Friday, March 29, 2013

Review of Something New Under the Sun by L.A. Witt

L.A. Witt
Something New Under the Sun (Falling Sky #2)
Riptide Publishing | January 21, 2013 | 212 pages

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

Liam Lansing is heir to a prominent family of bio-modified vampires. That is, until he chooses the wrong lover and is cast down to the Gutter to scrape for his life.
Daniel Harding is heir to Cybernetix and a prince of the corporate Sky. That is, until his ideology drives his father to put a price on his head, forcing him into the Gutter.
But Daniel and Liam won’t vanish meekly into the smog. Together, they plan to rip open the hidden corruption that runs the Sky—for vengeance, for justice, and for hope.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Review of Sinner’s Gin by Rhys Ford

Rhys Ford
Sinner’s Gin 
Dreamspinner Press, December 24, 2012 | 260 pages

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

There’s a dead man in Miki St. John’s vintage Pontiac GTO, and he has no idea how it got there.
After Miki survives the tragic accident that killed his best friend and the other members of their band, Sinner’s Gin, all he wants is to hide from the world in the refurbished warehouse he bought before their last tour. But when the man who sexually abused him as a boy is killed and his remains are dumped in Miki’s car, Miki fears Death isn’t done with him yet.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Review of How To Save A Life by Sloan Parker

Sloan Parker
How To Save A Life (The Haven, #1)
Loose Id, January 15, 2013 | 378 pages, 111,000+ words

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

Reporter Kevin Price has a knack for tripping over his own feet. And everyone else's. He's in over his head undercover at the Haven, a swanky gay sex club, determined to find out why members of the club keep vanishing. Five minutes inside and he can no longer deny the truth about his sexuality. He turns to the one man he can't get out of his head, the sexy ex-cop handling security. Too bad Kevin doesn't trust cops. Not since the only night he let himself be with another man.
Walter Simon doesn't do the club scene anymore. Not since he found love and lost it. That doesn't mean he'll let anyone hurt more innocent gay men. Even if that means going head-to-head with the klutzy, closeted, much-younger reporter. Kevin has information about the disappearances. Better to keep him close. And safe.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Review of The Green-Eyed Monster by Melanie Tushmore

Melanie Tushmore
The Green-Eyed Monster (Crucifox, #1)
Storm Moon Press, March 1, 2013 | 99,000 words

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

Sky Somers is an ex-traveler; the son of a folk musician and a new age hippy. Sky's form of rebellion is electric guitars, and he wants his own band. His desire is to set the world to rights through music. Brandon Cruikshank is new to London, recently arrived from Glasgow. Charismatic, charming; a natural born performer. Brandon is openly bisexual, with a penchant for dressing in women's clothes. His desire is to be adored.
From the moment Sky meets Brandon, he knows he has to have him. Brandon, in turn, wants Sky. But that's when it becomes clear they both have very different desires in mind.

Friday, March 8, 2013

Lis’ Review of Taming the Bander by Summer Devon

Summer Devon
Taming the Bander
Samhain Publishing, February 26, 2013 | 213 pages

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

He thought he had nothing left to lose…until he lost his heart.
Jake will be forever grateful to the man who rescued him and brought him to an animal preserve to live. It’s the perfect home for a bander, a type of shifter known to be notoriously taciturn. Now Jake runs the place, and he’s content with the hard truth that he’ll always be alone.
Summer visitors are a necessary evil. And Vaughn Prentiss is exactly the sort of tourist that gets on Jake’s last nerve. A happy-go-lucky, carefree, trust-fund baby.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Series Spotlighted: College Fun and Gays by Erica Pike

Erica Pike's College Fun and Gays is a series of short stories. Each story is independent of the others and covers a deep issue. So far I've read four of the five stories and enjoyed them very much as hot short reads with interesting topics. The fifth story has yet to be released.
I really like Erica Pike's writing style, which I first came across in her novel A Life Without You (you can find my review here). Her characters are three-dimensional and can be pictured very easily, even when they only feature in one of her short stories. Additionally, her stories always have something memorable embedded which make them stand out from the rest. Let's take a closer look:

Hot Hands (College Fun and Gays #1)
No Boundaries Press, January 4, 2012 | 28 pages | Buy link

Friday, March 1, 2013

March M/M Releases I Look Forward To

March appears to become another good month for M/M romance lovers. There are many anticipated releases on my list. Here’s a selection:

Release date: Mar 01, 2013

Adam Challoner was born a member of the wealthy elite, but he can’t forget that his power and comfort come from the suffering of the vast underclass—people oppressed by the very regime that keeps him safe. Living with that knowledge is uncomfortable to say the least. When Adam meets Remy Stone, his discomfort becomes intolerable.
Get in, seduce his target, give him all he c...more

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