You, Me and Her by Tanya Chris #ReleaseDay #MMF #Review #LGBT #Menage #Triad #MM #MF

Erryn reviews the ebook of ‘You, Me and Her’ by Tanya Chris. The ebook was published May 15, 2018 and is 279 pages. A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.  Why I read this book: I am loving Tanya Chris and love me some MMF   Nate wasn’t made to be monogamous, a…

‘Breaking Roadblocks’ (Bend Over Series Book 4) by Brina Brady #LGBT #Review #NewRelease #BDSM #Series

Wendy reviews ‘Breaking Roadblocks’ (Bend Over Series Book 4) by Brina Brady. Self published November 10, 2017, 328 pages. With their marriage on hold, Shane begins to stumble. All he wants is to be Julien’s husband but he just can’t seem to make the right choices when it comes to proving to Julien that he…

‘Johnnie’ by Cardeno C. #LGBT #AudioReview #Giveaway #BlogTour

Dana reviews Johnnie (Siphon series Book 1) by Cardeno C. (Published by The Romance Authors March 11, 2015, 224 pages; Audio version released July 6, 2015, 5 hours and 50 minutes)  To read Tracy’s ebook review, click here. An audio copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Written by: Cardeno C. Narrated by: Greg…

Star Quality by Ajax Bell #LGBT #Review #Spotlight #RGRgiveaway

Dana reviews Star Quality by Ajax Bell (Self-published June 1st, 2015, 85 pages)   Title: Star Quality Author: Ajax Bell Publisher: Ajax Bell Publication Date: June 1, 2015 on Amazon, wide release September 1, 2015 Word count: 24,000 Pages: 85 Note: This an erotic novella about an up and coming TV actor who begins to…

Celebrating Minorities: "Dakota" by Vicktor Alexander

There are many minorities that most don’t think about, let alone see, in fiction.  You have some minorities that you see but don’t see.  For instance, bisexuals–the “B” in LGBT.  It is one of the main sexual identities but it is not represented as much when stories are written. Bisexuals are largely still in the closet. The same is true for…

Celebrating Minorities: "Ice Cream and Kisses" by Andrew Jericho

Equal rights is still such a big issue in today’s society, so I’m glad to be celebrating minorities in LGBT fiction today. I’ve often thought the fight for same sex marriage rights today, is history repeating itself of when interracial marriages were illegal. Though the amount of books featuring minorities in the m/m genre are not…