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Cruising by Cate Ashwood

I’m starting this review with a big thanks to Cate Ashwood. I was in a book funk and, sure, it didn’t last more than a week. But that’s a long time for me.

Boys and girls, when you’re in a funk, here’s my tip: pick up a novella you know you can get through in a couple of hours tops (with a coffee break), and make sure it’s a trope you enjoy with a nice HEA. And you’re golden.

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Jake and Dylan are besties. Boy besties. Sorry, if I didn’t mention it before, this one is MM novella. Continue reading “Cruising by Cate Ashwood”

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Michael’s Wings by Tiffany Reisz

Sigh…. there’s so much to say about this one. But the only thing I will is this:

I. LOVED. IT. the mostest of my recent reads.

And it was so freaking short!!! Ok, but there are tons of shorts in it.

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This book is compiled of one center story, Michael’s Wings, and then a bajillion shorty short stories, all revolving around Michael’s life and relationship with Griffin. Continue reading “Michael’s Wings by Tiffany Reisz”

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Eyes on You by Laura Kaye

From New York Times Bestselling author Laura Kaye, comes EYES ON YOU, a new novella in her Blasphemy Series, brought to you by 1,001 Dark Nights! Be sure to grab your copy today!

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OMG Wolf is amazing!!!! I admit I hadn’t given him much thought previously, mostly because he wasn’t a very dominant Master, always in his control room.  Continue reading “Eyes on You by Laura Kaye”

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The Faintest Spark by Christina Lee

In my wildest dreams I didn’t dare to hope there’d be a Malachi book. BUT THERE IS!!!

Granted, it’s a novella, but so so so good, and not too long/too short.

**Thanks, Christina, for this copy in exchange for my honest review. Here it goes…

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Malachi and Sawyer got close when the whole thing with Jake went down. Mal comforted him when his time at the Asylum got intense, when things got too much and Sawyer needed a friendly, somewhat brotherly/fatherly distraction. This was a while ago, though. Continue reading “The Faintest Spark by Christina Lee”