Stay With Me
Author Interview , Blogtour , Bookteaser / March 8, 2016

Stay With Me is re release of the story, but it still remains every bit as sweet as it was before. Adele Lamb has kindly allowed me to write a post about the book and add her own words to it as well. I love this story very very much, so I urge you all to consider buying it as well. There is no chance of disappointment here. So I welcome Lily Adile to the blog and allow her to say her thing below I am a Turkish mother and a wife who works as a nurse during the day and writes LGBTQ stories late at night, once the family have gone to bed. I studied in the UK and worked there for a few years before I moved to Australia where I finally settled down. I support Marriage Equality and stand by same sex parents because I believe all a child needs is a loving and protective home. For me, an individual’s gender identity and expression are influenced by many factors including but not limited to, culture, religion, social restrictions, customs and beliefs…this makes one’s gender very diverse and fluid so my main focus in my stories are people who…

Guest Blog – Justin Edison
Author Interview , Bookteaser / November 30, 2015

As I promised when I wrote the review for his book The Churning, Justin Edison has agreed to write a guest blog for me. In it, he tells a little more about the book and where the idea for the story came from. Take it away, Justin. “The Churning” is the story of what happens when a professional athlete—a soccer star—is kidnapped and forced to endure trials of retribution. Ensnared by a sexy temptress, drugged and dragged off, Arman Hessabi wakes to find himself blindfolded and chained to a chair, somewhere in Europe. Then, as we meet his four captors, his troubles really begin. The idea for the sports-kidnapping story came from a brainstorm. In my first book, “Watching the World Fall,” the hero was an antihero—the one doing the kidnapping, albeit for understandable (however criminal) reasons. With “The Churning” I thought it would be fun to turn the tables on a real egomaniac. Hessabi is a talented prince among men who has the wealth, fame and women a Premier League career offers. But he’s also lost sight of what it means to be human and to be valued for something other than his playing abilities. Here, he’s stripped down…

Guest Blog: Repaired
Bookreview , Guest Review / June 28, 2015

The wonderful Dana is back again and has reviewed another book for us. As we all know from the first review she did, Dana has a talent for reviewing. This time she reviewed the book Repaired by Melissa Collins. I have not read it personally but after this review I have put it on my list. Enjoy everyone, here is what Dana thought of the book. Ever since more or less devouring „On Solid Ground“ earlier this year, I’ve been looking forward to another novel from this author and so I was very keen on reading “Repaired” as soon as it came out. I’ve always had a soft for tortured heroes with a difficult past, trust issues, the whole shebang who then meet the man (or woman in case of the historical romances I’ve read for years) who changes all that. Kitschy, I know, but sometimes I’m in the mood for a dose of Kitsch:-) In “Repaired” you get two tortured heroes for the price of one: Liam Davis and Parker Ryan who both come with different kinds of baggage. When we first meet Liam, in a flashback 10 years before the main story starts, he’s a 17 year old…

Guest Blog: Rock Solid
Bookreview , Guest Review / May 2, 2015

I am very glad to introduce to you all the wonderful Dana who has written her first review for a romance novel and graciously allowed me to publish it right here on my blog. You can find her personal Goodreads page right here. Her first review is for the novel Rock Solid by Riley Hart. I have not read the book myself yet, but I will soon. Here is what Dana thinks of the book. Rock Solid is the first in a new series by Riley Hart and it’s the first of her books I’ve read. I’ve had my eye on some of her other novels for quite some time and saw this series as a chance to get familiar with her work….and the yummy cover didn’t hurt either:-) Trevor Dixon, a 25 year old, openly gay, recovering addict and co-owner of Rock Solid construction, and Dr. Simon Malone, a 37 year old brilliant cardiothorathic surgeon, unable to operate any longer after a brutal home invasion left his hand shattered, could’t be more different. When Trevor meets Simon for the first time to discuss the doctor’s plan to remodel his home, they get off on the wrong foot and it…