Posts Tagged With: Conversion Therapy

Book Review: Bootleg Diva: Confessions of a Quarterback Princess by Levi Brody by Mercy Celeste

Reviewed by Susan65

30298306Title: Bootleg Diva
Author: Mercy Celeste
Series: Southern Scrimmage #4
Heroes: Levi Brody
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 232 Pages
Publisher: Mercy Celeste
Release Date: June 5, 2016
Available at:  Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: A Southern Scrimmage Biography

All heroes need an origins story.

From trailer park to the Super Dome.
Everybody’s All-American quarterback by day.
Infamous exotic dancer by night.

Levi Brody is one of the undisputed greats of the game. With two Super Bowl rings, one MVP, three Pro-Bowl appearances, three National Championships, three SEC Championships and four State High School championships Levi has indeed left his mark on the sport, but it’s all a load of crap.
This is my origin story and like all good origin stories, this one lies somewhere-
Between the helmet and the tiara.

The story of the rise and fall of the first fictional gay quarterback in the NFL.
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Book Review: Love Thyself by A.M. Snead

Reviewed by Susan65

1Title: Love Thyself
Author: A.M. Snead
Series: Made to Be Broken #2
Heroes: Jonah and Noble
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 191 Pages
Publisher: A.M. Snead
Release Date: June 15, 2014
Available at: Amazon
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Blurb: Desperate to battle his same-sex-attraction, certain he can “overcome” if he just had some help, Noble finally admits to himself that he is gay, and is prepared to come out to Rebecca and her family – until Rebecca accidentally discovers a message from Jonah on Noble’s phone. When it seems all hell is breaking loose, and he learns Jonah has decided to leave and go back upstate – and not return – Noble finds himself torn between what he has been “taught” throughout his life, and his growing feelings for Jonah. But when he takes a huge step and is shot down, he is devastated and, in desperation, ‘comes out’ to Mason, seeking help. With the pressure of Rebecca and Colleen on him to join an ex-gay program to get “fixed”, sensing Rebecca’s distaste for his ‘condition’, Noble is ushered onto a path he isn’t certain he wants to be on – seeking to please a woman he may have never been in love with.
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