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Alaska by Cate Ashwood

I. Swooned.

Seriously, I really enjoyed this one. Here’s why:

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I love love looooooooooove Holden. The boy is seriously the best thing ever for doing everything his way, even if he thinks he’s doing whatever his father wants. I seriously believe his wants simply aligned with his idiot father for most of his life. Continue reading “Alaska by Cate Ashwood”

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Down by Contact by Santino Hassell

OMG I’m in love with Santino Hassell’s talented imagination. Sometimes NetGalley’s newsletters really do make me find gems.

First, I wish I knew of him when I lived in NYC. Hassell is one heck of an author. Secondly I’m going to read through his work slowly but surely. And lastly – yay for discovering another mucho talented male romance author.

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My OCD makes me read books in order, so when I discovered Down by Contact is a second in a series, I grabbed myself a copy of Illegal Contact. Then I read it in one swoop (took a nap in between). Loooooooooved it, and then immediately fell into Down by Contact. And oh boy….  Continue reading “Down by Contact by Santino Hassell”

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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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Man Hands by Sarina Bowen & Tanya Eby

I didn’t know what I was up against when I picked this book to read. But I can’t regret even one second.

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This one is a surprise. It’s very different from anything of Sarina Bowen that I’ve read to date. Granted, that’s not a lot, but still. Tanya Eby, now, is completely new to me. Continue reading “Man Hands by Sarina Bowen & Tanya Eby”