The Deep of the Sound – Bluewater Bay #8
Bookreview / July 31, 2015

The Deep of the Sound by Amy Lane is a new addition to the Bluewater Bay series. Every book in the series is written by a different author, but they are all set in the same area. I kind of like that idea, so I will be reading the other parts at some time. In this book we meet Cal McCorkle. He has been living in Bluewater Bay all his life, working two jobs to support his brother and great uncle. Both men depend on him because they have a long list of problems and illnesses. As a result of this Cal has nearly no personal life. He has no time for himself, let alone to find a guy to fall in love with. He has accepted the fact that it just will never be. Avery Kennedy wants to visit a fan convention of his favourite tv show, but ends up running away from his parents and his ex boyfriend that only used him for money and otherwise treated him as a dirty secret. It took him about two years, but finally Avery managed to get away and start a new life of his own. Of course everyone thinks he…

Out of the Rain
Bookreview / July 30, 2015

Out of the Rain is the latest short story by Renae Kaye and as with all her books this one is hot, sizzling and very sexy. Only 38 pages though, so not too much is happening. Mitch is an electrician, owning his own company and getting through life very well. At 38 he has life experience but never expected to find love or romance in his life. Who would want to be with a guy like him after all. Then one night his elderly neighbour calls him. There is a man sitting in her garden, out in the pouring rain and she doesn’t know what to do. Mitch goes over there and finds Elijah, very drunk and very sad. Mitch takes him home out of the rain and puts him up for the night. The next day he learns that Elijah told his parents he was gay and they kicked him out of the house. Now he has nothing and no one and just has to find his way in life again. Mitch likes the young man a lot but he is too young, too pretty and too bruised for him. What he feels inside could never be real… Slowly…

Blown For Good: Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology
Bookreview / July 30, 2015

Blown For Good: Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology by Marc Headley provides an interesting and never before seen look inside the world of Scientology. He spend 15 years of his life in Scientology before he left. Most of his time was spent in the secret headquarters deep in the Californian desert. It is the location where L. Ron Hubbard used to live and where current leader David Miscavige lives today. So what happens there on a day to day base. Are all he stories true? This book allows you a small peak inside this world. Over the years stories about Scientology have surfaced on the web and other places. They tell tales about armed guards, abuse and wired fences. Are people really being held against their will or not? Countless people have tried to escape, but many failed. In Scientology terms escaping is called “being blown” hence the name of the book. Headley started telling his story on line under the alias Blown For Good or BFG. After a while he decided the story had to be put on paper and he decided to write this book. The book is self written and self published and could really use…

Their Natural Habitat – The Forestry Series #2
Bookreview / July 29, 2015

Their Natural Habitat is part 2 in The Forestry Series by Silvia Violet and takes us back to the story of Dan and Parker. After what happened in part 1 Dan and Parker are together and decide to spend the tim Dan is there together. Dan moved in with Parker in his cabin and they are happy together. Dan and Parker want to spend time together, but bear baiters are around and they keep Parker busy and away from Dan. Dan is constantly worried that Parker will get hurt, angry for not spending time together and afraid their relation cannot take the strain it is under right now. Dan and Parker both know that Dan’s time in the forest will end some time and they have to decide what to do then? One of them has to give up his job and move away to be with the other, but who will it be. Both men love what they do and are unwilling to give up so soon. Can they find a way to be together in the end? Will their relation be able to take the lack of time together, the constant worrying and dangers all around the forest?…

His True Nature – The Forestry Series #1
Bookreview / July 29, 2015

His True Nature is the latest story by Silvia Violet. It is only 38 pages long, so not long enough for a full novel but it provides for a nice read. Om his thirtieth birthday, Dan decides the time has come for him to come out. He tells his family that he is gay. Expecting acceptance, but that is not what he is getting. The family rejects him and openly insults him. His need to get away from them is growing stronger and he decides on a whim to buy a camper and go out into the woods for a while. The plan is to spend his holiday fishing, hiking and camping but he soon learns he has no clue what he is doing out there. How is he going to survive one day, let alone three months? He fears his trip is going to get cut short real fast. But in the most desperate moment Parker arrives on the scene, the local forest ranger. And boy is he one of the most sexy man Dan has ever seen in his life. He takes an instant liking to Parker, but has no idea if Parker feels the same about him…

One Step Further
Bookreview / July 28, 2015

One Step Further is the new novel by Felice Stevens, an author previously unknown to me, but after reading this I will definitely keep an eye out for her. Perfectly written, just the right amount of sex and drama, I could really relate to the whole thing. Alex Stern is a guy that has everything he could ever want. Great looks, a great job, hundreds of friends and always living life to the fullest. But underneath all that he is hiding a lot. He is always alone, never finding true love or someone who he could give his heart to. Casual hookups seem to be his destiny. Rafe Hazelton is a veterinarian and loves his job. Animals don’t mind his stutter or the way he looks. Or even that he is gay. Rafe has build a wall around himself so high he is sure no one will ever get in. No one will ever love him or need him, or so he thinks. Alex and Rafe meet through a mutual friend and quickly force a friendship. At some point the friendship turns physical, but both men are convinced it will never be more than that. They have fun together and…