Review: Forever Wilde Series by Lucy Lennox

This post contains reviews of all the books currently available in the Forever Wilde series: Facing West (Book 1) Felix and the Prince (Book 2) Wilde Fire (Book 3) Hudson’s Luck (Book 4) Flirt (Book 4.5) His Saint (Book 5) Wilde Love (Book 6) King Me (Book 7) NautiCal (Book 8)

Review: Goode Boys Series by Sean Ashcroft

Troublemaker (Book 1) Queer is a spectrum, and bisexuality is often rendered invisible in the M/M romance genre. That is not the case here, as reformed “troublemaker” Aiden accompanies Carter to a wedding as his fake date. Trouble is the plan here, to disrupt Carter’s mother’s plan to connect him with an old girlfriend. However,Continue reading “Review: Goode Boys Series by Sean Ashcroft”

Review: One Room at the Inn by Colette Davison

A freak snowstorm the night before Christmas results in a surprise gift for three friends who reunite when forced to take shelter. Ellis, Zev, and PK were besties in high school but lost touch over time as those growing up are wont to do. However, as it says on the tin, buried emotions and heretoforeContinue reading “Review: One Room at the Inn by Colette Davison”

Review: Our Little Secret (Finding Forever #1) by Rebecca Raine

Having enjoyed previous books by Raine, I finally decided to dive into her longer shared-world romance novel series. This short-but-sweet novel includes two bisexual men in a gay relationship who are searching for their third. They find her in the form of a former employee, and they turn up the romance once her contract withContinue reading “Review: Our Little Secret (Finding Forever #1) by Rebecca Raine”

Review: Havenwood Series by Riley Hart

Giving Chase (Book 1) Falling for the older brother’s best friend isn’t necessarily a trope I lean toward, but I’ll make an exception when the characters are far beyond high school and the best friend has just returned from over a decade away. The chemistry between Chase and Kellan is undeniable, but they face multipleContinue reading “Review: Havenwood Series by Riley Hart”

Review: Return To You Series by Rebecca Raine

Finding Grey (Book 1) This story is the slowest burn of all slow-burn romances, making the eventual reveal all the more delicious. However, I also love that adult Dante and Sean connect in friendship even before the weight of their history crashes down. Their story could have taken so many other paths, and this oneContinue reading “Review: Return To You Series by Rebecca Raine”

Review: Sugar Daddies by Jade West

This book was another recommendation from a Facebook readers group. I prefer menage romances considered M/M/F rather than M/F/M, in which an equal relationship also exists between the two men rather than both focusing on the woman. In this case, two bisexual men in a gay relationship decide to invite a woman to become partContinue reading “Review: Sugar Daddies by Jade West”

Review: Permanent Ink (Art & Soul #1) by Avon Gale & Piper Vaughn

I will admit to being tentative going into this book based on the back-cover description. An age gap between two consenting adults doesn’t bother me, but I didn’t want or need a lot of angst related to Poe being the son of Jericho’s best friend. Luckily, the perk to everyone being an adult is thatContinue reading “Review: Permanent Ink (Art & Soul #1) by Avon Gale & Piper Vaughn”

Review: The Experiment by Rebecca Raine

As a professional medical editor for the day job, I thought it was hilarious that the sections of this book were labeled according to the sections of a journal article, down to the “Methods” and “Limitations.” Even better, the headings accurately reported what part of the plot the section covered. This conceit was cute whileContinue reading “Review: The Experiment by Rebecca Raine”

Review: Dedicated (Rhythm of Love #1) by Neve Wilder

This book is a friends-to-lovers romance that swerves strongly into “idiots in love” territory, which means I had a blast reading it. Individually, Les and Evan are well-written, complex characters with a strong history of friendship currently on the rocks. They both approached stardom differently, so it makes sense that this book opens with themContinue reading “Review: Dedicated (Rhythm of Love #1) by Neve Wilder”