Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Review Chase the Ace by Clare London

Clare London
Chase the Ace
Amber Allure, December 16, 2012 | 90 pages

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

Newly single in his late twenties, and looking for more fun than he gets from his boring job, Daniel Cross soon discovers the lure of social media. After a few hiccups, he's excited at the chance of tracking down his old mates from the Scorching Summer Sports Club of 1990. He lost touch with his "Gang of Four" after that summer, but now he launches a personal quest to find out what kind of man each boy has become.
It starts well with a link to the first boy's current address, through a mutual friend on Facebook, until Dan realises he's been chatting online to the wrong man–Nick Carson isn't an old school friend at all. It's a genuine mistake, and Nick isn't offended. He offers to accompany Dan on the trip to find the others. It's the first step to friendship and something more for both of them.

Monday, January 28, 2013

Review Trick of Time by J.L. Merrow

J.L. Merrow
Trick of Time
Carina Press, January 28, 2013 | 27,000 words

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

A lover from another time

When Ted Ennis steps out the doors of the Criterion Theatre for a cigarette and finds himself in Victorian London, he begins to doubt his sanity. At first he thinks it's all a film set, and is sure that the strikingly handsome young man leaning against a lamppost must be the leading man…
What starts as a sordid transaction with a beautiful rent boy quickly turns into something much deeper, drawing him back again and again as he gets to know Jem and craves meaningful encounters with him.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Lis’ Review Aliens, Smith and Jones by Blaine D. Arden

Blaine D. Arden
Aliens, Smith and Jones
Storm Moon Press, July 20, 2012 | 200 pages

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

Connor Smith works for Primrose, an organization tasked with monitoring and tracking aliens and alien technology. It's a job that doesn't know the meaning of "nine-to-five". It also doesn't leave much room for a social life, a complication that Connor hasn't minded, until now. At the prodding of his best friend, Connor reluctantly puts himself back in the dating pool, even though it means lying about his remarkable life.
Elsewhere, Noah Jones has led a remarkable life of his own. Stranded on Earth in 1648, Noah was forced to transform himself permanently into human form to survive. He soon learned that in doing so, he'd become effectively immortal, aging only at a glacial pace.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Review Quid Pro Quo by L.A. Witt and Aleksandr Voinov

L.A. Witt & Aleksandr Voinov
Quid Pro Quo (Market Garden, #1)
Riptide Publishing, January 7, 2013 | 43 pages

LA Witt’s website | Aleksandr Voinov’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

For the past six months, Jared’s been selling sex at Market Garden, a London club that caters to the better-off. But business is slow in the run-up to Christmas, when businessmen and bankers are too busy bickering over bonuses to rent themselves a little high-class action.
Though Jared’s wallet finds the downtime unnerving, the rest of him rather enjoys the opportunity it gives him to admire Tristan, an old hand in the club whose reputation usually sees him well-booked. Jared has been crushing on Tristan for months—he’s no more immune to Tristan’s cockiness and confidence than the johns, and those are just Tristan’s inner qualities.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Not Quite A Review of Incursion by Aleksandr Voinov

Aleksandr Voinov
Riptide Publishing, July 9, 2012 | 85 pages

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

When the local authorities ask Kyle Juenger to hunt a shape-shifting Glyrinny spy, he can't refuse. After all, he can use the reward to replace his paralyzed legs with cyberware, and maybe even to return to his home planet. Besides, he hates the morphs-those invasive, brain-eating monstrosities whose weapons cost him his legs.
Kyle's best lead is the Scorpion, a mercenary ship armed to the teeth. Grimm, the "Scorpion's" pilot and captain, fascinates Kyle. He's everything Kyle lost with his legs, and he's from the same home world. He's also of the warrior caste-half priest, half savior. But Grimm's been twisted by life as a merc, and Kyle's stuck undercover as a criminal on the run.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Winner of Sloan Parker's How To Save A Life

We have a winner, selected by, for Sloan Parker's How To Save A Life, which is hot from the press today. Happy Release Day, Sloan!

The winner is:


Congrats! I've already send you an email. :)
Thanks so much to Sloan for donating a copy for this giveaway & a big thank you for stopping by, everyone!

For those who haven't won, the novel is available at LooseId, the publisher of Sloan's books. Here's the link>>

Monday, January 14, 2013

Review: Where Nerves End by L.A. Witt

L.A. Witt
Where Nerves End (Tucker Springs #1)
Amber Allure, June 3, 2012 | 180 pages, 61k words

Author’s website | Goodreads | Buy book here

Welcome to Tucker Springs, Colorado: Population, 70-something-thousand. Home to beautiful mountain views, two respected universities, and a ridiculously high cost of living.
Jason Davis can handle a breakup. And an overwhelming mortgage. And a struggling business. And the excruciating pain that keeps him up at night thanks to a shoulder injury. Handling all of it at once? Not so much. When his shoulder finally pushes him to a breaking point, he takes a friend’s advice and gives acupuncture a try.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Guest Post & Giveaway - How To Save A Life by Sloan Parker

I'm very honored to have the fabulous and award-winning author Sloan Parker as my guest today. She’s talking about her upcoming release, How To Save A Life, a m/m romance that is a spin-off of her first novel More. Not only that, How To Save A Life is also the first book in a new series, whereas More is getting its own sequel(s) as well. So, Sloan is having two series on her hands and today she is sharing about how to keep track of all the details while writing subsequent books in the series. 
And not only that, at the end of her guest post she’s generously giving away an ecopy of How To Save A Life to a lucky commenter on this post.

It’s all in the Details: Writing a Series
by Sloan Parker

Writing a series involves balancing a lot of details over a longer period of time than working on a single stand-alone story.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

January M/M Releases I Look Forward To

Happy New Year to all of you! :)

I’m away these holidays, and I'm even without internet for most of the time *gasp*, but a couple of days before I left, I made my wish list of my most anticipated m/m romances that are being released this first month of the year.
The book that is on the top of my list is How to Save a Life by Sloan Parker, which will be available on January 15th from Loose Id. There’s no cover spotted yet but a draft blurb is:

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