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Spooky! Once you go Demon by Sean Michael

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Blurb
There’s a shift of power happening in Hell, and nothing will ever be the same.

Kerr has been with High Demon Horatio’s household since his age of majority. A natural submissive pleasure demon, for the last seven years he has been untouched by his master Horatio and his job has morphed into a more managerial role. Still, it’s a shock when goons from Master Belial’s house arrive at his doorstep to inform him he’s been sold and his new master expects him to come immediately.

Lost by Horatio in a card game, Kerr finds himself in the Belial household, where Ceris, Master of the Harem, takes Kerr under his wing. Kerr is not only honored and used as he was made to be, but he is given a newly acquired demon, Harmony, as his own to train. The three pleasure demons have a rocky start, but they have all the time in Hell to figure out how to work together, and it isn’t long before they begin to care for one another.

Meanwhile, Belial has waited for thousands of years for Horatio to admit he’s actually a submissive. When it appears that’s never going to happen, Belial arranges for his best friend to lose a card game in which he’s offered himself as the prize. Horatio can’t believe Belial would do this for him, but the council puts their seal of approval on the bet, and he has no choice but to offer himself to Belial, who immediately gets to work convincing Horatio that he’ll be so much happier as Belial’s sub.

Will Kerr and Horatio find joy in their places in the Belial household? Only time will tell

Review
Phew, they certainly need a demonic libido to keep up with each other! Kerr is a submissive pleasure demon but when he is moved to his new master’s house he is a bit out of practice. Well of course there is only one thing to do about that and it is Ceris’s pleasure to do so. The fun starts from page four and doesn’t stop.
There are two stories running along side each other in this book. There is Belial’s sneaky pursuit of his friend Horatio. Both of them are High Master Demons but Belial is convinced Horatio is really a bottom. Horatio has been denying his nature all his life and now he’s in the position he has always dreamed of but his pride will not let him accept it. The other story is in the Belial’s harem with Ceris, Kerr and Harmony. Poor Harmony brought low by defaulting on a loan now finds himself a pleasure slave, a very reluctant and virginal one. Kerr has to train Harmony in his new position in the household. And both have to pleasure Ceris. What I like about Sean Michael is that there is always love in the relationship. The submissive is always cared for. I must admit I was a bit surprised by the epilogue.
If you are into BDSM with a lot of hot action and a touch of plot this could be just for you.

4 of stars out of 5

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The Heir Apparent byTere Michael

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Dreamspinner Press
https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/the-heir-apparent-by-tere-michaels-8922-

Blurb

The heir apparent to a vast international company, Henry Walker has focused his entire life on pleasing his cold and distant father, a futile effort that’s left him no time for life, love, or making his own decisions. He has just one friend—one dirty little secret—Archie Banks. Raised on the Walker estate alongside Henry, Archie is now Henry’s driver, bodyguard… and occasional lover. Archie is loyal, but he’s about to graduate from college and has plans for his life that don’t include living every moment at the beck and call of Henry’s father. Not even for Henry.

With no warning, a shocking kidnapping leads to tragedy and chaos, thrusting Henry and Archie into a dramatic struggle that threatens them individually and as a couple. Can they find a way to heal the hurt of the past, save the company that is Henry’s birthright, and find a future together?

Review

After starting I remembered reading a previously released copy of this book and my view of it then remains the same. Then, like now, I was attracted by the title and the blurb. Henry puts on an act, he projects the kind of person he thinks his father wants him to be. To this end he comes across as snooty and cold when with his Father and in the business setting but is a lot kinder with the other people in his life. It took me awhile to understand this because in the beginning he seems to treat Archie as just another employee, albeit one with benefits. Archie is very loyal to Henry but is carving out a new life away from the Walker Estate. They certainly didn’t seem like friends who had known each other since childhood and definitely not lovers.
I quite liked the suspense angle. Initially I thought it could be one of two people but that was quickly narrowed down, so the hook was there and kept me reading to see if I had guessed correctly and more importantly why. Although to be honest it’s not one of those stories that does try to keep you guessing it did become pretty obvious after a while. I was happy to see Archie’s protective side come out more and the kidnapping make both of them realise what they have got. I’m glad Henry comes to his senses about Archie’s future in the end. This is a good solid story with a lovely happy for now ending. Worth reading if you like suspense romance.

3 of stars out of 5

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Spooky Review: Jazz Singer Audiobook by Nya Rawlyns Narrated by Michael Ferraiuolo

Audible Link

https://www.audible.com/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/Acid-Jazz-Singer-Audiobook/B075FFHHBP/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1506531207&sr=1-1

Blurb
Her name was RayLee. They called her the Acid Jazz Singer, her sultry voice mesmerizing human and demon alike. She’d been running for three years from her maker and only Travis McKenzie stood between her and the darkness that had become her life.
Travis hunted the hit squads of demons and paid lip service to the sheriff of the city. The half-blood had gifts of the magic shifting kind – and something more. It made him a stone cold killer and the only thing that mattered in his life was safeguarding the woman he was falling in love with.
The singer and the protector had a history. But that history changed when a southern bigot vamp turned Travis’ friend into a travesty – neither man, nor woman – but both. Travis fell hard for the trans known as RayLee. He was having a harder time dealing with his best friend, Ray.
Then the game changes, and Travis and Ray have to rely on an assassin with a secret agenda and uncertain loyalties.
Vladimira was the oldest of her kind, an enforcer – a gun for hire to the highest bidder. Vamp, human, demon. It didn’t matter. It was all about the job – until the stakes changed and she found a reason to care.
When the demon comes to claim Ray, Travis must walk through the bowels of hell to save the only being on earth he cares about.
The problem is – who is going to save Travis from himself?

Review

To be honest I’m not sure I would have chosen this audiobook book myself but after listening to it I would have missed out on a fantastic story. I was so caught up in what happens to Ray/RayLee and Travis that I had to know what happens next. The story kept up a good pace but the flashback sections did leave me a little confused at times and I had to listen to that bit again. But the journey is so worth it. Travis never seems to get a break and it makes an exciting story.
I applaud the unique characters created by Nya Rawlyns. They inspired so many feelings in me. There were times I loved them, hated them, felt sorry and angry and cried for them. I felt for RayLee trapped partway through transition, never being able to finally be who she is. And Travis having difficulty understanding his feelings for him/her. Into the mix comes a Vampire for hire. Is she after Ray/RayLee or Travis? More questions and suspense. This is a superb start to the series and I am eager for the next part.

Michael Ferraiuolo’s excellent narration along with the detailed descriptions made such a vivid picture. The story is told from Travis’s point of view and Michael Ferraiuolo’s characterisation of him really brings him alive. I also liked the defined switch between Ray and RayLee. If you like action and suspense with a touch of romance I absolutely recommend listening to Acid Jazz Singer

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Family Man by Heidi Cullinan & Marie Sexton

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Dreamspinner Presents
https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/family-man-by-heidi-cullinan-and-marie-sexton-8839-b

Blurb

Sometimes family chooses you.

At forty, Vincent “Vinnie” Fierro is still afraid to admit he might be gay—even to himself. It’ll be a problem for his big, fat Italian family. Still, after three failed marriages, it’s getting harder to ignore what he really wants.

Vinnie attempts some self-exploration in Chicago’s Boystown bars, far from anyone who knows him. Naturally, he runs smack into someone from the neighborhood.

Between working two jobs, going to school, taking care of his grandmother, and dealing with his mother’s ongoing substance abuse, Trey Giles has little time for fun, let alone dating someone who swears he’s straight. Yet after one night of dancing cheek-to-cheek, Trey agrees to let Vinnie court him and see if he truly belongs on this side of the fence—though Trey intends to keep his virginity intact.

It seems like a solid plan, but nothing is simple when family is involved. When Vinnie’s family finds out about their relationship, the situation is sticky enough, but when Trey’s mother goes critical, Vinnie and Trey must decide whose happiness is most important—their families’ or their own.

Review

I love this book. Have re-read several times. I don’t know if it resonates with me especially, if, like Vinnie, I too was late to the party of realizing who I really am or if it just such a great story by such talented writers that it would resonate with anyone.

At almost 40, with 3 ex-wives, a huge catholic Italian family and countless jobs behind him, plumber Vinnie Fierro suddenly realises that he might be gay. This assumption is not as outlandish as that sentence may look, there are reasons, believe me…
Testing the theory by going to a gay bar leads to a meeting with a local from his neighborhood, Trey Giles, a 25 year old college student, with so much on his plate that he has no time for dating and no desire to sleep around, until he finds ‘someone special’. With sex off the table, the two are free to explore being in a relationship and being intimate with out any pressure from either side.

There a truckload of angsty issues, this book could easily have veered off into very heavy territory, but despite the Vinnies fear of coming out and being abandoned by his family, and poor Trey’s mess of a life with two jobs, college and looking after an aging grandmother and a raging alcoholic for a mother, it somehow manages to stay pretty light and feel good.

I have re-read it several times, still love it and I’ll be the first in line when it’s released in audiobook format. I only have very minor niggles about it and one of them is the request for Hank’s story from the authors. There must be a story to tell there!
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place (London Lads #5) by Clare London

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https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/between-a-rock-and-a-hard-place-by-clare-london-8817-b

Blurb

Second Edition

Garry’s at the end of his tether. He’s waiting at Glasgow Airport to meet his friend Will, on their way to a holiday in a Scottish Highlands hotel. Now there’s a ten-hour delay to incoming flights, the seat in the lounge is more like an instrument of torture, and he’s beyond tired of airport food.

He’s also dreading having to apologise for the pass he recently made at Will, his colleague at a London bank, under the influence of too many beers and a long-held crush. Now Will’s been offered a new job offer on a continent thousands of miles away, Garry realises it may be the end of their close friendship—let alone anything more.

To add to Garry’s stress, he’s treated to the company of Emily and Max, two young people who think he needs educating in the ways of the world. Struggling with their well-meaning help and the startling mess from spilled ketchup and noxious-smelling sweets, he’s encouraged to re-examine how he feels about Will and to decide what kind of journey he’d really like them to take together.

First Edition published by Amber Quill Press/Amber Allure, 2010.

Review

This is great as a standalone and a super cute book!

Garry and Will have been friends for years, but it’s only now that they are re-examining their relationship.

Most of the book is done is flashbacks, but it’s done well. Garry meets some adorable kids who help him to examine his feelings and it’s both touching and sweet.

Highly recommended as either part of the series or on it’s own.

4.5 of 5 stars

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Audiobook: Chase the Ace by Clare London Narrated by Seb Yarrick

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Dreamspinner Presents

https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/chase-the-ace-by-clare-london-8725-b

Blurb

2nd Edition
A London Lads Story

Newly single in his late twenties and bored with his quiet life in a London suburb, Daniel Cross soon discovers the lure of social media. Excited at the chance of tracking down his old mates from a schooldays sports club, he launches a personal quest to find out what kind of man each boy has become.
Dan’s first mistake is chatting online to a complete stranger—friending the wrong Carson brother on Facebook. But Nick Carson isn’t offended and offers to accompany Dan on the trip to find the others. It’s the first step to friendship and something more for both of them.
For Dan, the reunions with the “Gang of Four” range from startling and heartening to disturbing. Nick’s company is a constant support, though neither of them are prepared for the exposure of personal secrets they’d thought long hidden. Dan begins to suspect he’s really looking for a direction in his own life—and the excitement and purpose he craves may be closer to home than a quest with its roots in a boyhood dream.
First Edition published by Amber Quill Press/Amber Allure, 2012.

Review

Strangely, I’ve read three of the five books in the series, and only just now read this one – the first! I’ve been really enjoying the others in the series, and they don’t seem to rely upon any prior knowledge from other books – though some of the MCs do meander through now and again.

I was really, really surprised by this story, for more than one reason.

First, the other books focused primarily on one set of MCs and – though there are others involved – the stories don’t tend to really include them beyond their immediate interactions with the MCs. In this story we have the main story of Nick and Dan and their slow burn love story – but we also get three other stories – all very different – of the guys Dan had known as a boy. (More on this later.)

Second, the other stories are really funny and light hearted and though this started out as a “meet/cute” wrong guy/right place kind of story – it ended up feeling quite somber and heavy than it began or how the others in the series felt.

Third, I’d thought that this book would hold maybe a beginning account of some of the other MCs in the future books of the series, but it doesn’t. Dan’s boyhood friends aren’t the other MCs despite their very interesting stories to tell.

I have to admit that if I’d been reading this, I might have been tempted to either skim or not finish it. I’d also have been reluctant to look at others in the series because this one didn’t really keep my attention very well. (I’m really glad I read these out of order!)

The romance between Nick and Dan was slow building then quickly took a left into dark and domineering and then swerved again into weirdly secret and kind of bizarre. I won’t give any spoilers but I was constantly surprised by how their relationship developed and not always pleasantly so.

The original “quest” – Dan’s desire to meet with a group of boys he knew one summer – felt odd to me right from the start. I wasn’t sure that having known these guys for one summer would leave such a lasting impression. We get a bit more explanation as the story winds up but I’m still not sure why Dan felt so strongly about taking this trip.

The nature of the quest – stopping to meet these men – helped to give the story a rather disjointed and bumpy feel – we meet – briefly – three other men – hear their unique stories – and then move on. It was disconcerting. If they’d continued in their own stories it might have made sense, but since they don’t it felt kind of strange. I get that the “growth” Dan experiences as he sees three very different ways of being 30 and being gay is the point – but I’m not sure I really felt like it all came together into one cohesive story by the end.

The narrator, Seb Yarrick, did an amazing job of giving all these unique characters a voice and he absolutely helped keep my attention throughout. I really enjoyed his performance and most of the stars I give this are due to his contribution.

I’m not sure why this story felt so different to me than the others, but it did and though I really enjoyed the other books in the series – this one didn’t have the same appeal.

I’d give 2.5 of 5 stars for the story and 5 of 5 for the narration, so overall 3.5 stars out of 5 (rounded up).

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Tops Down Bottoms Up by Jay Northcote

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https://jaynorthcote.com/my-books/tops-down-bottoms-up/

Blurb

Will Rowan’s festival fling with sexy dancer Seth lead to something more permanent?

Rowan is stuck at a folk festival helping out a mate, and it really isn’t his scene. The yoga and singing workshops are bad enough, but morris dancing is the final straw. Bearded men with beer guts prancing around wearing bells—who wants to watch that?

All Rowan’s preconceptions are shattered when he meets Seth—a morris dancer, and the stuff Rowan’s fantasies are made of. Seth persuades Rowan to come to a dancing workshop, and Rowan’s willing to do whatever it takes to get to know Seth better. The attraction is mutual, and a lesson filled with innuendo and flirting leads to an incredible night together.

When Rowan arrives home, he’s gutted to find that Seth has given him the wrong phone number. Assuming Seth did it on purpose, Rowan resolves to forget about him. But fate—and friends—conspire to get them back together. Will they manage to stay in step this time around?

length: 23,000 words approx
A much shorter version of this story was originally published in the Not Quite Shakespeare Anthology by Dreamspinner Press. This version has been revised and extended. Almost half of it is new content.

Review

This was a very fun, very sweet and somewhat informative novella and quick, light read.

If you’ve never heard of the Morris Dancers, like me, you’ll want to look them up! Now that I’ve read about them I wanted to see what the author was talking about and it’s so fascinating!

In addition to learning about the Morris Dancers, we get a quick story of “enemies to lovers” where we almost think it’s bound to be a one-night-stand – but we find out something entirely different!

Highly enjoyable!

4.25 (rounded up to 4.5) of 5 stars

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Unbreak My Heart Audiobook by K-Lee Klein narrated by Nick J Russo

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Dreamspinner Presents

https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/unbreak-my-heart-by-k-lee-klein-8743-b

Blurb
2nd Edition
Brett Taylor’s world collapsed three years ago when he lost the love of his life. Almost as bad as the grief is the advice he’s starting to get from everyone and their brother, telling him it’s time to move on. They’re flat-out wrong. He left his career as a musician and escaped to his ranch because he needs the peace and quiet, and he’s doing just fine. He doesn’t want anyone invading his memory-filled, booze-fueled solitude.
JT Campbell’s world has been defined by his parents’ money, status, and his own empty relationships, until he’s desperately sick of it. A quest to find something meaningful leads him to Brett’s failing ranch. It’s supposed to be a brief stay. JT never wanted to be anyone’s savior or compete with the ghosts of lovers past. Still, he can’t help wanting this gruff and grieving man.
JT’s mind knows it’s a bad idea, but his heart keeps pushing him to find out what lies beneath Brett’s rough and broken exterior. Brett’s not going to make it easy. JT can only be patient, keep his sense of humor, and hope for the day he may be allowed far enough into Brett’s world to unbreak his heart.

Review

The main thing I enjoyed about this was the narration. Nick J Russo is an amazing narrator and he did a terrific job giving all the really emotional and angsty story a good voice.

First, I have to say that I have a limited tolerance for angst in the first place. Some here and there to give a story drive is ok – for me- but a lot tends to make me discouraged and isn’t something I seek in a story. (I know tons of folks love it – but I’m not one.) IMHO Brett is overwrought about something that doesn’t seem like as big of a deal as he makes it out to be. On top of that, he’s still pining for Walt, his dead lover, and that gets tedious quickly.

I had a really hard time even liking Brett. He felt too whiny and was kinda selfish and manipulative. All in all he was mostly a jerk to JT and he didn’t really ever resolve that to my satisfaction. (Spoiler/) He HIT JT! For looking through some papers! That was a really bad move and I’m not sure he apologized enough for that. (/spoiler )

Although JT seemed like a great guy, I doubted his sanity in his infatuation with Brett.

There were parts of the story that held a lot of promise: the ex-music star, the ranch, the May/December factor – even some of the angst and sadness. But… It was just toooo much angst and hang wringing they went on for pages and pages (hours and hours). The two MCs spent so much time waffling back and forth – will I, won’t I, I miss Walt, I was terrible to Walt, I’m too old, he’s too young, he won’t love me, he can’t love me… and on and on!

I just got worn out!

If this had been edited to about half the total content and the story progressed a bit faster this would have been a 5 star read for me.

I’d be interested in the follow up book, just to see if Brett comes around and is a decent partner for JT but I’d be leery of being sucked into more drama.

2.75 of 5 for the book

(I seriously LOVE the new cover though! Delicious!)

Audio

Nick J Russo kept me in this! If it weren’t for him – if I’d been reading this – I’d have either skipped to the end or stopped reading. Nick’s excellent narration kept me involved and I was able to stick it out. He really gives Brett some quality emotions and I thought he interpreted JT really well, too.

I think listening is the way to go, as far as experiencing this story!

I’m not sure I “recommend” this – but if you have a high tolerance for angst – you might really enjoy this audiobook. Be prepared for a lot of pining, however, and some people are not so keen on that.

5 of 5 for the narration

Overall 3.5 of 5 stars

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FAST Balls (Balls to the Wall #5) Second Edition by Tara Lain

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Dreamspinner Presents

https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/fast-balls-by-tara-lain-8651-b

Blurb
Second Edition

F.A.S.T. — Firefighter Assist and Search Team

Firefighter and surfing champion, Jerry Wallender, looks like a hero to the world, but he can’t see it. He keeps falling for these intellectual guys who end up making him feel dumb and unneeded. On top of that, Mick Cassidy, super-gorgeous firefighter and total homophobe, makes Jerry’s life miserable with his slurs. Then one day Mick’s nice to Jerry and, at the Firefighter’s Ball, Jerry offers a helping hand and ends up with a hand-job. What the hell is going on?

Mick Cassidy is great with fighting fires and solving math problems but rotten with people. Raised by a gay-hating preacher, Mick’s carefully constructed world of gay bashing starts to crumble when he meets Jerry, the nicest, kindest man he’s ever known. Mick’s never wanted a woman and can’t stop thinking about sex with Jerry. In fact, he can’t stop doing it. Does that make him gay? And if he’s gay, what happens to his whole life? A hook-up between sweet Jerry and mean Mick might be total disaster — or the smartest idea Jerry ever had.

Review

(Original edition reviewed here: https://openskyebookreviews.com/fast-balls-balls-to-the-wall-5-by-tara-lain/ )

I couldn’t really detect any changes from the first edition and this one, other than the cover which I like a lot better!

Upon re-reading I was reminded how much I love Jerry and how really awful Mick was.

I still think this is the best book in the series and I enjoyed reading it again!

4.5 of 5 stars

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