Brave & Beautiful (Sassy Boyz #3) by Elizabeth Varlet #BookReview #GayRomance
Brave & Beautiful is the third story in the Sassy Boyz series by Elizabeth Varlet, which won the GraveTells Romance award for Series of the Year in 2016. I adore these sassy, sexy men who kick ass on the dance floor and do it in killer heels. With no shame and no apologies. Brave & Beautiful is the story of Tam, a gifted dancer with a traumatic past, and Driver, a drifter running from his past—a celebration of courage, acceptance, understanding, and the beauty of femme men and the dance that defines them. Brave & Beautiful is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
November 20, 2016
Dark and Dazzling (Sassy Boyz #2) by Elizabeth Varlet #BookReview
Let me just say straight off: I LOVED THIS BOOK! Not only is this series unique in a genre crowded by tired tropes and cookie-cutter characters, this book in particular shines so brightly that I couldn't stop thinking about it for days. Connelly Reid—a police detective with a giving spirit and a helping heart—is such a likeable guy, yet he can go into dominant cop mode in a heartbeat. This guy gives off safe vibes as easily as he can send that thrill of power over your skin. So sexy. After an accidental meeting reveals the real Azariah Hayes, Con can't stop thinking about him.
July 4, 2016
Fierce & Fabulous (Sassy Boyz #1) by Elizabeth Varlet #BookReview
When Fitch Donovan sees Ansel Becke dancing on stage, he's immediately attracted to those lush lips and long, graceful legs. It doesn't take long for Fitch to realize the dancer he's lusting after is actually a man, and yet he finds himself still attracted. Unusual for a guy who has always identified as straight and has never before been attracted to another male. Ansel is practically the embodiment of "fierce and fabulous" and takes pleasure in treating this sexy stranger to a personal lap dance. Fierce & Fabulous is a solid story and is recommended for readers who love sassy, fabulous, ballsy male-male romance.
November 19, 2012
Review: Iced (Dani O’Malley #1) by Karen Marie Moning
Dublin. One year after the walls between Faerie and Earth fell and a third of the planet's human population was wiped out in a single night. Dani O'Malley is a sidhe-seer, an enhanced human who can move at super speed and who has suffered more than her share of tragedy and abuse in her very short life. Something is haunting Dublin, turning people to ice sculptures all over town, and every special skill and ability Dani has is about to be put to the test as she is forcibly recruited into mysterious bad boy Ryodan's investigation. Caught between two unpredictable, sexy, and overbearing immortal men and a blossoming friendship with a genius human boy, Dani is about to embark on the most [...]
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