Get your menage on with the Myths, Moons, & Mayhem anthology #BookReview #GayRomance #ParanormalRomance #Giveaway
Myths, Moons, & Mayhem is a collection of paranormal gay erotic shorts that is perfect for the busy reader. As we head into the hectic holiday season, reclaiming every minute of the day can be essential, so I love the flexibility this book offers. You can breeze through one story in just a few minutes, perk up your day, then move on with it. This anthology spans the gamut of paranormal genres and tropes and revels in sensual and erotic gay connections of the body and heart. Several of the shorts are witch or shifter themed, so it's perfect for the Halloween season. Readers who enjoy short, snackable vignettes will eat up this diverse quality collection of male-male menage erotica. Click [...]
July 18, 2016
His Royal Secret (His Royal Secret #1) by Lilah Pace #BookReview
I overall enjoyed this story—enough to stay up reading it till 2am on a work night—but I didn't adore it. I wanted the emotional arc to be stronger. James is believable, and his open, honest spirit balances Ben's more callous self-protective measures, but the relationship didn't sizzle or pop. I'm looking forward to following the other side of this huge moment the story forecasts, and seeing how the intensity in the men's relationship progresses.
January 3, 2016
Him (Him #1) by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy #BookReview #GTBA15
This is a feel good romance that does everything right. The characters are addicting, the relationship is deep and well founded, and the outcome is believable. While told from dual male first person perspective (present tense), the dialogue of these two young men feels authentic: no shadow of an overtly female brain penning their thoughts and actions. Wes and Jamie are virile, rough young men, and the prose honestly reflects that. HIM is the 2015 GraveTells Book of the Year!
August 27, 2013
Book Review: Sweet Young Thang (Theta Alpha Gamma #3) by Anne Tenino
There are several things about this story that make it memorable for me, but the fact that it touches on so many challenges and charmingly handles them all is one of my favorite things about it. Repressed sexuality, bullying, insensitive "sensitivity training", social pressure, vast age differences, etc make this story stand out. What really makes it shine, though, is the chemistry between Collin and Eric and the depth written into their personalities. Once you delve down deeper, neither is what you expect and they make an adorable couple. Sweet Young Thang is a "must read"!
Sue “DaVinciKittie” Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger, reviewer, and podcaster, and is the primary voice for GraveTells.com. Sue has been shamelessly pimping book boyfriends since 2010 and has won several blogging awards with GraveTells. Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue’s editing blog, with insight and advice for authors, at DaVinciKittie.com.
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