Posts Tagged With: Duet Publishing

Book Review: The Professor and the Smuggler by Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon

Guest Reviewed by Ami

27869477Title: The Professor and the Smuggler
Authors: Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon
Heroes: Phillip Singleton/Carne Treleaven
Genre: MM Historical
Length: 222 pages
Publisher: Duet Publishing
Release Date: January 2, 2016
Available at:  Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  A grumpy smuggler meets a bumbling professor and treasure is found.

An explorer at heart, former university professor Phillip Singleton’s adventures have only taken place in his imagination—until recently. Exploring the Cornish coast to research a travel book, he encounters a living example of a pirate archetype. Dark-haired, black-bearded Carne Treleaven might have been hewn from the very rock his name describes, and Phillip is eager to discover more.

Carne has little patience for the awkward, dreamy professor, an outsider who must be steered away from local secrets. He agrees to serve as a guide to seaside caves where smugglers once operated only to keep Phillip away from more recent activity.

As personalities clash, secrets unfold, and riches are revealed, the two polar opposites find the point where their similarities lay. Carne’s old beliefs are shattered by his attraction to a man and he must decide if he’s willing to take a huge step outside his familiar life and into a brand new world.
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Book Review: Sin & the Preacher’s Son by Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon

Reviewed by Heather C

1Title:  Sin & the Preacher’s Son
Authors:  Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon
Heroes: Jonah/Rafe
Genre: MM Historical Romance
Length: 219 Pages
Publisher: Duet Publishing
Release Date: April 1, 2014
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: Driven from his family when his sexuality is exposed, Jonah discovers drama, passion and intrigue in a traveling carnival—and in the enigmatic owner, Rafe Grimstone. The preacher’s son and the lord who’s rejected his former life in England feel the heat of attraction from the moment they meet.

Open-hearted Jonah is willing to risk hellfire and damnation for brief moments of pleasure with Rafe, but the older man is frozen in a past he can’t escape no matter how far he runs. As Rafe struggles to choose between responsibilities of his present and his past, mysterious accidents assail the close-knit carnival community.

Will the perpetrator be revealed before the traveling show is ruined? And will Rafe finally reveal his true self to Jonah or continue to mask his identity like the changing images in a house of mirrors?

Previously published as House of Mirrors.
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