‘Escaping Exile’ (Escape Trilogy #1) by Sara Dobi Bauer #LGBT #Review #NewRelease #Paranormal #Historical

Wendy reviews ‘Escaping Exile’ (Escape Trilogy #1) by Sara Dobie Bauer. Published by NineStar Press, August 13, 2018, 83 pages. Andrew is a vampire from New Orleans, exiled to a tropical island in the 1800s as punishment for his human bloodlust. During a storm, a ship crashes off shore. After rescuing a sailor from the…

Robby Riverton By Eli Easton #Audiobook #Review #MMRomance #Historical #LGBT #BlogTour #Giveaway

Erryn reviews ‘Robby Riverton’ by Eli Easton This book was released by the author on April 24, 2018, and is 294 pgs long. The audiobook version of this story was narrated by Matthew Shaw and produced by Pinkerton Road.  It was released on August 2, 2018, and is 7 hrs and 34 mins long. A…

Balefire by Jordan L. Hawk #LGBT #DuoReview #MM #Paranormal #Historical #Magic

Marc and Dana review Balefire (Whyborne &Griffin #10) by Jordan L. Hawk (Published by Widdershins Press, July 13, 2018, 306 pages) Note: a copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Check out MtSnow’s interview with Julian G. Simmons (Whyborne & Griffin narrator) HERE. Check out MtSnow, Marc,…

Hamilton’s Battalion: A Trio of Romances by Rose Lerner, Courtney Milan, and Alyssa Cole #Review #LGBT #MM #FF #MF #Historical

Erryn reviews the antholgoy  ‘Hamilton’s Battalion: A Trio of Romances’ by Rose Lerner, Courtney Milan, and Alyssa Cole. The ebook and softcover were published October 17, 2017 and are 378 pages. A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.  Why I read this book: I rarely read synopses, but when I saw Courtney…

A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan #Review #MMRomance #Historical #Re-release

Melissa reviews A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan Published April 17th 2018 by Heidi Cullinan (first published February 14th 2012), 388 pages. To seal their bond, they must break the ties that bind. Painfully introverted and rendered nearly mute by a heavy stammer, Lord George Albert Westin rarely ventures any farther than the club or…

‘Anail Dhragain’ (Dragon’s Breath) (The Pendhragains Book 1) by Stephan Knox #LGBT #Interview #RGRGiveaway #Review #HistoricalFantasy

Wendy reviews ‘Anail Dhragain’ (Dragon’s Breath) (The Pendhragains Book 1) by Stephan Knox. Self published March 31, 2018, 753 pages. ***Giveaway*** Be sure to check out the giveaway at the bottom of this post for your chance to win an e-book copy of ‘Anail Dhragain’.   Serving as a Brittunculi Legionnaire in the very occupation…

‘Gibraltar’ (English Edition) by Cristina Bruni #LGBT #ReleaseDayBlitz #RGRGiveaway #Spotlight #Review #Historical #SecondChances #Romance

Wendy reviews ‘Gibralter’ (English Edition) by Cristina Bruni. Self published December 22, 2017, 77 pages. A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. ***Check out the bottom of this post for a chance to win an Amazon gift card provided by the author.*** Benjamin Scott is a…

Reckless by Jess Whitecroft #LGBT #Spotlight #NewRelease #Sale #Historical #Pirates

We are excited to welcome Jess Whitecroft and her brand-new book ‘Reckless’ on Rainbow Gold Reviews. We just had to share that wonderful cover art with you and introduce you to this very unique pirate book, especially since it is ON SALE for $0.99 right now! ❤ You can get your first taste of the…

Kidnapped by the Pirate by Keira Andrews #LGBT #Review

Dana reviews Kidnapped by the Pirate by Keira Andrews (Published by KA Books, October 26, 2017, 259 pages) A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Blurb:  Will a virgin captive surrender to this pirate’s sinful touch? Nathaniel Bainbridge is used to hiding, whether it’s concealing his struggles with reading or his forbidden…

Hexslayer by Jordan L. Hawk #LGBT #Review

Dana reviews Hexslayer (Hexworld, Book 3) by Jordan L. Hawk. (Published October 6, 2016, 260 pages) A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. To read Bethany’s audioreview of Hexbreaker (Hexworld, #1) click here. To read Marc’s review of The 13th Hex (Hexworld, #0.5) and Hexbreaker (Hexworld, #1) click here. To read the duo review…

‘The Innocent Auction’ (Innocents Book 1) by Victoria Sue #LGBT #Review #SelfPublished #Historical #Romance #Suspense

Wendy reviews ‘The Innocent Auction’ (Innocents Book 1) by Victoria Sue. Second edition self published May 31, 2017. Originally published December 27, 2015, 278 pages. The Innocent Auction London 1810. Their love was a death sentence. Deacon, Viscount Carlisle, was aware of the slums and gin-lanes of London. Just as he was aware of the…

‘Axios’ (A Spartan Tale) by Jaclyn Osborn #LGBT #Spotlight #Interview #Historical #RGRGiveaway #ReleaseDay

Wendy reviews ‘Axios’ (A Spartan Tale) by Jaclyn Osborn. Self published July 19, 2017, 362 pages.   I am Axios of Sparta, and I was born to kill. At age seven, I left home to train with other boys where we were taught obedience, solidarity, military strategy, and how to withstand pain. My harsh upbringing stripped…

Draakenwood by Jordan L. Hawk #LGBT #Review #ReleaseDay #Paranormal #Historical #MM

Marc, MtSnow, and Dana review Draakenwood (Whyborne &Griffin #9) by Jordan L. Hawk (Published by Widdershins Press, June 2, 2017, 291 pages) Note: a copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Check out MtSnow’s interview with Julian G. Simmons (Whyborne & Griffin narrator) HERE. Check out Dana…

Games of Rome by JP Kenwood #LGBT #Review #Historical #Fantasy #MM #AncientRome

Marc reviews ‘Games of Rome’ (Dominus #2) by JP Kenwood. This book was released by the author on November 18th, 2015 and is 339 pages long. RGR received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Why I read this book:  While it took me a while to get into ‘Dominus’, book one…

Reader’s Choice: What book should Bethany read next? #LGBT #Poll #Spotlight

Hello RGR readers, Looks like I will be wrapping things up for RGR’s Reader’s Choice week.  You hold all the power here as to what I read and review next.  I personally think all five choices are wonderful and would love to read all of them, and I might, but YOU need to pick one…