Tag: romance

14 books to get you in the mood for valentines day

14 books to get you in the mood for valentines day

It’s February and that means that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.  Now, Valentine’s Day isn’t just a holiday about love or chocolate, it’s also about books.  And since this is a blog about books, I’m going to suggest some great reads for the […]

Review: Eyes Like Those

Review: Eyes Like Those

Title: Eyes like Those Author: Melissa Brayden Published: October 1, 2017 by Bold Strokes Books Kindle edition, 287 pages Genre: LGBT, queer romance, contemporary romance Goodreads | Amazon   From the publisher:  When it comes to love, no one is in charge. Isabel Chase is […]

Romance is Not a Four Letter Word

Romance is Not a Four Letter Word

This is Part 1 of a series on the defense of romance novels. As evidenced by this blog, I love reading. I read many books and I don’t care to discriminate which genre I read. I enjoy thrillers and mysteries and horror and science fiction […]

REVIEW: Chemistry Lesson Series

REVIEW: Chemistry Lesson Series

which I review the first two books in the Chemistry Lessons Series by Susannah Nix. 

REVIEW: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

REVIEW: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Did you think the Grand Tour of Europe was all visiting museums and attending lectures?  Or did you think that it’s just an elaborate excuse to party yourself across the continent? What if I told you it could involve pirates, alchemy, and best friends who JUST MIGHT HAVE FEELINGS FOR EACH OTHER? Do you want a queer YA historical fiction filled with hijinks, angst, and friendship?  Mackenzie Lee delivers!  That book, my friends, is The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue.

REVIEW: The Hating Game

REVIEW: The Hating Game

The Hating Game Author: Sally Thorne  Publishing: William Morrow (2016), Paperback, 384 pages Genre: Contemporary Romance; rom-com Before I even start this review, I’d like to take the time to formally apologize to everyone who told me to read this book. You were right and […]