Flesh Market – Blogtour
Blogtour , Bookteaser / November 10, 2015

Flesh Market is the sizzling new novel by Kate Lowell, part 1 in the new Bodies and Souls series. It will keep you on the edge of your seat for a long time…… Special Agent Leo Gale is up a creek. A year and a half of deep cover is about to go up in flames. He needs help – something, someone to salvage the operation and save the lives of untold numbers of trafficked teenagers. 

But he isn’t expecting the partner they send, or his own gut-punch of a response to the man. Julian worked hard for that FBI Honors Internship. It’s supposed to be a foot in the door. He’d never expected it to catapult him into the middle of a major undercover operation. Yet here he is, sleeping on a filthy mattress and using every trick in the book to avoid torture–and worse. He’s never felt so scared, or so alive, in his entire life, and he’s not sure if it’s the danger, or Leo, that’s making his heart race. There’s no time to think about it, though. The operation is heating up, and Leo and Julian are running out of time and options. They must find a…

A Better Man – The Men of Halfway House #1
Bookreview / September 14, 2015

A Better Man by Jaime Reese is part 1 in the new Men of Halfway House series and is all about people who did some time in prison for different reasons and need to learn to get back on their feet and find their place in society again. But some men can’t do that alone, they need a little help. And that is where the Halfway House comes in. It is run by Matt and Julian, a couple happily in love and willing to do whatever it takes for the people in their house. But how did Matt and Julian meet? And what secrets did they have to overcome to get where they are now? Matthew Doner has to start his life over again. After spending 5 years in prison his life has completely changed. His aunt left him some money and he decides to do something good with it. He buys an old house and is determined to create a safe place for other men like him. But first he has to find someone to help him with the house….. Julian Capeletti just lost his job. He is months behind on his rent and really needs to find something…

All Man
Bookreview / August 7, 2015

All Man is the latest novel by one of my favorite authors, Jay Northcote. It is a spin off to Top Me Maybe, that was published earlier, but can be read as a separate story. And to say that Jay delivered again would be an understatement. I absolutely LOVED this story, as short as it sadly was. Official publication is on August 8, but Jay Northcote allowed me to read an ARC, for which I am very grateful. In the story we meet Julian, or Jules as he prefers to be called. He works in a small salon, lusting after men he will never have, living together with his best friend. But one day in walks Gareth to fit in some new sinks for the salon. Jules is immediately in love with the man who is exactly his type. Gareth is exactly the opposite of Jules. very burly and manly, exactly what Jules likes. Unfortunately Gareth is most likely straight, or so Jules thinks. Oh well, it can’t hurt to look and enjoy now can it. When the weekend finally arrives, Jules and his best friend decide to check out some new gay club in town, drinking and dancing the…

Ugly
Bookreview / March 25, 2015

Ugly is a novel by Mark Roeder in his long running Gay Boys series. When I first started reading M-M romance I was really quite taken by Roeder novels and I really loved them. But the more I read of them, the more they start to annoy me. They are so wrong and unbelievable on many levels. First of all, literally everyone is gay or at the very least bi. Every single guy is drop dead gorgeous, bulky and muscled. Everyone is good at sports and all the pretty boys also like each other and pare off together. Some boys are like 16 years old or so, but they already know for sure they are gay and have already met the love of their life and are determined to stay with them for the rest of their lives. I mean honestly, how big are the odds of finding a town with at least 75 % gay people in the ages of 16 to 25? But very well, back to this novel. In this story we meet Julian. He is the son of the local funeral home owner and he is convinced he is ugly and will never find a friend…