Two Men Get What They Want In Jeanette Grey’s “Get What You Need”

“I don’t want to graduate and be sitting around on some random porch ten years from now, regretting. You have to live in the moment. You can’t let experiences pass you by without doing anything about it.” — Susane Colasanti


Get What You Need

Title: Get What You Need

Author: Jeanette Grey

Publisher: Samhain Publishing

Pages/Word Count: 247 Pages

Rating: 4 Stars

Blurb: Love isn’t rocket science.…

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Charlie David’s Narration Makes B.G. Thomas’s “The Boy Who Came In From the Cold” A Recommended Listen

The Boy Who Came in from the Cold

Title: The Boy Who Came In From the Cold

Author: B.G. Thomas

Narrator:: Charlie David

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Run Time: 7 Hours, 57 Minutes

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Blurb: Todd Burton has had enough of small-town Buckman. His abusive stepfather calls him a fag; his friend Austin makes him realize he may be gay, but Todd doesn’t want to admit his stepfather is…

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Love, Loss, And A Hate Crime Intertwine In Rick R. Reed’s “Bashed”

“Hate crimes are the scariest thing in the world because these people really believe what they’re doing is right.” – Cher


Bashed

Title: Bashed

Author: Rick R. Reed

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Pages/Word Count:

Rating: 4 Stars

Blurb: 2nd Edition

It should have been a perfect night out. Instead, Mark and Donald collide with tragedy when they leave their favorite night spot. That dark October…

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What Would You Do For Money? – A GayRomLit Guest Post And Giveaway by Edmond Manning

2014GRL_BlogTour_sq200x200In the summer before my second senior year of college (yes, I was on the five-year plan), I needed money. I was broke. Desperate for a second job, I took a better-than-minimum-wage gig working for a local company, updating the city directory. Our job was to wander the city of DeKalb, knocking on doors, asking personal questions of residents: what’s your income bracket? How many people are in your…

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First Love Gets A Second Chance In AR Moler’s “Does the Feeling Go Both Ways?”

Does the Feeling Go Both Ways?

Title: Does the Feeling Go Both Ways?

Author: AR Moler

Publisher: JMS Books

Pages/Word Count: 124 Pages

Rating: 4 Stars

Blurb: Deep cover DEA agent Landon Cross can’t seem to escape his past. First, his cover is blown by a guy he’d busted in another operation. Then, his rescuer is medic Trey Jernigan, his best childhood friend, first love, and a person Landon…

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TJ Klune’s “John & Jackie” Defines Forever Love

“I have so much love for you… for us… I am overcome with this feeling that just one life will not be enough to give to you… and forever won’t nearly be long enough to spend with you.” – Steve Maraboli


John & Jackie

Title: John & Jackie

Author: TJ Klune

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Pages/Word Count: 122 Pages

Rating: 5 Stars

Blurb: John and Jackie first laid eyes on each other when they were…

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Corporate Crime And Stolen Hearts Round Out S.A. McAuley’s “Damaged Package”

“Trust, huh? Deacon didn’t know what that word meant to Trevor. On one hand, it was a word he no longer believed in and, on the other hand, trust meant more to him than he could verbally express.” – S.A. McAuley


Damaged Package

Title: Damaged Package

Author: S.A. McAuley

Publisher: Self-Published

Pages/Word Count: 215 Pages

Rating: 5 Stars

Blurb: Forced into early retirement from his career as a…

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