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Holidays: If the Fates Allow – Anthology

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Interlude Press Presents
http://interludepress.com/post/165994259764/now-available-for-pre-order-if-the-fates-allow

Blurb

During the holidays, anything is possible—a second chance, a promised future, an unexpected romance, a rekindled love, or a healed heart. Authors Killian B. Brewer, Lynn Charles, Erin Finnegan, Pene Henson, and Lilah Suzanne share their stories about the magic of the season.

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Gracious Living Magazine Says It Has to Be a Live Tree
By Killian B. Brewer
Determined to make his first Christmas with his new boyfriend magazine-perfect, Marcus seeks the advice of lovable busy bodies, the Do-Nothings Club. When he learns that his boyfriend, Hank, may have ordered a ring, Marcus’ attempts to transform his home into a winter wonderland get out of hand.

Review

This is a quaint look at expectations and the definition of “real” and “happy”. Very sweet.

Shelved
By Lynn Charles
When library clerk Karina Ness meets a new patron, lonely business owner, Wesley Lloyd, she puts her own love life on hold and begins a holiday matchmaking mission to connect Wes with her uncle Tony.

Review

Cute and sweet story about finding a partner for her uncle.

Last Call at the Casa Blanca Bar & Grille
By Erin Finnegan
As the one-year anniversary of his lover’s death rolls around on Christmas, Jack Volarde finds himself at their old haunt—a bar called the Casa Blanca, where a new bartender helps him open up about loss, and see brightness in a future that had grown dim.

Review
Sweet and sentimental, a story about moving on from the loss of a loved one.

True North
By Pene Henson
Shay Allen returns to her hometown in Montana for the holidays with her best friend Devon with the intent to return home to L.A. by New Year’s Eve. Instead, the weather traps them in the small town, but the there’s a bright spot: her old crush Milla is still in town.

Review

Interesting look at a woman who aspires to be in the WNBA and has to deal with changing priorities – life, love and basketball.

Halfway Home
By Lilah Suzanne
Avery Puckett has begun to wonder if her life has become joyless. One night, fate intervenes in the form of a scraggly dog shivering and alone in a parking lot. Avery takes him to a nearby shelter called Halfway Home where she meets bright and beautiful Grace, who is determined to save the world one stray at a time.

Review

This was hard to get into as it was written in the first person present tense. The dog was very cute though!

Overall 3 of 5 stars

Christmas seems to be a time for sappiness and melancholy and that’s what you get in spades with this collection. None of these is particularly joyful but they all end with at least a spark of hope. “Gracious Living…” and “True North” were my favorites as they ended with the most happy endings and had some nice character development and felt a bit more complete.

If you’re in the mood for some Christmas sentimentality and aren’t afraid of a bit of melancholy – this is for you.

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Stone Cold (SoulShares #8) by Rory Ni Coileain

GoodReads Link

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36271771-stone-cold?from_search=true

 

Blurb

In Stone Cold, the eighth title in the Rainbow-Award-nominated M/M paranormal Soulshares series, Maelduin Guaire is a Fae with a mission. An obsession, really. He’s trained his entire life to become the greatest scian-damhsa, blade-dancer, the Fae have ever known, for the sole purpose of killing the blade-dancer who murdered his father and gave House Guaire its reputation as the Cursed House. Now he’s followed Tiernan Guaire through the Pattern to the human world, to fulfill his oath or die trying… but the passage has cost him all his skill with a blade.

Terry Miller, Josh LaFontaine’s business partner at the Raging Art-on Tattoo and Piercing Parlor, has the worst luck with men since… well, since ever, as far as he’s concerned. Years ago, he walked out on a great thing with Josh, when Bryce Newhouse offered to play sugar daddy for Terry’s ballet company; then Bryce kicked him to the curb, and Terry ended up relying on big-hearted Josh to help him get back on his feet. And now a too-good-to-be-true stranger has turned up in Terry’s half-built dance studio, with a beautiful sword and a bloody nose.

In order to regain the grace and skill he needs to keep his vow, a Fae cursed with the inability to love must SoulShare with a human convinced that love runs screaming when it sees him coming. All with the Marfach looking over their shoulders. No pressure…

Review

I had started this series and gotten up to Book 4 but then I apparently lost track of it. When I saw this – Book 8 – I was psyched! I haven’t gone back to read Books 5, 6, or 7 and I think it would have been better if I had.

A lot has changed since I was in this “world” (reviews here: https://www.goodreads.com/series/94084) and it’s a very complex world.

If you’ve not heard of this series – here’s the basics:
There’s a very bad guy – Marfach – and he’s trying to take over everything. The Fae need to find their soul mate and bond with them to be strong enough to fight him.

There are a lot of obstacles in the way, lots of magic and a fair amount of sex – though that isn’t overwhelming.

If you love high fantasy and other dimensions and the Fae – this is something you should look into. The books are long and very complex and detailed.

Since I’d not been following along I found myself skimming through all the back and forth which involved characters I’d not read about yet.

I didn’t particularly care for either MC in this story and though I loved the magic and seeing some of the MCs from earlier books, I wasn’t invested in this relationship very much.

It’s a great series for those fans of fantasy/urban fantasy/ Fae .

3.5 of 5 stars

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Wheels Up (Out of Uniform #4) by Annabeth Albert

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Carina Press
https://www.carinapress.com/shop/books/9781488030727_wheels-up.html

Blurb

Their love is forbidden, but their hearts aren’t listening to rules and regulations.

Lieutenant Dustin Strauss is a reformed man. No longer a twentysomething hell-raiser, he’s his SEAL team’s new XO-and a man with a secret. Or seven. He’s kept his bisexual identity under wraps for years, along with his kinky side and a fondness for the military-themed semianonymous hookup website Joe4Joe. His latest chat buddy is more than a sexy online distraction-they’re taking their very not-safe-for-work relationship into real time.

Petty Officer Wes Lowe has a smart mouth, a take-charge attitude and an uncanny ability for making things go boom. The life of an enlisted man isn’t always enough to satisfy him, but one wild, no-questions-asked weekend with his online love comes close. When a transfer order comes in, Wes feels ready and centered. He’ll make a good impression on his new SEAL team and keep his growing feelings for Dustin on the down low.

But as they log more time online and some very real emotions surface, Dustin and Wes struggle to pretend they’re just a harmless fling. And when his commander introduces Dustin to his team’s newest member, they’re in for the shock of a lifetime…and a crushing disappointment: their difference in ranks means even a friendship without sexual contact could end their navy careers for good.

With their hearts on the line, Dustin and Wes may not survive their next mission, let alone find a way toward a future together.

Review

I think I’m a sucker for make believe endings. The author clearly tried to make this story “realistic” and it felt that way. But it was way too frustrating for me and I guess I’m just not into that – as far as romances go. It’s one of the reasons I don’t like historicals – there’s so much hiding and lying and …. It’s frustrating.

In this case I got the hot smexy times that I’ve come to expect from this series – as well as a lot of feelz – but the back and forth and the “we can’t be together but I can’t stay away” see-saw ranked this story a bit lower for me than the previous in the series.

I guess I was looking for a more “happy” ending than I got and a bit less of the back and forth…. Maybe a bit more editing? I’m not sure – but this just didn’t hit me right.

I’d recommend this to fans of military romances, closeted lovers, angst and the author.

(LOVE the cover!)

3 of 5 stars

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Lace-Covered Compromise by Silvia Violet

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Riptide Presents

Lace-Covered Compromise

Blurb

Adam Kingston expects to inherit his father’s multinational conglomerate. When he finds out half of it went to Nate Thomas—an annoying man whose dreams for Kingston Corp.’s future clash with Adam’s need to stave off financial disaster—Adam is furious. He’s willing to do whatever it takes to wrest control of Kingston Corp. from Nate.

Nate may be soft-spoken, but he refuses to be swayed by Adam’s arrogant demands. When Nate accidentally drops a pair of his lacy panties in front of Adam, there’s no mistaking Adam’s interest. Nate hadn’t realized Adam was bisexual, but now that his secret is out, Nate is willing to use Adam’s lust against him if it means protecting the welfare of the company he loves.

For Adam and Nate, hatred and desire are closely linked. Their inability to compromise threatens the company and could expose their tightly held secrets. But as they work together to develop a plan to save Kingston Corp., they begin to realize there might be more to their relationship than anger and lust.

Review

 
This was a great “Enemies to Lovers” story with some super sexy lingerie. Our guys have some deep animosity between them thanks to Adam’s father and they aren’t afraid to let things get loud.

They move pretty quickly into a sexual relationship and from there it’s a matter of working things out (mostly in Adam’s head).

If you love a little rough sex, some denial and a bit of inner angst – this is for you. Oh – and Manties!!!

Recommended!

3.75 of 5 stars

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Off the Ice (Hat Trick #1) by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn

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Riptide Presents

http://riptidepublishing.com/titles/off-the-ice

Blurb

Tristan Holt is nothing if not pragmatic. Despite a flourishing career as a defenseman for the Atlanta Venom, Tristan knows he can’t play hockey forever. One day he’ll retire—if an injury doesn’t force him to hang up his skates first. His backup plan? Finishing his business degree. But he doesn’t count on a very inappropriate attraction to his standoffish sociology professor, Sebastian Cruz.

Sebastian is on the bottom rung of the Sociology Department at Georgia State. He has his sights set on tenure, and he can’t afford to be distracted, especially not by a sexy student with a body straight out of Sebastian’s dreams. No matter how much Tristan tempts him, that’s one line Sebastian won’t cross. At least not until summer classes end. After that, everything is fair game.

But Sebastian lives loud and proud, and Tristan is terrified of being the first out player in the NHL. Neither of them can afford to risk their hearts when they can’t imagine a happily ever after. The problem is, unlike hockey, when it comes to love, there are no rules.

Review

This was a pretty sweet, very low angst May/December/OFY story of opposites attract.  It had some of the trademark snark that Avon is known for and a bit of the hot smexy times that she and Piper are so good at. 

While it had some funny points, for me, it lacked that strong comedic thread that I adore from Avon.  It had a fair amount of hockey –  although I don’t think you can have too much hockey!  I think the relationship developed in a way that felt natural and the sexual tension was sizzling!  (I loved the first confrontation in the professor’s office – yowza!)  I’m not a big fan of the whole power dynamic, vaguely D/s thing – it was mild – but I think the age difference and Tristan’s low self esteem would have been enough without it.  However that wasn’t a huge aspect. 

I really enjoyed this and, as far as this writing team goes, I think I enjoyed this one the most and I’m looking forward to more from the series.

 

This is highly recommended to fans of the author, fans of May/December relationships, fans  of hockey romance and fans of opposites attract.  

4 of 5 stars

 

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Midlife Crisis by Audra North

Riptide Presents
https://riptidepublishing.com/titles/midlife-crisis

Blurb

Cam McGhee grew up like any other small-town Texas farm boy: he played football, went to church every Sunday, and married his high school sweetheart. But thirty-five years after he said “I do,” Cam finds himself nursing a beer in a gay bar, thinking about what might have been.

Dave Montoya is confident, self-assured, and cautiously single. But when he meets shy, uncertain, and clearly-still-not-out Cam in a coffee shop in Austin, his reservations about getting seriously involved again disappear. Cam is everything he’s looking for in a partner . . . almost, anyway.

No matter how much Dave wants him, and how good they are together, Cam can’t bring himself to fully embrace the life he was meant to live. After all, when his secret finally gets out, he faces the very real possibility of losing everything that kept him going for the first fifty years of his life, just like he’s feared for so long. But with a little faith—and a lot of love—his dream of living fully, truly, as himself might finally be within reach.

Review

Cam has lived in the closet for all of his adult life, he didn’t even have a nightlight. Small, all black Texas town, married, 2 kids and a thriving business. After his wife passes and his son is available to run his business Cam decides to at least try a small taste of what it might be to kiss a man and relocates temporarily to Austin, TX.

Dave is at the point in his life where he can work if he wants to but doesn’t need to. He has been openly gay most of his life.
A chance meeting in a coffee shop and the sparks between them fly. They get together slowly and develop strong feelings along the way

This story is really about coming to terms with Cam’s sexuality. On telling his children and making the choice to finally live his life as he really wants to. His children’s reaction and his reaction to that. It is well told and well developed for the length.

4 of 5 stars

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Brave & Beautiful (Sassy Boyz #3) by Elizabeth Varlet

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Carina Press
https://www.carinapress.com/shop/books/9781488079184_brave-beautiful.html

Blurb

Sexy, seductive and hiding dark secrets, the Sassy Boyz return to the stage in Brave & Beautiful

There’s only one relationship that matters to Tameron “Tam” Kis—his love affair with dance. Life’s been pretty shitty, but dance got him through it and now he’s ready to focus on what he loves. He doesn’t have the bandwidth for any distractions—especially not his sexy, not-quite-straight new neighbor.

Driver Ellis doesn’t need anything but his bike and the open road. He wouldn’t trade his drifter lifestyle for anything…until his friend calls in a favor and Driver suddenly finds himself pet-sitting. Driver isn’t thrilled being stuck in one place, though things start to look up when he sets eyes on the gorgeous girl next door.

There’s just one problem… She isn’t a girl at all.

All it takes is one spontaneous dance to turn both Driver’s and Tam’s worlds upside down. They might not have been looking for love, but as things heat up between them, it’s clear life has very different plans.

Review

If you’ve been following this series along the way, you know that the author, Elizabeth Varlet, really likes to make our guys work for their HEAs. In this sense, she’s given us a bit of a break – but only in the fact that poor Tam has already lived through his hell and is on the other side.

She makes our MCs work for it in the way that Driver is difficult to like. He’s pretty selfish and though he has “reasons” for why he acts like he does, he doesn’t have nearly the gorgeous soul that Tam does. So it’s hard to reconcile him for Tam – though it’s obvious that Tam needs exactly someone who makes him feel safe – and that’s Driver.

This is a slow burn, very romantic installment with a lot of feels. I felt like the pacing was appropriate given Tam’s history – even if I did want to jump to the part where Driver finally pulled his head out sooner!

I think this might tie for my favorite in the series – mostly due to Tam and how amazing he is as a character. I also really loved the parts where Tam was with the therapist – outlining just how important that was in his recovery.

Highly recommended!

4.5 of 5 stars

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Cover Up (Skin Deep Inc. #3) by L.A. Witt

Amazon Link

https://www.amazon.com/Cover-Up-Skin-Deep-Novel-ebook/dp/B0746MG2G1/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1507225119&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=cover+up+la+wiitt

Blurb

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.
Not only is Nate struggling to get through this divorce, but his body is branded with a permanent reminder of his failed marriage: a matching tattoo with his ex. Searching for a place to cover up his old tattoo, Nate finds himself at the Skin Deep, Inc., where he meets the young and charming cover-up tattoo apprentice, Lucas Brandt.
From just flirty glances to steamy hot encounters, Nate and Lucas dive headfirst into a fling of hookups. But worried that he’ll forever be Nate’s “cover up” rebound relationship, Lucas fears that their love won’t be anything more than just skin deep. What was once just a casual attraction, Lucas now hopes to turn into a real relationship. But will he be able to convince the still tender-hearted Nate to fall in love again?
Third installment of L.A. Witt’s Skin Deep romance series, COVER UP is a story of passion, pleasure, and happily ever after.

Review

In my head I get the guys from this series mixed up with the guys from Anchor Point (https://www.goodreads.com/search?q=anchor+point+la+witt) – LA’s other current military series. In a way, that’s not great, because it’s telling that there isn’t something really strong to set these books apart and make them unique.

As I’ve said with some of the AP books – there is a lot to love about these books. LA knows the military and does a fantastic job of portraying the pros and cons of military life (well, the cons especially). I always learn more about being in the military after reading these books.

LA writes really, really, hot smexy times. As the covers promise, these guys have some seriously hot chemistry and there is lots of it explored in this book.
Unfortunately, this was a book that didn’t grab me. I didn’t feel like we spent enough time out of bed to really feel good about the relationship nor did I feel like we spent enough time fleshing out the MCs as much as we have in other works by this author.

It was good for what it is: a very hot, erotic romance featuring a man in the military and a tattoo artist – but beyond that – I wasn’t overwhelmed.

3.5 of 5 stars
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The Love Song of Sawyer Bell (Tour Dates #1) by Avon Gale

Riptide Presents

http://riptidepublishing.com/titles/the-love-song-of-sawyer-bell

Blurb

Victoria “Vix” Vincent has only two weeks to find a replacement fiddle player for her band’s summer tour. When classically trained violinist Sawyer Bell shows up for an audition, Vix is thrilled. Sawyer is talented, gorgeous, funny, and excited about playing indie rock instead of Beethoven. Their friendship soon blossoms into romance, even though Vix tries to remember that Sawyer’s presence is only temporary.

Sawyer’s parents think she’s spending the summer months touring Europe with a chamber ensemble. But Sawyer is in dire need of a break from the competitiveness of Juilliard, and desperately wants to rediscover her love of music. Going on tour with her secret high school crush is just an added bonus. Especially when Vix kisses her one night after a show, and they discover that the stage isn’t the only place they have chemistry.

But the tour won’t last forever, and as the summer winds down, Sawyer has to make a tough decision about her future—and what it means to follow her heart.

Review

I was reluctant to read this, I’ll admit. I’ve moved away from M/F because I despise the way women are portrayed in most of those novels, as either subservient or slutty. However, I love Avon’s style and her humor and since I know she can handle the subject of bi-sexuality well, I wanted to see what she came up with. (Plus I’m a sucker for a rock band romance!)

First, let me tell you, Avon is hysterical, whether she’s writing about boys or girls! She does a great job of letting the reader be in both Sawyer’s as well as Vix’s head and really knowing where they’re coming from, without feeling like you’re popping around in space.

I loved the way that bi-sexuality – as an “issue” – is explored in this book. The unconscious (or on purpose) prejudices and how it influences a relationship. The merch girl with all the books about gender equality and non-binary nature of gender … I can totally picture her and I loved that tool used as a way to bring up some of these sensitive subjects.

I was worried about the sex. I admit it. I wish there were words that described women that hadn’t been villainized to the point that reading them takes you out of the story. Or that the medical terms were sexier. I’m sure it’s just a matter of taking these words back and making them as sexy as we want them to be…. I’ll bet the merch girl has a book on that subject, too… In any case, Avon chooses the “c” word and I’ll admit I didn’t like it. Sawyer wasn’t too sure about it either, but over time it came to mean something more to her and no longer felt like an insult. I think the sex scenes in this book were some of the hottest and funniest I’ve ever read! The girls are so real with each other but in ways that were still very, very hot. (I’m making rocket noises right now….)

As far as the rest of the book goes – well – it’s funny and sometimes sad and all about how you have to make decisions for the right reasons for you and nobody else. (I give Sawyer’s parents a giant hug because – WOW – that is impressive!)

I thoroughly enjoyed this and cannot wait for Jax’s story!

5 of 5 stars

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His Convenient Husband by Robin Covington


October 9, 2017

Entangled Publishing
https://entangledpublishing.com/author/robin-covington

Blurb

NFL football player Isaiah Blackwell lost his husband three years ago and is raising their teen son alone. He lives his life as quietly as his job allows, playing ball to support his family but trying not to draw unwanted attention. His quiet life is shaken up when a mutual friend introduces him to Victor, a visiting principal ballet dancer who is everything Isaiah is not.

Brash, loud, and gender fluid Victor Aleksandrov has applied for political asylum to avoid returning to Russia, where gay men are targeted and persecuted. He’s been outspoken about gay rights in his home country, and if he doesn’t get asylum, going back to Russia is a death sentence.

Their one-night stand turns into a tentative friendship, a relationship they both agree is temporary… until Victor’s denied asylum. Isaiah can’t offer Victor a happily ever after, but he can propose something that’ll keep Victor in the US and safe… marriage He just doesn’t expect his new husband to dance away with his heart.

Review

This was a bit more substantive story than I’d originally pictured. First, Isaiah is still pining for his dead husband, so that colors his “now” quite a bit. Second, Victor’s stance against Russia is a bit more political than just a story hurdle. Third, Victor’s “outness” is mirrored by Isaiah’s son’s own desires and it becomes something between father and son as well as between the two husbands.

On the one hand I wish Victor had been more Russian – besides his name there wasn’t a lot about him that felt like he was in fact from another country.

It sounds silly, but Isaiah and Evan and Ian – these names were all so easy to get confused over. I’d have chosen differently.

Victor and Isaiah’s chemistry was good and the difficulties facing their marriage was handled well. I did get tired of Isaiah’s reluctance after awhile, but I was glad when he finally does acknowledge that risk is part of loving.

Evan was awesome and Ian bugged me a lot – but maybe that’s just his job? I never warmed up to either MC as much as I wanted to and as a result I wasn’t that enthralled with the book. It was pretty good, but not great.

I’d recommend this to fans of bi-racial couples, “must get married” trope, opposites attract and single parent romances.

3.5 of 5 stars

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