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  • Redemption (The Protectors, #8) by Sloane Kennedy 15%, 124 votes
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  • I Do, or Dye Trying (Curl Up and Dye Mysteries #4) by Aimee Nicole Walker 10%, 79 votes
    79 votes 10%
    79 votes - 10% of all votes
  • Tease (Temptation, #4) by Ella Frank 7%, 61 vote
    61 vote 7%
    61 vote - 7% of all votes
  • Audio Cronin's Key: Cronin's Key Series, Book 1 N.R. Walker Joel Leslie 6%, 51 vote
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  • Audio Until You: At First Sight, Book 3 TJ Klune Michael Lesley 6%, 47 votes
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  • Audio Salvation: The Protectors, Book 2 Sloane Kennedy Joel Leslie 6%, 47 votes
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  • Owning It (Metropolis, #3) by Riley Hart 5%, 42 votes
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  • Audio The Alpha King Victoria Sue Joel Leslie 4%, 29 votes
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  • Audio Thick & Thin: Thirds, Book 8 Charlie Cochet Mark Westfield 4%, 29 votes
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  • A Worthy Man (The Men of Halfway House, #5) by Jaime Reese 3%, 26 votes
    26 votes 3%
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  • To Touch You (Mates, #4) by Cardeno C. 3%, 25 votes
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  • Time For Love (Timeless Love, #2) by Laura N. Andrews 2%, 16 votes
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  • Audio Texas Heat: Texas Series, Book 3 RJ Scott Sean Crisden 2%, 15 votes
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  • Slow Heat by Leta Blake 2%, 15 votes
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  • The Monet Murders (The Art of Murder, #2) by Josh Lanyon 2%, 13 votes
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  • Audio Interborough: Five Boroughs, Book 4 Santino Hassell Michael Ferraiuolo 1%, 12 votes
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  • By the Numbers (Sanctuary #10) by R.J. Scott 1%, 12 votes
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  • Audio Carry the Ocean: The Roosevelt, Book 1 Heidi Cullinan Iggy Toma 1%, 12 votes
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  • Before You Break (Secrets, #1) by K.C. Wells 1%, 11 votes
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  • The Master Will Appear by L.A. Witt 1%, 11 votes
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  • Audio Wedlocked: Preslocke Series, Book 3 Ella Frank, Brooke Blaine Charlie David 1%, 11 votes
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  • Cold Shadow (Cold Country, #2) by Mercy Celeste 1%, 10 votes
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  • Passion's Pride (The Passion, #3) by Piper Kay 1%, 10 votes
    10 votes 1%
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  • Enemies like You (Enemies with Benefits #1) by Joanna Chambers 1%, 8 votes
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  • Audio Wake Me Up Inside: Mates Collection, Book 1 Cardeno C. Charlie David 1%, 7 votes
    7 votes 1%
    7 votes - 1% of all votes
  • Audio Working It: Metropolis Series, Book 2 Riley Hart, Devon McCormack Michael Pauley 1%, 7 votes
    7 votes 1%
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  • Call the Coroner by Avril Ashton 1%, 6 votes
    6 votes 1%
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  • False Start (Wilmington Breakers, #2) by Sloan Johnson 1%, 6 votes
    6 votes 1%
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  • Audio The Deep of the Sound: Bluewater Bay, Book 8 Amy Lane Nick J. Russo 1%, 6 votes
    6 votes 1%
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  • Cask Strength (Agents Irish and Whiskey, #2) by Layla Reyne 1%, 5 votes
    5 votes 1%
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  • Risky Behavior (Bad Behavior, #1) by L.A. Witt 1%, 5 votes
    5 votes 1%
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  • Lace (A Material World #1) by K.C. Wells 1%, 5 votes
    5 votes 1%
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  • Road to the Sun by Keira Andrews 0%, 4 votes
    4 votes
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  • Audio Goodbye Paradise Sarina Bowen Teddy Hamilton, Dake Bliss 0%, 4 votes
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  • Michael, Reinvented (Delta Restorations, #2) by Diana Copland 0%, 4 votes
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  • Blue by B.G. Thomas 0%, 4 votes
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  • Audio Jumping In Cardeno C. Ezekiel Robison 0%, 3 votes
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  • Every Breath You Take by Robert Winter 0%, 3 votes
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  • Play Chopin for Me by Max Vos 0%, 3 votes
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  • Audio When Thunder Rolls: Mile High Romance, Book 7 Aria Grace Douglas Dale 0%, 3 votes
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  • Audio When the Bough Breaks: Mile High Romance, Book 8 Aria Grace Tim Todd 0%, 3 votes
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  • Audio Still Waters: Sanctuary, Book 4 RJ Scott Sean Crisden 0%, 3 votes
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  • Heels Over Head by Elyse Springer 0%, 2 votes
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  • Recovery (Reawakening, #3) by Amy Rae Durreson 0%, 2 votes
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  • The Well by Marie Sexton 0%, 2 votes
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  • Audio Sorting Will: The Crow Creek Series, Volume 4 Nya Rawlyns Nick J. Russo 0%, 2 votes
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  • Somewhere on Mackinac by Jeff Adams 0%, 2 votes
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  • Audio See Me: Lightning Tales, Volume 3 K.C. Wells Joel Leslie 0%, 1 vote
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  • Audio The V Unit Max Vos Greg Boudreaux 0%, 1 vote
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  • Audio Spark & Blaze: A Guns & Hoses Novel Brenda Cothern Maxwell Palmer 0%, 1 vote
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  • Audio Perfect Alignment: Thorne and Dash, Book 3 Silvia Violet Greg Boudreaux 0%, 1 vote
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  • Fangs with a Heart (Chain of Fate, #2) by Tempeste O'Riley 0%, 1 vote
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  • Audio As You Wish: Shatterproof Bond, Book 1 Isobel Starling Gary Furlong 0%, 1 vote
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  • Thirteen: Part Two (The Others Project, #2 part 2) by Adrienne Wilder 0%, 1 vote
    1 vote
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  • Audio Conduct Unbecoming L.A. Witt Greg Boudreaux 0%, 1 vote
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  • Lochlann (Order of the Black Knights, #6) by Andrea Speed 0%, 1 vote
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  • Faking It (Ringside Romance, #2) by Christine d'Abo 0%, 1 vote
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  • Audio General Misconduct L.A. Witt Greg Boudreaux 0%, 1 vote
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  • Farlough by Xavier Mayne 0%, 1 vote
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  • The Perils of Intimacy by Rick R. Reed 0%, 1 vote
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  • Audio The Dark Side: Reese Holt, Volume 1 Laura Baumbach Joel Leslie 0%, 0 votes
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  • Happily Ever After Isn't Easy by Jake C. Wallace 0%, 0 votes
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  • Audio The End of Eddy: A Novel Édouard Louis, Michael Lucey - translator Graham Halstead 0%, 0 votes
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  • Audio Stage Two: Dreamspun Desires, Book 33 Ariel Tachna John Solo 0%, 0 votes
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  • The Sun Still Rises by Laura Bailo 0%, 0 votes
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  • Runaway Rock Star by C.J. Anthony 0%, 0 votes
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  • Audio Star Power Morticia Knight Will Triolo 0%, 0 votes
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  • Sex in C Major by Matthew J. Metzger 0%, 0 votes
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  • Audio Wrapped Up in Chains Cindy Sutherland John Anthony Davis 0%, 0 votes
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  • Audio The Vampire Next Door Natalie Vivien, Bridget Essex Maria Marquis 0%, 0 votes
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  • Making His Stand (Elan Isle #2) by Thianna Durston 0%, 0 votes
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  • The Adventures of Charls, the Veretian Cloth Merchant (Captive Prince Short Stories #3) by C.S. Pacat 0%, 0 votes
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  • Summer Stock by Vanessa North 0%, 0 votes
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  • Surrender the Dark (The Dark, #1) by Tibby Armstrong 0%, 0 votes
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  • Signella by Reveena P. K. 0%, 0 votes
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Total Votes: 820
Voters: 415
June 8, 2017 - June 15, 2017
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149 thoughts on “TIme To Vote! Best MM Books and Audiobooks Released in May 2017 – Win $25 from Dreamspinner*”

  1. MF was the norm for me forever. Then I discovered MM and I haven’t read anything else for years. Maybe again some day.

  2. I mostly read mm books but do read or listen to other books sometimes, but they usually are general fiction books rather than romance.

  3. I normally read MM books but I still go back to MF and read some. I read every thing. But info love me some MM romance

  4. I started out reading M/F. But, the last four years, I’ve been reading more M/M. I will always read M/F by the authors I love, but I have so many more M/M authors that I love as well.

  5. I haven’t read anything but m/m in years and I’m okay with that. I do have a few mystery series that I do want to get caught up with that aren’t m/m

  6. I have been on a big M/M kick for the past couple of years, I think I’ve read maybe 4 M/F books in that time.

  7. I used to read a lot of m/f fantasy books. At the same time I liked to read m/m mangas. Last year I started reading m/m books and right now I read more m/m than m/f books. My favourites are mystery and paranormal. Fantasy is also great, contemporary depends. F/f is usually not my cup of tea, but I’ve read a few books with that setup.

  8. I would estimate that 95% of the books I read are in the M/M genre. Occasionally I read books in the M/F genre.

  9. For the last 7 years I have been mainly reading M/M in all genres. My only exceptions to the M/M are anything by Nora Roberts and Cherise Sinclair, I will read anything those ladies write.

  10. I prefer m/m and ménage (m/m/f or m/m/m), but there are a few m/f authors I still read, like Sarina Bowen and her writing partner, Elle Kennedy, Catherine Gayle.

  11. I’m willing to try all genres. I prefer mm, but i still have favorites in m/f and f/f. I also read a lot of non-romance, mostly suspense/thrillers.

  12. These days I only read M/M or M/M/M – I like that the communication of the maincharacters is often so much better than in M/F-books.

  13. I don’t read FF, because it does nothing for me. I primarily read MM, but will still read MF from authors I love.

  14. How to choose??
    The Protectors series….sigh….such an amazing read, every single time and we get to catch up a little with previous characters along the way. Always good when they’re not forgotten

  15. This has got to have been the hardest month this year so far. Some of the best books of the year all against each other ?. I used to read MF. I’ve read the odd FF but my preference these days is definitely MM.

  16. Occasionally I venture back into the f/m market when a friend recommends a book, but predominantly it’s now m/m for me.

  17. I’ve always read MF until I discovered MM, then I read exclusively MM. Recently I’ve started reading some FF, and if a MF book sounds good, I’ll read it too.

  18. Started reading MM about 4 years ago and that all I read! No MF at all. No interest or patience for it anymore. Lots of sub-genres in MM to choose from.

  19. Oops! Missed the question in the small print!! ? I read all kinds of romance. Good writing, a good story and well written, well developed characters are what’s important to me. Though I do find myself favoring my m/m books lately…I am seeming to find the stories more interesting.

  20. I loved hearing Cronin’s Key while running on my treadmill. Loved the book and loved it even more in audio

  21. I read MM most of the time because I like the stories more than FM. My problem with FM romances is that the MCs chase each other whole book and in the last chapter they solve everything out and live happily ever after. The MM books are different because most of the stories are based on the “evolution” of the whole relationship. Or maybe I was just lucky yoxfins these stories.

  22. I moved from M/F to M/M and rarely look back. 🙂 As long as it has a HEA or HFN I love all the tropes and genres!

  23. I read primarily MM these days but I still love MF and keep up with some of my favorite authors. I have also tried FF but I admit they still haven’t won my heart over that well. Not touching polyamory relationship though. Simply a matter of preference

  24. There isn’t much within the m/m umbrella I won’t read, but I have a soft spot for gfy, m/m/m, cowboys, athletes, and the President. I average about a book a day and love Dreamspinner Press!

  25. I usually only read m/m books these days. I’ll sometimes read menage but only if it’s from an author I know and like.

  26. Voted !! M/M are the ONLY books I read anymore. The Protectors Series is an auto buy for or any of Sloane’s Books. I love her writing style and how she mixes sex with a plot! My favorite M/M author.
    Ella Franks The Temptation Series are a Guilty Pleasure.

  27. Since about 2006 I’ve mostly read a male/male in just about every genre apart from horror. Other than that I may read one or two male/female books a year.

  28. I normally read m/m, whatever genre, though I prefer historical, paranormal and fantasy. Sci-fi as well. I sometimes read f/f or m/f, but not that often.

  29. I used to read male/female books but I have exclusively read male/male books for the last 5 years.

  30. I have only read m/m for years now, but I do still purchase books by my favorite m/f authors but I don’t read them…They sit in my tbr pile!

  31. Mostly I read M/M and M/M/M books, all kind of them, contemporary, from friends to lovers, jocks, may/december, enemies to lovers, shifters, men in uniforms (police, firefighters….), paranormal, fantasy

  32. I read both f/m and m/m romances. Not f/f. Other than that, l’ll read any genre if the book sounds interesting and catches my attention, from contemporary to historical to fantasy to sci-fi.

  33. I’ve only been reading mm for about the last 4 years, but I still read mf by my favorite authors I started following.

  34. Any romance with a good story and compelling characters. A good writer can take any trope that’s been done to death and breathe life into it w/the right characters and attention to story.

  35. With the exception of my favorite PNR authors like Kresley Cole and Gena Showalter, M/M I is all I read ever since I got hooked in the genre. M/M romance is so addictive you just can’t stop reading and loving.

  36. I still like MF but mostly I like MM and more M’s. I’ve read a few FF but I just don’t enjoy as much.

  37. I could have easily added at least two more to the voting lol, Apart from one series, I only read MM or multiples of LOL

  38. So many good books!! I have only read mm romance for about 3 years now. I found my love of gay romance thru reading yaoi manna and then did a massive search until I gathered a huge collection of authors that I just fell in love with.

  39. I’ve read m/f books when I first started with ebooks, but then got introduced to m/m and I enjoy it far more (no more Whitney female leads thankfully) so now I exclusively read and listen to m/m. I’ve never read a f/f book it doesn’t appeal to me.

  40. I had a hard time just picking one to vote for. There were several that I really enjoyed this month but I ultimately voted for Jamie Reese’s A Worthy Man. LOVED IT!!

  41. It fascinates me how consistently my selections are never in the higher ranked votes. It could be that I prefer action/mystery/crime/suspense with my romance. That would also explain why titles by L.A. Witt, Layla Reyne, Robert Winter & R.J. Scott have also been read by voting time.

  42. Dear Morgan,
    How the h*ll are we expected to choose only 4??? So many good books, audiobooks. On the plus side, so many new stories to read 🙂
    Not entering by the way 🙂

    1. They are allll too hard to pick I know – but there’s gotta me something that feels a little more “better” than the others 😉

  43. Omg it’s great to see some names up there that are overdue for the recognition. Good luck all.

  44. I read only m/m or m/m/m. I just can’t get enough of the guys. And there is some really awesome story telling going on by some great author’s!!!! Thank you …. as long as you write I will be reading!!!

  45. I used to read a lot of m/f romance, have switched almost exclusively to m/m. Lots of great authors and stories –

  46. I’ve read m/f books since I was a teenager and recently stumbled across a m/m title while looking for romantic suspense. I was really looking for fresh points of view because it’s hard to find well written stories with likeable, strong female leads. I’ve read a few f/f novels, but didn’t find them interesting.

  47. I started out with M/F romance and then happened across Riley Hart’s Collide. I fell in love and haven’t looked back. Have a slight obsession with M/M romance and it’s 90-95% of what I read.

  48. As soon as I discovered the MM genre, MF romances went out the window. I’ll still read the occasional YA, SciFi or Fantasy novel, as long as they’re not ‘romance’ based.

  49. I pretty much only read MM now. I can’t even remember the last MF book I read, so it’s been a while.

  50. I read both MM and some MF books but I am really interested in reading detective/private detective/mystery books. My preference still is MM though.
    I’m also into audiobooks in a big way and I am buying a lot of them. I can’t remember when I last listened to music in the car.

  51. I mainly read M/M or M/M/M. Never read F/M anymore. Just can’t get into them. I really love mystery/suspense M/M, like Josh Lanyon writes. This list has a ton of good stuff on it. Hard to choose.

  52. I prefer to read M/M, although for my favourite authors I will read anything. The quality of the writing is the important thing for me.

  53. I read MM pretty much 99% of the time. There are a very select group of MF authors I will still read but they’re literally less than a handful.

  54. I used to read Contemporary M/F romance for many years. Add in Paranormal M/F…mainly Vampire. Then a author shared one of her M/M romance books with me about 6+ years ago. Now my library is probably 99.9% M/M…I still have the mad need to read each new release to the BDB every year.

  55. M/M for all my romance needs, though the fairytale series by Eloisa James did cell in there. But I adore fairytales full stop.

  56. Mostly MM now, but still some of my old favorite series, when new books there come out, ex From: JR Ward and Christine Feehan.

  57. I had always read M/F. Then I was introduced to M/M via menage. From there it became just M/M for me. I couldn’t seem to muster the interest in M/F anymore. Even from my favorite authors.

  58. Mainly MM, occasionally some MF – it depends on the author. I will usually only buy MF now if it is by one of my must buy authors

  59. I only read m/m now thought I’m not opposed to returning to m/f later. I love all genres except historicals & love a good menage.

  60. I use to read M/F romance but every since my first book (Until Forever Comes by Cardeno C) I’ve been hooked on M/M romance and I’ve never looked back.

  61. Now I read almost only MM. I’ve read SO many MF and I’m trying really hard to get back to them and read some of the books I’ve already bought, but MM is my big LOVE!

  62. At the moment I read m/m romance and only dip back into m/f for thriller/serial killer type books in the vein of Kay Hooper or Heather Graham. Then sci-fi I don’t differentiate. ?

  63. I have been reading mostly M/M books but started to read M/F books to catch up On some new books. I have to say it is weird. But I am finding I prefer M/M more.

    monet5280 (at) aol (dot) com

  64. I predominantly read m/m but will occasionaly read a historical m/f. Mm and historical are my foo favorite generes so wgen I get a mm historical.. They are always a one click for me! #1 this month was Cronins Key! Loved the book but Joel Leslie brought it to life like no one else would have been able to do! Can not wait for the rest of ths series to come out!

  65. Right now, I pretty much read m/m but I still have a bookcase at home filled with harlequin romances as well as Nora Roberts and Lori Foster. I’ve also read some f/f but it’s not my top choice.

  66. I read everything seem a good story. I love M/M romance and erotic books, because it’s much more genuine, romantic, interesting and non like a cliche… You know, M/F romance books are sometimes a bit repetitive.
    There are many M/M authors really wonderful and I adore to have the chance to read her/his books.

  67. I still read everything from mild to wild, from m/f to m/m and menage and any variation there of. If it’s a good story I’ll read it.

  68. I started reading mostly m/m about two years ago. Probably 90% m/m and 10%m/f from authors I know and like. I don’t tend to try new m/f authors these days.

  69. I read mostly m/m lately buT I love f/f just as much. I have a couple favour m/f authors that I will always love though.

  70. I must admit I have not read most of these but a few are on my wish list. I only read/listen to M/M now but have one or two M/M/M and M/M/F but I prefer just M/M as I found that ménage books are not really my kink lol Love most subjects from just romance to shifter/paranormal books but to keen on historical.

  71. I do occasionally read m/f, but I don’t seek it out the way I do m/m. I still enjoy good m/m/f or m/m/m, but don’t see them as often as I used to…

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