Safe Place is part 2 in the Rainbow Place series by Jay Northcote, situated in the same universe as part 1, so characters from part 1 can be in this book as well, but won’t be playing the lead role. Alex is almost 18 and can’t wait to get out of the little town of Porthladock. Alex is gay, but firmly in the closet. His father is oppressive influence and a homophobe so Alex doesn’t really want to come out while he is still at hom...

Rainbow Place is a new series by Jay Northcote, all centred around an LGBT friendly cafe in a small English town. The perfect setting for all kinds of things, like we will learn pretty soon. Seb Radcliffe relocates to a small town in Cornwall, determined to make something of his new life. Because he is used to life in the big city, he misses queer spaces and LGBT friendly people, so he decides to open his own LGBT friendly cafe-bar. But when he f...

Rocked Hard was send to me as a review request by Morticia Knight, the author of the book. I liked the blurb and decided to read the story. I was not disappointed. The story is a simple one, but there is nothing wrong with that. I really liked the story and enjoyed reading it. The book has been released before in 2 parts, called Rockin’ the Alternative and Rockin’t It Forever. For this new book the story has been revised reedited. Aub...

Well, as we all know, to keep the life of a book blogger interesting you have to try out a new thing every now and then. And let me tell you, this time I did. I was contacted by Drew Lennox, the author of this book. He wanted to know if I would be willing to read and review his latest novel Edge. It is all about a starting BDSM relation and the MC’s are a man and a woman. Both are not my usual thing, but because of the personal request I de...

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 Youngbloo...

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 Augus...

Absolutely Positively Not…
Bookreview / February 26, 2015

A very very funny book, aimed at young adults. It is hard to find your place in the world and to find out what you really want in life. But in the end everything turns out for the best. Steven is 16 years old and has two major obsessions in life. Getting his drivers license and sex. But whenever he thinks about sex, it is not girls he thinks about… But Steven doesn’t want to be gay, he is absolutely positively not gay and he...

Joey’s Choice
Bookreview / February 26, 2015

I understand why this book is important, really I do. Suicide is always  a very sad thing and especially when someone decides to do it because they don’t feel accepted for what and who they are. But I am sorry to say, this book is just really really bad. This is the first Piper Kay book I have ever read, but if they are all this bad… In this book we meet 17 year old Joey. He doesn’t feel accepted and he thinks the wor...

On Solid Ground
Bookreview / February 22, 2015

On Solid Ground is the first novel by Melissa Collins that I read, but I might read more in the future. The story was nice, but in my opinion to many things were left unanswered and needed more exploration. Jacob Daxton (or Dax for his friends) is a soldier returning home from the war. He has been through a lot naturally and needs to find his place back in the world again. His mother treats him like a little boy and his brother is the p...

Somebody Nice!
Bookreview / February 21, 2015

Danny is 35 years old and lives with his 7 year old daughter. What he really wants is a man in his life, but he hasn’t even told his daughter he is gay. And now his daughter is trying to find him a girlfriend by placing an on line ad on the internet. Secretly Danny has been dating the hot librarian at his daughters school, but nobody knows about it. Should he tell his daughter about it or not? This story is one that came out of a ...

We Found Love
Bookreview / February 17, 2015

We Found Love is a book written by 2 authors, namely Kade Boehme and Allison Cassatta. I am not sure who wrote what, but the book works very well for me. Riley Connors is a young boy who was kidnapped as a child and lived with what he thought were his parents. When the police rescued him and his real parents abandoned him, Riley lost it and was institutionalized. Hunter Morgan lost the love of his life, turned to drugs and alcohol and t...

Twelfth of Never (Christmas story)
Bookreview / February 14, 2015

This little book is only 24 pages long and is meant as a sort of small bonus for the Blind Faith series. The twelfth of never refers to something one of the MC’s said sometime. Or it can relate to the twelve days of Christmas of course, you choose. You can download it for free at many places, but I am not so sure it adds anything to the story. We are now talking 5 years later and Mark and Will are still together, happily married a...