Review: Chaos Reigning, by Jessie Mihalik

[fa icon="calendar'] May 20, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Ana Coqui posted in review

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In the final book of the Consortium Rebellion, Chaos Reigning, Catarina the youngest of the von Hasenbergs, takes center stage when the survival of not only her house but the whole Consortium is at stake. Catarina is used to being dismissed by others, hiding her sharp mind and unexpected strength behind frivolous conversations and colorful accessories.

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Review: Date Me, Bryson Keller, by Kevin van Whye

[fa icon="calendar'] May 19, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Andrea posted in review

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"And just like that, I've kicked the closet door open."

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An Interview with Date Me, Bryson Keller author Kevin van Whye

[fa icon="calendar'] May 18, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Andrea posted in interview

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Sometimes you meet a novel that just clicks. Such was the case for Andrea and debut author Kevin Van Whye's Date Me, Bryson Keller.

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Review: Guarding Temptation, by Talia Hibbert

[fa icon="calendar'] May 14, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Melanie posted in review

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Guarding Temptation was previously published as a short story titled Resisting Desire in the Rogue Nights anthology. The new and updated version has been revised to double the original story so if you’ve already read the original version, there’s a lot more to the story of Nina and James in this novella.

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Excerpt & Giveaway: Starcrossed, by Allie Therin

[fa icon="calendar'] May 12, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Suzanne posted in giveaway, excerpt

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Did you catch Allie Therin's debut m/m 1920's paranormal romance last year? Because we did. If you read Spellbound, you'll want to get in on this giveaway of the sequel, Starcrossed. And if you didn't, now's a great time to grab that first book! (It's only $1.99 as I'm writing this on 5/5/20.)

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Review: He's Come Undone, an Anthology

[fa icon="calendar'] May 11, 2020 9:54:45 AM / by Melanie posted in review

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Here’s the thing about anthologies. They usually contain a couple of good stories that anchor the collection and a couple of middling to forgettable stories that might just get skimmed. However, He’s Come Undone features five incredibly strong, nuanced, sweet romances featuring five of the brightest voices in romance today. The connective thread that ties these stories together is that they feature buttoned-up, rather stuffy heroes who embark on unexpected romances with people who help them to, well, become undone.

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Mini-Reviews, 5/8/20 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] May 8, 2020 2:47:05 PM / by Suzanne posted in review

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Mini-reviews of Flying Gold, Shift Out of Luck, Time of Our Lives, and House of Salt and Sorrows. So that's an f/m adult contemporary romance, an f/m paranormal, an f/m YA contemporary and an f/m gothic fantasy.

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Review: The Rogue of Fifth Avenue, by Joanna Shupe

[fa icon="calendar'] May 5, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Melanie posted in review

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Let me begin by saying that The Rogue of Fifth Avenue was my very first Joanna Shupe and it definitely won’t be my last. I already have the next book ready to go and have pre-ordered the final book in the series.

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Top Off Your TBR: May 2020 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 30, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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In the spirit of finding moments of joy during all of this, here are some May releases we're looking forward to reading. We hope you're safe.

Editor's Note: So many books have moved, it's been chaos. If these dates are incorrect, please know that we did the best we could!

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Review: The Iron Crown, by M.A. Grant

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 27, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Suzanne posted in review

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The Iron Crown is the third book in M.A. Grant's m/m fantasy romance series and I think it's my favorite. The first book is enemies-to-lovers and contains a fair bit of torture and a brewing war. The second is friends?-to-lovers and again... torture and war violence. This one contains a friendship-to-lovers romance SEVEN HUNDRED YEARS in the making. Lugh's human bodyguard/best friend Keiran has been by his side since Lugh was a young teen and rebuffed Lugh's sexual advances once when Lugh was an older teen. And then 700 years passed and Lugh is still convinced that Keiran wants nothing romantic from him. They sleep next to each other every night, they comfort and encourage each other, they do everything a long-term couple would do. And they're absolute idiots. Seriously. 700 years of pining.

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