ARC Review: Play It Again by Aidan Wayne

Title: Play It Again Author: Aidan Wayne Publisher: Carina Press – HARLEQUIN Publication Date: April 22, 2019 Genre: Romance, LGBTQ Format: eBook, Print Length:  69,000 Words / 288 Pages Rating: 3- Stars   synopsis The videos are fun. But it’s the host who has him coming back for more… When Seattle-based blind YouTuber Dovid Rosenstein finds Sam Doyle’s […]

ARC Review: The Promise of Us (Sanctuary Sound #2) by Jamie Beck

Title: The Promise of Us (Sanctuary Sound #2) Author: Jamie Beck Publisher: Montlake Romance Publication Date: April 9, 2019 Genre: Romance, Contemporary Format: eBook, Print Length:  320 Pages Rating: 3- Stars   synopsis They couldn’t be more different…or more completely perfect for each other. Claire McKenna knows about loss. The bullet wound that ended her promising professional tennis […]

Review: Blood from A Stoner by L.A. Witt

Title: Blood from A Stoner Author: L.A. Witt Publisher: Self-published Publication Date: October 18, 2017 Genre: MM Romance, Paranormal Format: eBook Length:  117 Pages Rating: 3 Stars   synopsis Greg Dawson’s not sure which he regrets more—becoming a vampire or becoming a software engineer. Immortality? Not all it’s cracked up to be. The job? Way more headache than […]

ARC Review: Arctic Sun (Frozen Hearts #1) by Annabeth Albert

Title: Arctic Sun (Frozen Hearts #1) Author: Annabeth Albert Publisher: Carina Press – HARLEQUIN Publication Date: April 1, 2019 Genre: MM Romance, Mystery/Suspense Format: eBook, Print Length:  95,000 Words / 384 Pages Rating: 3.5 Stars rounded Up   synopsis Everything’s bigger in Alaska, especially the HEAs. Annabeth Albert kicks off the brand-new Frozen Hearts series with Arctic Sun, […]

ARC Review: Copper Creek (Sawyer’s Ferry #3) by Cate Ashwood

Title: Copper Creek (Sawyer’s Ferry #3) Author: Cate Ashwood Publisher: Self-publishing Publication Date: March 25, 2019 Genre: MM Romance, Contemporary Format: eBook Rating: 4 Stars   synopsis Frankie: My life sucks. After spending a year jobless and on the edge of becoming homeless, I’d officially reached a level of desperation that, even if I wasn’t completely broke, retail […]