Scorched Edges by L.M. Somerton

60dab8_ad2fc522a06045ed911d56a459d449b5.jpg_srb_p_302_483_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srbTitle: Scorched Edges
Series: Tales from the Edge, #6
Author: L.M. Somerton
Genre: Bondage and BDSM/ Erotic, Romance
Length: Novella (137 pages)
Publisher: Pride Publishing (September 8th, 2015)Available for early download
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: Love forged in fire is unassailable.

Fireman Salter Beauman, Beau to his friends, has had his eye on cute Marty Standish ever since he helped rescue Marty and his boss from the bombed out rubble of Temple Church. An analyst for the security services, Marty is cute, geeky and submissive through and through—even if he doesn’t know it yet.

With a serial fire starter making inroads into Beau’s life expectancy, he decides that there is no time to waste and introduces Marty to the D/s lifestyle. Marty responds with wide eyes, an insatiable desire to learn and the ability to turn Beau on with nothing more than a wiggle of his slim hips.

But Beau has a second, far more malevolent admirer. ‘See me dance’ is the message left at a series of increasingly dangerous fires. Beau and Marty must work together to catch a psychotic arsonist before their love goes up in flames. Literally.

Reader Advisory: This book contains a scene that includes sexual abuse.

ISBN: 978-1-78430-720-2

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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: This is book six in the Tales from the Edge series. Salter Beauman, a firefighter wants Marty Standish. In his pursuit to make him his he realizes that an arsonist is targeting him. I liked Beau’s strong dominant character. He seemed confident and sure of what he wanted. Marty was sweet, geeky and shy/ I loved the Marty’s analytical mind and found it fascinating when he went into details about things I did not know about.

These two set the pages on fire when they got together. The dates were sweet yet demanding at times. Beau is a very kinky man and Marty is just coming into the lifestyle so I was glad that Beau was careful with him. They seemed well matched for each other as Marty had submissive tendencies that he was unsure about.

I really enjoyed the story however I would have liked to have seen more of the mystery portions more in the book than what there was. Most was at the beginning and end with a few small mentions in the middle.

All in all it was a great read.

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When Worlds Collide by Maggie Walsh

whenworldscollideTitle: When Worlds Collide
Series: Beyond the Angel Pack, #3
Author: Maggie Walsh
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Novella (149 pages)
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. (July 29th 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: King Ryland and Phenex, Commander of the Underworld’s elite police, had a happy mating for over two hundred years. They were blessed with a child, a son, and the pair couldn’t be happier.

Until one day their world was ripped apart by deceit and betrayal.
A threat to their son’s life caused Ryland to send him away into hiding, in hopes that he would be safe. When Phenex arrived home to find his mate in the arms of another man he was hurt and angry, but when he found that his mate had taken his son from him, he was enraged. Phenex turned his back on his mate and walked away from their mating.

Twenty six years later, they have found their son, but the horrors he suffered his whole life cause Ryland great pain and guilt. To ensure that their son Jesse has his full powers, these two strong leaders must find a way back to each other.

ISBN: 978-1-63259-602-4

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Reviewer: Leigh

Review: This book is part of a series and should be read in order. Also coincides with the Angel Pack Series.

One thing I really like about both series is that they are not just about one mating. The reader also gets snippets from the other established matings, as well as other characters who are not yet mated. I like being able to revisit with those already mated and get a sneak peak of future stories to come.

In this book the full truth is finally revealed about why Ryland did what he did with Jesse as a child. Phenex is able to also tell his side of things. I really enjoyed the story about Phenex and Ryland. It was about time they got back together.

I really felt for Ryland. He did what he thought was right with the information he had. Things worked out differently than he hoped, but not due to his fault. That didn’t mean he didn’t feel guilt. Phenex was in no better a spot. They were so mislead. It was good that they were finally able to clear the air and make things right between them.

This book was also showed the evolution of Jesse and Micah. It showed not only Jesse’s growth of power, but also their relationship.
I must say this book was full of hot sex scenes. Not just with Ryland and Phenex, but also Jesse and Micah. These couples are seriously smoking hot with a nice little amount of kink thrown in.

And DAMN, Malachi is one evil bastard, and turns out he is not working alone. Yup, there is another fucktard helping Malachi. I really cannot wait to see what happens to these two when they finally get their asses kicked. Plus there was another little surprise cameo.

I enjoyed this addition to the Angel Pack world and look forward to reading future books. I really want to know what happens with Crew especially.

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Healing Fire by Sean Michael

25917348Title: Healing Fire
Series: N/A
Author: Sean Michael
Genre: Fantasy
Length: Novella (131 pages)
Publisher: All Romance eBooks, LLC (August 1st 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: What will it take for a dragon prince to defy his father and fly on his own?

Prince Jules, the least favorite of the Dragon King’s children, lives simply, banished to his rooms and the amazing adventures found in his books. He has never left the palace or shifted into his dragon form…he’s never done anything.

Dragon shifter Lem is assigned to Jules as the prince’s new bodyguard, and is determined to keep Jules safe from the Graithen, who killed the prince’s previous guardian. Lem grows to hate how the King hides Jules away, and longs to show him how to fly. His love for Jules also grows but it is forbidden, like so much in Jules’ life.

When the Graithen attack again, though, everything changes.

ISBN: 978-1-943576-18-0

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Reviewer: Leigh

Review: I really wanted to read this book as soon as I saw the blurb. And I was not disappointed. It was cute and sweet and just damn adorable to read.

Jules is so innocent in life since he has been locked away all his life by his king father. But it turns out not for the reason he always was told. It takes a massive attack for him to be able to finally leave and learn about the world. But he is not alone because his protector Lem is by his side.

Lem is not so innocent, but there was still a hint of it with him. He has only know learning how to be a fighter and guardian of the royals. When he is assigned as Jules new bodyguard Lem slowly falls in love with the little prince.

This was a different type of book from Sean Michael. There was innocence in a lot of it with both characters. The sex was loving and sweet. Even as they explored each other and their feelings they were both learning and figuring things out about themselves.

I really did enjoy this book. It was fast paced and well written. It pulled me into the story and made me cheer the characters on. I couldn’t really ask for more.

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Church Brothas by Mike Warren

25239539Title: Church Brothas
Series: N/A
Author: Mike Warren
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novel (187 pages)
Publisher: Mike Warren Publishing (23 Mar 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Church Brothas is about a book of 6 gay men who hold leadership positions in an otherwise heterosexual base church.

Pastor Richard Blackwell was hired to pastor The New Church of Christ Baptist after the former pastor gave his retirement sermon in grand style. Will Pastor Blackwell be welcomed with open arms?

Deacon Marcus Jones has been raised in the church ever since he was a little boy. Will he confess a big family secret?

Trustee Eric Reid who is the biological son of the former Pastor. He and his father always hoped that he would follow in his fathers’ footsteps in becoming new the pastor. Will Eric seek revenge?

Anthony Wilkes is the Music Director/Choir Director. Anthony aka Tony and his Mass Choir have a tri-state choir competition coming up, will they win under Tony’s tutorage?

Andrew Henderson is the church organist and is Tony’s partner. Andrew aka Drew is the most level headed one of the group. But, will he be entice to be unfaithful to Tony and if so, who with?

Kyle Anderson is just 18 years of age and is the baby of the group. Kyle is an excellent dancer and performs his talents as often as he can. He is being raised by a single mother but most of all, he wants love. Will he find it?

Read this excellent book and you will find out all these questions as these group of guys take you on a roller coaster ride. You might even find a few of these brothas in your own church!


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Reviewer: Prime

Review: Let me just start with: OMFG! This is an excellent book and I quickly realised that it comes down to Mike Warren’s skill with words! Admittedly, this is the first book I’ve read by Mike Warren but it certainly has made me want to read more.

This really isn’t a traditional drama filled romance. Instead, it is something close to a melodrama using a Baptist parish as the backdrop and following six gay men within in the parish, starting from the pastor to a deacon to the organist and the choir master.

So to put it simply, this is not something that I can easily describe and give it the proper justice in a short review. The story features six complex and well-developed characters that go on a roller coaster of emotions and drama. Seriously, it is borderline soap opera only better.

The MCs are: Deacon Marcus Jones – he’s hiding a big that only he and his mother know but he is otherwise, for a great deal of the story, the voice of reason. Then there is Pastor Richard Blackwell – he was suggested for the position of pastor by Marcus after the retirement of the previous pastor. He may be gay, but Richard is living the straight life now, or so he claims.

However, Church Trustee Eric Reid, the son of the previous pastor, feels that he should have taken over the spot of his father. He is basically the main source of drama, if not a background instigator.

Next are the very discreet couple, Tony Wilkes the choir director, and Drew Henderson the church organist. Drew is the level-headed one and not one to allow the moment to run away from him.

Then, finally, there is the trouble maker, 18-year-old Kyle Anderson. His mother is more than a handful and drama queen (I have to admit I worked out her angle pretty quickly). I’d say that Kyle learnt his penchant for drama from his mother, but deep down he just wants the love of a good man, even if he is obsessive about it.

That was my brief run down and the plot follows each of characters as their lives weave together. The characters feel so real that it was so easy to picture the entire book as I read it. They are very human, very flawed but in the end just get on with life. Being an Aussie, it also gave me a clear understanding of many cultural things that I’ve seen in movies/TV but never actually understood. I really like that.

And the end! OMG! I really hope that Mike is working on a sequel because that had my heart in my throat and I just want to know what happens next!

I loved this book so much that I’m simply going to recommend it to everyone.

I could rave about this some more but I won’t, I don’t want to give any spoilers to this never-ending drama!

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Sangre Series: Buzz & Blow, Shave & Shimmer, Fade & Fluff by Alex Carreras

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Series: Sangre Series
Author: Alex Carreras
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Single Author Anthology (247 pages)
Publisher: Wilde City Press (20 May 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts (for all stories)
Blurb: In the city of Sangre, Florida, vampires and humans coexist happily until one ancient and powerful vampire decides to mess up the entire thing. The hairdressers at Everlasting Salon who service vampires and humans alike decide to face the threat that lands on their doorstep enlisting the barbers across the street for a fight to the finish. Chaos ensues when fists fly, but it’s not all bad when old flames reunite and new relationships take root and grow.

Between the clandestine meetings and vigilante justice, the vampires find love in unexpected companions, hoping to get some TLC along the way.

ISBN: 978-1-925313-17-8

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: This book is a collection of the three novellas which make up Alex Carreras’ Sangre Series. It makes perfect sense that this series was released in the one volume since the stories are tightly connected together, so much so that it could almost be read as one story. Luckily, since this is the one volume, there is no need to worry that you are reading the books in the right order, something that is essential for the Sangre series.

The stories themselves are all interesting and enjoyable, though something I noticed with all three is that the action seemed to be glossed over a bit. However, the characters themselves are all enjoyable and you can really see their development. For me, it was the six MCs that made the stories for me rather than the actual plot line. The attraction between the guys was hot, but this too sometimes felt like it was being glossed over.

Firstly, in Buzz & Blow, we are introduced to the town Sangre in Florida and the vampires that work at the hairdressers, Everlasting. Their rival across the street is the rougher, vampire-run barber shop, Killer Kuts. Asher from Everlasting meets the dark and mysterious Niko from Killer Kuts. They find themselves surrounded by the mystery of solving who the vampire is that is killing humans and in the process drag their friend from Everlasting and Killer Kuts along with them.

Then we go to Shave & Shimmer, where Tory from Everlasting and Ray, new to Killer Kuts (spotting the trend here?) meet under the watchful match-making eye of Tory’s friend from the first book, Asher. Ray has some baggage from his past. He has mourned the death of his lover and sire for over a hundred and fifty years.

Tory on the other hand is essentially a ray of sunshine, pun intended although unfortunately this description of the character does not always come across. As well as facing Ray’s past, there is an underlying current of trouble spilling over from the first book.

Then we end with Fade & Fluff, where the owners of Everlasting, Jerrod, and Killer Kuts, Kaidron, meet up but not for the first time. These guys have a long history together. They are ex-lovers. We find that out quite quickly in the first story. Unfortunately, I just don’t think there was enough emphasis on their past and what exactly went wrong for the guys. This story is about tying up the loose ends of the first two books as well as getting the ex-lovers to work out their differences.

Once again, I think the danger that the six MCs are facing needed more (though I’m not entirely sure what, I can’t put my finger on it).

Overall it was enjoyable and you do really need to read all three to get complete satisfaction from the overarching plot.

* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through *

Good Question by Dawn Kimberly Johnson

GoodQuestionLGTitle: Good Question
Series: Q&A, #1
Author: Dawn Kimberly Johnson
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novella (109 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 3rd, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Ever since Jamison Coburn lost his father, he’s been locked up tight, not just because of the heartache but also because if he wants to be like the man he so admired, embracing his attraction to other men is impossible.

Lonnie Bellerose is simply minding his own business when he pulls up at his twin sister’s house, intent on painting a mural in her new nursery. He doesn’t expect to meet anyone like the tall, dark, handsome, and silent handyman. Their first kiss is as spontaneous as their attraction, but Jamison quickly pushes Lonnie away. No biggy. Lonnie knows all about rejection. He’s used to it, has come to expect it.

Perhaps an unexpected weekend together housesitting might set them free of their pasts to become the men they can be together—that is, if Jamison can get past his denial and Lonnie can learn to trust that he’s worth loving after all.

ISBN: 978-1-62380-438-1

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: Good Question by Dawn Kimberley Johnson is book 1 of the Q&A series. This series needs to be read in sequential order. Over all, Good Question was a really pleasing and enjoyable read.

The story follows Jamison and Lonnie. Jamison has had to work hard since the death of his father when he was ten years old. He hasn’t told anyone he’s gay. He prefers to simply keep his head down, working for a home renovation company and on the side being a carpenter for the fun of it.

Lonnie is completely different. He is out and proud, and while he certainly does work hard, he is working towards obtaining his master’s in fine arts. Their worlds collide when Lonnie and Jamison meet at Lonnie’s twin sister’s home, which is being renovated for the upcoming birth of Lonnie’s nephew/niece.

It’s a pretty sweet and simple plot. Not only is this book a sort of coming out of the closet type of caper, it is also a wrong side vs. right side of the tracks type of thing. The basis of all the major and minor character are pretty strong, too, with some likable and, of course, some less so.

However, I have to say the one thing that did let things down for me is that the characters didn’t seem to move along enough at time. But that is a minor flaw since this is such an easy read and I was finished in no time. The sweetness between Lonnie and Jamison also more than makes up for any flaws. These guys are great together and have wonderful chemistry.

Recommended to just about anyone and I can’t wait to read the sequel!

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Love on the Web by Neil Plakcy

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Series: Love on…, #3
Author: Neil Plakcy
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novel (228 pages)
Publisher: Loose Id (June 23rd, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: Larry Leavis is too smart and geeky for his family, too gangly and awkward among other gay guys. He’s never felt like he fits anywhere until he meets handsome entrepreneur Julian Argento and agrees to help him build a website for his fledgling web translation company.

Julian isn’t the only guy with his eye on Larry, though. Sexy client Victor Kunin has plans for Larry that go way beyond developing an app for his modelling agency. All this attention has Larry confused. Is Julian using him for his awesome coding skills, or is there something more between them – something that could be destroyed if Julian finds out about some very kinky trysts at Victor’s place?

ISBN: 978-1-62300-934-2

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: I have a soft spot for a geeky romance. And let me clarify, this is geeky in the fact that the main character is works developing apps and writing code. I only know enough of Linux to get what I need done, so any talk of computer languages and coding is enough for me to think that this is a geeky character who knows his thing.

This is a fun story and more of a journey of self discovery, leading to romance, for program coder Larry.

Larry is damn good at what he does, so much so he attracts the attention of one of his clients as well as someone he met at a coffee shop who was also interested in his expertise. Larry is extremely tall and so feels unattractive, unsexy and generally like a bean-pole that no man will ever want in bed. His character is really well written and easily identified with. I would think that many people would relate to him on some level or another. After all, we all feel at one time invisible to the objects of our desire.

Larry has two “suitors”, Julian, the guy from the coffee shop, and Victor, the rich client who has a very attractive, if sleazy, personality. It seems pretty clear is the best guy for Larry is, ultimately Julian. However, in the end it is up to Neil Plakcy’s creation, Larry, to work out what’s going on.

I also enjoyed the numerous other secondary characters, most of which are Larry’s work colleagues. Of all the characters introduced, I would say that Victor is the least fleshed out. Sometimes he left me rather confused. I suppose that was partially the purpose of his character so in the end he works well with the story.

However, this isn’t just a story about a couple of nerds, even if one or more are stinking rich. This is just really a story about a guy who is trying to balance his sudden romantic life with his professional and personal lives.

In the end, that is what makes these guys, especially Larry, so real. He’s just a guy trying to live his life, afraid he is going to screw up somewhere, which is undoubtedly going to happen regardless (or because of) of his caution.

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No More Hiding by Renee Stevens

NoMoreHidingLGTitle: No More Hiding
Series: N/A
Author: Renee Stevens
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novel (256 Pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 12, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Phillip Jorgensen tried to live the straight life and ended up divorced. But he wouldn’t trade his two kids, Jacob and Samantha, for the world. His ex-wife has kidnapped them and he’s been searching for them for six long years. But he’s not giving up—never, not for anything. His twin brother has encouraged him to start living again, but how is he going to find romance with all his baggage?
When he meets Vance Pierce at the new gym, Phillip sees a chance to find some happiness.

Phillip has to explain the whole sordid mess to Vance and pray that he understands that he’ll never stop looking for his children. That’s easier said than done. Telling Vance might be risky.

Is their connection strong enough to convince Vance to stay? Or will he think that Phillip is too damaged to love? This is Phillip’s chance at the life he never thought he could have.

But is it possible?

ISBN: 978-1-63216-987-7

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: This is a new author for me, but I must admit that it was pretty damn good. There were a few issues that I found but not enough to disappoint me.

Phillip had been once married to a woman and had two kids. When they divorced she ran with the children. To me the bitch should be shot that is for sure. I couldn’t imagine what he was going through, while searching for them He spends six long years looking, but hasn’t given up. His brother has told him, that he needs to continue living.

However who would stand beside him during these times.

He meets Vance and the attraction is there. However he has to come to terms that he needs to tell him what is going on. Vance is pretty damn hot let me tell you. He puts up with Phillips jealousy and attitude when most would say to hell with it. However with everything that has happened, I suppose we should give the man some slack.

The problem I had with it was the fact that the kids were too easy-going with what has happened and the way life is now. It just comes off as a bit strange to me. I don’t know what to say without giving the story away, so I must say you have to read this book.

It was not my type of story, so I would probably not being putting it on my favorite list but it is a pretty damn good story. The guilt one feels when life must go on, but part of you is still missing is felt throughout. It has a lot of twists to the story that will keep your attention. I had fun with it and would recommend it.

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Away by Jeremy E. Elwell

18819092Title: Away
Series: N/A
Author: Jeremy E. Elwell
Genre: New Adult Romance
Length: Novel (273 Pages)
Publisher: Eternal Press (November 16, 2013)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: An escape from today, uncovers the past.

When work and life in the city become too much to bear any longer, Jeremy decides it is time to escape to the forest. After convincing his partner to join in, the two self-proclaimed city boys are sucked into a world of survival of the fittest in some of the most remote wilderness in America. Confronting nature is only half the battle as Jeremy recalls, from memories that are deeply repressed, an adventure he once took as a young teen.

ISBN: 978-1-62929-073-7

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: I must admit that this is the first book that I have read by this author and I was fascinated with the story. It definitely was not my kind of story though. The title caught my attention from the start, then the cover intrigued me even though it freaked me out a bit. I had not even glanced at the blurb when I picked the story.

I must admit though that this book was not what I expected. It was a bit off to me, or should I say weird. Jeremy is the one that made the book basically. He is getting tired of life in the city, so what does he decides to move to the forest. Yeah like that is going to make life better. He has a long journey ahead of him that is for sure.

Brian is supposed to be a different type of character in the book, but he is the one that Jeremy wants to be like. Or maybe that is my opinion. It has a nice twist to it when it comes to characters. I was a bit confused but for me that is normal. It also made the book a bit intriguing.

It was about a young man coming to age and how they handle certain aspects of their lives. For this type of story though, the plot just seemed to work perfectly. For me I was captivated in a way that doesn’t really work for me though.

I am not much for young adult stories and coming of age. So I was not as into it as I should have been. The story itself is well written, with plenty of depth and hidden gifts to a reader. I however was a bit disappointed in the fact that it was not my type of story.

I would definitely recommend it to others though.

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Rattlesnake by Kim Fielding Blog Tour, Interview, Excerpt, Review & Giveaway!

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Hiya peeps, we have Kim Fielding visiting today with her brand new release Rattlesnake, we have a short interview with Kim, a brilliant excerpt, a fantastic giveaway and Cat’s review, so enjoy the post and click that Rafflecopter link <3 ~Pixie~

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A drifter since his teens, Jimmy Dorsett has no home and no hope. What he does have is a duffel bag, a lot of stories, and a junker car. Then one cold desert night he picks up a hitchhiker and ends up with something more: a letter from a dying man to the son he hasn’t seen in years.

On a quest to deliver the letter, Jimmy travels to Rattlesnake, a small town nestled in the foothills of the California Sierras. The centerpiece of the town is the Rattlesnake Inn, where the bartender is handsome former cowboy Shane Little. Sparks fly, and when Jimmy’s car gives up the ghost, Shane gets him a job as handyman at the inn.

Both within the community of Rattlesnake and in Shane’s arms, Jimmy finds an unaccustomed peace. But it can’t be a lasting thing. The open road continues to call, and surely Shane—a strong, proud man with a painful past and a difficult present—deserves better than a lying vagabond who can’t stay put for long.

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Please Understand by Fai Marie Dawson Blog Tour, Interview, Excerpt & Giveaway!

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Hi peeps, we have Fai Marie Dawson stopping by on the first day of the tour for her debut novel Please Understand, we have a short interview with Fai, she lets us have a peek at one of her works in progress, we have a great excerpt from Please Understand and there’s a great giveaway, so enjoy the post and click that Rafflecopter link <3 ~Pixie~

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Please Understand


Fai Marie Dawson

To keep his mother off his back, Fox struggles to live life as a straight man. Following his failed marriage, he thinks he’s found a piece of heaven when he meets Audrey, a sexy dark-haired beauty. When he’s introduced to her twin brother, his life turns upside down. Mrs. Jones, a regular shopper at Fox’s quaint neighborhood bookstore, steps in to referee the fall-out. Can Fox maintain relationships with both Audrey and her brother? Can a late night train chase bring Fox closer to the one he loves? How far will Fox’s mother go to keep her son tight in her clutches?

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Overly Dramatic by Rebecca Cohen Blog Tour, Interview, Excerpt & Giveaway!

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Hi guys, we have Rebecca Cohen stopping by on the tour for her newest release Overly Dramatic, we have a short interview with Rebecca, there’s a great excerpt and a fantastic giveaway, so enjoy the post and click that Rafflecopter link <3 ~Pixie~

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Overly Dramatic

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Rebecca Cohen

Andy Marshall moves to London looking for a fresh start after breaking up with his long-term boyfriend. To stave off boredom from his day job as an accountant and to meet new people, Andy joins a local amateur dramatics society called the Sarky Players based in Greenwich, South London. Despite his best efforts to avoid it, Andy is cast as one of the leads in a truly dreadful play called Whoops, Vicar, There Goes My Trousers, written by a local playwright.

The play might be bad, but the Sarky Players are a friendly bunch. Andy quickly makes new friends and finds himself attracted to Phil Cormack, a local artist helping with the props. But life doesn’t run to a script, so Andy and Phil will have to work hard to improvise their own happy ending.

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Challenge of the Darkness by Dirk Greyson

ChallengetheDarknessLGTitle: Challenge the Darkness
Series: Yellowstone Wolves, #1
Author: Dirk Greyson
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Novel (234 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (August 31st 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: When alpha shifter Mikael Volokov is called to witness a challenge, he learns the evil and power-hungry Anton Gregor will stop at nothing to attain victory. Knowing he will need alliances to keep his pack together, Mikael requests a congress with the nearby Evergreen pack and meets Denton Arguson, Evergreen alpha, to ask for his help. Fate has a strange twist for both of them, though, and Mikael and Denton soon realize they’re destined mates.

Denton resists the pull between them—he has his own pack and his own responsibilities. But Mikael isn’t willing to give up. The Mother has promised Mikael his mate, told him he must fight for him, and that only together can they defeat the coming darkness. When Anton casts his sights on Denton’s pack, attacks and sabotage follow, pulling Denton and Mikael together to defeat a common enemy.

But Anton’s threats sow seeds of destruction enough to break any bond, and the mates’ determination to challenge the darkness may be their only saving grace.

ISBN: 9781634764827

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Reviewer: Tams

Review: Mikael Volokov is the Alpha of the Yellowstone pack. He’s strong, fierce and commanding. Mikael doesn’t tolerate dissention or anyone questioning his authority, it’s why his pack is so strong and united.

That being said, he’s not a brutal bastard, unless you go after something or someone he holds dear. He listens to his pack, considers their concerns and does everything possible to ensure their safety and happiness. When he’s called to witness a challenge and winds up witnessing something more dark and sinister than expected, he lands in the crosshairs of that darkness.

Denton Arguson is the Alpha of the neighboring pack, Evergreen. He is nearly as fierce as Mikael and definitely as loyal to his pack. When the two realize they are fated mates, Mikael couldn’t be happier. He’s dreamed about his mate since he was a boy, but Denton is less than pleased. He fights the bond and tries to ignore the connection he has with Mikael, but fate won’t be ignored. It will take a lot of patience, understanding and communication if these two are going to fulfill the destiny that was created for them before they were even born.

I have to say, I knew this was going to be a good book, I love everything from this Author. I was literally blown away by how good it was though. Greyson took the mythology that circles shifters and tweaked it just enough to give us something fresh and new.

I loved the references to the Mother and giving things back to the earth so they would be rewarded in return. ‘As ye sow so shall ye reap’ is the moto these wolves live by. But everything in life has to have balance. Where there is light, there is darkness, and when the darkness tries to destroy the land, the packs, and most of all, the wolves spirits, it will take a lot of love, life and trust to defeat it.

A must read for shifter fans, but there is also the added element of what almost reads as earth magic in this story. The relationship between Mikael and Denton is electric, passionate and turbulent. After all, they are both Alphas and while the world Greyson has created doesn’t even blink an eye at two men being mates, two Alphas being mated is unheard of. They have to find their balance as well not only to defeat the darkness, but to find their happiness.

Wonderful story, the flow and pace is perfect and kept me enthralled from beginning to end, and I cannot wait to see where this new series will take several wolves in particular with more books down the road.

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Broken Oaths by J.T. Cheyanne and V.L. Moon

51-NcqhQPBL._SX314_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Broken Oaths
Series: N/A
Author: J.T. Cheyanne & V.L. Moon
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novel (388 Pages)
Publisher: Laz & Lachi Publications (July 13, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Betrayed by his peers and slandered as a traitor, Commander Thierry Donovan has nothing left. Locked away and targeted by the very men responsible for his incarceration, Thierry defies the odds and fights for the fundamental right to survive the hell-hole of his imprisonment. With no one to trust, Thierry finds solace in the last place he imagines…

The church is Ryan Flynn’s sanctuary. He craves the solitude and peace he finds in the hallowed halls. His oath to serve God is a calling Ryan has hidden behind all of his adult life; until his past catches up with him in the form of his foster brother, Special Agent Orrin Hunt…

Submerging himself within a world of danger, violence and corruption is the only way Orrin can cope with life. Rejected and tormented by the bitter remorse of unrequited love, Orrin is oblivious to the beauty of what life can offer him. If he’d only open his eyes, and maybe his heart….

Jaydan Callahan’s life is a wreck. Gangs, drugs and violence are a part of his normal day to day routine. For one so young, he’s seen it, been there, done it and gotten more than enough tee shirts as proof. Capable of smelling a cop from a mile away, it comes as no surprise to Jay when the guy he has the hots for is actually working undercover to bring down the town’s notoriously dangerous king pin.

Four men, four lives, each one of them stained by lies, corruption and doubt. Can love show them the path to redemption, or will broken oaths, fear and grief make the crosses they bear too heavy a mantle to carry?

Love is Love

ISBN: 978-0-9899725-3-6

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: This is the first book that I have read by these two authors and I must admit that I was shocked and amazed. Although I might not have picked it, because it definitely was not a book that I would have chosen at any other time. I would have regretted it though.

I was amazed at how well the story just seemed to flow as well as being well paced and exciting. Thierry had been set up to take the fall for a crime he had not committed. His commanding officer was a definite ass. Ducaine definitely had it in for him. He asked for one thing and that was for a Priest to come in. I don’t think he had expected Father Ryan Flynn.

If it wasn’t for his foster brother Orrin, he might have said no. Orrin had requested him to talk to this particular prisoner. They see each other and damn there is heat that is for sure. There are a lot of kinky men in this book.

Then there was Jay, who is just a sweet kid living in a world of drug dealers. He is madly in love with Orrin, who is in love with Ryan. It is a bit complicated. Then there are the D’s who just make you want to smile or laugh.

The problem I had with it was the fact that Ryan was a priest. It just comes off very wrong for me. I can see hiding in the closet, but not the priest part. It just makes it sick to me, and made me feel like the author was throwing it in gods face. Which is saying something from me, because I am a definite non-believer. Other than that little problem, all I can say is damn.

Murder, cross-dressing, ass spanking, suspense, action and some damn kinky sex is one aspect you get from this book. For such a long book, it keeps your mind occupied. In fact once I started reading, I couldn’t put the damn book down.

Other than wanting to kick one of their sexy asses throughout most of the books, there is so much to say about these guys. You will cry throughout the book and probably laugh at some parts of it. I must say that this has been a great book to add to my library

. Even though I couldn’t stand the religious parts, the fact that he was a priest, or all of the words used it was a great book. I had a great time reading it and look forward to seeing what else these authors have out.


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Rattlesnake by Kim Fielding

RattlesnakeLGTitle: Rattlesnake
Series: NA
Author: Kim Fielding
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novel (240 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (August 31st, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: A drifter since his teens, Jimmy Dorsett has no home and no hope. What he does have is a duffel bag, a lot of stories, and a junker car. Then one cold desert night he picks up a hitchhiker and ends up with something more: a letter from a dying man to the son he hasn’t seen in years.

On a quest to deliver the letter, Jimmy travels to Rattlesnake, a small town nestled in the foothills of the California Sierras. The centerpiece of the town is the Rattlesnake Inn, where the bartender is handsome former cowboy Shane Little. Sparks fly, and when Jimmy’s car gives up the ghost, Shane gets him a job as handyman at the inn.

Both within the community of Rattlesnake and in Shane’s arms, Jimmy finds an unaccustomed peace. But it can’t be a lasting thing. The open road continues to call, and surely Shane—a strong, proud man with a painful past and a difficult present—deserves better than a lying vagabond who can’t stay put for long.

ISBN: 9781634764773

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Reviewer: Cat

Review: The first line has you hooked… It started with a dead man… all the way to the very last line. I couldn’t put it down.

Jimmy Dorset lives on the road. He travels as far as his clunker car will take him, stays until he has enough money to get on the road again. He is never in one place long enough to make a home or life. He feels no one wants him or needs him. Then one day he picks up an old hitchhiker that wants to go to Rattlesnake to try to make amends with his son. When Tom dies Jimmy sees so much in him he decides to deliver Tom’s letter in person to Shane Little.

Shane is a bartender of the Rattlesnake Saloon in his Aunts motel. Shane has his own story though very different from Jimmy’s they are two souls meant for each other.

Jimmy had no idea picking up a lonely, cold hitchhiker would change his life so drastically.

This book gave me chills from opening till I finally finished it (in one sitting). It is such a poignant story. Powerful with some soft undertones and I found it very romantic as well.

I adored both characters. Jimmy the loner–I still loved him and felt so deeply for him. Who couldn’t love Shane? He is the town’s sweetheart. Everyone loves him and is protective of him, even though he isn’t perfect either. I think I loved most the fact these two characters are not perfect in any way. Not looks or personality.

Though Jimmy fights his feelings tooth and nail, sometimes fate is stronger than your own will. I will admit I shed a few tears along the way. This book is in my favorite list of this year as long as Jimmy and Shane.

If you love modern stories set in old-west towns, broken men, some angst, romance, and some moderate, sensual, mansex this is definitely for you.

I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a good M/M romance and something a little different.


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The Complications of T by Bey Deckard

25992904Title: The Complications of T
Series: N/A
Author: Bey Deckard
Genre: Transgender romance
Length: Short (38 Pages)
Publisher: Bey Deckard (August 18th, 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: A bite-sized Trans* love story:

Stuart Leandro knows he’s washed up, both on the big screen, and in his marriage. Then, when things take an even bigger turn for the worse one night, he winds up blind drunk and lost in a foreign city.

Thankfully, someone’s there to rescue him before his face ends up plastered all over the tabloids.

Wary of the motives of the reclusive stranger who brings the fading star into the quiet shelter of a hip but isolated loft, Stuart nonetheless can’t deny his curiosity… Or his attraction. Tim is unlike anyone the actor has ever met, but underneath the mystery and quiet attempts at invisibility, Stuart discovers someone whose life has been intertwined with his own for years.

Neither could have predicted that Tim’s act of kindness would lead to one of the most intense encounters of their lives—but, are they willing to weather the media storm their extraordinary relationship will cause?

ISBN: 9780994790026

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Reviewer: KathyMac

Review: Bey Deckard tells the story of Stuart, an actor who has lost his mojo, his marriage, and, at the time, appears he may be falling off the wagon, of sobriety. Forced to the take the hand of a stranger… to avoid the tabloids smearing his drunken face all over for the world to see, sets into motion an affirmation of life.

Waking up in a strange bed, surrounded by unfamiliar walls, is the beginning and the end for Stuart. Confronting his savior, across a cup of coffee, puts a tingle of apprehension in his stomach. It’s a very eye-opening experience on many levels.

The complications of T, translate to more than one meaning, as I read this short tale about Tim, born a woman but always knew he was a man. With the transition complete, in body, he still has a ways to go, in mind. Not really his own mind, but exposing himself to others.

The beautiful thing about the story is the way Stuart opens up his heart and mind to accept Tim for who he is not what he was or what society wants him to be. In Stuart’s words – It’s all rubbish anyway. I thought. What point was there in getting caught up in tiny details that didn’t actually matter? All that mattered to me, right then and there, was that I felt like I was at the very beginning of something incredible.

Over the course of a week, Tim and Stuart, share everything, as much as possible within that time frame, from laughing and sharing memories to realizing they have a lot in common. They both want more but Tim has a few stipulations before he is willing to uproot from his safe haven.

Will they still have their strong connection when they are miles apart?

My takeaway from this inspiring and uplifting tale is it really doesn’t matter what your plumbing is if you have a connection with someone. Life can change in an instant and while fancy possessions are nice to have and/or claim to fame is rewarding, those things are pointless if your life is miserable. Finding that spark or connection with another human being is what’s important.

Tim offers himself, freely, to Stuart and they both find themselves eager to explore these new revelations… together.

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Fame and Fortune by T.M. Smith

26094033Title: Fame and Fortune
Series: An All Cocks Story, #2
Author: TM Smith
Genre: Contemporary/ MMM Ménage/ Erotic
Length: Novel (175 pages)
Publisher: TTC Publishing (August 29, 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Victor Dimir moved to America with his traditional Romanian parents when he was just a child. His Romani parents taught him their traditions and how to be a shrewd business man, but it was the attention of a classmate at school that taught teenage Victor about his sexuality. When he came out to his parents he knew it would be difficult for them to understand, but he never expected them to disown him.

Andrew Jones grew up with a single mom and his grandmother teaching him about life, he had an absentee father at best. The only thing the man ever did for Andy that stuck was buy him a camera for his thirteenth birthday. When Andrew went off to college on a scholarship to study photo journalism, he wound up falling in love with his Romanian roommate.

They became inseparable and wound up starting their own business together: a gay porn website where people could go and watch romantic gay porn instead of the rough and tough, or wham bam thank you man crap that was flooding the internet at that time. After ten years together they were still perfectly happy, not realizing something was missing, until they met a broken young man who needed a family.

Matthew Carlson was homeless, jobless and broken. At sixteen he ran away from home after being brutally assaulted by several young men that he thought were his friends, and then being told he brought it on himself for being gay by his parents. Matthew has done a lot of things these last few years just to get by. When he finds the flyer for All Cocks, he decides to call and see where it leads. What has he got to lose?

Matthew has deep-rooted scars that aren’t visible on the outside to most. But when he walks into All Cocks, both Victor and Andrew can see the darkness in his eyes; they also see him. Can three men that did not know they needed each other get past the stigma of society to find a place of happiness, together?

*Advisory warning: This story contains a scene of sexual assault.*


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Reviewer: Cat

Review: Fame and Fortune is a very sweet romance between three loving men. Though Victor and Andrew have been partners for ten years, they both felt something for the sweet angelic looking boy Mattie when he showed up for a job. Both men could tell he was broken and not ready for porn shoots. When Mattie finally insists they set him up, and none of them was prepared for Mattie’s reaction. Now Mattie has to tell Victor and Andrew about his past abuse.

I must warn you if you’re susceptible to triggers, there are back flashes of gang rape and date rape drugs. I will say That TM handled it with finesse, and the story has a lot of light moments and sensual loving sex to soften the harsh scenes.

I loved all the characters and the main storyline of the coming to term with the change in their relationship.

I will say that the story begins moving fast and skipping quickly through years. I would have liked to have seen more of the things that happened than short paragraphs telling us about them. There were a few places where the author told us of things that happened between other characters from the first book) that I personally felt should have been left out and this book the first.

Now having said that; I still loved this story and all of these men and cannot wait for the next book–Jon and Kory–and all the others. (Yes I read all the small print at the end that tells what’s coming soon!

I highly recommend this if you like gay new adult romance, angst, threesomes, ménage, hot man-sex and all over fun, sexy romance!

Groomzilla by Tere Michaels

GroomzillaLGTitle: Groomzilla
Series: N/A
Author: Tere Michaels
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novel (160 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (10 Aug 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: When drama threatens to ruin a romance on a reality show, only a true friend can save a groomzilla’s wedding.

Daniel Green, an event planner with a neat, quiet, orderly life, reluctantly agrees to plan the wedding of his childhood friend Ander, an outrageous fashion designer soon to marry a wealthy entertainment lawyer named Rafe. To complicate matters, the happy couple have agreed to have their wedding made into a reality show—something that practical Daniel isn’t sold on.

Daniel is neither a romantic nor a wedding planner, but he’s the only person in the world who can manage Ander. Distracting him from his mission is Owen Grainger, a too-handsome-to-be-true producer whose quiet charm pulls Daniel into his orbit.

When the stress of the show triggers bad behavior from Ander, co-producer Victor Pierce decides it’s the key to a ratings bonanza, and he begins to undermine Ander and Rafe’s relationship to create more drama. Daniel is determined to protect his friend and his own reputation, but when he finds himself falling hard for Owen, there’s much more at stake than ratings.

ISBN: 978-1-63476-183-3

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: For me, Tere Michaels is always a joy to read and Groomzilla is no exception. It a whole heap of fun, some stunning attraction and a couple of hot (albeit level-headed) men combined with the melodrama of reality TV. For someone who was drawn in by the melodramatic title “Groomzilla” this did not let me down at all.

Daniel is the level-headed BFF of Ander, a flamboyant designer who was head over heels and set to marry his boyfriend, entertainment lawyer Rafe. Daniel is an event planner and Ander, the type who always wheedles to get his way, wants his best friend and only real family to plan his big day. The catch is it’s all going to play out on reality TV. This is where producers, the perfectly horrible Victor and the perfectly handsome Owen, come into play.

When Daniel and Owen meet the relationship that starts between them is very subtle, but escalates quickly. The addition the horrid Victor, the wonderfully quirky Ander and the down-to-earth Rafe really does make for a lot of fun as Daniel tries to plan his BFF’s wedding so that it might be the most perfect celebration of his friends’ love.

As the two continue planning the wedding, we find out a lot more about Owen and his business partnership with Victor. The best bit, I found, was just the interaction between Daniel and Ander. The story is just as much about Ander and Rafe’s love, but ultimately it is all Daniel’s story – love, friendship, loyalty and support.

This is everything that is cute, sweet and dramatic. But I think anyone involved in a wedding will be able to relate too much of it, particularly if you’re perceived as the straight-laced, organised, quiet type who suddenly starts surprising people when it comes to falling in love and defending their best friend.

There is a lot of love and loyalty involved here, and with a wonderful dose of happily-ever-afters. A lot of laugh out loud moments top this off as a great book to read.

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Kitten and Puppy by Jane Wallace-Knight

kittenanpuppyTitle: Kitten and Puppy
Series: The Happily Ever After Mating Agency, #4
Author: Jane Wallace-Knight
Genre: Paranormal/ Shape-shifter
Length: Novella (130 pages)
Publisher: Siren/Bookstrand Publishing (August 26, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: There have always been conflicts between shifters of different species but these were supposed to be better times. Cheetah shifter Henry Dale was just sixteen when his entire coalition was burned alive. Having to stay with the neighboring wolf pack should have been terrifying for him, especially as one of them was responsible for setting the fire, but meeting the alpha’s son, Will Gray, made him feel safer than ever.

When the council came and took Henry away, deciding he would be better off with his own kind, he not only lost his best friend, but also his first love. On the night of his thirtieth birthday he decides on a whim to sign up to a mating agency, hoping that maybe he can find love again.

He never thought he would see Will again but fate, it seems, has other plans.

ISBN: 978-1-63259-641-3

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in The Happily Ever After Mating Agency collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. However it can be read as a standalone.

I have read all of these stories and this one is my absolute favorite of them all. Henry is a cheetah shifter who had lost his entire pride. They were burned alive, but he had been spared. Scared and alone, he was lost. That is until a wolf shifter found him.

Will had known when he found Henry that there was something special about him. Then the council had decided that he needed to be with his own kind. Will had never forgotten him, and he was surprised to find Henry had not either. So he had decided to hook up with the mating agency to try to find him. Three years later and he got lucky. It seemed fate had decided they deserved to be with each other also.

It was the perfect story for me and I loved it. I can’t wait to read the next story.

When Jane puts out a book I am usually there to eat them up. They do have a bit of a serious would definitely recommend reading this book. Trust me it will keep you laughing, crying, loving and having fun.

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Yellowbelly Hero by Susan Laine

YellowbellyHeroLGTitle: Yellowbelly Hero
Series: Heroes at Heart, #1
Author: Susan Laine
Genre: New Adult Romance
Length: Novella (83 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (5 Aug 2015)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Yancy Bell was bullied in high school for being a yellowbelly, not because of any cowardice, but because of his nervous bladder condition. It’s Yancy’s first year in college, and he’s hoping to make a fresh start.

Three days before Christmas, the campus is empty. Having to pee on a midwinter night leads Yancy to meet Curt Donovan huddled in a dark shower stall. Curt’s a troubled jock whose coming out went badly, so he plans to end it all.

But Yancy adamantly refuses to let Curt go through with his irrevocable plan. With just one dark night to talk Curt around, Yancy has to win the trust of a stranger who only sees one way out.

ISBN: 978-1-63476-359-2

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: I am not a stranger to Susan Laine’s writing and Yellowbelly Hero has to be my favourite book that I’ve read so far from her.

The story line is fairly simple, exactly as you read in the blurb, but it is full of emotion and well paced. Yancy, who has a bladder disorder of some sort, finds jock, Curt contemplating suicide while he waits out the days until his parents pick him up from college for Christmas.

Yancy is a complete and utter sweetheart who immediately starts talking to Curt to find out what was happening that led him to hiding out in the bathroom stall in the boys’ dorms. Curt is a senior who is confused and has been sorting out his sexuality, while Yancy, who is a couple of years younger, is comfortable being different (let’s just add gay on top of his bladder issues) but he doesn’t particularly advertise from the roof tops.

These guys are two contrasting characters who just click. There isn’t a lot of angst, despite the thoughts of suicide from one character, but I like how the issues have been dealt with. However, I must add that the way this has been written, Laine has left a lot open the subsequent books. I think we have a lot to look forward to in the future in terms of getting to know both Curt and Yancy more.

Yellowbelly Hero only really just scratched at the surface.

The short of it is that I cannot wait for book two! There is a lot of space for these guys to develop more, both as young men and as a possible romantic couple. I read the sneak peek and – Sweet Jesus – I want to read it now!!!

This is a heartbreakingly familiar world where similar stories to that of Curt’s is all too common, but I loved the way in which the story has been told.

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