Five Dares
Blogtour , Bookteaser / October 2, 2017

About Five Dares  Andy Tyler has been the class daredevil since middle school. Over the years, he’s convinced his best friend, Jake Masterson, to perform some dangerous-looking stunts with him. But the dare they attempt on the night of their college graduation goes sideways. The firecrackers explode too soon and both of them end up with badly burned palms. But hey, nothing gets the “terrible two-o” down for long, and they recuperate in style at Andy’s family cottage in Cape Cod. As the weeks go by, both Andy and Jake grow frustrated over the inability to use their hands for all sorts of daily activities—including getting off. So Andy begins a new series of dares that don’t just cross the friendship line, they obliterate it. But what might be mere sexual relief to Andy is serious business to Jake, who only recently got over years of secret pining for his straight best friend. Inevitably, the burns heal, summer ends, and hearts are broken. To fix things, Andy will have to face the greatest dare of all. Now available from Riptide Publishing! http://www.riptidepublishing.com/titles/five-dares About Eli Easton  Having been, at various times and under different names, a minister’s daughter, a computer programmer,…

A Second Harvest – Men of Lancaster County #1
Bookreview / May 1, 2017

A Second Harvest is part 1 in the new Men of Lancaster County series by Eli Easton and is all about a few of my favourite subjects. It has been a while ago since I read this book, but I still remember the pleasure I had when reading it. David Fisher has been living by the rules all his life, but never his own rules. Born in to a Mennonite family he has always obeyed his father and took over the family farm when his father died. He married and had two children, all as was expected of him. But it never was what he really wanted from life, and he has been denying himself all his life. Now both his kids are in college and his wife died. He is running the farm all alone, but all joy has gone from his life. That is, until he meets Christie Landon, who lives in a small house not far from him. Christie is a graphic designer and has been living in Manhattan all his life. But now he is looking for some peace and quiet and moved into a small house he inherited from his aunt when she died. Not…

The Mating of Michael – Sex in Seattle #3
Bookreview / April 9, 2016

The Mating of Michael is the third book in the Sex in Seattle series, but can be read as a separate story. I never heard about these stories until this one, but I really liked this one and might even read the rest of them. However, if you have trouble reading about handicapped people or people with other problems, you might consider skipping this one. Michael Lamont is a nurse normally, but every now and then he also works as a gay sex surrogate, which means that he helps people who are having problems meeting other people or find themselves not able to perform because of a handicap or other problems. Through talking, but also sex at times he helps them function better and perform in their daily lives. However, because of this job he has lost friendships but also relationships. Not everybody understands this job and some people even think that Michael is just a glorified prostitute. So he is sure there will never be someone special for him, because no one would understand him or what he does. Michael loves to read and is especially a big fan of SF novels by the mysterious J.C. Guise. So when…

Unwrapping Hank
Bookreview / December 23, 2014

This book should be placed in this time of year, with Christmas just around the corner. As you can see from the picture on the front, a little holiday cheer is in order here. The story is about Sloane, who finds himself at University with little or no friends. He decides to join a fraternity in order to get to know some people. One of the people he lives with is Hank Springfield, a tough guy to look at with lots of muscles, tattoos and a beard. He is also the brother of the frat captain Micah. Sloanes parents decide to cancel their plans for Christmas, leaving Sloane stranded. Micah invites him to come along to his parents for the holiday, which means Hank will also be there. Sloane feels very attracted to Hank, but is there any way a guy like Hank will feel the same about him? And even if he is gay, would he fall for a guy like Sloane? During the holiday, Sloane decides to unwrap the mystery that is called Hank. At first I didn’t like the story very much, but it kind of grows on you. Nothing really exciting happens and the story is…