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...

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. Deter...

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 N...

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 t...

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...

Bottled Up Secret
Bookreview / January 21, 2015

This book falls in the Young Adult category, so as expected there is no sex. A little kissing and touching and the rest is described as “and then something wonderful happened” Bottled Up Secret is written for the younger readers after all. Brendan Madden is about to finish high school, has a great group of friends and recently discovered he is gay. He hasn’t told his friends yet, because he is afraid of what they will ...

Nothing Ventured
Bookreview / January 21, 2015

Another book by the wonderful Jay Northcote. But once again I find myself wondering where she comes up with these stories and why they are so simple, yet seem to work somehow. Nothing Ventured is the perfect addition to this series. Aides goes out with some work friends and while drunk promises to run out the Mad Mucker, a twelve mile run over a very muddy course. Sober again, he tries to get out of it, but his friends won’t let h...

Righting a Wrong
Bookreview / January 21, 2015

Righting a Wrong is a book I normally would’t read, but a friend asked me to do so and write about what I thought of it. So here goes. Several years ago Cambri Blaine left the small town she lived in, expecting to never come back again. There are too many memories and emotions in the little town for her. But then her father needs her help and she has no choice but to return to the small town she once lived in. And of course that m...

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 ...