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6.5/10
Finding Love: The Perfect Size for You
Bookreview / May 30, 2016

Finding Love: The Perfect Size for You is a short story by Lily G. Blunt and the title really says it all. One of the main characters is a guy with a really big…. well you know what I mean. I don’t know why the size of a penis would matter to anyone, but to some people it is an actual fetish. The bigger the better apparently. Ty is rather well endowed porn star who also moonlights as a male escort every now and then. But lately he hasn’t received that many requests like he used to. Is he getting to old or are people just looking for different things. So one night he decides to update his profile and makes a special note about his size. Maybe that will attract more clients? Andy is sexually quite inexperienced and he is afraid that if he ever does find a guy to have sex with they will be scared of by him not knowing what to do and how to do it. So he is looking for someone who might teach him a few things. He goes online and finds the add Ty just posted. Could this be the guy he…

Boy Banned
Blogtour , Bookreview , Bookteaser / May 29, 2016

Boy Banned is the latest novel by RJ Scott, one of my absolute favorite authors. She asked me to be a part of the blog tour for this book and I gladly accepted. I received an eARC and I read the whole thing in two days. All I can say is “WOW” what a great story. You will not be disappointed when you decide to buy this story. When the only way to win is to hide who you are, how far are you prepared to go? Reuben “Angel” Jacobs is one step away from giving it all up. Losing a place in the live finals of Sing UK almost kills him. He has no choice but to go home and work for the family business, even though it means giving up his dreams and proving his old bullies right. Corey Dixon is a rocker at heart. Being on the spectrum means that making sense of other people’s ‘normal’ is hard in itself, let alone in the chaos of a high-powered competition. Singing is his safe space, the only way he can think through the noise in his head. Messing up his audition for the live shows means his journey…

The Only Option
Blogtour , Bookteaser / May 28, 2016

The Only Option is the latest novel by Megan Derr, and deals with the adventures of dragon and a necromancer. Together they must build a future and face all the trouble ahead of them. Megan has requested some space on my blog to promote the novel and I was happy to oblige. Q&A With Megan Derr, author of The Only Option In The Only Option we have a dragon and a necromancer getting together. What inspired you to write their story? I had the idea for Rochus for a while, sitting at the back of my mind waiting for the other pieces to fall into place. I’ve seen other necromancer stories popping up and wanted to do another one myself, but I lacked the rest of it. Dubious came along and I realized I could use him there. And I needed his love interest to be as independent and stubborn as him, but his opposite in many other ways, so younger and flashier and impetuous, which I decided sounded like a dragon somehow. What is it about mythological shifters like dragon that you think appeals to romance readers? Dragons are the best! They’re powerful, sometime old and wise, sometimes young…

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6.5/10
Not Just Passing Through
Bookreview / May 27, 2016

Not Just Passing Through is a novel by Jamie Dean. As far as I know I never read anything by this author, but I liked this story. Its not special in any way, but provides for entertainment for a few hours. Avery Malcolm is a closeted virgin, living with his aunt in New Mexico. They run a small motel together, but Avery has bigger dreams. He wants to leave this town, find love and be happy. But how will he ever make that happen? Outside of his job at the motel, he doesn’t really do anything. So where should he meet other people, let alone the guy of his dreams? One night Chase Lancaster rides up to the motel with his sexy black motorcycle. Immediately he catches Avery’s eye, although he seems to be looking only at the women in town. Will Avery have a chance with Chase? Chase doesn’t seem to mind Avery looking at him, in fact he likes the attention and stimulates Avery in it. It seems there is so much more to Chase than meets the eye and Avery quickly falls for the guy head over heels. But what will happen when Chase will leave town…

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7/10
The Odd Couple
Bookreview / May 26, 2016

The Odd Couple by B.L. Morticia is one of those sweet, short stories that land on my desk for no specific reason, but leave a sweet feeling behind that is just feeling right. There is not much wrong with the story, it is just perfect in it’s simplicity. Chase Whittaker has no money, but he is determined to never sell the store his grandfather left him. No matter what he has to do to get the rent every month, he will do it. But now the landlord is breathing down his neck to sell the place, since there has been an offer on the place. And a store selling second hand stuff should be easy to place somewhere else, right? Micah Strickland is the son of a famous football player and a ghostwriter for several authors. He has never wanted for money in his life, but he never seems to be able to find a man who wants him for who he is, not for what he has got. And he is also very insecure about being black and gay, so that doesn’t make things easier for him. Where will he find the man to build a relationship with? By…

Loud and Clear
Blogtour , Bookteaser / May 25, 2016

About Loud and Clear Jaxon is getting by fine, severe dyslexia or not. Being a cab driver means he doesn’t need to read much, and the job has its perks. The pay isn’t bad, the people can be interesting, and having memorized the city streets keeps him from feeling too stupid. When he picks up Caleb, a quiet fare in a nice suit, Jaxon doesn’t think anything of it. Then he ends up driving Caleb home the next week too, and the next, and the next. Eventually Caleb tries to communicate—by writing things down. Turns out that Caleb has such a bad stutter he spends most of his time mute. If only Jaxon had an easier time reading what Caleb had to say. But he’s interested in trying, and Caleb seems interested back. They discover that, with a little bit of effort, it isn’t so hard to make themselves understood. Especially when what’s growing between them is definitely worth talking about. About Aidan Wayne Aidan Wayne is a big believer in character-driven stories with happy endings. This is not to say that stories can’t contain a little (or a lot) of grief, just that at the end of it all…