Three prince romances that—unlike #aChristmasPrince—you’ll actually want to finish
A Christmas Prince. Netflix's original holiday movie is making the social media rounds as a flick "so bad it's good". It's practically already a classic. And if you haven't seen it, thank your lucky stars and keep it that way. I mean, what romantic doesn't love a good fairy tale with royalty and a happy ending? But I'm telling you, A Christmas Prince is not 'so bad it's good', it's just bad—and not even bad enough to make a drinking game out of. Save your brain cells—and your Friday night—for a few royal romances you'll actually enjoy. The book is always better anyway, right? Here are three princely contemporary romances where the only thing bad are the bad boys that flirt their way [...]
October 23, 2017
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 [...]
October 9, 2017
Sightlines is here! Check out the third story in Santino Hassell’s gay paranormal dystopian romantic suspense series, The Community #giveaway
If you're a regular here at GraveTells Romance, you know how much I adore Santino Hassell's romances. He's quickly becoming an auto-buy name for me (and there aren't very many on that list). So when I dove right into The Community series, I wasn't expecting a romantic suspense (why bother reading blurbs when I can read YUMMY GOODNESS!), but I'm glad I picked it up. The Community is some serious romantic suspense goodness, and it is a thrilling ride. Click to read more about the explosive third story in this paranormal dystopian series, SIGHTLINES!
September 28, 2017
Heels Over Head by Elyse Springer #BookReview #GayRomance #OlympicDivers
Heels Over Head is a MUST READ gay romance. If you like intense emotions, close bonds of friendship, and hot and hard bodies in tiny swim trunks (oh yeah, I totally went there. Because, OLYMPIC PLATFORM DIVERS), this is the romance for you! Take a dip into Elyse Springer's world of diving. Be patient with Jeremy—he takes some time to really warm up to—laugh along with Brandon's carefree spirit, and chase that special feeling these guys do all the training for: the platform dive. Click to read more about Heels Over Head!
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