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May 16, 2018

You, Me & Her by Tanya Chris #BookReview #Polyamory

Don't judge Tanya Chris's You, Me & Her by its cover. This story has a lovely flow, a lyrical beauty that pulls you in right from the start. Tanya Chris's writing gave me the best feels, and I wanted to bundle up all the characters and snuggle them into bed with me. Tanya Chris has delivered an authentic, must-read story that stands out and demands attention in its own easy-going way. Click to read my full review!
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October 5, 2017

Skirt Chaser (Filthy Dirty Love #2) by Stacey Kennedy #BookReview #BillionaireRomance

Architecture executive Greyson Crawford is used to getting what he wants and making no apologies for it. This guy has confidence to spare, and he wears it well. When he charms his way into being Evie's date for a wedding she really shouldn't even have to be attending, he's damn near irresistible. The first chapter of this book is unputdownable, and it just gets hotter from there. A solid billionaire erotic romance with a little kink to spice up the bedroom play, Skirt Chaser is a GraveTells recommended read!
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October 4, 2017

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!
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June 2, 2013

Early Book Review: A Marine Affair (Always A Marine #13) by Heather Long

Heather Long's Always A Marine series showcases flawed, honorable, brave service men and women who work together to push through their issues, whether war-related or just plain everyday life stresses, and A Marine Affair is a solid addition to the family. This is the second story so far to feature two men as the protagonists and I love the way Ms. Long captures the rougher spirit of their relationship; there's something inherently different about how a man responds to another man romantically than how a man and woman interact. A Marine Affair is a Recommended Read!
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