I have actually blogged about this book before right here┬ábut 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 make...

Second Chance by Jay Northcote is a new book by one of the greatest authors I know. Every single thing he publishes is an automatic buy for me. This book was no difference, but it was given to me as an eARC. It is not autobiographical, but because of the subject could be considered somewhat personal. Title: Second Chance Author: Jay Northcote Publisher: Jaybird Press (self published) Length: 67,000 words approx Genre: contemporary m/m romance, tr...

Heart Trouble is part 1 in the Hearts and Health series by D.J. Jamison. All stories are taking place in or around the same hospital, where all main characters work or visit regularly. I know the medical theme, especially doctors and nurses has been a lot, but I really like the way it is done in these books. Characters from other books in the series will show up every now and then, so the stories really connect. I will be posting about the other ...

Begin Again is the latest addition to the Rags and Riches series by E.M. Leya. The basic principle of the series is always the same. Two different people meet, one is always poor or otherwise in a bad state, and the other one is rich or at least better of. They meet and hit it off straight away, overcoming all the problems between them. I have read every other part in the series and I have always loved them. And this latest part is no difference,...

Henry Hathaway is a professor who spends his birthday the same every year. He gets his teeth cleaned and then has dinner with his brother. His has been like that for years and this year will be no difference. Or will it? In the middle of dinner with his brother he receives a text message confirming details of date with some one called Ash. Henry doesn’t know someone with that name, so the message must have been sent to the wrong person. But...

This book was send to me as an eARC by the wonderful Jay Northcote and he asked me to read it and review it. And of course I did, because I love Jay and will read anything he puts out. So here we go. Rowan is at the last place he wants to be, but he made a promise to a friend and so here he is. Stuck at some folk festival surrounded by people he doesn’t know and doesn’t want to know, because it is totally not his scene. He can manage ...

Teach Me
Bookreview / January 18, 2015

Austin Pritchard is a young boy kicked out on the streets the minute he tells his parents he is gay. Now he has to make a life on the streets, scraping money wherever he can. David Becker recently moved to town and is looking for some people to do work on his new house. Then his eye is caught by the young Austin who has been hired for the job and works his ass of to impress his boss. David wasn’t looking for someone to share his l...

LGBT Fiction Meetings in 2015
Conference/Meeting , Personal / January 17, 2015

Just 2 days ago I received an invitation to Euro Pride Con, a meeting for LGBT Fiction enthousiasts. It will be held in Munich (Germany) on July 11 & 12 2015 and is a unique chance to meet up with other LGBT Fiction enthousiasts and authors. You can find out more on the website for the Con right here. Prices start from 160 euros and if you register before the end of this month they will pay the Paypal fees for you. I am not sure I w...

Point of No Return – Turning Point 1
Bookreview / January 17, 2015

Point of No Return is the first book in the Turning Point series, a series about people forced to make important decisions that could be a turning point in their life. Matthew Elliot is a cop, one of the best detectives in LA. Somewhat famous and very well liked by all who know him. But Matthew has a deep dark secret, he is secretly gay and doesn’t want anyone to know about it. He manages to hide it very well, until he meets Kira ...

Cold Feet
Bookreview / January 17, 2015

Sam and Ryan are two friends. They want to spend Christmas in a small cottage in Wales, with two other friends. They are the first to arrive, only to learn that their friends can’t make it because of car trouble. And to make things even worse, an insane amount of snow starts to fall, completely blocking them in. So with nowhere to go and not that much to do, both boys are forced to confront their feelings. Sam is gay and has alway...

Vincent’s Thanksgiving Date
Bookreview / January 17, 2015

Vincent lives alone in his apartment and is very shy. In his own words “I’m not very good with people” All he wants is to spend Thanksgiving alone with the parade on tv, a pie and a bottle of wine. But that is not what his handsome neighbor Cory wants. Cory has had a secret crush on Vincent forever and this year he will make sure he gets what he wants. Knocking on Vincent’s door, pretending there is some holiday ...

And Manny Makes Seven
Bookreview / January 17, 2015

This book is the third part in the “Mannies Incorporated” series, and if it is up to me I hope it is the last one. I blogged about part 1 here and about part 2 here. In this third book the manny in question, Hutch, starts working for Adam and his five brothers and sisters. They lost their parents and recently Adam’s academic mentor. Adam has tried to keep his brothers and sisters together the best he can, but he is run...