Jerkbait
Bookreview / July 30, 2016

Jerkbait by Mia Siegert is one of those books that seems to be all the rage for a few days and than just fade away in the background again. All of a sudden this book is inescapable, you seem to see it everywhere. So than I decide to read it because it must be really good when everyone is talking about it. And then it just isn’t…. I mean it is not bad, but I certainly don’t understand the hype about it. What makes this book so very special? This book would fall in the YA category I guess, since it seems to be dealing with high school kids. Tristan and Robbie are identical twins, but they don’t seem to be sharing all that much. Tristan is the shy one, Robbie is the outgoing and popular one. So when Robbie tries to kill himself and fails everyone is in shock. Why would he do such a thing when there seems to be no reason for it. Because someone needs to keep an eye on Robbie their parents force them to share a room together and that causes all kinds of problems. Neither boy has any privacy left and Tristan is…

Just One Night
Bookreview / July 29, 2016

Just One Night is a wonderful story by Sebastian Carter, a story full of love and romance and I loved it so. It shows me that nothing is more important in this world than having close friends who look out for you and only want the best for you. Theo Cooper desperately wants to find his place in life, but that seems to be much harder than he ever thought possible. His father is a homophobe and his ex was constantly sleeping around on him. Walking in on his ex in bed together with the latest conquest was all he needed to end it for good. So what to do now? He needs money to get a place of his own, but where does he find money? Luckily his best friend Brianna knows what to do…. Elliot James is a sweet man, but painfully shy and socially awkward. Of course this is seriously standing in the way of him ever meeting a nice man. His best friend and boss Brianna LaFontaine is so far the only one he had the courage to come out to. She really wants to help him find a man and tries pushing him out of…

The Story of Jax and Dylan
Bookreview / July 28, 2016

The Story of Jax and Dylan is the new novel by Jamie Dean and plays out on the age old theme of best friends who fall in love, don’t know what to do with it and run away from each other until by chance they meet again years later and everything turns out to be just great and they have their HEA. This one is no different, but I liked it anyway. Dylan and Jax have known each other forever and have been best friends for as long as they can remember. But growing up Dylan starts having different feelings for Jax, feelings he knows he should not be having for his best friend. And the night before senior prom Dylan kisses Jax and hopes for the best. But Jax turns him down and runs. Dylan moves out of town before they get a chance to talk about and so Dylan spends over 10 years thinking Jax hates him for that kiss. After all those years Dylan comes across Jax on Facebook and accidently sends him a friend request. To his surprise Jax accepts the request and they start talking again. At first about old friends and memories, but quickly…

Come What May – All Saints #1
Bookreview / July 13, 2016

Come What May by A.M. Arthur is the first part in the All Saints series and if the rest of the series is just as good as this one, I will love it for sure. I discovered this book by accident, but I am so glad I did. Once I started reading it I just could not stop ! Jonas Ashcroft is a carefree fratboy, carefree living his life. Until he meets Tate. Tate makes him feel things he has never felt before, but Tate is also a guy. And there is just no way in the world that Jonas is gay. He drowns himself in girls and bottles, but it becomes more and more evident he just cant hide who he really is. Tate on the other hand never made a problem about who he is and what he wants. And what he wants is Jonas. And once Tate makes up his mind there is nothing that will keep him from it. Tate takes Jonas on a journey into a world he has never known before. A world that makes it more and more clear he needs to accept who he is and what he is. But when his…

Healing Touch – Rags and Riches #4
Bookreview / July 8, 2016

Healing Touch is part 4 in the Rags and Riches series by E.M. Leya. After reading part 1, 2 and 3 I couldn’t wait to read this part and I was not disappointed. The basic story is the same every time, someone rich meets someone poor and they hit it off in a great way. E.M. Leya manages to make the story fresh every single time and I admire her for that. She is one of my top authors by now and I really do hope she is going to write so much more. Dereck is a man on the run, desperate to get as far as possible away from the people that know him best. But when he suffers an accident and is temporarily unable to walk he finds himself right back with those people. And they might not turn out to be so bad at all. So when his brother hires a personal assistant for him to help out in the time he his confined to his wheelchair, he thinks nothing of it. Rodney is fresh out of college and determined to make his first job a great one. A live in function with Dereck to help him…

Sometimes Love Lasts
Bookreview / July 6, 2016

Sometimes Love Lasts is the new novel by Jake Wells. It deals with matters of homophobia, secret crushes and maybe finding out that love really does last longer than you might think. I found the story to be sweet and very romantic. It kind of plays of on the jock-nerd theme and we all know how much I love that…. Rone Forrester is a high school student, doing all the things he is supposed to be doing. He is intelligent, good looking and athletic, but still happiness seems to elude him every time. His mother recently died of cancer, his father is a tyrant and Rone takes care of his little brother all the time. Because if he doesn’t that who does? And because life is never easy Rone starts developing romantic feelings for his best friend Carson Harrington. Rone really wants to be a doctor and he is determined to make that happen. So when a little accident forces him to come out, his homophobic father and general shame make Rone run away and leave everything behind. He wants to start a new life in Los Angeles, but quickly learns that life there isn’t easy at all. And he…