reference to child abuse

Review: Crossing the Touchline by Jay Hogan

Rating: 4.75 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Reuben Taylor is a good rugby player. His plan is to go pro and play for the New Zealand All Blacks. It’s been his dream for so long and it’s all he knows and now his dream is close. However, Reuben has a lot of...
4.75 Star Rating

Review: Finding Grey by Rebecca Raine

Rating: 4 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel At a young age, Dante Sinclair became the hottest rock star around. But all of the fame and money couldn’t make up for his abusive father and the loneliness that runs deep. A chance meeting with another boy in his...
4 Star Rating

Review: Call it a Coincidence by Nathaniel Scott

Rating: 3 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel James is grateful he has a safe place to live after his parents died. After several unsuccessful foster homes, he came to stay with David and Michelle, who adopted him. The family regularly takes in foster kids, and it’s...
3 Star Rating

Review: I Saw You First by Darien Cox

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Walt is from a wealthy family from the next town over and young Jude has a crush on him. Everyone competes for Walt’s attention and friendship, but Jude is just starting to realize that his feelings are different than...
4.5 Star Rating

Review: Ruin by Daya Daniels

Rating: 4 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Griffon and Ryker. Sort of the same, but more than sort of different. They meet in rehab where Griffon is reluctant to talk in group therapy. Griffon is closed off and sarcastic and he knows most people don’t like him....
4 Star Rating