Godsend
Bookreview / March 2, 2015

Scott Murphy is gay, or at least he assumes he is. But still he married his friend Shelly and had 11 wonderful years with her. But then, Shelly becomes ill and decides she needs to end her own life. Now for the first time in a long time, Scott needs to find out what he wants with his life and who he wants to spend his life with. Shelly’s father takes him to a group where Scott can talk to other people who lost some one. That is where Scott meets Chris and instantly feels attracted to him. But can Scott really open up to Chris if he still feels strongly about Shelly. Will his friends and family still accept him when he comes home with a guy instead of a girl. Scott more and more retreats from the world and sends all his friends away. He wants to be alone and is convinced he will never find love again. But Chris will have none of that and decides it is his job to get Scott out of the house and in to the world again. Both boys have a lot they need to work through, but if they can…

The Boyfriend Mandate (The Boyfriend Chronicles part 2)
Bookreview / November 24, 2014

This is part 2 in the Boyfriend Chronicles, and although I liked part 1 a little better, this one is not bad also. In the first part we met Tyler, who has never been able to stick with one man only. In part 2 not that much has changed. Tyler still remembers his first boyfriend Memphis Haines, now a well known Hollywood stuntman and also straight. Or at least, that’s what he tells the world. He has even been married to his female agent for a while. But luck brings Memphis and Tyler back together again and they soon discover the old passion hasn’t gone away yet. But both men have some secrets they are afraid to reveal to the other and to the world. Will they find the strength to come clean and fall in love the way they are supposed to? I really like the way River Jaymes writes these stories. She makes the characters very believable and everything that happens to them just goes straight to the heart. You feel every bit of pain and emotion the characters go through and that is what makes a book strong in my opinion. River Jaymes has a very nice…