gay romance

Movie Review: The Perfect Wedding (2012)

Movie Review: The Perfect Wedding (2012)by Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Title: The Perfect Wedding (2012) Run time: 82 min Genre: Comedy Director: Scott Gabriel Writers: Suzanne Brockmann, Ed Gaffney, Jason T. Gaffney Line-Up: Paul Fowler – Eric Aragon Gavin Greene – Jason T. Gaffney Alana Fowler – Apolonia Davalos Kirk Corbett – Brendan Griffin Vicki Carabella- Annie Kerins Zack Gastineau – […]

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Review: Call Me Yours by Celia Kyle

Review: Call Me Yours by Celia Kyleby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Mitchell Faerigan owns and works at a motorcycle shop. He builds the bikes as well – got to love a hot mechanic/owner. But he’s not all that he seems. Clover Brady owns an antique shop close by. And he’s being “worshipped from afar”. Celia does a great job with this book. […]

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Review: Screwing the System by Josephine Myles

Review: Screwing the System by Josephine Mylesby Lynn Reynolds

Review by Lynn Reynolds Cosmo Rawlins has an interview with Alasdair Grant. During the interview he lets Alasdair know about his sexual preference. Cosmo also has a musical background and it might help set the mood by putting on some of your favorite music. There’s a lot of graphic descriptions so don’t be shy. But […]

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Review: Killer in Wolf’s Clothing by Kelli A. Wilkins

Review: Killer in Wolf’s Clothing by Kelli A. Wilkinsby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is a book that you will need an open mind in order to read. It is a M/M romance with some BDSM. Just because it’s a gay romance don’t let that stop you from reading this story. Greg and Larry are playing some bedroom games Kelli shows her readers that […]

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Top Ten LGBT Romance Novels That Have Set My World on Fire

Top Ten LGBT Romance Novels That Have Set My World on Fireby Sandra Scholes

Guest blog by Sandra Scholes Years ago LGBT themed novels were few and far between and were only available where gay men and women could buy them, among the various movies, toys and magazines, and as a result, were not as mainstream as some would like. This had happened for a long time, and for […]

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Review: Lily by Xavier Axelson

Review: Lily by Xavier Axelsonby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes When fantasy and horror meet in the real modern day setting, there is bound to be some interesting moments to be had, especially with this novella. Lily, Pryor’s daughter is missing, and Pryor is convinced she was taken by a wolf. He goes into a melancholy state without her, and believes […]

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Review: Byzantine Heartbreak (Beloved Bloody Time, Book 2) by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Review: Byzantine Heartbreak (Beloved Bloody Time, Book 2) by Tracy Cooper-Poseyby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Powerful vampires are all the rage these days, take Nayara and Ryan, these are two of the most powerful there is, full of anger and warring ability, but they are on a mission that could mean life or death for their species and the humans. These are the leaders of the […]

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15 GLBT Romances That Rocked My World

15 GLBT Romances That Rocked My Worldby Carla F.

Guest Post by Carla F. GLBT romances are becoming more and more popular. I love reading them! They fall into as many categories as the m/f romances (Contemporary, Regency, Paranormal, etc.) so there is something for everyone. Below is the list (in alphabetical order) of my favorites. Bad Boyfriend – K. A. Mitchell – After […]

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