09 Dec

Release Blitz and Review: Regifted by DJ Jamison

GLBTQ Romance

Out Now! Three great holiday stories for one low price.

03 Dec

Release Blitz & Giveaway: Inseparable by Sloan Johnson


Out Now!
Trevor and Gabe never knew life without the other. As only children, they grew up as close as brothers, but their love grew to something more. Something they couldn’t talk about because their parents wouldn’t understand.

01 Dec

Release Blitz / Review Tour/ Excerpt / Giveaway: Deep Edge by RJ Scott & V.L. Locey


One man’s passion, another man’s lies. Can love fix even the darkest of hearts?

23 Nov

Review & Series Review: Texas Gift & Texas Series by RJ Scott


“For every reader who wanted to find out what happened to Jack, Riley, and their family.” RJ Scott

20 Nov

Release Blitz, Excerpt, Review & Giveaway: Yours for the Holiday by DJ Jamison


He was Derek’s little brother. Totally forbidden fruit. But tasty, I bet.

13 Nov

Review Tour & Giveaway: Alpha Chef by Sue Brown


“Stay down!” Riordan snapped. “Someone’s firing at us.”
Greg’s muscles locked in place. “Where?”
“I don’t know. We’re sheltered by the table and the wall, but until I can get a fix on the shooter I don’t know whether it’ll stay that way.”

11 Nov

Review: Santa Baby by Blair Babylon

Contemporary Romance

“You wasted?” he asked because he always checked on that.
She said, “I hereby certify that I am not impaired and consent to sexual intercourse with you. Now fuck me like a rock star.”

07 Nov

Review: Alpha Barman by Sue Brown

GLBTQ Romance

Jake watched the tic jump under Mitch’s left eye, a sure sign he was angry. “You know the risks. Why are you being so damn stupid?”
“He stole everything from me,” Jake said. “He’s not having my bar, too.”
The tic jumped uncontrollably for a few seconds. “He didn’t steal me… us. You were the one who threw that away.”

06 Nov

Release Blitz, Giveaway, Excerpt and Review: Wheels Up by Annabeth Albert


I’m not sure how much longer I can do this. Dread, sick and sharp, pierced him right in the gut. He simply wasn’t prepared for dealing with this avalanche of emotions, this overwhelming need to ensure Wes’s safety. He’d done his duty for well over a decade now, and never, not once, had he been as freaked out as he was right then. Something’s got to give.