The Close Proximity series is set in London and features a group of friends who find that love is often closer to home than they think. this book features a jaded war correspondent and his second chance at love with a sassy younger man.
Milo Unusual. Quirky. Different. I’ve heard it all. I’ve accepted I’m not for everyone. Maybe not anyone. When I find out I inherited a bookstore and apartment on a small East Coast island, I jump at the chance for a new life. Turns out, I’ve also inherited a sexy, tattooed guy who not only rents the … Continue reading Boyfriend Goals | Riley Hart (Book Review)
Truman Reid is Summitville High’s most out-and-proud senior. He can’t wait to take his fierce, uncompromising self away from his small Ohio River hometown, where he’s suffered more than his share of bullying. He’s looking forward to bright lights and a big city. Maybe he’ll be the first ever genderfluid star to win an Academy … Continue reading Book Review: Bigger Love (Big Love #2) by Rick R. Reed
Jag. Uninhibited. Possessive. Walks on the wild side. Dane. Gentle giant. Monster lover. Plays it safe. Dane always knew his illicit fantasies of rough sex and dangerous men would one day lead him down a path of no return, but no matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t stay away. After being beaten half to death by … Continue reading Book Review | Primal by K.A. Merikan
In my defense, I was left alone with a bottle of single-malt and a life-long penchant for protecting my baby sister. Still, that's no excuse to send ten drunk-texts on why her hasty marriage would be a mistake.If only I had just texted my sister. But nope. I accidentally sent the message to her, her … Continue reading Book Review | The Best Men by Sarina Bowen & Lauren Blakely
After escaping a murderer and resurrecting his boyfriend, Sage figures he deserves a little time to recover. Unfortunately, life is rarely fair. So instead of a break, he gets to deal with a magical law enforcement rookie asking uncomfortable questions about his brush with death. The quaesitor is acting downright suspicious. Or is it suspiciously? … Continue reading Book Review: Fluke and the Faithless Father | Sam Burns
Frat Wars #1: King of Thieves by Saxon James We’re basically Romeo and Juliet. But dudes. And without all the dying. Chad Being VP of Sigma Beta Psi is wild. I get all the benefits of being in charge with hardly any of the responsibility. Parties, pranks, and frat politics—college life has never been sweeter. … Continue reading Book Review: King of Thieves (Frat Wars 1) by Saxon James