Encore Performance (Conclusion), (Performance Series 6) by Sibley Jackson @CaddyorPims #LGBT #Review

Tracy reviews ‘Encore Performance (Conclusion)‘ (Performance Series 6) by Sibley Jackson. The book was published on December 23rd, 2014 by Caddy Rowland, about 49 pages.

 Each book is a short story and can stand alone but are best read as a series.

This book was provided free of charge for an honest review by the author.



*Note: This short gay romance contains hot gay m/m sex scenes

Jason and Z are together at last. Z, walking away from worldwide stardom, came to New York to find Jason, where Jason welcomed him back with open arms. Now the two lovers have to find a way to put Z’s worries about his past life behind them and build a new one for just the two of them.

They will find a love deeper than either could have imagined. Hopefully it will be enough to last forever—enough to guide them toward a happy life with many changes and surprises along the way.

After all, they’ve survived a four year split-up. It’s time for sex, romance, but NO rock ‘n roll—at least none that forces Z out of the arms of the man he wants to spend the rest of his life loving.

But then another crazy idea pops into Z’s head

*Book 6 (Conclusion) of the Performance Series. Each book is a short story and can stand alone but are best read as a series.




The cover of this book is very sweet and loving. The title is just perfect for the short story.

I have followed Jason and Zeke’s journey, across all six short stories. There has been a lot of ups and downs for the loving couple, both followed there own dreams that kept them apart until Zeke had enough and ran back to Jason as fast as he could.

This book starts two days after the end of the Final Performance. It is full of love and promise and a fantastic new start to there life together. No more travelling the country alone, always together.
The boys find true happiness in this final part, we each other and there friends and families.

I really enjoyed every part of there journey, I was really happy with this book. The boys finally get there HEA.

The sex in all these books are sizzling, this book was no different. The boys are older but the sex scenes get better and better.

I will be reading more books by this author. I love her writing style and the way the words flow.

Over all a perfect ending to the series.


10/10 Pots of Gold



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Sibley Jackson is the pen name that author Caddy Rowland uses when writing gay m/m romance. After three years of writing drama, psychological thriller, historical fiction, and family saga Caddy wanted to expand into romance, but preferred writing gay m/m. Since her books have always been GLBT inclusive, some with gay main characters, it was a natural progression.

Although she was familiar with writing gay fiction, writing m/m romance—which is primarily read by females—offered new challenges. Sibley strives to make the characters read like real men, yet she makes sure the romantic thoughts and feelings women love to read about are also there. Additionally, the sex scenes are hot and explicit, tending more toward how two men communicate when having sex, instead of a man with a woman.

Sibley plans on writing at least four books in her first series (The Performance Series). She will then write other gay m/m romance series, hoping to give readers of that genre an exciting and rewarding storyline with male characters who are men, instead of one being simply “a chick with a dick”.






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