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Book Review: Unbreakable Stories: Snow by Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott

Reviewed by Susan65

Title: Unbreakable Stories: Snow
Authors: Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott
Series: Unbreakable Bonds #2.5
Heroes: Ashton”Snow” Frost/Jude Torres
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 152 Pages
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: December 29, 2016
Available at:  Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:

Unbreakable Stories: Snow is a collection of short stories and a novelette set after the events of Shatter, book 2 of the Unbreakable Bonds series and before Torch, book 3. Follow the continuing, passionate and heartfelt romance between Dr. Ashton “Snow” Frost and Jude Torres as they merge their lives together as a couple.

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Audio Review: Names Can Never Hurt Me by Wade Kelly

Reviewed by Morgan 

29737787Title: Names Can Never Hurt Me
Author: Wade Kelly
Narrator: Jack Amber
Heroes: Nick Jones/Raffael “RC” Coppola
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 11 Hours, 18 Minutes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: March 21, 2016
Available at: Amazon, Audible and iTunes
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: What if sexuality wasn’t a definable thing and labels merely got in the way?

Nick Jones can’t remember a time when he wasn’t part of the in crowd. Everywhere he goes, he stands out as the best looking guy in the room, and women practically fall into bed with him. Then, after kissing Corey on a dare led to much more and on many occasions, Nick’s “screw anything” reputation escalated, but he didn’t care.

When Nick meets RC at the restaurant where he works, it throws his whole life out of whack. RC lives up to his dubbed nickname “Scruffy Dude.” He seems Nick’s complete opposite, but Nick can’t get him out of his head.

Because of peer-pressure and his fears about defining his sexuality, Nick struggles with stepping out of his comfort zone and caring about someone different than himself. If he’s lucky, somewhere between arrogance and ignorance, Nick might find out what it means to be an adult, but if he’s wrong, he could lose everything.

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Audio Review: I Can See for Miles by Lisa Worrall

Reviewed by Morgan

12Title: I Can See for Miles
Author: Lisa Worrall
Narrator: Chris Patton
Heroes: Josh Donald and Charlie Cooper
Genre: M/M Contemporary
Length: 200 Pages / 4 Hours, 58 Minutes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: Book – May 1, 2013 / Audio – September 5, 2014
Available at: Dreamspinner Press, Amazon, Audible and iTunes
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Blurb: After a kayaking accident took Josh Donald’s sight, he’s faced with learning to negotiate the world as a blind man. In short order, his boyfriend leaves him behind, making it clear he’s not inclined to deal with special needs. Reeling from the blow, Josh flounders. In an attempt to help, Josh’s friends take him to a camp for the blind, where he falls for the camp organizer, Charlie Cooper.

Charlie seems to feel the attraction too, but when a horse named Dottie pushes them into a hot first kiss, Charlie resists. He believes he’s damaged goods, not boyfriend material. Since the accident, Josh has faced tough obstacles, but the most challenging hurdle of all may be getting Charlie to open up and take a chance on love.
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Categories: 4 Star Ratings, Audio Review, Guest Reviewer, LGBT, Published in 2014 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Book Review: Names Can Never Hurt Me by Wade Kelly

Guest Reviewed by Morgan

iTitle: Names Can Never Hurt Me
Author: Wade Kelly
Heroes: Nick Jones/Raffael Coppola
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 340 Pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: August 11, 2014
Available at:  Dreamspinner Press
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  What if sexuality wasn’t a definable thing and labels merely got in the way?

Nick Jones can’t remember a time when he wasn’t part of the in crowd. Everywhere he goes, he stands out as the best looking guy in the room, and women practically fall into bed with him. Then, after kissing Corey on a dare led much more and on many occasions, Nick’s “screw anything” reputation escalated, but he didn’t care.

When Nick meets RC at the restaurant where he works, it throws his whole life out of whack. Overweight, always sweaty, gay, and hairy like a bear, RC lives up to his dubbed nickname “Scruffy Dude.” He seems Nick’s complete opposite, but Nick can’t get him out of his head.

Because of peer-pressure and his fears about defining his sexuality, Nick struggles with stepping out of his comfort zone and caring about someone different than himself. If he’s lucky, somewhere between arrogance and ignorance, Nick might find out what it means to be an adult, but if he’s wrong, he could lose everything.
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