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April 1, 2014

Book Review: Static by L.A. Witt

*** This review is SPOILER-FREE! Read on with confidence! ***

First of all, the premise for this book is truly unique. A creative blend of gay-for-you, straight, and paranormal/scifi romance, Static is interesting before you even crack the virtual cover. This is a story about shape-shifters, people whose shift changes their gender rather than their species. The author put a lot of thought into what a gender-shifters reality would actually be like… how their attraction to the opposite sexes works, the societal nuances and expectations, the complications of long term relationships. It’s a fascinating pseudo case study in gender identity [...]

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October 2, 2013

Book Review: Capture & Surrender (Market Garden #5) by L.A. Witt and Aleksandr Voinov

What starts out as a hedonistic story about an American ex-military rentboy, his British boss, and his kinky "captures" on the paintball field quickly transcends 'predictably exciting' and 'traditionally sexy' and barrels straight into tackling serious issues with sobering consequences and heart-wrenching emotional highs and lows. I was already a fan of the Market Garden series before starting this book, but Capture and Surrender completely blew me away. Not only did the authors develop two fairly untouched characters (one is completely new) from the series and incorporate the storyline beautifully into the events of other chapters in Market Garden, they took on a difficult subject and [...]
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August 6, 2013

Micro-Review: Covet Thy Neighbor (Tucker Springs #4) by L.A. Witt

Covet Thy Neighbor is a love story between two men, one of whom is a Christian minister and the other an atheist tattoo artist, so I'll assume if you're interested in reading this story you are at least a little open minded about both m/m relationships and differences in religion. That said, the characters are likable and deeper than surface level and their discussion of religion and homosexuality is well written, engaging without being overbearing or offensive either way. The characters have depth and their conversations- and disagreements- are believable. The conclusion of the story is satisfying and makes sense, and doesn't require either of them to change who they are to be with [...]
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