5.0
20 Oct

Release Blitz, Review Tour, Review and Giveaway: Improper Fraction by V. L. Locey

Giveaway

Garrison is desperate to make things right with his childhood friend, but can O’Malley, still nursing the pain and mistrust of Garrison’s betrayal, ever forgive or love Garrison again?

18 Oct
5.0
17 Oct

Review: Last Marine Standing by RJ Scott

GLBTQ Romance

When the people you trusted turn on you, when you are the last one standing, should you take your secrets to the grave? Or make the murderers pay?

5.0
15 Oct

Review: Cover Up by L.A. Witt

GLBTQ Romance

Out Now! After ten years of blissful marriage, Navy Pilot Nate Chandler is divorcing his cheating husband. Single for the first time in years, Nate is numb to all emotion and kisses any chance of another relationship goodbye.

5.0
11 Oct

Review: Single Dad Plus One by JJ Knight (Deanna Roy)

Romance

My bride-to-be, Arianna, wants to meet my parents.
But…they live in a trailer. Dad thinks Playboy T-shirts are classy because the naked women are silhouettes. Mom has a tattoo of a dog humping a palm tree. I don’t think either one has said a sentence without an f-bomb since 1985.

5.0
10 Oct

Review: The Alpha Prince by Victoria Sue

Excerpts

“Par se te vuta,” Justice whispered. His voice low and pained. “You are my life,” Cashel murmured in wonder. Justice clutched him tightly. “We have so much to talk about.” Cashel smiled. His life. His heart. Vuta in Askaran meant both. Was Justice saying he loved him?

5.0
09 Oct

Release Blitz, Review & Giveaway: His Convenient Husband by Robin Covington

Excerpts

He ran his hands over his lover’s back, over the hard globes of his ass. Over the fabric at first and then underneath the waistband and over the smooth skin hidden there.

5.0
08 Oct

Review: An Unsuitable Heir by K. J. Charles

GLBTQ Romance

A private detective finds passion, danger, and the love of a lifetime when he hunts down a lost earl in Victorian London.

5.0
07 Oct

Review: Tender with a Twist by Annabeth Albert

Giveaway

“He was everything I hadn’t let myself acknowledge missing, let alone needing, but I did. Tightly locked, hidden places inside my soul soaked in his attention, barren soil that had stopped even waiting for rain.”