Review: Sacred Band by Joseph D. Carriker Jr.

SacredBand

Rating: 5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Rusty is a young man attending school in Portland and studying architecture. But there’s something a little different about Rusty. He’s not just an ordinary gay redhead, he’s also an Echo. Years ago, an event occurred that created the first super powered […]

Review: Starting from Scratch by Jay Northcote

starting from scratch

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel  Ben is returning to school after taking some time off to undergo hormone therapy and top surgery. He is happy to be back, but very nervous too. Ben mostly kept to himself the first time around at school, and he is determined to be more social this […]

Review: Hopeless Romantic by Francis Gideon

hopeless-romantic

Rating: 4 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel There are two constants in Nick Fraser’s life: his undying affinity for romanticism and his niche as “the gay one” amongst his college friends. Yet even after several relationships, Nick learns that just wanting the romance of a lifetime isn’t enough to actually […]

Review: Trans Shift by Noah Harris

Trans-Shift

Rating: 2.75 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel Freed from the shackles of a body, a lie, a life that wasn’t truly his, John has finally found a place where he can be himself. With this new start, he is able to identify as the man he knows he […]

Review: Spy Stuff by Matthew J. Metzger

Spy Stuff

Rating: 4 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Novel Anton Williams has just started a new school. At age 15, that’s not at all what he wanted to do, but his old school became unbearable. Anton was born Natasha and when he began to transition, his former classmates made his […]

Review: A Touch of Mistletoe edited by Megan Derr

A Touch of Mistletoe

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | All Romance | Amazon UK Length: Anthology How do I begin to describe the A Touch of Mistletoe anthology?  Perhaps by saying that these are some of the most unusual and yet enjoyable Christmas stories that I have read in a while (and that’s saying something!).  The closest I […]