90’s Playlist
Bookreview / October 13, 2015

I received 90’s Playlist as an ARC and I read it with pleasure. It is an anthology consisting of six stories. The idea is that they are about being young in the 90’s and all stories are based on a specific song of that period. In an earlier blog some of the writers explained how the story relates to the song they chose. All authors were unknown to me, except one. Amy Jo Cousins also wrote one of the stories in this book. Some stories were excellent, some a little less. But all were a great read, and they weren’t even LBGT in nature sometimes. My Strongest Weakness by Brighton Walsh is a story about a love that is so wrong and yet so good. Goth girl Tia Lanning is banging the big man on campus Mason Brooks and no one can ever find out. But what happens when there love grows to strong to hide? Worthwhile by Audra North is about Jill who moved to England to be with her boyfriend only to be dumped by him on the second day. Now what should she do? Cry and go home or see if there is another cute boy out…

Drawing The Line – Harder With Three #1
Bookreview / May 14, 2015

Drawing The Line by Sara York is book 1 in the Harder With Three series and is meant to be a sort of set the tone book. But honestly, after I read it, I seriously wondered why. The story was too short, too dumb and so unbelievable. What does it add to the series? Matt and Tom have been together for a while, but they love to play with others every now and then. For some reason they bring a woman in to the bedroom who stays around for a while. Then the woman, Mandy, gets all kinds of ideas and wants to break them up so she can have Tom for herself. She even goes so far as to say she is pregnant by Tom. Ultimately the love between Matt and Tom is too strong and they manage to resolve the whole Mandy situation. When it is all over, they decide to move away together to start a new life. And so we move on to the rest of the series…. The whole time I read this story I couldn’t help but get annoyed and wanting to stop at least several times. Mandy’s story was so stupid, no one…