New Release: Love on Location by Lucy Felthouse

Theodore Albert Samuels strode through Stoneydale Hall, barely giving the opulent furnishings, the priceless art or the stunning architecture a second glance. It belonged to him, after all. It was all his, his birthright, his inheritance. He stopped suddenly. “Damn,” he muttered under his breath, hoping none of the film crew were taking any notice

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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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Book Extract from Brit Boys: With Toys

Aaron hummed contentedly as he walked along the white-painted corridor towards the locker room. He was happy in his job as a hospital porter. He might not be saving lives, like his doctor boyfriend, Blake, but he liked to think he was improving them. He made the effort with the patients he transported around—or the

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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 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 Extract: Native Tongue by Lucy Felthouse

Captain Hugh Wilkes drummed enthusiastically on the steering wheel of his car as he drove it up the M3 towards London. He sung loudly and tunelessly along to the song on the radio, too, but it didn’t matter. No one could hear him. He’d surprised himself by being so chilled out about the volume of

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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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Books: A Clean Break by Keira Andrews

I adored the first book in this series, A Forbidden Rumspringa, so eagerly pounced on this when it became available. If you haven’t read the first book, I recommend you do so before reading this one, or even the review as I don’t want to give any spoilers. In book two of this trilogy, David and

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Book Extract: Desert Heat by Lucy Felthouse

Captain Hugh Wilkes sucked in a deep breath, steeling himself for the heat he was about to be subjected to, though he already knew all the deep breaths in the world wouldn’t help. Darkness had fallen on Camp Bastion, in the notorious Helmand Province of Afghanistan, but there would still be residual warmth left to

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Coming Soon – Brit Boys: On Boys

Due for release on 30th December, Brit Boys: On Boys, a collection of 8 M/M novellas written by 8 top British M/M authors. This smokin’ hot box set is initially available at the bargain price of 99c/99p, that’s a steal for 147,000 words/440 pages of unforgettable M/M erotic romance that will leave your eReader, and you,

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eBook Review: Semper Fi by Keira Andrews

I adored the last Keira Andrews book I read (A Forbidden Rumspringa), so when I was offered the chance to read this one, I jumped at it. Gay, military and historical – what’s not to like? This book, set during WWII, tells the story of Cal and Jim, two men who meet in the Marines, go through

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Book Review: Black Dog (Bannon’s Gym) by Cat Grant

Black Dog is book one in Cat Grant’s Bannon’s Gym series, and based on this, I’ll definitely be checking out the rest of the books. This is gay erotic romance with some serious testosterone – and I’m not just talking about in the bedroom. This book tells the story of Danny Bannon and Eddie Roscoe – two guys

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