Christmas Pics by Piper Whitney

d829364ecacdbf9f9c9b0b57511a411a.image.300x450Title: Christmas Pics

Series: N/A

Author: Piper Whitney

Length: Novella (59 Pages)

Publisher: Silver Publishing (December 21st, 2013)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5 Hearts

Reviewer: Lisa

Blurb: Jess Venable and Damon Oliver are proud parents of five-year-old, Madison. When they find out another child has told her that Santa isn’t real, Damon and Jess set out to prove to her he is.

Damon Oliver can hardly believe what he’s hearing when his five-year-old daughter, Madison, tells him another child has said there is no such thing as Santa Claus. Believing no child should have their belief stolen from them, Damon enlists the help of his husband, Jess Venable, to show her that Santa is indeed real.

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Review: This was a very enjoyable Christmas story. I truly loved the story. It was told with a cute little twist. It was both humorous, with a bit of seriousness added in.

Jess and Damon would do anything for their family. Even going as far to show their daughter that Santa is indeed real. Damon is so adorable and loving that you would fall in love with him right from the start. Jess is a bit of a character, kind of a joker it would seem. The sex between them is, of course, behind locked doors and full of love and tenderness.

I sat down and read this story, wishing that I had a family like this; one that has so much love and such a caring atmosphere that you can’t help but want to read this every Christmas.

Faraway by Piper Whitney

18109205Title: Faraway
Series:  A Fairy Tale Escape
Author: Piper Whitney
Genre: Anthology/Fantasy/Fairy Tale
Length: Short Stories/Anthology
Publisher: Sil
ver Publishing (June 22nd, 2013)
Heat Level:  Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: A prince asleep for a century, a young chef traded to a beast for his father’s life, a step-son gets a chance at a better life, and a lost man meets seven snow boarders as he runs for his life from the people he should trust. Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, and Snow White–Welcome to the twenty-first century.

Fairy tales can come true, right? Join Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, and Snow White as they are rewritten for a modern era

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Reviewer: Pixie

Review: Sleep, Beauty, Glass, Snow are the titles of the four fairy-tales that have been re-written with a unique modern day twist. In Sleep, we have Prince Tristen cursed to sleep for a hundred years until his true love (Jae, a photographer/journalist in a sports car) re-awakens him and his kingdom. In Beauty, we find Finn who loves to cook, traded to a beast for his father’s life who discovers the heart beneath the beast, Prince Samuel. In Glass, we have Payne who is sick of being treated like a slave and wishes for a better life and meets his very own prince, Hayden. In Snow, we have Mason who loves to snowboard, his stepmother tries to be rid of him, Mason discovers seven snowboarders, and one of them is his knight in shining armor.

Each story we read gives us a unique modern twist, each story is changed slightly to fit more into modern times but sticks to the fairy-tale love. With Sleep it begins in the traditional setting with the birth of the much longed for child and the curse that was uttered at his birth celebration, fast forward and we have Jae who is sent to discover the truth about a sleeping kingdom. It’s a very sweet story, although you have to question the stupidity of someone trusting a stranger who promises to make you ‘feel good’. The sweetness of the story comes from Jae and Prince Tristen getting to know each other before getting their happily ever after.

In Beauty, it really stays with the traditional story with the generous youngest sibling Finn, the more selfish older brothers and sisters and the slightly bumbling father, and the horrific beast. So not much to add to it other than it was sweet.


In Glass, we have a thoroughly modern update including mouthy fairy godfather, foul-mouthed CinderFella, Payne, hunky Prince Hayden and very selfish stepmother and stepsisters. Very fast moving storyline in this one with Payne and Hayden discovering an instant attraction and connection.

In Snow, the story is twisted with Mason’s prince charming being one of the snowboarders, the evil stepmother not giving a damn about anything but herself and Mason’s father, James, just wanting the pair of them to get along. It’s a good story that has its bones in the original but swerves away from the original enough to give it a fresh twist.

Each story has sweet lovemaking in it, happy endings and perfect couples, so this is one you want to read if you want modern twists to your fairy-tales but some originality laced through them, with loads of hot men and sigh worthy endings.

Reviewer:   GiGi
Review: A fun and unique twist on classic fairy tales. The author not only successfully turned the main characters in to m/m romances, but did an interesting and sometimes humorous, sometimes edgy job of weaving contemporary settings and scenarios into our favorite classic childhood stories. You’ll never think of Snow White the same way again!

Voyeur by Piper Whitney

b5a988e11e8d4187d84204e55aca98f4.image.200x300Title: Voyeur

Author: Piper Whitney

Genre: Paranormal

Length: Novella (126pgs)

Publisher: Silver Publishing (27th April 2013)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥2 ½ – 3 Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: The hottest nightclub in town. A man with a penchant for watching others engage in sexual acts. A shapeshifter with an obsessive ex. Nothing can go wrong, can it?

Lights, cameras, and a whole lot of action.

Voyeur was built on a simple premise: people like to watch. When Gage Sinclair hires Chi Zimmer, it’s strictly because he wants to bed him, but what Gage learns about Chi could lead to Gage’s death at the hands of Chi’s obsessive ex.

When confronted with Chi’s secrets, Gage must decide whether to stay with him or give up the one man who means the world to him.

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Review: Gage has worked hard to get Voyeur off the ground with his friend, Ben. Now they are finally opening the exclusive nightclub. Employing the young man who walks in off the street is an impulse. An impulse driven by Gage’s wish to bed him, but what he wants from Chi soon changes when he becomes jealous. Chi hasn’t been in town that long, so he jumps at the chance to work at Voyeur. Getting involved with Gage is not his brightest idea, especially when his ex refuses to let him go.

This book is great for a quick easy shifter read. Gage likes playing the field, after being in a long-term relationship, he still doesn’t feel ready to try permanent again. Opening Voyeur is a dream of his. A place where you can enjoy voyeurism in all its forms, while having a good time with friends. When he employs Chi. he has no idea what awaits him with the sexy young man. Chi left his home and family to get away from a controlling relationship, when he meets Gage, Chi has the chance to be himself and after a rocky start Gage and Chi begin to dream of more. But, Chi’s past won’t let him go and Gage’s life is in danger.

This is quite a good story that has a strong relationship developing between Gage and Chi, but I found that the shifter part was a hard part of the story to swallow. Chi is a great character; he has strong views of what he wants and doesn’t like to play games. Gage thinks he knows what he wants, but meeting Chi throws him. Discovering the truth about Chi, shocks and scares him. Their relationship is very hot and sexual, but there is a slight touch of the unknown as they fumble with what they both want and what they can have.

Although I liked this story it didn’t quite feel right for me, there was just something that made it awkward and Chi’s behavior wasn’t always consistent. The shifter part was cloaked in quite a bit of mystery and although I would love to say that it made it more interesting, well it didn’t. and the way that Chi resolved the issue wasn’t realistic to the story, even if he was defending the man he loved. Gage’s reaction to Chi’s secrets was brilliantly done and I did like how Gage and Chi’s relationship developed and how they were together.

I will recommend this to those who love new beginnings, finding love when least expecting it, hot sex, shifters, a touch of kink, a touch of danger and a very happy ending.