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Garrett Leigh--Misfits

Garrett Leigh: Misfits

Tom and Cass, co-owners of a multifaceted food service company, have been together for nine years and have a love so strong that no one understands. Tom and Cass also have an open relationship and aren’t in the habit of hiding their bed mates, not that they flaunt them–no one understands that either. But their […]

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Garrett Leigh--What Remains

Garrett Leigh: What Remains

I’ve had What Remains on my wishlist for a while. I absolutely love the cover. Love it. But what’s even better is that the story was good, too. Rupert and Jody had been together for four years when Jodi was hit by a stolen car and ended up in a coma. Part One, the first third […]

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Kat Decker--Off the Record - Story 2 - The Overachiever

Kay Decker: Off the Record

Off the Record is a collection of three short stories–“The Internship”, “The Overachiever”, and “After Hours”–featuring journalists and interns. After reading three of her novel-length stories, these didn’t do much for me. They weren’t bad, but I think she does better when her stories have room to breathe. Or perhaps I’m just greedy and only want […]

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Lucy Hawkins--Finding Orlando

Lucy Hawkins: Finding Orlando

Ethan is old money and he lives amongst his kind in shared housing at Dalton University. He’s on the swim and he seems to be well-liked. He’s also deep in the closet and has no plans for coming out anytime soon–his father locked that door and threw away the key. Living across the hall from him is […]

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Elaine Ashford--Against the Current

Elaine Ashford: Against the Current

Jake and Miles are freestyle rivals on the same swim team. They are both gay and secretly attracted to each other, but they can’t help but antagonize each other. And to top that all off, they think the other is straight. Provincials are around the corner, so their coach lines up Jake, Tom, Ryan, and […]

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Aubrey Cullens--Sliding Into Home

Aubrey Cullens: Sliding Into Home

Danny works two jobs to help pay for his late mother’s medical bills and to support his friend Laura, a college student, and her younger brother, Chad, who’s in high school. When Chad came out to his parents, they kicked him out and Laura told them that if they did want him, they couldn’t have […]

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Rachel Lou--The Bridge

Rachel Lou: The Bridge

The story was interesting but I didn’t like Everett. He was the main character, but I didn’t like him. He was self-serving and he unnecessarily put people in danger because he was curious. The bridge is a story about a boy witch who finds out that he’s a Bridge Master, which means that he not only can […]

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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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Annabeth Albert--Status Update

Annabeth Albert: Status Update

Initially, Status Update was readable; I kind of drifted through it for a day and a half, picking it up when I had time. I was never excited about going back to it, I just wanted to finish it. But so much for that intention, I ended up dropping it. Just past halfway though–the end […]

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R. Cooper--Checking Out Love

R. Cooper: Checking out Love

Jeremy was hipped to an item in the special collections at a private library and he, a man of endless curiosity, was dying to see it. He’d also heard about the librarian who managed the tomes and artifacts–he was supposed to be a tyrant of sorts, strict and demanding. But Jeremy thought that the book (or books)–the […]

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