Category Archives: m/m

August 2014 Reading Log

TweetFiction: A Case of Possession by K.J. Charles is second in the A Charm of Magpies series, a historical paranormal with an ongoing male/male romance. I love the way the magic is done in this series, and as usual, I … Continue reading

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May 2014 Reading Log

TweetFiction: The Knights of Breton Court by Maurice Broaddus (three volumes in this edition) could be described (and I think was, somewhere) as King Arthur meets The Wire. It’s brilliant and original, but I tend to find Arthuriana depressing in … Continue reading

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March 2014 Reading Log

TweetFiction: The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison (galley) – I have known the author online for many years, though we’ve only met in person a few times, briefly. I loved this. Straight up loved it. And since now it’s been … Continue reading

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February 2014 Reading Log

TweetFiction: The Marketplace (Book One of The Marketplace Series) by Laura Antoniou – this was a freebie of a well-known book about dominance and submission. I’d read it back when it came out, but didn’t remember much. Anyway, Submission is … Continue reading

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Linkgasm: A Friday Erotic Miscellany

TweetI’m a guest at the Novelists, Inc. blog today, chatting about resting. At Heroes and Heartbreakers, you can read my analysis of Balogh’s Tangled as an erotic romance. and my top 5 virgin (romance) heroes. On to the links I … Continue reading

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M/M Romance with WWI Settings

TweetHere are the stories I’ve found so far. Josh Lanyon’s The Dark Farewell was my favorite of the three. Information page at Samhain. Grieving veteran David Flynn meets spiritual medium Julian Devereux while a serial killer ravages smalltown 1920s America. … Continue reading

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