Apocalypse Alley
Blogtour , Bookteaser / March 2, 2018

Hello, all! I’m Don Allmon and this week I’ll be touring the web to promote my new book, APOCALYPSE ALLEY, the second in the Blue Unicorn series. If you’re looking for fast-paced cyberpunk/fantasy romance – Terminator 2 meets Fury Road with two sexy guys and a dragon – this is your jam. Join in the fun by leaving a comment which enters you to win a Riptide gift card! About Apocalypse Alley Home from a six-month assignment to war-torn East Asia, genetically engineered supersoldier Noah “Comet” Wu just wants to kick back, share a beer, and talk shit with his best friend, JT. But JT’s home has been shot up like a war zone, and his friend has gone missing. Comet’s only lead is a smart-mouthed criminal he finds amid the mess. His name’s Buzz Howdy. He’s a con man and a hacker and deserves to be in jail. Or in handcuffs, at least. The only thing the two have in common is JT. Unless you count the steamy glances they’re sneaking at one another. They have those in common too. But that just makes Comet all the more wary. Despite their mutual distrust, they’ll have to work together to…

Love Me Like a Rock – Bend or Break #6
Bookreview / March 22, 2016

Now as we all know I am a long time fan of the Bend or Break series, ever since part 1. And the more we get, the better they get. Love Me Like a Rock is part 6 in the series and tells the story of Austin (and a little Vinnie) who we already met in Level Hands). Amy Jo Cousins just keeps on writing one perfect story after another and it makes me fall more and more in love with these books and characters. So when I had the chance of reading parts 6 and 7 as an ARC I jumped at the chance and promised to write a review about them. So here they are….. Austin is an artist and always has been. Whatever his eyes see, his hands create. But there is one thing that keeps bothering him. He has a thing for his best friend Vinnie, who he occasionally hooks up with. He is hoping it will turn out into more, but Vinnie doesn’t seem to be interested in anything more. Austin gets more and more frustrated, but what can he do? At an evening drawing class he meets Sean, the naked male model in front…

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 life with, but the more he sees from Austin the more he likes him and finds that he really wants him in his life. Austin is afraid to admit his feelings for David, thinking there is no such thing as love without strings attached. Could it be that this man is really falling for him and wants him for who he is, not what he can do? David sets himself to the task of making Austin see that he is worthy of love and deserves a little kindness in his life. But whenever Austin feels unwelcome or unloved he runs away, trying to kill the pain before it starts. I really loved this…