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Edie Danford--Unraveling Josh

Edie Danford: Unraveling Josh

When Nick McQueen was younger, he had a crush on a guy named Josh Pahlke. Josh was gay and Nick was gay and that mattered, but to each for different reasons. Fast forward to Nick’s undergrad years and the beginning of Josh’s fellowship. Nick saw Josh at a party and approached him, Josh had no […]

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E.M. Lindsey--Absolution

E.M. Lindsey: Absolution

Alexei was on his way home with take out when a homeless man attempted to mug him. Rather than going to the police, Alexei decided to track down the guy who bailed on the mugging; he found him at a cathedral. As a way to help the guy out, he invited him back to his flat and […]

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Jerry Cole--More Than Friends - Book 1 - The Complete First Story

Jerry Cole: More Than Friends – The Complete First Story

It’s really not the men on the covers that catch my eye–overly defined muscles gross me out sometimes…most times–it’s the composition and the atmosphere. For book 1, I liked the lighting and the fact that the cover reminded me of a character poster for an ensemble superhero flick. If I take special note of the typography, […]

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J J Harper--Reunion - Book 1

JJ Harper: Reunion Series

I tried this series because I was in the mood for a series and I was hoping for a light read, but what I got was a halfway decent plot executed poorly. Reunion When Ryan and Nico were in high school, Nico disappeared. With their 10-year high school reunion coming up, they both plan to see if there’s […]

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Kay Simone--One Giant Leap

Kay Simone: One Giant Leap

I never really thought that I would be all about a story about NASA. Not that I’m not interested, it’s just not the first thing that comes to mind when I want to read about a relationship. But when I think about the premise of this, which is someone from Mission Control falling mutually, secretly […]

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Megan Erickson--Trust the Focus (In Focus Series)

Megan Erickson: Trust the Focus

Justin’s late father was a photographer and his mother is a mayor, conservative, with further political aspirations. He graduated from university with a degree that he didn’t want and now for the summer he’s going on a road trip, against his mother’s wishes, following some of his father’s journeys across the U.S., and he’s taking […]

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Roxas James--Unexpected

Roxas James: Unexpected

I liked this book a lot, some things made me a little uncomfortable, but I liked it a lot because Tyler, the main character, his inner monologue was so real. It was not PC–he wasn’t particularly rude or grossly offensive, but his thoughts are what people think, unfiltered. He is not gay, but after a […]

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Nicola Haken--Souls of the Knight Book 1 - Being Sawyer Knight

Nicola Haken: Souls of the Knight Series

Sawyer didn’t want to be loved, Ryder didn’t want to give love, and all Matt really wanted was love. The leitmotif of the Souls of the Knight series was people facing their pasts and braving their futures by reconsidering the way they understood themselves. The secondary, but no less significant theme was the notion of […]

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A. J. J. Bourque--That One Kid Who Freaked Out, or Whatever

A. J. J. Bourque: That One Kid Who Freaked Out, or Whatever

This book was an experience. I want everyone to read it. This started out as a running running commentary, but ended up being part review, part reflection. It’s all been edited to tidy up talk-to-text weirdness, curb spoilers, and add punctuation; however, even with the curbing of spoilers, this might be best enjoyed after reading the story […]

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