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Living Out Loud by Christina Lee & Nyrae Dawn

Some collabs just work. This one is extra special as it crosses two series.

No point for this image… they were just cute, okay? #don’tjudgeme

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Ben and Xavier were childhood best friends. Ben’s father, the pastor in their community, devout to the extreme and generally a homophobe will do everything in his power to “cure” his son. As a result, Ben has gone through some challenges when dealing with his sexuality and his family’s acceptance, his community’s harsh judgement and life in general, and of course, that’s what has influenced his relationship with Ezra. Continue reading “Living Out Loud by Christina Lee & Nyrae Dawn”

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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”

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Sinful Distraction by London Hale

I know I’ve said it about the previous book, but this one takes the bank. It’s my favorite so far. And this is why…

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Ok, so take a young man, who’s life has always been unsure. He’s left his home town to try and find himself, his place in life. He’s always been close to his family, and now in his 20’s and in need of cash, whores himself out. Fine, whores himself is too blunt. He takes on a phone sex line and pleasures women. Or men. Continue reading “Sinful Distraction by London Hale”