Deacon (Gideon’s Riders #2) by Kit Rocha #BookReview #EroticDystopian
Deacon introduces what will likely be the through-plot for the Gideon's Riders series, and gives a vulnerable peek into the Riders' fearless leader and his shadowy past. This story world, this sector that survived a world apocalypse and a brutal civil war, sets the example for the kind of harmony and community we could have if only we stopped judging and killing each other long enough to give a damn. Deacon is a recommended read for anyone who is already a fan of the Beyond or Gideon's Riders series, values diversity and acceptance, likes hot sex scenes and heart-pounding action sequences, and enjoys stories set in dystopian, post-apocalyptic worlds.
June 17, 2016
Downtown Devil (Sins in the City #2) by Cara McKenna #BookReview
When photographer Clare meets barista Mica at Starbucks, she is mesmerized by his beauty and knows he's perfect for her upcoming show on cultural diversity. One night leads to another leads to more than she ever expected, yet also less than she so badly wants. Mica is a nomad and his past has him so torn up, he just can't stick when a relationship starts to turn serious. Vaughn, his roommate and best friend, has been managing Mica's quirks for a long time, but this time his heart is involved and the relationship dynamics of the trio get tricky. This story is contains light kink, menage, and male-male sex scenes.
Downtown Devil is recommended for readers who like [...]
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