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review 2018-06-30 15:47
Review: “Father Figure” by Kichiku Neko
Father Figure - Kichiku Neko,TogaQ

 

~ 3 stars ~

 

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review 2018-06-28 17:53
Review: “The Flesh Cartel #18: The Long Road (The Flesh Cartel Season 5: Reclamation)” (The Flesh Cartel, #18) by Rachel Haimowitz & Heidi Belleau
The Flesh Cartel #18: The Long Road (The Flesh Cartel Season 5: Reclamation) - Heidi Belleau,Rachel Haimowitz

 

Please note that this is my rating for the entire series!

 

This 19-book novella series felt more like a long book that's been divided into 19 chapters, and it feels kinda weird to rate each chapter of a book individually (and it also couldn't possibly do the whole story justice this way).

 

But if I HAD to rate this instalment on its own, my rating would be:

 

 

~ 4.5 stars ~

 

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review 2017-03-02 18:43
Review: "Strong Signal" (Cyberlove, #1) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell
Strong Signal - Megan Erickson,Santino Hassell

"What did scare me was the possibility of Kai not wanting me in person. Of him realizing how stoic I could be. How I tended to hold things close to the vest. How overprotective and paranoid I got sometimes. When he realized that I'd fallen in love with him via the Internet while across the world."

 

Well, wasn't this just bloody lovely.

 

When I started this book for the first time a couple of months ago, I kinda lost interest and put it down (it wasn't you, book, it was me). But today, I know the reason why:

 

The universe was trying to tell me to wait for the audiobook.

 

Because it was AMAZING. Big A, Big MAZING.

 

This was my first audiobook with dual narrators, and Guy Locke and Eric London where just perfect for their respective roles. They absolutely nailed it. I think I'm spoiled rotten for all future audiobooks to come.

 

 

Sometimes in my reviews I provide a plot recap, but I think at this point, almost everyone and their mothers have read this book already: Twitch streamer twink with social anxiety builds an online friendship (later relationship) with a muscled soldier hunk who's stationed overseas in Afghanistan. Great premise, very imaginative and unique, 10 out of 10.

 

 

One thing that I just absolutely LOVED in this book was the fact that Kai and Garrett didn’t just jump right into "filthy webcam sessions" (blurb's words, not mine), but they took their sweet time to get to know each other. To comfort each other. To TALK to each other. OVER THE COURSE OF SEVERAL MONTHS! Two gay guys who actually talk first before jumping into bed, now imagine that. But don't you fret my dears, there are still enough shameless dirty scenes later on where they are getting their absolute freak on. With a lot of hot dirty talk, I might add.

 

 

I only subtract half a star because I liked the first half of the book better than the second one. Once the guys meet in RL, the story dragged a little for me.

 

But it was a great story nonetheless, one that felt real and somehow still magical at the same time.

„Or was it because…in the billions of people on this shitty planet that I’d never be able to meet in person, the Internet had handed me one person who seemed to be absolutely perfect for me?“

 

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review 2016-12-30 16:49
Review: "Connection Error" (#gaymers, #3) by Annabeth Albert
Connection Error - Annabeth Albert

"God bless naked Twister."

Hooyah! I am bursting with joy right now. What better way to end the year than with a 5-star read?

 

 

It's impossible to write a proper review without giving away any spoilers. I went into this book with only the information from the blurb and without having read any reviews and I highly recommend that you do the same!

 

This is one of those cases where it definitely pays out to go into a book blindly, because there was a HUGE twist/revelation quite early in the story (chapter 2, at 9% on my Kindle) which dominated the rest of the book. I can only imagine that the author didn't want to give this information away in the blurb so that the reader can take this journey together with the MC Josiah from the beginning. AND IT WORKED! I was totally taken aback when I got to that point.

 

 

What I can tell you though is that I loved the way the two MCs Josiah and Ryan have been written and how their relationship progressed oh so ever slowly and full of banter, sexual innuendos and emails. I just LOVED how Josiah didn't hold back his attraction towards Ryan from the very first moment they've met and how he slowly but surely tore down Ryan's walls and made him see that it's OK to not just give, but also accept comfort from other people. This truly was hurt/comfort at its best.

 

The - in romance novels unavoidable - relationship conflict towards the end was surprisingly and refreshingly realistic and absolutely convincing. It was the natural climax the story was building up to from the start, and it was resolved just perfectly. I was SO relieved that it wasn't just one of those big misunderstanding arguments (ugh!) or - even worse! - another "I'm not good enough for you, so I'm breaking up with you." (UGH!) BS moment.

 

 

Connection Error can definitely be read as a standalone; you don't need to read the first two books from that series to understand what's going on. But I recommend that you do, because I liked those stories just as well. But this one turned out to be my favorite of the series so far.

 

 

One last shout-out to Sean Crisden for giving another outstanding audiobook performance. If you get the chance, you should listen to the audiobook because it took an already great book and made it even more perfect.

 

 

Highly, highly recommended! And thanks to Marte for the BR!

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review 2016-12-08 09:05
Review: "Into You" by Jay Northcote
Into You - Jay Northcote

"[Scott] wanted to like girls, to take the easy option, and didn’t want to have to deal with the fallout. Not so much from his friends, but from his family, especially his father. So he’d dated girls, kissed girls, tried to find a girl who made him feel even a tiny hint of what he’d experienced with Olly.

But none of them came close.

It had always been Olly."

 

I love body-swapping stories and Jay Northcote nailed it with this one. NAILED IT.

 

This book was extremely well-written, with two highly likable MCs, a little magic and some really sexy masturbation scenes. I had a huge grin on my face from start to finish.

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