Review: Velvet by Xavier Axelson

Review: Velvet by Xavier Axelsonby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Medieval times are the setting for this novel. It is Axelson’s first full length one, and it isn’t about to disappoint. Young Virago is a royal tailor and works at court, taking over the previous tailor, his father, who was killed in an accident. He knows he has to keep […]

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Review: The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neill

Review: The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neillby Guest Blogger

Reviewed by Carla F. Summary: Wedding Planner Adam More has had enough! He is sick and tired of planning weddings for other people when he cannot get married to his partner Steven Worth. He spray paints “No Weddings” in red on his office door. He also convinces Steven to write a series of columns in […]

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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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15 GLBT Romances That Rocked My World

15 GLBT Romances That Rocked My Worldby Guest Blogger

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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Reader Highlight with Sandra Scholes

Reader Highlight with Sandra Scholesby Sandra Scholes

Keira: What are your favourite romance subgenres and why? Sandra: I have been reading romance novels for a while now, and I have to say I like immersing myself in period romance; the Regency and Victorian periods are very attractive to me, and being the horror fanatic that I am, supernatural romance novels have a […]

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