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review 2015-08-30 00:00
In the Blue Moonlight
In the Blue Moonlight - H. Lewis-Foster ** 2 stars **

An story about a guy mooing some police officers and ends up meeting one of them in a gay club on night. I liked them finding each other, but I didn't like Simon saying they shouldn't have sex until Mark outed himself at work.

"Well, what if I don't let you come inside until you take the plunge and come out?"
"Let me get this right." Mark gave Simon a questioning look. "You're going to withhold your sexual favors until I stand up in the station and tell everyone I'm gay?"

I mean, wth?? Despicable. It all works out in the end, but still... what a dick move.

Part of the Bollocks! anthology. Read my review here.
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review 2014-12-21 16:15
How short is too short...I think I found it.
Betting on Snow - H. Lewis-Foster

Another one with good potential and a promising premise but in the end it was just to short for me to really sink my teeth into and while I enjoyed it, there just wasn't enough story and detail to make it awesome. In the end it was an ok read.

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review 2014-12-10 00:00
Betting on Snow
Betting on Snow - H. Lewis-Foster
I'll keep it short.

Nice but too short fairytale-like story.

I liked that George (the child) did act like the two-year-old boy he is and not like a small adult.
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url 2014-07-27 22:11
Free Today at JMS Books
Ballet Nights - H. Lewis-Foster
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review 2013-11-20 00:00
Burning Ashes
Burning Ashes - H. Lewis-Foster If Jane Austin lived in 2013 England, Burning Ashes is the book she would have written! Jane Austin you ask? Yes, that Miss Austin. As homage to all period books go, I’m guessing here that it is. Burning Ashes is a winner. Of course I could be totally off base, but I don’t care because I loved this book! The story’s setting, the steady pace, the word phrasing, even some of the situations are very British and reminded me of my favorite Austin novels. Don’t know if the author intended this but as I was reading this book, I couldn’t help but feel that I was reading a period piece set in 2013. I loved it.

See the entire review at The Novel Approach: http://thenovelapproachreviews.com/2013/11/16/and-a-love-story-rises-from-the-burning-ashes/
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