Loud and Clear
Blogtour , Bookteaser / May 25, 2016

About Loud and Clear Jaxon is getting by fine, severe dyslexia or not. Being a cab driver means he doesn’t need to read much, and the job has its perks. The pay isn’t bad, the people can be interesting, and having memorized the city streets keeps him from feeling too stupid. When he picks up Caleb, a quiet fare in a nice suit, Jaxon doesn’t think anything of it. Then he ends up driving Caleb home the next week too, and the next, and the next. Eventually Caleb tries to communicate—by writing things down. Turns out that Caleb has such a bad stutter he spends most of his time mute. If only Jaxon had an easier time reading what Caleb had to say. But he’s interested in trying, and Caleb seems interested back. They discover that, with a little bit of effort, it isn’t so hard to make themselves understood. Especially when what’s growing between them is definitely worth talking about. About Aidan Wayne Aidan Wayne is a big believer in character-driven stories with happy endings. This is not to say that stories can’t contain a little (or a lot) of grief, just that at the end of it all…

Everything Changes – Resilient Love #1
Bookreview / April 23, 2016

Everything Changes is the first novel in the Resilient Love series by Melanie Hansen. A friend of mine told me about these books and how much she loved them and that I absolutely had to read them. So of course I started with this first one and I must say she was right. Strong, powerful and romantic novels, exactly the way I like it. Both MC’s in this novel have a past with a lot of problems and difficulties, but must fight to over come this and find love together. I love it !! Carey Everett is a former marine, but after an incident that caused him to lose a leg, he is now a counselor for veterans and their families. Because of what happened to him he was forced to dig deep into his feelings and emotions and find a strength he never thought he had. But now he has managed to find a purpose in his life and he is relatively happy. Jase DeSantis has been in love with Carey for as long as he can remember, but he knows Carey is straight and will never be able to give him what he wants. They are best friends,…

The Mating of Michael – Sex in Seattle #3
Bookreview / April 9, 2016

The Mating of Michael is the third book in the Sex in Seattle series, but can be read as a separate story. I never heard about these stories until this one, but I really liked this one and might even read the rest of them. However, if you have trouble reading about handicapped people or people with other problems, you might consider skipping this one. Michael Lamont is a nurse normally, but every now and then he also works as a gay sex surrogate, which means that he helps people who are having problems meeting other people or find themselves not able to perform because of a handicap or other problems. Through talking, but also sex at times he helps them function better and perform in their daily lives. However, because of this job he has lost friendships but also relationships. Not everybody understands this job and some people even think that Michael is just a glorified prostitute. So he is sure there will never be someone special for him, because no one would understand him or what he does. Michael loves to read and is especially a big fan of SF novels by the mysterious J.C. Guise. So when…

Small Steps
Bookreview / March 14, 2016

Small Steps is a novel by Chris McHart and is dealing with difficult things and the way to over come them. What happens when you are responsible for putting someone in a wheelchair, but when you meet them you fall in love with him? And what happens when the truth comes to light ? Ben Amann is in a wheelchair at the moment. A drunk driver crashed into his car and caused him to be there, hoping for recovery. Until that happens he is going to need all the help he can get and that means therapy and lots of it. Sebastian Hofors is guilty of drunk driving and causing an accident. He is offered the choice of going to prison or serving community time. He chooses the latter and ends up at the therapy center where Ben is. The two men slowly start getting friends, then becoming much more. Ben is sure Sebastian would never be with a guy in a wheelchair, and Sebastian is sure Ben would never want him when he learns the truth about him. Sebastian is sure he can never live without a drink every now and then. Every time his life runs out of…