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review 2017-08-27 16:58
Counterbalance by Aidan Wayne Review
Counterbalance - Aidan Wayne

John loves his job as head rigger for Cirque Brilliance. The heavy scarring over half his face makes it a little hard to meet new people, but John's got a good crew and a nice found family, and he’s content with his lot in life.

When Cirque hires talent for a new show, John meets Bao, a bright, ever-cheerful acrobat. Bao seems drawn to John and becomes a constant presence at his side — talking to him during downtime, spending time with him at lunch, and generally seeking out his company.

John doesn't know what to make of this. Sure, he likes Bao — maybe a little too much, honestly — but he’s had enough experience to know that Bao couldn’t possibly like him back. Or so he thinks, anyway. Fortunately, Bao seems determined to prove him wrong.




I love Bao. He is one of those amazing sunny, kind heroes with a lot of talent. John is nice but I adore Bao.

This is a slow burn and as such need to be more than a novella so that we could really see this relationship flourish.

I also would have preferred alternating points of view. Being stuck in John's head with Bao's limited English makes less of Bao and thus racially colors in a negative way this sweet love story.

Bao is so awesome. Aidan Wayne, please write longer books!

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review 2017-03-24 00:00
Broken: A Dark Alpha Male Romance
Broken: A Dark Alpha Male Romance - Asht... Broken: A Dark Alpha Male Romance - Ashton Blackthorne Mr. Blackthorne and his “Broken” Past leaves us one great read! I swore many time while reading Ashton was Harvey from Suits and Amber just happened to be Donna. I just happen to have a thing for a tortured soul. Ashton Blackthorne’s soul is more tortured than one could imagine. Did I mention he’s a Dom? No?! Well shame on me because Dom he is, with a dungeon and all the trimmings. We’ve all learned through books and or live that childhood experiences do truly impact us as adults one way or another. So, grab this read and sit back for an hour and read this amazing tale!
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review 2016-08-25 20:00
SUCH A DANCE by Kate McMurray
Such a Dance - Kate McMurray

M/M romance set during Prohibition in NYC. Eddie is part of a comedic duo who everyone thinks are a couple. The theater manager wants to highlight the female part of the duo so he fires Eddie because he's gay. Eddie has been seeing Lane who manages a speakeasy for the mob. Lane's done some things he's not proud of but it's kept him alive. The two struggle with getting closer to one another. When the cops raid the speakeasy, Lane and Eddie have to determine where they go from there.

I liked these men. Neither is what the other expected. Both are determined characters with strong opinions. Eddie has to come further to accept his need of Lane. The secondary characters are an eclectic group and fun. They too have their stories to tell.

I love this era of gangsters and speakeasies. The author captures it well as she shows the underbelly of Prohibition and the gay community in the 1920's. The story is good. I had a hard time putting it down to go to work.

I look forward to reading more by this author.

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review 2016-08-19 00:00
The Boss' Choice (An Alpha Male Billionaire Romance) (The Gauthier Billionaires, Book 1)
The Boss' Choice (An Alpha Male Billiona... The Boss' Choice (An Alpha Male Billionaire Romance) (The Gauthier Billionaires, Book 1) - Jade Sinclair So this book was an OK read. A little on the sweet side, I felt it could have been a little more meatier, more in-depth story wise. It sure has the potential to be much better than at present but still good enough for a little light romance reading

Free copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
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review SPOILER ALERT! 2016-08-05 12:12
Daytime Drama Time
Playing Doctor: M/M Mpreg Alpha Male Romance - Aiden Bates

If you asked me what this book is about I'd say it's about bigotry, about not being the same as everybody else. Being courageous enough to be your own person. WAIT! Unfortunately, it is also a sappy, over-the-top, angstfest! The Alpha - who is dumb as a lump and easily one of the most gullible characters I've read in a while - falls for a 'used' omega who already has had someone else's child. The Alpha is such a wuss his assistant tell him what to do and who to date...and he does it. Are you kidding me?!?!? Jonah was the man who had a level head on his shoulders, thank goodness. I did read this hard and I thought it was a perfectly good summer beach read. Typos and all.
The Mpreg thing was fine and I still don't get what everyone is so bent out of shape about. Just saying...

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