Book Review: Playing the Palace by Paul Rudnick

I find it hilarious that “gay English prince” is a legitimate subgenre of queer romance. Still, I worried that I’d find it repetitive after previously enjoying Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston and The Spare by Miranda Dubner. Overall, this book is much more of a romantic comedy like the former, but itContinue reading “Book Review: Playing the Palace by Paul Rudnick”

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: Royally Screwed by Lynn Van Dorn

This novel is one of those books that would probably have better reviews if the back-cover description was a bit more comprehensive. Some aspects of this book that verge strongly into light BDSM territory are not going to be for everyone. The early chapters showing the characters as they age together place it firmly inContinue reading “Review: Royally Screwed by Lynn Van Dorn”

Review: The Spare by Miranda Dubner

As an author who regularly breaks genre rules herself, it came as no surprise to me that this book was self-published. It is absolutely a love story and romance. But it centers on more than the two heroes, includes a healthy dose of family drama, and has the audacity to feature more than two pointsContinue reading “Review: The Spare by Miranda Dubner”