Revving It Up Series
Blogtour , Bookreview , Bookteaser / August 18, 2018

Here on this blog we also review complete series, and in this case I have read the Revving It Up series, because of the release of the latest addition to the series “Crossroads” The whole series is about a racing team struggling to get by and finding ways to make money. Now I have no idea what car racing is all about, but apparently it is filled with very homophobic people. NASCAR is not ready for a gay racer, but when Caleb Youngblood and Sebastian Rush falls in love, there is no way they will hide it from the outside world. The stories are short, very short and read very easy. All in all the story is fun, but because it is so short, I feel like a lot of information is either left out or rushed in too fast. We jump from situation to situation, person to person and it all becomes quite confusing after some time. Each story can be read separately but to understand the story and see the full character development it is better to read them all in order. I personally enjoyed the story, but I really had to sit down and read it, because…

Hot Nurse
Bookreview / August 13, 2018

Hot Nurse is the new novel by Brad Tanner, and is a part of the Under the Uniform series. I have met Brad personally at Europride Con 2018 and I can personally say he is one of the nicest and sweetest persons I have ever met. He send me this book personally asking me to read and review it, and of course I am happy to do so. Thank you Brad, I really appreciate it. So remember, I received this book as an ARC, it won’t be available until August 23, 2018. And i really advice everyone to read the rest of the Under the Uniform series as they are also great !! Lee has been single for about 10 years now. He has been living in Oxford, trying to get his DJ career started. There is moderate succes, but his career isn’t really taking of like he wants it to. His love life is also nothing to write home about. Apart from a few one night stands nothing ever happens. Until one night he walks home after a DJ gig, decides to go for a late night snack and meets Salvo. Salvo has moved from Italy to Oxford to…

Country Boys
Bookreview / August 12, 2018

Country Boys is a book by Peter Styles, written with a distinct cowboy theme. I have read cowboy books in the past, and I didn’t always like them. This one was recommended to me by a friend, so I decided to give it a try. Country Boys is a sweet love story with not much action, but a lot of love. Kyle and Allen used to be in school together. Once very good friends, but Kyle could not get out of town fast enough once he had the chance. Determined to make it out in the world, he drove out of town and never looked back again. But life isn’t always fair and after a few years Kyle is flat broke and in need of a job fast. So when he returns to town and gives his old friend Allen a call, Allen offers him a job as a ranch hand. Kyle accepts and moves in with Allen and his father. Allen used to have a major crush on Kyle back in school, but when Kyle left town, Allen decided it was not meant to be and forgot all about it. But when Kyle returns and even moves in the…

Nothing Serious (re-release)
Bookreview / August 11, 2018

Lately the lovely Jay Northcote has started re realising some of his earlier work with an updated cover. This book is one of them, I already blogged about it back in 2015. You can read that blog right here. Back then I said I wasn’t a big fan of Northcote, but that has certainly changed a lot. I read this story again and with great pleasure also. It is still a recommended story that everyone should read. Title: Nothing Serious Author: Jay Northcote Publisher: Jaybird Press (self published) Length: 40,000 words approx Genre: contemporary m/m romance Cover Artist: Garrett Leigh Release Date: Originally published by Dreamspinner Press in 2013. This edition: July 18th 2018 Series information: This book is a standalone. The other ‘Nothing’ titles are unrelated. Blurb What happens when “nothing serious” turns into something more complicated? Mark O’Brien is finally being honest with himself. His relationship with Rachel is over and he’s moving out of the home they’ve shared for six years. They get along, but he can’t fix a relationship when the person he’s with is the wrong gender. Jamie Robertson, one of the removal men, is huge and ridiculously gorgeous, and Mark is smitten at first…

Bedside Manner – Hearts and Health #2
Bookreview / July 22, 2018

Bedside Manner is part 2 in the Hearts and Health series by D.J. Jamison. My blog about part 1 can be found here. As with part 1, part 2 is also centred around a hospital and has medical characters in it. Zane Kavanaugh (best friend to Ben, who we met in part 1) is attacked in the street one day and ends up in hospital for a few days. Since he came out as gay his family doesn’t want anything to do with him anymore, so he is quite alone in the hospital. But when Dr. Paul Johnston enters the room, Zane has a completely new thing to think about. Paul has the most wonderful dark eyes and they leave Zane al flushed. Paul doesn’t want to fall for a patient, especially since he is already in trouble after receiving a complaint against him for behaving out of line. Recently divorced, just out as a gay  man, he is still very fragile and careful. He knows he would never do anything wrong, but he just can’t get a certain patient out of his head. So when Paul and Zane meet outside the hospital, what could possibly go wrong? Paul has…

The Little Things
Bookreview / July 21, 2018

I have actually blogged about this book before right here but it has now been republished with a different cover. The story is still the same, it’s only the cover that has changed. The story was already heartbreaking in 2015, but in 2018 it is just as heartbreaking. I just could not finish this story without a few tears in my eyes, and that means it is a very good story. Joel is gay, but a one night drunken affair with his best friend makes him a father and he loves his little girl Evie very much. Shared custody with Claire makes sure he sees Evie a lot and they are enjoying life. Joel even has a boyfriend Dan, so could life be any better? Then one night misfortune strikes and leaves Evie without a mother and now permanently in the care of Joel, who has to learn to live without his best friend. His relationship with Dan is strained, but he needs to put his daughter first, even before Dan. In the end their relationship cracks and they both decide it is best to separate. So now Joel is alone with his daughter and has to adjust to a new…