A Way With You
Blogtour , Bookteaser / January 18, 2018

Title:  A Way with You Series: A Way With, Book 2 Author: Lane Hayes Publisher: Amazon Release Date: January 18, 2018 Heat Level: 4 – Lots of Sex Pairing: Male/Male Length: 30K Genre: Romance, Bisexual, Humor, Office Romance, New York City Add to Goodreads Synopsis Reeve Nelson is determined to make it in Manhattan. He’s hardworking, dedicated and willing to put in the extra hours required to be successful at his new job at a prestigious real estate firm in the city. There’s no way he’s going back to small-town living and an ex-girlfriend who won’t let go. But his boss isn’t making it easy.  Leo Rodriguez enjoys his reputation as a ruthless businessman. He’s a lone wolf who’s scraped his way from the gutter to rebuild his life and launch a distinguished career on his terms. When an opportunity to expand in the market comes up, Leo wants the eager new agent with a sense of wonder on the project. But nothing goes quite as planned. Reeve expected to be intimidated and overwhelmed by Leo, however, the explosive mutual attraction and fierce desire between them is a big surprise. Neither man is looking for love and yet, something special…

Blueberry Boys
Bookreview / February 14, 2016

Blueberry Boys is a novel by Vanessa North. I participated in the blogtour for this book, but didn’t get around to reading it until now. And I am glad I did, because it is a wonderfully sweet novel and I think it will make everyone happy when they read it. Connor Graham is a city boy all the way, living and working in New York City. He is a celebrated fashion photographer, enjoying the good life. But one day his uncles dies and he is forced to return to the family farm, where they are growing blueberries. All he wants to do is sell the place asap and get on with his life. That is, until he meets the man that has been farming the place for the last several years. Jed Jones is very shy and has great difficulty in connecting with other people. All he wants is some land for himself and a man to share it with. But he is confined within his church and family and wants to be accepted for what and who he is. And now his precious farm is in the hands of Connor Graham, so maybe he will loose whatever he has…

In $ We Trust – Laura Cahill #2
Bookreview / September 12, 2015

In $ We Trust by Jessica Strong was sent to me by the author requesting a review. It is part 2 in the series about Laura Cahill, a young assistant DA in New York, who some how always manages to get the cases with a little twist. And this one is no different. One day, Gloria Moore walks into a bank and starts shooting people. 4 people die and one is critically injured before she is arrested. When she is questioned, she wants to fully admit to whatever she did. All she wants is one thing. There has to be a full investigation in to the financial meltdown that happened a few years before and caused Gloria’s husband to kill himself. DA Barney Neal realizes that he has to do what she asks in order for the case to be settled. So he and Laura start the investigation and soon run into strange things and people who want to stop them from getting to far. I was quite fascinated by the subject of this book. We all know about the financial crash but what really happened? Was it just random or was it caused deliberately by some people who stood…

Rainbow Book Fair
Conference/Meeting / April 15, 2015

For the quick decider, this coming Saturday is the start of the 7th Annual Rainbow Book Fair in New York City. From their website, that you can find here: Once a year approximately 1500 people get together in New York City to mingle, get to know each other, enrich, broaden, and even extend their lives through the amazing medium of LGBT books. Books convey and change a culture. Most people who identify as part of the LGBT family have a book that they say has changed their lives. Sometimes they read it before they came out. Other times this book made them realize they were not alone, or were valuable when the world told them they were to be scorned. The New York Rainbow Book Fair is America’s oldest LGBT book fair and the largest LGBT book event in the country. It has grown every year since its beginning in 2009. It brings together thoughtful, interesting people of all ages, from early teens to those in their 70s and 80s; from a spectrum of countries, ethnicities, gender identities, and viewpoints. It attracts readers and writers of course, but also publishers, editors, agents, and media attention—people who have never experienced queer…