Love Ahead: Expect Delays by Astrid Amara

Love Ahead: Expect DelaysLove Ahead: Expect Delays by Astrid Amara

Blurb:
Austin thinks driving a 1989 Geo Spectrum fourteen hundred miles in the middle of winter is a bad idea. But he would never forgive himself if the man he loved, Zach Roth, got himself killed in Idaho, so he agrees to go.

Besides, he has something to prove. He wants Zach to know that its more than just Zach’s deliciously wicked body he adores. And if it takes spending Hanukkah in Zach’s Grandma’s old hatchback to prove it, then so be it.

Ever the optimist, Zach believes everything will turn out for the best. But bad weather, robberies, blown gaskets, run-ins with the police and motel bedspreads of questionable cleanliness seem to conspire against them, and they may need eight days of miracles just to keep each other and their romance alive.

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

holiday dick is always sweeter..

Perfect Christmas by DC Juris

Title: Perfect Christmas Author: DC Juris
Publisher: Breathless Press
Length: Novella
Buy the book: Publisher

Blurb:
Evan plans to spend yet another Christmas alone while Drake travels for business. But a special delivery reveals Drake had some plans of his own!
Depressed and lonely, Evan has nothing to look forward to on Christmas but his TV dinner and store-bought cookies, while […]

Read the review over on Three Dollar Bill Reviews Here:

http://threedollarbillreviews.com/2011/01/13/perfect-christmas-by-dc-juris/
http://threedollarbillreviews.com/?p=2048

Or on Goodreads HERE!

The Horror in Dunwich Hall by Johnny Murdoc


Title: The Horror in Dunwich Hall
Author: Johnny Murdoc
Publisher: Self Published
Length: Short Story / 18 pgs
Buy the book: Kindle, Ebook

Blurb:
The Horror in Dunwich Hall is a fun little horror story with a heavy dose of hockey jock sex in the middle of it. Anyone who knows me knows that I love horror stories, and this […]

Read the review at Three Dollar Bill Reviews Here:
http://threedollarbillreviews.com/2011/01/11/the-horror-in-dunwich-hall-by-johnny-murdoc/
http://threedollarbillreviews.com/?p=1984

Goodreads HERE!

I Heard Him Exclaim by Z.A. Maxfield

I Heard Him ExclaimI Heard Him Exclaim by Z.A. Maxfield

Blurb:
(Part of His For The Holidays Anthology)
Who Likes a Skinny Santa?

Steve Adams’s heart hasn’t been in the Christmas spirit ever since doctors put a stent in it and ordered him to clean up his act. No longer filling out his Santa suit or allowed to make merry, he’s forgoing the holidays this year and heading to Vegas to indulge in the few vices left to him: gambling and anonymous sex.

His road trip takes a detour when he encounters Chandler Tracey, who’s just inherited guardianship of his five-year-old niece. Overwhelmed, Chandler’s on his way to deliver Poppy to his parents. But fate has other plans and, after car trouble, Chandler and Poppy accept a ride home with Steve. Though the heat between the two men is obvious, they put it on simmer while they band together to make Poppy’s Christmas as perfect as possible.

Steve soon comes to believe that while Chandler is the right person to look after Poppy, someone needs to look after Chandler. Fortunately, Steve knows just the man for the job.

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Review:
tinsel wrapped cock….

Mistletoe at Midnight by L.B. Gregg

Mistletoe at MidnightMistletoe at Midnight by L.B. Gregg

Blurb:
Part of His For The Holidays Anthology)

Owen McKenzie has traveled to Vermont to spend an old-fashioned Christmas with his family when he finds himself staying at the same inn as his first love. Owen is disconcerted to realize he’s still attracted to Caleb Black but refuses to pursue him. Caleb left him once, and Owen’s not going down that road again.

Caleb is ready for a second chance with Owen and gets it when fate and the matchmaking McKenzies conspire to strand the two men in a rustic cabin during a snowstorm on Christmas Eve. Can Caleb convince Owen to rekindle their romance so they can stop spending their holidays apart?

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Nine Lights Over Edinburgh by Harper Fox

Nine Lights Over EdinburghNine Lights Over Edinburgh by Harper Fox

Blurb:
(Part of His For The Holidays Anthology)
Detective Inspector James McBride is riding high on the belief that he’s about to bust a human-trafficking ring. But just five days before Christmas, his unorthodox methods catch up with him and his world comes crashing down.

McBride tries to concentrate on his new day job as security for the visiting Israeli ambassador. He even starts to feel a renewed sense of self-worth when the leader of the Israeli team, the aristocratic Tobias Leitner, takes a bullet for him in the line of duty. But he can’t forget the trafficking case, especially when his investigations result in the kidnapping of his own daughter! McBride has no one to turn to for help—no one, except Toby.

Can these two very different men work together to bring about a holiday miracle—and heal one another’s heart in the process?

My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars

Harper Fox is not for me…

The Mariposa Club by Rigoberto Gonzalez

Title: The Mariposa Club
Author: Rigoberto Gonzalez
Publisher: Lethe Press
Length: Novel /250 pages
Buy the book: Paperback, Ebook
Rating: 3.5 stars

Review:
Mariposa Club is a decent coming of age story that has engaging characters and a youthful appeal. The situations and especially the cast are all exaggerations. They’re extreme depictions of tropes and themes surrounding gay teens. There is the flaming overweight queen, the fierce cross dresser, token white boy with a big dick, and the very sensitive, thoughtful Mexican narrator. None of the characters particularly grow or mature over the course of the story even though the plot is heavily character driven. Instead the story is more an anthem for young gay teens of any type, involving characters and situations that they can emphasize and sympathize with.

The whole review is available at Three Dollar Bill Reviews HERE or on Goodreads HERE!