Review: Puppet Boy by Christian Baines

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Rating: 4 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Eric is a high school student whose mom has left for America where she is “working,” having left Eric home to fend for himself. Eric supports himself and saves for his dream of going to film school to be a director by selling himself to the […]

Review: Triad Blood by ‘Nathan Burgoine

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Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel It typically takes three or more magical creatures to form a bond and create a group to support and protect themselves. Supernatural beings that are left out of a group face abuse by others and are rarely safe except for the few […]

Review: In Shining Armor by E.L. Phillips

In Shining Armor

Rating: 2.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel When Krish Nayar becomes separated from his friends and walks through a mysterious fog, he never expects to find himself in 17th century Wales. But as he begins to process his new reality, Krish must also acknowledge the fact he may never return […]

Review: Final Departure by Steve Pickens

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Rating: 3 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel Work has taken Sam O’Connor to Australia and his husband, Jake Finnigan, spends his days working for a ferry company in Washington State. Days before the six-month overseas assignment draws to a close, Jake can think of nothing but being reunited with […]

Review: Brothers by Ralph Josiah Bardsley

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Rating: 4.75 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel Jamus Cork’s life was turned upside down when a wrong way driver left him in the hospital and his parents dead. Left to care for his three-year old brother, Nick, Jamus went from carefree graduate student and want-to-be writer living in […]

Review: The Plain of Bitter Honey by Alan Chin

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Rating: 4.75 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | All Romance Length: Novel It’s the year 2055, and the Christian Fundamentalists have taken over the government of America. Those with enough money to flee the country have done so, and everyone else is left to waste away. Anyone considered undesirable, especially gays, have been herded into concentration camp-like […]

Review: The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neill

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Rating: 4.25 stars Buy Links:  Amazon Length: Novel Adam More and Steven Worth live in New York and have been partners for six years.  Steven is a writer for the free weekly, the Gay New York Times, and Adam is a highly regarded wedding planner.  The two have lots of extended family (including a brother and […]