Books and Reviews -February 22, 2016

Good morning!

I hope you all had a great weekend.  This looks to be a very eventful week.

Last week I had internet issues that lasted four days.  Ugh!

I have been super busy with, well, life.  I know we all are, but lately trying to find time to  read or listen to audiobooks has gotten harder to do.   I have read some really good ones though and want to share them with you.  Unfortunately I do not have time to sit down and write an in depth review.  Luckily for you and me there are some awesome review sites and I will include their reviews when possible. (The stars are my ratings of the books.  My rating and the reviewers rating may vary slightly)  Here are a few:

Dancer of Death SPECTR 2 Book 2 by Jordan L HawkDancer of Death by Jordan L Hawk – 5 star!  MM paranormal romance,(Great review here by BJ at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words) amazonBuyButton


Farm Fresh by Posy RobertsFarm Fresh (Naked Organics Book 1) by Posy Roberts, 4.0/5.0 stars – MM Contemporary Romance,  (Great review here at Joyfully Jay by Sammy) amazonBuyButton


Catch a tiger by the tail by Charlie CochetCatch A Tiger by the Tail Thirds Book #6 by Charlie Cochet,  4.5/5.0  MM shifter,  military, action, romance (Excellent review here at The Novel Approach by Karen)  amazonBuyButton


The Line by Angel MartinezThe Line by Angel Martinez  4.5/5.0  MM, Vampires, paranormal, romance amazonBuyButton

I loved this lighter Angel Martinez book. Her vampire mythology is fun and the introduction of a Krsnik had me searching google for more information when I had finished the book. (I love it when I find something new to explore)
The main characters are charming and the story is fast paced and sexy. A great quick read.

Jefferson Blythe, Esquire by Josh LanyonJefferson Blythe, Esquire by Josh Lanyon 4.0/5.0  MM, Contemporary, mystery, romance, suspense.  amazonBuyButton 

This was a fun adventure, mystery book with some quirky characters. Jefferson is a trouble magnet and is at a crossroads in his life. This is what brings him to Europe with his grandfather’s copy of Esquire’s Europe in Style. It’s time for adventure and hopefully figure things out. A case of mistaken identity leads to an unplanned reunion with his old friend George. From there it is one mishap after another that sets the tone for a fast paced, suspense, mystery romance.
It was a fun read and I am hoping the author revisits these two characters sometime. I think they could have some outstanding adventures together.

How to Walk like a Man by Eli EastonHow to Walk Like a Man (Howl at the Moon Book 2) by Eli Easton 4.5/5.0     MM, Shifters, Dogs, Contemporary, humor.   amazonBuyButtonThis is a wonderful series.  the audiobooks are excellent too.  Here is a review by one of my favorite reviewers on Goodreads.  ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~‘s review  

Last but not least,

The Subs Club by J A RockThe Subs Club (The Subs Club book 1) by J.A. Rock  4.5/5.0   MM, contemporary, BDSM, D/s, Humor.  amazonBuyButton  Wonderful start to a new series by one of my favorite authors.   Here is a wonderful review at It’s About The Book by Booksmitten

Happy Reading


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