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Release Day Review – You Had Me at Hero by Michael P. Thomas
You Had Me at Hero by Michael P. Thomas

Synopsis When seventeen-year-old Mark Potts fell from a balcony, he lost both the use of his legs and any faith in heroes. Now twenty-nine, he’s long-since come to terms with his injury. His job provides more opportunities for eye-rolling than for riding to anybody’s rescue, but with two kids to bring up, he barely has […]


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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – Kiss and Ride by Teodora Kostova
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Title: Kiss & Ride Author: Teodora Kostova Genre: Gay Romance, Contemporary, Christmas/Holiday Romance Synopsis What happens when you meet the right guy at the wrong time? When Vincent Alesi’s estranged father dies, he gets on the first plane from New York city to Rome to be at the memorial service. Even if he has to […]


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Fresh Release #Review – Sunchaser by Beryll & Osiris Brackhaus
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Smilodon Pride, Book Two Genre: Paranormal, Adventure Length: Novel Synopsis Roan has pretended to be a human for long enough. He needs to get out of town and roam the land, as any proper werecat should. The last thing he wants is his conscience insisting he should save an abused werewolf from a traveling circus […]


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Blog Tour #Review and #Giveaway – Good Boys by Keelan Ellis
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Title: Good Boys Series: The Solomon Series, Book One Author: Keelan Ellis Genre: Gay Fiction, Detective, Mystery Length: Novel Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing Synopsis Paul Solomon is a homicide detective in Baltimore, a city with a high murder rate and a complicated relationship between the police and the citizens they are sworn to protect. He’s […]


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Mini Blog Tour #Review & #Giveaway: The Haunting of Angus Macgregor by L.J. Harris
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Synopsis Angus Macgregor has endured a lot in life. Mother passing when he was a small child, he also nursed an ill father to his last breath. But when he loses his one remaining relative, an uncle he’s never met, his existence is turned on its head forever. Bequeathed Clan Gregor Castle in the Scottish […]


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Mini Blog Tour #Review and #Giveaway – Surfacing by A.L. Bates
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Title: Surfacing Author: A.L. Bates Series: The Ariel Series, Book Two Genre: Gay Romance, Science Fiction Length: Novella Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing Synopsis A few weeks following the events that concluded DEEP, Book One: The Ariel Series, Captain Joel Riley is struggling to adjust to his new relationship with his medic, Sean, and when a […]


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Blog Tour #Review & #Giveaway – Priest and Pariahs by Mann Ramblings
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Title: Priest and Pariahs Author: Mann Ramblings Series: Ship Logs of the Santa Claus, Book Three Genre: Gay Romance, Science Fiction Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing Synopsis – Priest and Pariahs Ship Logs of the Santa Claus, Book Three Costa McQuillen is a Pariah, a para-human with tech empathic abilities who has escaped from Earth, where […]


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Mini Blog Tour #Review & #Giveaway: Jeremy’s Story by Ned Ericcson
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Everyone has a story. Dealing with HIV, high school bullies, and new found feelings. That is Jeremy’s Story. Synopsis Jeremy is a teenager with a terrible past. He has to live with its consequences for the rest of his life. There is hope. He’s found a new family, a new life, and a new school. […]


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Blog Tour #Review and #Giveaway – Royal Surrender by Perci T. Brooks

strong>Title: Royal Surrender Author: Perci T. Brooks Genre: Gay Romance, Urban Fantasy Length: Novella Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing Synopsis Prince Amory longs to find his true love. Néstor Awada wants to be a servant no longer. Both yearn to find the man with whom they could fall in love. Each doubts their dream will come […]


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Book Review: Cookies by Teodora Kostova

Synopsis I went to war, running away from myself. I came back in pieces to find out who I really was… It took me nearly ten years, two tours in Afghanistan and losing a leg to come to terms with who I really am. Two years after coming back from war, I can say that […]


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