Book Review: Angels in the City by Garrett Leigh

Garrett Leigh writes excellent angst, so I was curious to see how that would balance out the inherent lightness of a holiday romance. I was not disappointed by any means, as Jonah and Sacha stumble into a relationship together throughout a single December. Neither man really does relationships for various reasons, but their first hookupContinue reading “Book Review: Angels in the City by Garrett Leigh”

Book Review: Broken Chains MC Series by E.M. Lindsey

This post includes reviews of the books in the Broken Chains MC series: Tidal Wave (#1) Backfire (#2) Broken Wings (#3) Wicked (#4) Tidal Wave (Broken Chains MC #1) I’ve never read an MC (motorcycle club) romance and never really thought it’d be my jam. But since E.M. Lindsey is one of my favorite authors,Continue reading “Book Review: Broken Chains MC Series by E.M. Lindsey”

Book Review: A Thousand Lifetimes by Kate Hawthorne

Vampires are my jam, and Hawthorne is one of my favorite authors. The only reason I hadn’t read this book before now is that I’m rationing her titles since I’m almost out of “new” things to read by her. Once I started this book, I couldn’t put it down. I didn’t get enough sleep lastContinue reading “Book Review: A Thousand Lifetimes by Kate Hawthorne”

Book Review: Navarro (Rebel Sky Ranch #3) by Kelly Fox

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Rebel Sky Ranch series: Goodnight (#1) Sparrow (#2) Disclaimer: I received an electronic ARC of this novel from the author. “The worst-kept secret at Rebel Sky Ranch is that Desi Navarro loves Wyatt Goodnight.” Fox has been planting the seeds of this romance from the veryContinue reading “Book Review: Navarro (Rebel Sky Ranch #3) by Kelly Fox”

Book Review: Priest Series by Sierra Simone

This post includes reviews of the books in the Priest series: Priest (#1) Sinner (#2) Saint (#3) Priest (Priest #1) I enjoyed this book a lot more when I stopped thinking about it as a romance. I have very little patience for the religious angst of white guys, especially when it involves a religion withContinue reading “Book Review: Priest Series by Sierra Simone”

Book Review: A Mage’s Guide to Human Familiars (R’iyah Family Archives #1) by A.J. Sherwood

American readers of a certain age probably got a strange hit of nostalgia while reading this delightful queer paranormal romance novel. The ways Sherwood presents the mage/familiar bond and how Bel interacts with both Nico and Garen gave me lovely echoes of the television show Sentinel; however, this book is not fanfic with the serialContinue reading “Book Review: A Mage’s Guide to Human Familiars (R’iyah Family Archives #1) by A.J. Sherwood”

Book Review: Heart by Garrett Leigh

Leigh usually rips my heart out with her writing, and this book more than lived up to that expectation. I first met these heroes as side characters in another series by Leigh and immediately knew I needed to learn more about them. This story is half about the unexpected connection and subsequent romance shared byContinue reading “Book Review: Heart by Garrett Leigh”

Book Review: Heal (White House Men #7) by Nora Phoenix

Read my reviews of the previous books in the White House Men series. Like many others, I anxiously awaited the final book in this amazing political romance series. This book tied together not only the remaining characters who more than deserved their happily ever after but also acted as a sort of epilogue for theContinue reading “Book Review: Heal (White House Men #7) by Nora Phoenix”

Book Review: Always Eli (Forever Love #1) by Charlie Novak

As the titular character, everything about Eli would have made it easy for him to overshadow everything about this romance. However, Novak is adept at character, which always brings her storytelling to the next level. Not only does Tristan’s solid sweetness function as more than a match for Eli’s sharper edges, but these men existContinue reading “Book Review: Always Eli (Forever Love #1) by Charlie Novak”

Book Review: Disciplinary Action by Onley James

I love reading about power exchange relationships, but only those that come from a position of equality. Therefore, I was hesitant to start this book for quite a bit until it was the only book left by this author that I hadn’t read. Since she hasn’t let me down yet, I figured it was timeContinue reading “Book Review: Disciplinary Action by Onley James”