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Brothers in Atlantis: A Steamy Gay Erotic Novella (2nd Edition) – by Michael Mardel – Review

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Solid erotic atmosphere but the ending falls short of expectations First off, I love how the author builds up both a solid atmosphere as well as a solid character in just one paragraph; both descriptions are so strong and vivid that you...

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Brothers in Atlantis: An Erotic Gay Novella – by Michael Mardel – Review

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The story is quite decent, in fact a bit too decent to be called erotica. I have read a lot of erotica books and even though I am not gay, they have all managed to make me horny at some point of time or other. But not this one. I enjoyed it as a...

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My Name is Luka: M/M Romance (More Than Friends Book 7) – by Aria Grace – Review

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It is important to know the kind of situation our character Luka is in, in order to understand the story: "My dad has made it clear that he’s only allowing me to live under his roof until I turn eighteen. As soon as the social security...

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Corner Office: A Real Answers Investigations Mystery – by Aria Grace – Review

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This is quite a sexy book dwelling on gay romance which starts on a rather serious note. The serious vein is continued throughout, but in-between you get dollops of m/m romance to make your day! Apart from Jay the "widow" and Doug, one fascinating...

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Fierce Salon Season One Box Set: A New Adult Smexy Serial – by Aspen Drake – Review

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Aspen Drake has written five erotica books and then bundled them into what I would rather call the 'erotica extreme pack' because if you don't get aroused even after reading all these five hot stories then there is seriously a problem with your...

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Hands On: M/M Romance (More Than Friends Book 5) – by Aria Grace – Review

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Wow! I have read quite a few of Aria Grace's eBooks by now but this one is special. This is a no BS, no-filler book about gay sex. Seriously, you get one of the hottest sex scenes right at the very start of the eBook. And if that is not enough for...

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Sweet Mungo – by Meriel Brooke – Review

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The writing is excellent, story quite good but the characters just about OK This is a tale of an abused child who tried to make the best out of his pitiable condition. From a terrible upbringing, he works hard to become an assistant stage...

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Fierce Salon Episode 3: A New Adult Smexy Serial – by Aspen Drake – Review

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The story is so steamy it kept me horny throughout the time I spent reading this ebook. Each and every word has been placed with special care. The imagery is so real and original that you don't need to think too hard to understand it ("I’ve never...

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Just Stay: M/M Romance (More Than Friends Book 4) – by Aria Grace – Review

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Told from the point of views of Spencer and Dylan respectively (the POV changes by chapter), the story takes off from where Dylan got hit while trying to save Spencer from the onslaught of the Mafioso family. The opening line is extremely intriguing...

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Fierce Salon Episode 2: A New Adult Smexy Serial – by Aspen Drake – Review

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There are some good and bad things about this second ebook compared to the first one. The good thing is that the sexual chemistry between Nate and Amy is even more believable than the first one. We get a genuine feel of the tirade of emotions that...

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Fierce Salon Episode 1: A New Adult Smexy Serial – by Aspen Drake – Review

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Amy used to be a hairdresser, that is, until she lost her job. How will she make ends meet now? When she goes to Nate to get a job, she experiences a kind of strange emotion that she didn't expect to. She becomes infatuated with rich and...

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Drunk in Love: MM Romance (More Than Friends Book 2) – by Aria Grace – Review

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I used to have a low opinion about sequels - I believed that they are inferior to their originals. However, after reading this author's work I think I will have to change that opinion. The dialog changes from licentious to humorous and light-hearted...