Full Domain – Nice Guys #3
Bookreview / March 1, 2016

Full Domain is the latest addition to the Nice Guys series, which started of course with part 1 and 2¬†an now finished with this part. The story started of with telling the stories of several guys finding love together while they balanced life with busy jobs and demanding people around them. I participated in the blog tour for this book earlier on. US Marshal Kreed Sinacola is a former SEAL and is now employed by a special group that provides security and protection to special people. For his latest assignment he is partnered with a hot computer geek, while he is fighting to close a job for an old friend. Aaron Stuart is highly skilled with computers and his talents are very much in demand. But when he is pulled in a dangerous FBI mission and is partnered with the hottest guy he has ever seen, his boundaries are crumbling fast. Working on a mission together, being around each other all the time and forced to look after each other, the tension between them is building and both men try to fight it fearing it might interfear with the mission. Kreed and Sinacola must find a way to work together…

Working It Out
Bookreview / January 23, 2016

Working It Out is a novel by Sara York, an author who generally writes about strong men with lots of muscles, but a heart as big as the world and a really soft inside. This book is no difference and I liked it very much. Jake Grant is the owner of a large gym in town and until recently he managed the place together with his long time partner. But after his partner died in an accident, he just wants to give up. Sell the place and move to another town, start his life over again. He is convinced there will never be another man for him who could give him the kind of love he had in the past. That is, until he meets Lance. Lance Abbott is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine and is totally in the closet. He just knows that if he would ever come out, his clients would run away and he would have to stop doing the work he loves the most. Nobody would want a gay man touching their body after all. And then he meets Jake, a man who is completely out and not afraid of showing what he…

The Book of Matt: hidden truths about the murder of Matthew Shepard
Bookreview / November 11, 2014

Ofcourse we all know about the murder of Matthew Shepard that happened in 1998. Shepard was beaten to death, tied to a fence in Laramie and left to die. Two men were convicted and are now spending their lives in jail for this crime. The media always claimed this was a hate crime. Shepard was killed because he was gay and tried to make a pass at the wrong people. But what if there was more to the story than that? In this book Jimenez claims that the crime wasn’t about homosexuality at all. It was simply a crime of drugs and money. He claims that Shepard was a big time drug dealer and messed with the wrong crowd and therefore was killed. Jimenez tries to make his point by interviewing a lot of people, including the 2 men who are convicted for the crime. When the book came out it was heavily criticized and I can imagine why. The writing is badly at best, proof is limited and an interview is never complete, but only quotes are taken out, which just happen to underline the point. According to the list in the back of the book, well over a…