art by Reese Dante

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel I’ve just finished The Boys On The Mountain by John Inman. I am, for want of a better term, flabbergasted. Not only has the ending of this horror novel left me shaking my head, but my entire physical self has been […]

Review: The Ghost Slept Over by Marshall Thornton

Cover art by Marshall Thorton

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel Let me begin by saying how thrilled I am to finally be introduced to the work of author, Marshall Thornton! Witty, fast paced, edgy and just downright clever are just a few terms I could use to describe his current story, […]

Review: A Slow Process Of Understanding by Faith Ashlin

A Slow Process Of Understanding

Rating: 3 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel This review has me a bit flummoxed. I felt this novel, A Slow Process of Understanding by Faith Ashlin, had some very important things to say and there were some really intense and satisfying moments throughout. However, overall I felt the […]

Review: MOTEL. POOL. by Kim Fielding

Cover art by Paul Richmond

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel Hollywood circa 1950s. A young man with stars in his eyes, desperate to be someone, to be important, latches onto a Hollywood director and becomes his boy toy in an era when being known a queer was tantamount to a death sentence. Frustrated by bit […]