Escaping From Him by Liam Livings Retro Review Tour & Giveaway!

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Hi Guys we have Liam Livings stopping by today with his release Escaping From Him, we have a short excerpt, we have a fantastic giveaway and we have Lisa’s review for you to check out. So enjoy the post and click that giveaway link. <3 ~Pixie~ 

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 Escaping From Him


Liam Livings

Darryl’s on the run – from controlling boyfriend Chris, an air-conditioner called Dave (deceased), an intolerable, claustrophobic situation and a person he just can’t be any more. The trouble is, he doesn’t have a plan – or any money – and all he knows is he needs to get away from everything. That’s where a lucky lift to Glasgow comes in, which turns out to be just the beginning of a whole new life …

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Heat by Chris Quinton and RJ Scott

51WPz+tmzML._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Heat

Series: Salisbury Stories #1

Author: R.J. Scott & Chris Quinton

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Length: 141 pages

Publisher: Love Lane Books Limited (October 23, 2014)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts

Blurb: Serving up passion, family, love and hate, with a side order of arson.

Lewis has lost nearly everything, and now it seems that Devon is here to take the last thing he has left – working in his beloved restaurant, Laurels. But when an arsonist threatens everything Lewis loves, he realizes sometimes everyone has their ghosts, and he discovers an unexpected ally who is prepared to risk everything for him.

ISBN: 9781311353382

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Lewis and his sister Rachel had been dealt a couple of horrible hands in the past. The loss of their parents, Rachel having been severely hurt from the accident, the betrayal of someone he thought loved him, the amount of debt, the sale of his home and restaurant were just at the tip. Now the new owners were going to come and change everything.

Devon is a millionaire in his own and comes off as a complete ass at first. He knows everything about family traditions and about business. However it is not to be mixed at all, that is until he meets Lewis and Rachel. He is learning so much from these two, including love. To top it off someone is burning businesses around them and the fear that they are next is getting to them.

From one point it seems that Devon’s change of heart comes to fast. It was like one minute he was an ass, the next he was close to being in love. Although I suppose in some relationships it does happen like this. But in this instance it just seemed a bit off to me. Like it was rushed in a way. Also the mystery part of the story didn’t rock like it should have. It wasn’t really too hard to figure out who was behind it. To me it just seemed a little weak and thrown in there for the effect. Other than that I actually had a bit of fun with the story. The pace wasn’t to slow but it wasn’t really fast at all, so it was a good read for me.

Over all I wished that it had been more expanded with the mystery part. I wanted something to sink my teeth into but it didn’t come off that way. But like I said above Devon’s attitude change just came off to fast, and there really didn’t seem to be the spark between them that should have been there.

I am looking forward to seeing what the next story will give me.

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

Flight Dreams by Michael Craft, 2nd edition

41+SH8k87jL._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Flight Dreams, 2nd edition

Series: A Mark Manning Mystery, #1

Author: Michael Craft

Genre: Mystery

Length: 230 pages

Publisher: Open Road Media (July 23rd, 2013)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts

Blurb: Seven years ago, Chicago socialite Helena Carter disappeared. In three months, she will be declared legally dead and her fortune will go to Chicago’s Catholic Archdiocese. Investigative journalist Mark Manning believes the missing heiress is still alive. To prove his case, he enters a world where religion and politics make uneasy bedfellows — as he confronts the inescapable fact that he is gay.

ISBN: 9781480434202

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: The first thing I am going to say is that based on the story itself I would have given it a five, however I cannot stand females in my stories so at first there was a mention of him and the friend which was ok. However half way through and it came up again, I am afraid that I just skimmed to the end of the story for the ending. I didn’t even want to give it a chance after that.

Mark had been writing all about the disappearance of Helena Carter. Now he was being forced to decide to either lose his job or change his attitude about it. So he has decided to start searching for the woman himself.

This story was not what I had expected at all. I did love the humor I sensed in it and enjoyed the numerous characters that Mark came across throughout his searching. I have to say that I did not have a clue what happened to the woman, so it was a surprise for me. It was an enjoyable story other than the female added in. It is unlike any other gay mystery that I have come across but then again it was quite refreshing in itself.

The problem was it fell short but not really very noticeable. I have come to find that I do love a good mystery every once in a while and Michael’s stories have a way of just creeping up on you. I loved the fact that while on the search he meets a man who has him falling in love.

The pace for this story was perfectly paced to me. It was well-defined, fully developed and the details were perfect. Although I have to say Mark was a pain in the ass in certain parts of the story. And what is the deal with calling the woman who was under sixty, old. He needed to be smacked upside the head for that one.

Overall I enjoyed the book and can’t wait to see what the next book will be like. I just hope there are no girly parts added on.

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

Friends with Benefits by Cheyenne Meadows

FriendswithBenefitsLGTitle: Friends with Benefits

Series: Shifter Hardball, #1

Author: Cheyenne Meadows

Genre: Paranormal/Shape shifter

Length: 192 pages

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (28 Jan 2015)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts

Blurb: Playboy wolf shifter Wiley can’t duck out of his pack’s biggest annual event, despite knowing his grandmother has possible suitors lined up and waiting. Wiley has no intention of settling down, and the situation dangles just above disaster. Thankfully, Wiley’s best friend, lion shifter Ram, agrees to pose as Wiley’s boyfriend for the weekend.

They find out fate has other plans when they kiss on a dare, and the passion erupts, so hot and intense they fear the couch may spontaneously combust beneath them. Neither man is able to push the small act of affection from his mind, but both struggle with uncertainty and the ramifications of following where their libidos lead.

If they can’t outrun their feelings, they’ll have to muster the courage to face their fears before they lose everything, including their friendship.

ISBN: 978-1-63477-283-9

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: If you’re like me and you love a good, hot helping of sexy shape shifters getting together then this is for you. This also appeals to those that like the whole “odd couple” aspect or “friends to lovers angle” or “gay for you. And let’s not forget another romantic favourite – romance among a sport team, in this case baseball. The basis for this book, I’m sure, has something that appeals to everyone.

So suffice to say that I simply loved this book. I loved the story – there was plenty of sexiness, energy and humour throughout the book. I loved the characters – though let’s take a moment to pause and ponder a wolf called Wiley and a lion called Ram, it might just be my warped humour but that was funny to begin with.

The blurb pretty much says it all. Ram and Wiley are BFF’s on the same baseball team in a shifter baseball league and enjoy nothing more than to ogle one of their fellow players. When Wiley needs to head home to his pack for some sort of Founders Day weekend party where everyone just seems to be a rush of hormones, he wants Ram to come along as his pretend boyfriend.

All sorts of shenanigans ensue, namely from Wiley’s whacky 800 year old grandmother, who definitely gives the pack a bit of life. Eventually, though, they can’t pretend for too much longer.

The chemistry between the guys was great. So was the camaraderie, the fact that they were friends really helped me to be able to suspend my disbelief for a while. There were a number of interesting things also crop up. I really enjoyed the parts of the story that covered pack life for Wiley’s pack. There was the perpetually horny grandmother who was a bit of fun.

Additionally, I found it interesting that Ram was often teased for being a lazy lion – unlike other shifter stories Ram definitely resembled his wild animal counterpart. My only criticism is that although the baseball team did featured particularly in the beginning and end of the book, it was more like a list of names and would have liked to have known more about the team and league they played in.

I’m a bit of a sucker for friends to lovers type stories – actually I’m a sucker for everything I listed in the first paragraph of this review, so it’s not difficult to assume that I loved this. However, this isn’t the type of book that you should take seriously and read into it, just read it and enjoy it for what is presented.

But I loved it and I think this would appeal to many others.

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

Gerry's Lion by Ashavan Doyon

GerrysLionLGTitle: Gerry’s Lion

Series: N/A

Author: Ashavan Doyon

Genre: Contemporary/Holiday

Length: 230 pages

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (25 April 2015)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5 Hearts

Blurb: Gerald Tanner lost the piece of his life he loved most, his husband Adam. When faced with the prospect of another Christmas with a family who thinks he’s better off now that Adam is gone, Gerry decides instead to revisit the memory of when they met, and boards a Christmas cruise on the Sunrise. He’s not expecting to meet Leo Ystrabov. He certainly never imagined the courageous young man would challenge him into feelings of desire and the possibility of a love that isn’t his precious Adam.

Leo Ystrabov doesn’t quite know how to handle the shattered heart Gerry presents so hesitantly. But the offer is precious, and Leo can’t resist. However, with two families none too eager to accept them and a lot of baggage on both sides, their relationship faces an uphill battle.

Leo will have to find his courage to be the lion Gerry sees in him.

ISBN: 978-1-63216-865-8

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: This book is a real slow burn. You also better get your tissues ready, too, if you’re picking up this poignant and emotive read. This is the first book that I’ve read by author Ashavan Doyon and I would definitely love to read more. The writing style is both chock-a-block full of emotion but the words just flow so easy I could not read this fast enough!

The story is about Gerald Tanner, who is an artist. His husband died of cancer just the year before. But now he is attempting to move on, just as Adam wanted him to. Not sure how Gerry decided that going on a cruise ship that he has frequented for years, with his husband, would be the way to go. But it was all perfect timing because on the cruise he meets Leo Ystrabov (and who doesn’t love a sexy Russian?!).

The story is about moving on, obviously, but it done beautifully. Gerry isn’t in a rush to move on. In fact he is struggling letting his husband go though at the same time he is ready for something serious to happen with Leo. Much of the first half/ two-thirds of the book is about Gerry trying to move on.  Things actually move along at a fairly slow pace here before we start the race to the finish line.

The second half we see Leo and Gerry get closer together as Gerry comes to terms with his life, which is when we get to know more about Leo – which I absolutely loved. I know introducing this part of the story earlier would have taken away from Gerry’s part of the story, but part of me wanted to know more about Leo and the heartache he had to endure.

That leads me to two parts of the story that popped up at seemingly random times. Firstly, there is another part of Leo’s story, it’s actually the little tit-bit of information that is suddenly such a big part of his life and kicks off the rest of his story – it literally came out of nowhere somewhere in the second third of the story.

It really bugged me at the time when I read it, though I eventually forgot as I continued reading. The other thing is actually quite minor in the whole scheme of things – we find out that Gerry is African-American – the thing that annoyed me is that all of a sudden in the last third race suddenly mattered.

Despite my issues this is a really lovely book to read. If you’re looking for something a bit different to read and want to read something about someone moving on from grief, then this is a great book I recommend in a heartbeat. It is both joy and hope, and despair and grief. I cried like a baby more than once, the words play with more than your heartstrings.

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

The Rules of Love by Morticia Knight

24013180Title: The Rules of Love

Series: Hampton Road Club, 02

Author: Morticia Knight

Genre: Bondage/ Historical

Length:  143 pages

Publisher: Pride Publishing (February 6th, 2015)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts

Blurb: Master Saul is captivated by the beautifully submissive Kenneth and the boy’s love of pain. Unfortunately, Kenneth belongs to Master Preston.

It’s 1926 and as one of the founding members of the Hampton Road Club, Master Saul Liebowitz has enjoyed the charms of many willing submissives over the years. One of the newer submissives to the club has captured his attention more than anyone has in a long time. Kenneth is tall, muscular and also seems to have a greater love of pain than most. If only Kenneth didn’t already belong to another Master.

After Kenneth’s Master died years before, he allowed himself to be taken in by the promises of Master Preston. As time has gone by, Preston has become increasingly crueler to the point where Kenneth fears for his life. They’ve recently joined a sadomasochism club and Kenneth can’t help but yearn for the handsome Master the other boys speak so highly of—Master Saul.

Preston takes things too far one night, and when Saul and his good friend, Master Aaron, do some investigating, they realize that Kenneth might be in real danger. Amidst turmoil at the club over whether there should be rules to keep the boys safe and Preston’s play for power, Saul searches for a way to save Kenneth from what he’s sure is a deadly situation.

Both men fight for what they believe to be the right thing. When they find their way to one another, a wonderful new world opens up to them. But there’s one man out there who refuses to let go of the old ways. Kenneth is his property and Master Preston won’t give him up.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of violence and dubious consent.

Publisher’s Note: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series but can be read as a standalone.

ISBN: 9781784303976

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Reviewer: Cat

Review: This is book two and best read in order.

Ever since his best friend Aaron has found his perfect submissive and love, Saul is feeling lonely. He thinks because of his age he will never find what he desires most. He admires the new submissive, Kenneth and the way he handles pain.  He wishes the man was his, but he is taken by a new member, Preston that he doesn’t like.

Preston is violent and doesn’t allow his subs to call for mercy. He is mean and doesn’t treat them as people. One of the subs flees from him and one of the other submissives notices. After an investigation, Saul discovered that Kenneth is being threatened and held against his will.  He and some of the other Dominates try to come up with a way to free him, but it will cost Saul some secrets he didn’t want to reveal and possibly the Hampton Road Club.

I loved this book. I loved all the characters and liked that we got more of Aaron, Sam, Francesco, Theodore, and Thomas. The plot is better in this book than the first, and the sex is pretty hot. I have the third ready to read! I can’t wait to see whose story is next!

The only thing I wish was more of would be the 1920’s theme. To me, it kind of got lost in this book but having said that…The book was still awesome!

Warning for the squeamish:  There are rape and dubious consent scenes, but Morticia handled with finesse.

If you like BDSM, D’s relationships, Dubious consent, good romance, Older men/younger men, and some scorching hot man-sex you will love this series!
* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through *



Heath by Patricia Logan

41i2LSomdEL._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Heath

Series: Invitation Only, #3

Author: Patricia Logan

Genre: BDSM

Length: 124 pages

Publisher: Westburg Publishing (Feb 29th, 2014)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Blurb: Heath is the popular new Dom at Invitation Only, Austin’s answer to BDSM club goers. The rancher turned Dom has an unsurpassed way with rope. As Red Tacoma, the club’s promoter thinks up new and exciting events for the club’s members, a sexy young drag queen approaches him and makes a suggestion to help the club break new ground.

Micah Turner, the neurotic young bartender at Invitation Only has only one thing on his mind these days, surviving his insanely jealous boyfriend Greg’s violent addiction. When he volunteers them to star in a new drag show at the club, all hell breaks loose and it’s up to the club’s sexy Doms to keep the queens in line.

Heath has never been attracted to uber feminine males but something about Micah the handsome twink drag queen, pushes all of his buttons in all the right places.

As the club’s new entertainment increases in popularity, Heath may find it necessary to tame the wild young stallion and teach him a thing or two

ISBN:  9781310169984

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Reviewer: Cat

Review: Heath is book 3 of the Invitation Only series, I think you could read it without reading the others since there is good backstory drop, but I believe you would enjoy it better if you have read the other two.

Heath is a new Dom at Invitation only. He is immediately taken by the pretty bartender Micah. When Micah is brought in for his demonstration he is ecstatic, until he finds out that Micah isn’t into the BDSM scene.  When Heath finds out that Micah’s boyfriend is a druggie he sees his chance.

I really liked this story. My only issue is I felt it focused more on Micah than Heath.  I would have loved to have seen more scenes with Heath. Now having said that, I loved the drag show scenes and felt like I was there watching and loved Ricky, Mav and Mams.  There were a lot of characters in this story.

Though I love characters and all of these I think it was just too many for such a short story. I have to say Patricia Logan has a way of developing very intriguing characters, and writes some smoking hot sex scenes.

If you like sexy bartenders, hot cowboy Doms, BDSM, Drag Queens, knights in shining armour, and smoking hot man-sex this is definitely for you!

Review written for MM Good Book Reviews



Call Me Church by Tinnean

CallMeChurchLGTitle: Call Me Church

Series: Finding Home, #1

Author: Tinnean

Genre: Historical/Fantasy

Length: 73 pages

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (29 Aug 2012)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts

Blurb: It’s the height of the Depression, and people are desperate for a distraction from their lives. Film director Church Chetwood wants to help them forget—and he manages it with his documentaries and travelogues. But when the saber-tooth tiger he captured escapes, Manhattan’s grave situation only worsens. Now Church is facing ten years up the river.

Black Tuesday left John Smith a homeless sixteen-year-old orphan, and in the past four years he’s survived as best he could. When his path crosses Church’s, Johnny’s looking for a meal, nothing more. Surely after all he’s done, no one could love him—especially not Church, who insists he isn’t “like that.” But Church does have a plan to get away. Maybe if Johnny’s lucky, Church will let him tag along.

ISBN: 978-1-61372-698-3

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Reviewer: Prime

Review:  This is an interesting and relatively quick read. Tinnean is a new author to me and based on this novella alone, I am sold on the author’s writing style. It was just fun and really easy to read. Call Me Church is an interesting story – it is, essentially, King Kong meets Jurassic Park with a bit of Gulliver’s Travels thrown in. Although the mere mention of Hooterville in depression-era New York City also had me thinking of Doctor Who.

It’s not so much as a romance but as an adventure with a couple of guys who somehow manage to create a relationship by the end it of it. Church Chetwood is a larger than life explorer who made movies to entertain the masses stuck in near poverty.  But one fatal and horrible accident destroyed his career and has him on the run from just about anyone. He found Jurassic Park (well, actually Iwi Po’o somewhere in the South Pacific) who he caught and brought back a living Sabre Tooth Tiger for all the public to see.

After many people were killed by the wild beast there were warrants for his arrest and multiple people looking to sue him. Then there is Johnny, he’s barely in his twenties and has been living on the streets since the age of sixteen after the great collapse of Wall Street. John is a survivalist for the most part.

Church and John have instant chemistry, although there is a lot factors working against them. John just wants to live for the day, though, even if he knows that anything with Church could break his heart. The guys are super fun and the pace is rapid, even if the plot and characters are not fully developed by the end of the story.

As I said, this is like King Kong, Jurassic Park and Gulliver’s Travels, so if you like these then you’ll probably enjoy Call Me Church.

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

Between the Frescoes by Kay Berrisford

kb_betweenthefrescoesTitle: Between the Frescoes

Series: N/A

Author:  Kay Berrisford

Genre:  Contemporary

Length:  149 pages

Publisher:  Loose Id (September 9th, 2014)

Heat Level:  Explicit

Heart Rating:  ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts

Blurb: UK grad student Mark is taking a huge step in his life. After years of suffering from anxiety and depression, he’s summoned the courage to travel to Florence and give his first public lecture. Distraction from his nerves comes in the unexpected form of Doug, an American guy who sweeps him up into a whirlwind romance on the journey to Italy. But after a scorching one-night stand, Mark discovers Doug is not just a fellow student, but a fierce rival, and everything falls apart.

Doug is studying in Europe, but his commitments are back on the other side of the Atlantic. He’s attracted to Mark yet soon decides Mark’s hang-ups and competitiveness are more than he can handle. The idea of a holiday fling sours further when he hears his younger brother has gone missing. He just wants to get home to Minnesota and be with his mom.

But the magic of Italy keeps pulling Mark and Doug back together. As the passion between them rises, they must find a way to put aside their enmity and help each other through their troubles —a difficult journey, even in the most romantic city in the world.

ISBN:  9781623004958

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Reviewer:  Kenna

Review:  I enjoyed the hell out of this book.  The blurb was intriguing to me.  I love the whole enemies to lovers trope.  I also love stories that are short, sweet, and to the point.  Boy meets boy.  Boy likes boy.  Boy and boy get hot and heavy.  Boy has issues with boy.  Boy and Boy make up.  So, “Between the Frescoes” made me a very happy woman.

The summary is pretty simple.  Two men meet in an airport and discover they’re heading to the same conference in Italy.  Mark has been holed up doing nothing but pursuing his advanced education.  He’s written a paper about his research he’s quite proud of.

One of the reasons he’s closed himself off from the world is his depression, anxiety, and sadness over a humiliating review of his work several years back.  He bears a hatred of this man, but he’s decided it’s time to get out in the world. Doug is heading to Italy to present a paper about HIS work as well.  He feels an instant connection with Mark, just as Mark felt connected with him.

They get to know each other a bit on the long flight, and by the time they get to Italy, Mark has offered to let Doug stay in the apartment he’s rented because Doug will be too late to get to his hotel.

The story really takes off from there.  Mark and Doug are SO hot together.  Their first makeout session was fantastic, and it only get better from there.  Yes, there was the inevitable conflict, but the resolution came about quickly enough I didn’t feel overwhelmed by the angst.  The background characters were well written and contributed to the book, rather than detract from it.

The bad guys were sufficiently bad, and the good guys (or girls) were awesome.  Other than Mark and Doug, the best character was Italy itself.  It’s obvious Kay Berrisford has been there herself, or at least done a LOT of research.  Her descriptions of the locations were vibrant and detailed.  I could close my eyes, and I could “see” in my mind what was happening.

All in all, this is an excellent read.  As I mentioned, it was short and sweet.  I read it in a little over and hour, and I was very satisfied with it.

I highly recommend you pick this one up.

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Uneasy Dreams by Felicitas Ivey

o-uneasy-dreamsTitle: Uneasy Dreams
Series: Dreamlands, # 3
Author: Felicitas Ivey
Genre: Fantasy / Paranormal
Length: 330 pages
Publisher: DSP Publications (February 17, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: War came to the Dreamlands when Kyushu was invaded by the Egyptians and Inuzaka Keno’s old nemesis, the Trust. As the lords of Nippon maneuver on and off the field to recover their lands, the peaceful life Keno enjoyed with his lover, Samojirou Aboshi, comes to a violent end. Loyalty to their rulers and the need to drive the enemies from Kyushu tears them apart and forces them to question everything they thought they believed.

Trust refugee Mason Kairns, an ally of Keno and Aboshi’s liege lord, struggles to carve a place in a society as hostile as the Northlands he fled. Amidst the chaos and political scheming, the protection of the Hakkenshi may be all that stands between them and disaster.
With the fight for Kyushu intensifying, Keno reminds Aboshi more and more of his ancestor: a cursed warrior who spent his life covered in blood.

Though Keno has vowed to never take a life, desperation pushes him closer to the madness that devoured his predecessor and giving in could cost him everything—including Aboshi and the love they share.

ISBN: 978-1-62798-562-8

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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: This is the third book in the Dreamlands series.

This book is fraught with war, mistrust and two people who are torn apart as they struggle for the balance that is lost when invading forces threaten to destroy their world. It broke my heart that Kenyo and Aboshi went through what they did as I so enjoyed them as a couple in the other books.

There are many characters that reappear in this story from the other books as well as new ones. I haven’t read many stories where there is a wide range of characters that interact throughout a book. But it definitely works in this series.

I loved all the interactions, details and descriptions throughout. I felt sorry for those caught in the crosshairs and was hoping no one was seriously injured the further I read. I was rooting for Kenyo and Aboshi to find their way to each other again as the story unfolded.

An epic fantasy that draws you in and keeps you reading until the very end. I would recommend reading the first book and continuing from their as each book continues where the last left off in a way.

Great read.

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Hidden Wolf by Toni Griffin

51K-bQ1b4ML._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Hidden Wolf
Series: Tassie Wolves, #1
Author: Toni Griffin
Genre: Paranormal/ Shape-shifters
Length: 79 pages
Publisher: Extasy Books (October 1, 2013)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Who would have thought a waxing could lead to happily ever after. Not Ashley Neilson that was for sure.

Ashley Neilson was in pain, he was sticky in all the wrong places and all he wanted was a shower. So, of course it stands to reason that he would run smack bang into Mr. Tall, Dark, and Crazy. Who is this man and why does he keep talking about them being friends?

Vaughan Jacobs doesn’t understand why Ashley knows nothing about the mate bond. They’re both shifters, right? Vaughan can smell it, but as he gets to know the man fated to be his, secrets buried deep in the past manage to find their way to the surface.

ISBN: 978-7-77111-707-4

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Ashley was about to get the shock of his life. He was a wolf shifter and mated to an alpha wolf. He had no clue about the wolf part but man Vaughan was hot. Now if he could just get used to it all. Vaughn had no clue why Ashley didn’t know he was a wolf but it doesn’t change anything, he wants his mate.

This was a fun book to read, but the ending wasn’t exactly perfect if you get my meaning. It seems that a lot was left out which explains why the book was so short. However it doesn’t take away from the story.

I loved it and can’t wait to read the next story.

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

Bear's Pup by Bellann Summer ~ Audiobook

5115UlP7l4L._AA300_Title: Bear’s Pup
Series: Rescue for Hire 1
Author: Bellann Summer
Narrator: Darcy Stark
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Length: 2 hours and 9 minutes
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing (January 20, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: Welcome to the world of Rescue for Hire. Meet the team members that make up a company that forms a family of heroes.

Cade Miller is the owner of the company and is a dominating alpha in mind and body. Cade rescues Bret James on a mission. The instant connection between the two cannot be denied, and he decides to keep him. Bret may have submissive qualities that mesh completely with the big bear, but it is his mischievous side that keeps Cade on his toes and coming back for more. But Bret has evil stalking him.

When the past wants revenge, can Cade discover who has taken Bret and stop him from being a victim again? The team will have to use all of their skills to rescue Bret before all hell breaks loose.

Because when the big, bad alpha is crossed, nothing will stop him from getting his pup back.

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: This was the first story that I had read by this author and had been fascinated when I first read it, now I am the proud owner of all her stories and continue to look for more. So when I found out that this series was going to be put on audio I knew I wanted them. There are some of the normal problems with this story but for me it didn’t take away from my experience at all.

I can tell you that I have listened to this probably at least a dozen or so times. I must say that Darcy is a great narrator but the first time I heard the voice I was not sure. However once I got over the first thought my second thought was I absolutely loved the way Darcy brought the characters to life for me. Made me feel like I was in the room right there with them.

A few years ago Cade started Rescue for Hire and he picked the perfect men for the job. He is the alpha dominate of the group and you can tell just by looking at him that he is one tough man. His heart however is bigger and you can feel it when he sees Bret in the water. You can feel each time he looks at his sweet little man and you can tell the connection is strong with these two.

I absolutely love Bret. He is a quirky little man who is going to keep Bear on his toes that is for sure. He has this mischievous side to him that gets him into trouble, but damn it is worth it. He had been kept prisoner by a crazy man and his boyfriend, it was only till a flood happened that he had no way out.

Being rescued by a sexy bear of a man is a big plus for Bret. He is going to need the big bear because someone is out to get Bret. It will take the whole team to rescue Bret out of this one and you can definitely hear Cade’s tone in this story. He will do everything to get his man back.

I absolutely loved reading this and hearing it was ten times better. I go home and wish that I had it on throughout the night. It also makes me want to start on book two. I loved the way Bellann gives me a story that shows the alpha’s true heart. They love with passion and heat, yet they will put those down who hurt their men. This has been one of my favorite stories from all time.

I loved it and look forward to starting the next story. My attention was captured from the start and kept till the very end. It also gave me everything I could possibly want in a story. Danger, excitement, suspense, passion, fire and hot sex are just a start to what you will get in this story. Although I do wish it was longer than just over two hours. It leaves me wanting more.

I would definitely recommend listening to this audiobook.

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When It's Right by Aria Grace

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Title: When It’s Right
Series: Mile High Romance, #1
Author: Aria Grace
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 212 pages
Publisher: Surrendered Press  (June 26th 2013)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: When Shane Greenly left his home in Casper Mountain, WY, he was leaving more than just the closet. He needed a fresh start to pursue his dream of running a dog training ranch without having to deny who he really is.

Meeting Alex was one of the best things that could have happened to Shane. They were at the beginning of a wonderful relationship when the unthinkable happened and Shane had to leave.

The consequences of his past mistakes could not be hidden any longer.

ISBN: 9781484984536

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Reviewer: Tams

Review: When Alex rushes his dog Stormie to the Vet after she’s injured during a hike, he doesn’t expect the outcome he gets. Alex doesn’t really date, and he’s not into messing around, but if the right guy came along he would gladly settle down. When he meets shy, awkward and adorable Shane Greely, the attraction is mutual and immediate. I mean from the first touch, immediate.

But there are several things standing in the way of their happy ever after. Shane is young, inexperienced and only has one foot out of the closet. Alex is patient and nurturing though, and soon enough the two are steadily moving forward. Then a phone call from home has Shane running back to Wyoming, indefinitely.

I just love this Author and just about everything she writes. Her stories usually have a happy ending, but it’s the journey to that trail that is the fun part. While this is a novella and the story is rushed, there was still a lot of content and a bit of character development, especially for Shane. I can’t say much, as I said it’s a short story and I don’t want to spoil anything for you.

It was a fast, fun, sexy story for sure though, and I definitely recommend it.

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Catch Me If You Can by LB Gregg

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Series: Romano and Albright, #1
Author: LB Gregg
Genre: Contemporary/Romantic Comedy
Length: 128 pages
Publisher: Samhain Publishing (2 March 2010)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: The fear of getting caught is half the fun.

Lowly art gallery assistant Caesar Romano is freely out of the closet. Now he’d just like to get out of his Nana’s guest room. Everything—his reputation and his financial freedom—is riding on the success of tonight’s gallery opening. If only he could shake free of the past so easily.

A mysterious gatecrasher, Dan Green, looks like a promising addition to his pending new life—until Caesar’s ex shows up and suddenly the opening disintegrates into a half-naked dance melee. When the glitter settles, a missing sculpture of Justin Timberlake has Caesar up to his eyebrows in extortion, intrigue and a wild sexual adventure underneath, inside, and on top of a variety of furnishings.

As the cast of suspects pile up, so do the questions. Like who’s really blackmailing whom? And what does a stolen paint-by-numbers clown matter when Dan is so outrageously capable of blowing Caesar’s resistance to smithereens?

This book contains graphic language, sex, lies, intrigue, clowns, kleptomania, anal sex, oral sex, mutual masturbation, bad driving, good cooking, and the missing head of a Justin Timberlake statue. Not for the sour of disposition.

ISBN: 9781605049502

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: Catch Me If You Can is the first book in LB Gregg’s Romano and Albright series.

While I enjoyed it immensely – this hilarious comedy of errors and the most accident prone person who has the weirdest stuff happen to – there were a few things in the story which bugged me.

All the comedy really comes from Caesar, also known as Ce, and the story is being told from his POV. With all the good intentions he is really trying to make his work at an art gallery work – but things just tend to happen to him.

OK, fair enough, he should have called the cops the in the beginning rather than worry about his boss blowing a gasket for doing just that. However, Caesar is completely adorable (both cute and hot, if that makes sense) and when he meets Dan Albright, ex-detective and now a PI, things heat up in a big, bad way between the guys.

So this is one thing that leaves me confused, I was fully invested into Caesar and his never-ending histrionics. But – and this is big – I just didn’t and couldn’t become fully invested into Dan as a main character. Despite being Caesar’s love interest (there could have been more chemistry between them), Dan felt like he was a slightly more important minor character.

The annoying part is that Dan is a fantastic character, it was just that he was used to interpret Caesar’s melodrama to make the story more coherent (though it is easy to follow regardless of melodrama).

Another thing to add, only because I was reading this book soon after listening to a Cracked podcast which discussed this very thing, I became very aware to reaction the other character had with one of the transgender minor characters.

As I heard on the podcast, it felt like the reaction the group of cops had in Ace Venture: Pet Detective had when Ace revealed one of the villains as trans. Speaking about it with a friend, she was deeply offended, but I won’t go into the lengthy explanation she gave me.

Beyond those flaws, in my view, this is funny and zany and convoluted in a pretty pleasing way. It is easy to get lost in the histrionics and melodrama, which for a while allowed me to over look anything that annoyed me in the plot. It’s a fun ride and I’m interested to see what happens next.

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In the Dark by P.G. Forte

7325684Title: In the Dark
Series: Children of Night, # 1
Author: P.G. Forte
Genre: Paranormal & Alternate Worlds / Holiday / Vampires / Suspense Elements
Length: Novel (225 pages)
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (December 8th, 2009)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts
Blurb: When you live forever, you’re bound to make a few mistakes.

1969 San Francisco. World-weary Conrad Quintano should have known better than to fall in love with a human—much less Suzanne Fischer, the barely legal, adventure-seeking hippie beauty known as Desert Rose. And the very last thing he should have agreed to do was to raise her babies and protect them with his life. But even twelve-hundred-year-old master vampires can find it hard to reject a deathbed request—especially when issues of love, guilt and blood are involved.

Present day. Raised in virtual isolation, twins Marc and Julie Fischer have always known they are vampires. But they never knew their parentage—or their unique status in the vampire world—until their “uncle” Damian comes to fetch them home. The family reunion, however, isn’t what they expect. They’re thrust into a world for which they’re totally unprepared. And the father they expected to see, Conrad, is missing.

How to find him…and whom to trust? Solving the mystery of betrayal and vampire family values will prove the Beatles had it right. All you need is love…and an occasional side of blood.

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While reading this book you may experience any of the following, an increased desire to wear flowers in your hair, dress in tie-dye or nap during the day. Other symptoms may include an intolerance to sunlight, an aversion to garlic-flavored tofu and a pronounced urge to bake…or get baked.

ISBN: 978-1-60504-695-2

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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Conrad, a powerful vampire, goes missing and the mystery begins to deepen the further you read. I loved the fact that Damian, Conrad’s love interest, came to his aid even though Conrad had sent him away years before. It showed how much they still cared for one another even centuries later. Loved Damien’s upbeat character.

Suspenseful at times and mysterious this story draws the reader in the ever growing mysteries to find out the end result. The twins Marc and Julie are born vampires and not made vampires, which in this story was not normal. Julie seemed more reserved than her twin Marc who was inquisitive. Their mother was a human woman named Desert Rose who Conrad fell in love with and had children. But she passes away after their birth.

One of things I really liked in this book was that there was no judgment on who you were within this story. So many stories have discrimination and judgment in them regarding who a person is with that it was refreshing not to see it in this story. The atmosphere is dark and mysterious throughout.

Very interesting story with a lot of flashbacks that give insight to the mystery woman even though I thought there were a too many. This story has so many twists and turns that it was hard to keep them straight at times.

It was an intriguing read.

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The Rebuilding Year by Kaje Harper

the-rebuilding-yearTitle: The Rebuilding Year
Series: The Rebuilding Year, # 1
Author: Kaje Harper
Genre: Gay Erotic Romance
Length: Novel (323 pages)
Publisher: Samhain Publishing (March 6th 2012)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Losing nearly everything leaves room for the one thing they can’t live without.

A few excruciating minutes pinned in a burning building cost Ryan Ward his job as a firefighter, the easy camaraderie of his coworkers, his girlfriend, and damn near cost him his left leg. Giving up, though, isn’t an option. Compared to the alternative, choosing a new profession, going back to school and renting a room from the college groundskeeper are simple.

Until he realizes he’s falling in love with his housemate, and things take a turn for the complicated.

John Barrett knows about loss. After moving twice to stay in touch with his kids, he could only watch as his ex-wife whisked them away to California. Offering Ryan a room seems better than rattling around the empty house, but as casual friendship moves to something more, and a firestorm of emotions ignites, the big old house feels like tight quarters.

It’s nothing they can’t learn to navigate, though. But when dead bodies start turning up on campus—and one of the guys is a suspect—their first taste of real love could go up in smoke.

ISBN: 978-1-60928-832-7

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Kaje never disappoints me with her stories. I had read this story when it first come out but hadn’t really thought about it. Then I was reading the blurb for this and thought I want this book. Then I started reading it and it just snapped for me. It was like I know this book and sure enough I did. I remembered every single thing that had happened and it made the same impact now that it had then.

Except that I think I loved it even more now, the thing is when I first read it I was new to the m/m stories. Now I am more in love with the characters and their story.

Ryan had always wanted to be a doctor but when his little brother died fighting fires he changed his plans. For years he did what he did and was glad that he could save people. Then a fired had him pinned and it had almost cost him his leg. Now his decision was to go back to school and do what he had wanted to do in the first place. What he had not expected was to find a guy, rent a room from the guy and start being attracted to the guy. He was straight after all.

John had basically saved Ryan when he took a tumble down the stairs. He had invited Ryan to rent a room from him for several reasons. Ryan took him up on it, and things were going pretty good that is until John kissed him. This, of course, freaked them both out because John is straight, too. Or so they thought any way. All is going pretty good, they are getting use to each other. Than John’s son ran away from home and came straight to his dad. Things are going to get real interesting now, for sure. And on top of all that they have a killer on the loose, and John is looking to be a suspect.

This is a fascinating story and I can’t believe that I had not read it more than once. In fact I want to go read it once more just to catch the guys’ reaction to their first kiss. Two straight guys who fall in love with each other and the heat is up. Their kisses are hot but when they get around to figuring out how to have sex things get even better.

I had a blast reading this and cannot wait to read the next story. Hot sex, sweet gestures, sexy men, excitement, a bit of suspense, action and danger is just a part of what you get in this book. It gave me everything I could want in a story and kept my attention all the way to the end.

I would recommend reading this story. I have read a few stories by Kaje, but this is my favorite of them all. They are written with the author’s heart all the way through it. It has a serious tone to it and has some funny moments in it which to me makes it even better. I had a blast and look forward to reading more by this amazing author.

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Two for the Price of One by Kimberly Hunter

19194565Title: Two for the Price of One
Author: Kimberly Hunter
Genre: MMF Ménage
Length: Novella (93 Pages)
Publisher: Kimberly Hunter (August 1st, 2013)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Alexandria Eastland never thought to find herself divorced.

Two years later, she’s tired of mourning her loss and being alone. It’s time to move on, to live again. Only she has no idea that decision will change her life in more ways than one.

Jared Kingston and Kai Stone have everything they could possibly want in their relationship. Except a woman to share it with. When Jared and Kai meet Alexandria at the local fetish club, they know they have found their third.
Alexandria isn’t so sure.

Getting her heart broken by one man was hard enough, two would be devastating.

But Jared and Kai won’t give up; they know that Alexandria is the one.

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Reviewer: Gini

Review: We Meet Kai and Jared who are in a relationship, but feel that they are missing something from their life. They have been looking for the perfect women to bring in to their relationship and so far they are not working out for them. Alexandria is older women, divorce and has a college age son.

When her friends tell her they are taking her to a fetish club that is open only for that weekend, Alexandria meets with Kai and Jared.
Will they be able to get past the age differences? Alexandria get over her complex about her body shape.

Would recommended this book if you are looking for a great short ménage read

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Benjamin Pepperwhistle and the Fantabulous Circus of Wonders by Cornelia Grey

21449331Title: Benjamin Pepperwhistle and the Fantabulous Circus of Wonders
Series: Weight of a Gun
Author: Cornelia Grey
Genre: Historical Romance
Length: Novella (65 Pages)
Publisher: Storm Moon Press (March 13th, 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 4 ½ Hearts
Blurb: Benjamin Pepperwhistle has one overriding desire: to handle the glorious machinery that is a gun. So when he decides to run away to join the circus, its only natural that he should seek out the legendary pistoleer, Cole Beauchamp, and beg to be his assistant. Life in the circus has definite ups and downs, but as Benjamin settles in to his role, he finds that some perks are even better than he’d anticipated.

ISBN: 978-1-62757-095-4

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Reviewer: Zack

Review: Benjamin Pepperwhistle chases his dreams of working with world-famous pistoleer Cole Beauchamp and runs away to join him in the circus in this sharp, visceral novella. The smart writing harkens back to a time when the circus was the greatest show on earth, when feats of prowess and skill marveled crowds across the land.

Benjamin stars as the leading man in search of a home, a place, a tribe with those who are his people. He’s timid and shy, unsure of what he’ll find as he discovers more about himself than he ever thought he would. Cole Beauchamp stands his opposite: confident, strong, intelligent and brooding. Will the pair bond over the smoke and thunder call of the pistols?

Let me preface this by saying: I don’t like guns. I’m not wholly against them, I just don’t like them and they make me nervous. But boy howdy did this novella make me see guns in a different light. The entire story serves as a build of the tension felt by Benjamin – it’s sexual and electric as he handles the guns — cleaning them, loading them, shooting until every last bullet has been spent.

The story featured hardly any explicitly sexual scenes, yet every page I turned was filled with a thrumming tension built and then released and then built higher. I need a cold shower just thinking about it.

The writing is incredibly tight and strong, with even side characters feeling fleshed out and real. Grey draws on each of your senses as she leads you down a rabbit hole to a world that’s just this side of fantasy, a world you’ve always wondered about but never really seen. The circus as it was in its heyday has fascinated many authors and readers alike, and this novella makes a strong addition to the genre.

I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys good writing and sweltering sexual tension – though you may not want to read it at work! It may make it quite difficult to concentrate.

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A Pirate's Life for Me Book One: Captain & First Mate by Tricia Owens

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Title: A Pirate’s Life for Me Book One: Captain & First Mate
Series: Pirates of Anteros, #1
Author: Tricia Owens
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novella (100 pages)
Publisher: Tricia Owens (23 Jan 2012)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5Hearts
Blurb: After breaking up with his girlfriend, Lucas is eager to get away from reminders of their failed relationship so he answers an ad to join a pirate show in the Caribbean. What he doesn’t learn until he gets there is that there are two shows: one gay and one straight, and he’s been hired for the gay show.

Determined to stay, Lucas vows to ‘play gay’, but he hasn’t counted on becoming the target of the show’s pirate captain, Adam, and his first mate and lover, Tyler. Adam will only let Lucas stay in the show if he plays by Adam’s rules. But Adam wants more than a good performance from Lucas, he wants Lucas to surrender to an attraction he’s about to learn he can’t resist.


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Reviewer: Prime

Review: This is a very sexy, very erotic story which kicks off the 3-book series, Pirates of Anteros. However, I am left with very mixed feelings between liking and loving this one.

This is about Lucas. He’s a straight dude who is desperate to find a job to get him away from Chicago and his ex-girlfriend. The job he gets ends up being adult entertainment for a gay pirate crew. There he meets a group of men, including Adam, the captain and Tyler, the first mate and the main crew for the pirate performance.

There were a number of elements that I really liked about this book. I liked the steamy sex and the general all-around erotic feel of the entire story. The sexual tension and attraction is also excellent. Lucas is desperate to keep his job so reading about a very straight man try to be gay, was somewhat entertaining, though he quickly finds himself fighting attraction.

The secondary characters also are wonderful on the whole. All the characters are very fleshed out (Tyler is a right proper bitch) and you can tell that there is depth to these guys. This, though, leads me to what I really did not like.

Firstly, I didn’t feel the flow of a complete story with a beginning, middle and end. This is more like the first half of a book – or maybe the first third since this is the first book in the series. I suppose you can say that there is a beginning and middle, but there is no proper ending. Yes, you have to go to the next book because things are just left hanging, but even books in a series tie up some minor loose ends and leave the major storyline as a cliff hanger.

Okay, that rant went longer than I expected. Just a couple more points I want to make. This entire story is predicated on a straight man “finding himself”. I have to admit that I found myself disturbed by it somewhat. It didn’t feel like it was a big, fun epiphany for Lucas, it seemed like he was dragged from the bisexual closet kicking and screaming and by the end of it he still wasn’t comfortable (I know, going back to my former rant).

So we get to some of the erotica. Perhaps I am too sensitive, but some of the sexual-play involving Lucas, because he is kicking and screaming, feels like he is forever avoiding being raped. Maybe it would be easier to comprehend if the story felt more complete but the fact that Lucas doesn’t have any form of resolution when it comes to his newly discovered sexuality made me uncomfortable at points.

Regardless of my misgivings, this is fun and sexy and I wouldn’t mind finding out what happens to Lucas. I just want to be able to read him finally comfortable in his own skin, perhaps even a bit of a HEA.

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Mighty Casey by Willa Okati

wo_mightycaseyTitle: Might Casey
Series: Might Casey
Author: Willa Okati
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Novella (115 pages)
Publisher: Loose Id (May 28th, 2013)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Reviewer: RG
Blurb: The only thing extroverted Nate loves more than baseball is his quiet, reserved Casey. The feeling’s mutual, thanks–but it isn’t all fun and games. A wedding planner, Casey’s booked solid during the summer months and thanks to a certain poem about the Mudville Nine, cringes at the thought of ball games. Fair’s fair–with seven older sisters who redefined “wedding drama”, Nate freezes at the thought of tying the knot. Casey might wish things were different, but he wouldn’t trade Nate, his big heart, or his skills between the sheets for a wedding worthy of a Rockefeller.

After losing a strip poker bet, Casey’s promised forfeit is spending a full day at a softball tournament. He’s sure there’s more going on than a simple sports wager and wonders what Nate’s up to, but he’s curious enough to jump in and commit. And so, finally, is Nate, who’s planning a surprise involving an engagement ring and a proposal from the pitcher’s mound.

But things don’t go quite according to scheme for the odd couple when Nate takes his lover out to the ball game. And who knows what might happen when Casey’s called up to bat?

ISBN: 9781623003180

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Review: I went in with little to no expectations as I have never read a book by Willa Okati. What transpired was a story I wished was longer because not only were the MC’s well-rounded and interesting, most of the secondary character were also.

Casey is a wedding planner who dislikes baseball and softball because of the poem Mighty Casey at bat. He is in love with Nate, who absolutely loves sports. And Nate with 7 older sisters has a strong dislike of all things wedding related. Losing a bet on strip poker, Casey has to Spend all day at a softball tournament that Nate organized and is playing in.

Casey honors his commitment and attend, with the suspicion that there is more going on than just a softball tournament. He is given a box of Poppernutter, a cracker jack like snack, to hold onto, with the proviso that if he enjoys himself at the tournament he has to open the box and eat it.

Nate is giving hints that he is maybe losing his dislike of wedding enough to marry Casey.

Some of the secondary characters who make this book even more memorable and fun are Mimi, a petite, personality packed, softball dynamo with a wicked sense of humor, Kenneth, gay and geeky in a cute way, and Roger, a former semi-pro player who is attracted to Kenneth, who is also the captain of the opposing team in the championship game. When Kenneth is injured in the championship game of the tournament.

The Proposal and the Wedding scenes on the pitcher’s mound are not to be missed. The hardest part was the belief that anyone could have as much sex as Casey and Nate did that day and still have the energy to play in a tournament.

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