eBook Review: If Only in My Dreams by Keira Andrews

If Only in My Dreams is a new adult gay romance novella from Keira Andrews. It tells the story of Charlie Yates, who’s in a horrible predicament. He’s supposed to be heading home from college at Christmastime, and he’s promised his little sister – who’s been very ill – that he’ll be home to open presents

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eBook Review: Bleeding Heart by A.M. Hartnett

I didn’t realise until after reading Bleeding Heart that it’s technically a sequel. However, if I didn’t realise, it shows it works perfectly well as a standalone novel! This tells the story of widower Seth Axworthy. He’s a landlord, and things got a little complicated with some of his previous tenants – so he’s vowed

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eBook Review: Muscling In by Lily Harlem

Muscling In is a MMF erotic romance novel from Lily Harlem. Generally speaking, give me a book by Lily Harlem and I’ll love it. This one is definitely no exception. It tells the story of married couple Sian and Coben, who have a very satisfying, adventurous sex life, and they totally adore each other. They’re also

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eBook Review: The Queen by Tiffany Reisz

As with each of Ms Reisz’s tales, The Queen is a book with a complex web of characters and plot lines, with past and present heavily intertwined. These are not easy, light reads. But damn, are they good. As I’ve mentioned in previous reviews of books in this series, if you haven’t read any of

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eBook Review: From Prussia With Love by Tina Christopher

From Prussia With Love is book one in the Victoria’s Secret Agents series from Tina Christopher. It’s a steampunk/alternative history erotic romance, and while it probably won’t be for everyone, it’s a good fun read. It tells the story of secret agent Clara Redbeck. She’s been tasked with stopping a traitor from bombing London to

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eBook Review: Good Manors by Victoria Blisse

I’m a sucker for a Victoria Blisse book as it is, but when she went and wrote about one of my favourite things – stately homes – I knew I had to check out this novel. Good Manors tells the story of journalist India Grace, who, as the book’s imprint (What’s Her Secret?) suggests, has

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eBook Review: Valor on the Move by Keira Andrews

Well, Ms Andrews has done it again! I loved her Amish books, so was eager to read this when it came out. I mean, Secret Service agent – what’s not to like? And I definitely wasn’t disappointed. Valor on the Move tells the story of the president’s youngest son, Rafael, whose codename is Valor. He’s

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eBook Review: Tap Out by Cat Grant

Tap Out is the third book in the Bannon’s Gym series from Cat Grant. I read and very much enjoyed the first two, so looked forward to seeing what was in store for the characters next. While the switching POVs can be a little confusing, this book mainly tells the tale of Tom and Aaron,

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eBook Review: A Kiss is a Kiss is a Kiss by Destiny Moon

A Kiss is a Kiss is a Kiss is a short lesbian erotic romance story from Destiny Moon. It tells the story of Rachel, a self-confessed bookish dyke. It’s Pride morning, and she’s hiding out in the local LGBTQ bookstore, helping to put together the store’s float for the parade. Whilst there, she confesses having

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eBook Review: Firecracker by Natalie Dae

Firecracker is a quick and naughty read from Natalie Dae. It tells the story of a young woman who’s being stalked… or so she thinks. Without giving too much away, it’s a case of mistaken identity, and our heroine faces two choices – go with the hottie that’s stalking her, or carry on with her life

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eBook Review: In Expert Hands by Lily Harlem

I read the spin-off story to this,In Safe Hands, a while back, as part of the Sexy Just Got Richanthology, so I very much looked forward to meeting the other Ward brother. I’m glad to say I wasn’t disappointed. I enjoy Lily Harlem’s writing, though it was a rarity to read something she’d written in

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eBook Review: Cockpit by Kate Deveaux

I love me a good second chance story, and Cockpit is no exception. This tells the tale of high school sweethearts, Bobbi and Mack. Bobbi broke Mack’s heart years ago by leaving him to pursue her flying career, and never looked back. Now, forty years later, he’s on one of the commercial flights she’s piloting,

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eBook Review: Fire and Ice by A.M. Hartnett

Fire and Ice is a smokin’ hot erotic romance from A.M. Hartnett. When Julia begins teaching Russian hockey player Mick Volkov to speak French, she expects the hot-headed athlete to give up within a month. But it seems he’s as determined off the ice as he is on it. Not only does he stick with

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eBook Review: Chasing Shade by Sommer Marsden

Chasing Shade is a super-hot, super-romantic read from the never-disappointing Sommer Marsden. It tells the story of Betsey and Archie, two adorable characters with plenty of darkness and sadness in their respective pasts. They meet in regular circumstances, but things quickly turn irregular when Betsey manages to score Archie a home and a job in

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eBook Review: Playing with Fire by Kat Black

Having read Melting Ms Frost, I was eager to dive between the covers of its sequel,Playing with Fire. I really liked the characters, Aidan and Annabel, and wanted to find out where their intriguing story went next. I’m glad to say I wasn’t disappointed. In fact, I found this sequel to be even better than

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eBook Review: Melting Ms Frost by Kat Black

Melting Ms Frost is an erotic romance novel mostly set in London, England. It tells the story of Annabel Frost, a restaurant manager whose manner certainly matches up to her surname. Her staff are terrified of her, and she keeps everyone at arm’s length. But when she takes some time off work for a family emergency,

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eBook Review: Sweet Agony by Charlotte Stein

It’s been a while since I read a Charlotte Stein book, so I was pleased when this popped up in NetGalley. I didn’t even bother to read the blurb – it’s Charlotte Stein, who needs a blurb? – so when I dove in and started reading I thought I was reading a paranormal. The setting

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eBook Review: La Brat by Ashe Barker

I very much enjoyed Ashe Barker’s previous novel in this imprint, Chameleon (though it’s worth noting all the books in this imprint are standalones), so I was eager to check out this one – set in my favourite city, no less. La Brat tells the story of Eugenie, a submissive who managed to piss off her

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eBook Review: Silver Bastard by Joanna Wylde

Silver Bastard is the first book in Joanna Wylde’s Silver Valley series, which is a spinoff of the Reapers series. It looks to me as though there will be crossover between characters and storylines from the various motorcycle clubs, but this book still reads perfectly well as a standalone – though I suspect if you enjoyed

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eBook Review: A Way Home by Keira Andrews

I’m a huge fan of the previous two books in this series, so I was eager to get my hands on this third (and sadly final) instalment, A Way Home. It’s difficult to review series books without mentioning things which may be spoilers for the previous books – so if you haven’t read the other

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Book Review: The Virgin by Tiffany Reisz

The Virgin is the third book in The White Years part of Tiffany Reisz’s Original Sinners series. And, sorry to those of you who have heard this all before, but to those of you that haven’t… if you haven’t read any of the books, I wouldn’t advise continuing to read this review. Although I avoid spoilers wherever possible, there are

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Book Review: Takedown by Cat Grant

Takedown is book two in Cat Grant’s popular Bannon’s Gym series. I read and enjoyed book one, Black Dog, and already have the third title lined up on my Kindle. This is a great series for fans of M/M, especially if they like plenty of angst, real life drama and an overdose of testosterone. This book takes place a

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Book Review: Cream by Lana Fox

Cream is an erotic romance novel with a BDSM theme. It tells the story of Caroline Spence, a jazz singer who sees an ad in a newspaper and ends up on a journey she really wasn’t expecting. She becomes the submissive of the dark and delicious Marcus, who shares her penchant for kink and double cream,

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Books: Girls Who Score, edited by Ily Goyanes

Girls Who Score is a lesbian erotic anthology with a theme of athletics/sports. Edited by Ily Goyanes, this book also boasts contributions from writers such as Sacchi Green, D. L. King, Delilah Devlin, Shanna Germain, Sinclair Sexsmith, Sommer Marsden, Cheyenne Blue and many more. The tales have roller derby, soccer, hockey, scuba diving, gym-related sex and

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