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​ Reunion by London Hale

We’re going back to Temperance Falls, but from a whooooole different angle.

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It’s reunion time, but for Luke it’s a chance to see Hannah again. Hannah, who he’s been in love with for more than a decade. The same Hannah that was stolen from right under his nose, by his ungrateful, quite disgusting (if I do say so myself) step brother. Continue reading “​ Reunion by London Hale”

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Re-release: OUT OF UNIFORM by Elle Kennedy

​We’re THRILLED to bring you these delicious re-released stories from Elle Kennedy!!!

Three sizzling-hot stories from New York Times and international bestselling
author Elle Kennedy!

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Textual Relations by Cate Ashwood

Occasionally I get approached by an author about a book of theirs, and while I really want to read everything under the sun (and the moon), I don’t have much time. So I choose selectively. Something about Textual Relations made me curious, and so I accepted.

Will you believe me if I said that when I started reading the book, I didn’t remember what it was about, and it didn’t even occur to me that it’s MM?

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So I pick up the book and start reading, and after a few minutes I’m at 10%. Color me surprised, but then, somehow, the story flows so well for me, I keep reading. There’s a boy, who’s a total nerd, introvert, and possibly shy. I have it in my head Henry (said boy) is on the spectrum. Possibly Aspergers? Continue reading “Textual Relations by Cate Ashwood”

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The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Need by Deborah Wilde

This series is one of the most fun to read. All because of Deb’s writing style, her fast wit and – let’s face it – her overdeveloped imagination. I’ll read anything she’ll write, even if it’s not my favorite genre.

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This book is packed with things happening in all different directions of Nava’s life. Continue reading “The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Need by Deborah Wilde”