Tag: M/M

Review : Mature Content (Cyberlove, #4) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell

Review : Mature Content (Cyberlove, #4) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell

As the Cyberlove series continues I continually find myself falling more and more in love with the writing prowess that is the duo of Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell. Separate, they are two of my favorite authors, but together I feel they are truly unstoppable. They have created such real, vibrant and complex characters that you find yourself wanting to not only befriend, but fall in love with as well. Mature Content is no different. And if I’m being honest, it’s probably the best book of the series, at least since Strong Signal. As much as they would tell you […]

Posted 06/02/2017 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Hard Wired (Cyberlove, #3) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell

Review : Hard Wired (Cyberlove, #3) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell

Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell have teamed up for third installment in the Cyberlove series, and this time we get the story of Kai Bannon’s Twitch mods Garvy and Cherrycakes, aka Jesse and Ian. They’re two very relatable and complex characters who come together and form a bond that you cannot help but root for. I was very excited to hear that Hard Wired was about Jesse and Ian. I had no idea Ian was even an Ian at the time because I only knew him as Cherry, but that didn’t even matter. From the banter he had with Jesse […]

Posted 05/22/2017 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Daring Fate (Silver Tip Pack, #1) by Megan Erickson

Review : Daring Fate (Silver Tip Pack, #1) by Megan Erickson

Daring Fate has all the trappings of a romance that I’d love. M/M coupled with the supernatural, 3-alarm blazing heat, and sprinkled with the awesomeness that only Megan Erickson can bring. Waking up chained was not something Reese expected but it seemed like destiny had other plans for the were. All he wanted in life was to keep his family, his brother and sister, safe but he feels as though he’s failed. When he finds out he’s in the den of the Silver Tip Were pack things take a turn for the fated. Dare hasn’t been the alpha for all […]

Posted 11/14/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Interborough (The Five Boroughs, #4) by Santino Hassell

Review : Interborough (The Five Boroughs, #4) by Santino Hassell

Raymond and David are back again and in the forefront of another Five Boroughs story. They’ve been along for the ride in every book since Sutphin Boulevard and got what we thought was their happily ever after in Sunset Park. But just like real life, not everything goes according to plan in romancelandia, and especially not in any of the Five Boroughs. There were many lingering thoughts floating around my head at the end of Sunset Park and I never really knew what to do with them. Raymond completely stole my heart but David left little to be desired for […]

Posted 10/31/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Mini Review : Sunset Park (The Five Boroughs, #2) by Santino Hassell

Mini Review : Sunset Park (The Five Boroughs, #2) by Santino Hassell

Being the second book in any series is make or break if you ask my opinion, especially if the first was something as amazing as Sutphin Boulevard. But Sunset Park not only exceeding my expectations but blew any kind of “second-book slump” that could have made the book any lesser. Raymond warmed his way into my heart and David- well, I have a love/hate relationship with David. I love that he made Raymond happy but I didn’t care much for his character. Even so, Sunset Park is one of my favorite reads of the year and something I relate to […]

Posted 10/17/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Release Day Blitz : Overexposed (In Focus, #4) by Megan Erickson

Release Day Blitz : Overexposed (In Focus, #4) by Megan Erickson

Happy Release Day to Megan Erickson & Overexposed! This book you guys. This. Book. Guh. So good. For a moment, we locked eyes, and the air between us crackled with the promise of what could come next if we let it. I didn’t breathe—didn’t move—because this rubber band tugging at us could snap any minute, and I had no idea which way it would go. Thad’s jaw clenched, then his hand shot out and gripped the side of my head. I sucked in a breath as he pulled me toward him. The heat of his palm seared my scalp as […]

Posted 09/20/2016 by Ashley in Events
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Review : Overexposed (In Focus, #4) by Megan Erickson

Review : Overexposed (In Focus, #4) by Megan Erickson

As the fourth novel in Megan Erickson’s In Focus series, Overexposed delivers on everything this series is about- finding and accepting yourself, trust and learning. In Overexposed we are given the vibrant character of Levi whom we first met in Out of Frame. As an ex-cast member of Trip League Levi is out in the world trying to make his way after his sister unexpectedly passes away during a routine deployment overseas. Trying to come to terms with his grief, and if he’s honest with himself, a little bit of resentment, Levi decides to hike the Appalachian Trail, something he […]

Posted 09/16/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Out of Frame (In Focus, #3) by Megan Erickson

Review : Out of Frame (In Focus, #3) by Megan Erickson

I wanted to like Out of Frame more than I did. It’s Megan. And LGBT with an emphasis on the B. Megan does what she does best, fleshing out fully formed characters and dilemmas. She added to the world building of the In Focus series pretty effortlessly as well. But in the end, I just didn’t connect with this book like I have her others. Quinn completely stole my heart. He’s sweet and charming and feels pretty free in being himself but not when it comes to expanding his horizons. He’s always doing what others expect of him so while […]

Posted 03/15/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Sutphin Boulevard (The Five Boroughs, #1) by Santino Hassell

Review : Sutphin Boulevard (The Five Boroughs, #1) by Santino Hassell

Sutphin Boulevard is one of those novels where the blurb does it no justice and reading it makes you rethink everything you know about realism in romance novels. Sutphin Boulevard may be my first Santino Hassell novel (I don’t count Strong Signal as it was co-written with Megan Erickson) but it surely will not be my last. Hassell gets down to the grittiest of what it is to be friends, lovers, and maybe somewhere in between. Michael is the kind of character that I love. He’s down to Earth in a way that’s not naive but not wholly jaded either. […]

Posted 03/05/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Strong Signal (Cyberlove, #1) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell

Review : Strong Signal (Cyberlove, #1) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell

This book you guys. This. Fucking. Book. It’s completely amazing and emotional and everything right now. Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell have brought to life to live these two very much real, rich in characterization, guys that I just completely fell head over heels for. Garrett and Kai will very much be a part of me for a long time. I loved that Garrett isn’t your typical military hero. For most of the book he’s debating whether or not the military was ever right for him even though he’s been in for eight years. It’s an internal struggle I feel […]

Posted 02/09/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Tied to Trouble (Gamers #3) by Megan Erickson

Review : Tied to Trouble (Gamers #3) by Megan Erickson

Oh, Chad and Owen. Two beautiful characters that I loved so much from the first Gamers novel, Changing His Game. When we first meet Chad Lake he’s this fly by the seat of his pants, live life to the fullest, nothing bothers him kind of guy. He’s Marley’s hilarious and lovable brother. I feel like if you didn’t fall for him there was something wrong with you. And then there’s Owen. He’s this rather shy, but there’s definitely something behind the bow-tie and glasses copyeditor that you cannot help but want to see more of him. So you can imagine […]

Posted 01/06/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : HIM (HIM, #1) by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

Review : HIM (HIM, #1) by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

Wes and Jamie haven’t been friends for years. After an awkward, but oh my God hot, last day of hockey camp, the two went their separate ways and didn’t recover until their respective college teams met up for the Frozen Four senior year of college. Wes gets the idea that their friendship can be salvaged and surprises Jamie over the summer. Him is one of my favorite reads of the summer. Which is awesome because it takes place over a summer. Good timing Sarina and Elle! But yeah, Him stole my heart and hasn’t given it back. Wes and Jamie […]

Posted 07/22/2015 by Ashley in Reviews
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