Seb, Matt and Connor have always been best friends. No matter what happened they stood by each other and helped each other through life, through heart break and all other things. But now something has changed… Seb has been dumped by his latest boyfriend, while really thinking he found the one. But it wasn’t meant to be and now Seb is crashing at Matt’s place. They decide to go on a camping trip together, all three of them. But w...

Better Place is part 3 in the Rainbow Place series by Jay Northcote, and once again he asked me to read and review this before it was published. So thank you very much Jay, for sending me the ARC. Joe has recently been fired from work and is now trying his luck as a writer. The story is all in his head, he just has to get it out on paper. But his partner Harry is less than supportive and is constantly bugging him. And because Harry also has a dri...

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...

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...

If I Told You So
Bookreview / January 17, 2015

If I Told You So falls in the Young Adult category, since it is about young people (16 or so). There is a small gay theme, but that is not the major point of the story. Sean Jackson is turning 16 this summer and because he doesn’t want to spend the summer with his dad in another state he finds himself a summer job. Ofcourse all the cool places are already taken, so he ends up selling ice cream in a bright pink shirt, making new fr...

Angel in a Book Shop
Bookreview / January 8, 2015

Angel in a Book Shop is another story that can be placed under Christmas stories. Short, sweet and very romantic, it provides for a quick but fun read. Joshua Blakeman recently lost his father. All he left to him and his mother is a small bookshop called Chapter One. Placed in London in a quiet square near St Pauls Cathedral it is completely boarded up and hasn’t been opened in over a year. Joshua goes in to clear the place out an...

David’s selfie
Bookreview / January 8, 2015

David is a single father who vows to get laid before the year ends. To do that, he gets on the internet and uses dating sites. He uses his cellphone to take some pictures of himself, some very revealing pictures. Then one day he goes to a club and loses the phone with the picture still on it. Dancer Craig finds the phone, but never thought it could belong to a doctor, and a very cute doctor also. He finds himself thinking about David mo...

Event – The Event Group 1
Bookreview / January 8, 2015

Event is part 1 of the Event Group novel series by David Lynn Golemon. I never heard of this series until recently, but after reading the first novel I am hooked. A few hundred pages each, but I go through it like crazy. The Event Group is a part of the US Government, so secret that only a few people are aware of its existence. The groups mission is to uncover hidden thruths behind the myths and legends of history. In part 1 they take o...