Review – Let Your Hearts Be Light by Fae Quin

This unabashed MM romance is delightful, and sparkles off the page. It has everything a non-cynical, Christmas-loving, egg-nog glugging, cashmere scarf wearing, relentlessly cheerful, saying Happy Christmas to everybody, Fair Isle sock rocking, winter bunny could ever want. It has a cute dog. It has a cheerful brother with A CHRISTMAS TREE FARM. It hasContinue reading “Review – Let Your Hearts Be Light by Fae Quin”

I Come Bearing Gifts…

Or gift, to be precise. My holiday novella is more about two men trying not to kill each other in the office, whilst having lots of sex, to be honest. And it’s FREE. The only catch? I’d like you to Subscribe to my newsletter! AND there will be other novellas coming down the line, forContinue reading “I Come Bearing Gifts…”

Book Release – Ties That Bind by Jayne Lockwood

It’s here! The latest book in the Switchblade Romance series is now on Kindle Unlimited. This book completes the story of badass anti-hero, Richard Mason and his beautiful husband, as they negotiate the fallout from Richard’s gangster past. Trigger warnings for self-harm, drug use and abuse, dubious consent, mental health issues. BLURB “When it comesContinue reading “Book Release – Ties That Bind by Jayne Lockwood”

Review – Devil’s Due by J.P. Jackson

Dominic Ronove (Dom!) is a badass demon who is very good at his job, giving humans whatever they want for six years before they have to repay the debt, often bloodily and always without mercy. Malik is a cute, intelligent guy who moves across Dom’s radar and piques his interest, setting in motion events whichContinue reading “Review – Devil’s Due by J.P. Jackson”

Review – Use As Wallpaper by Glenn Quigley

This is a quick but nuanced and entertaining read, about letting go of the past and moving on, as well as respecting one’s heritage and keeping old traditions alive. Stuart is a lovely guy, a bear-like man with a gentle soul, still unable to replace the last picture of him and his ex, which isContinue reading “Review – Use As Wallpaper by Glenn Quigley”

Review – Every Shade of Me by Alec John Belle

I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to read an ARC of this book, and from the first line, I was hooked.  The writing is wonderful, an easy read but one that deals with tough subjects. I had no idea what an empath was until I read this, but Grayson (the main character) hasContinue reading “Review – Every Shade of Me by Alec John Belle”

Review – A Bridge To Forever by N. Dune

Set in the world of the Beyond The Tide series, so there are events mentioned in this book which make more sense in the wider context of the series. However, this reads well as a standalone novel once this is borne in mind. This is a great story of an established couple, yet each isContinue reading “Review – A Bridge To Forever by N. Dune”

Review – Cursed by J.P. Jackson

I’ve been looking forward to this, I loved Summoned (see my review here) and this is the next instalment. To be fair, it can be read as a standalone, as the author does a stellar job of explaining what happened in the first book, without info-dumping or forced insertions of prose. So if you haven’tContinue reading “Review – Cursed by J.P. Jackson”

Review – Just Jonathan by Donna Scuvotti

This was a new genre for me, a cosy murder mystery book, although to be honest, it isn’t that cosy. Compared to some of the stuff I read, I guess it is but don’t be fooled. There are some tough issues being played out here. Jonathan is a thirteen-year-old boy dealing with the death ofContinue reading “Review – Just Jonathan by Donna Scuvotti”

Review – Did My Heart Love Till Now? by V.B. Emanuele

I was gifted an ARC copy in return for a fair and honest review. This was a lush and lurid mafia romance, detailing the forbidden love affair between Gavino and Sofia, from opposing New York crime families. (Forbidden because the families hate each other. No other reason.) This story grabs you by the throat andContinue reading “Review – Did My Heart Love Till Now? by V.B. Emanuele”