Aces Wild: A Heist | Amanda Dewitt | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Aces Wild: A Heist? I came across Aces Wild: A Heist on Netgalley and was immediately intrigued. A complete cast of asexual characters who are meeting for the first time in Las Vegas? Plus, there may be some sort of heist involved? Count me in! What’s the story here? GamblingContinue reading “Aces Wild: A Heist | Amanda Dewitt | Audiobook Review”

Count Your Lucky Stars | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review

Count Your Lucky Stars is the third novel in the Written in the Stars series. I have really enjoyed reading these books and have become attached to the characters. And if I’m honest Margot has become my favorite character. I couldn’t wait for her to get her happily ever after! So much so that IContinue reading “Count Your Lucky Stars | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review”

Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review

Too Hot To Touch is the second book in the Firebird series by Katy James. I was so excited to get back into the world of Shady Hill. This time the romance centers around rising hockey superstar Tyler Valentine and PhD student teacher Murray Silva. It took my brain a bit before it got usedContinue reading “Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review”

Café Con Lychee | Emery Lee | Book Review

In Café Con Lychee, Theo Mori and Gabi Moreno are no strangers to competition. They are both on the soccer team, each having their own level of play. Theo is the savior of the team while Gabi is lucky if he remembers to tie his shoes properly before a game. These two characters are alsoContinue reading “Café Con Lychee | Emery Lee | Book Review”

The Romance Recipe | Ruby Barrett | Book Review

Sophie Brunet is a former reality shower finalist who was recently hired as the head chef for Amy Chambers restaurant. All she want so to do is cook without all the distractions. Unfortunately, she restaurant is failing, and its owner is one of those distractions. Sophie and Amy clash every time they are in theContinue reading “The Romance Recipe | Ruby Barrett | Book Review”

The Loophole | Naz Kutub | Book Review

The Loophole has been pitched as a magic adventure whose main character is a gay Muslim teenager. In a basic sense that is exactly what happens. When Sy meets Reggie and she tells him she can grant him three wishes, an adventure begins and his life is forever changed. Prior to meeting Reggie, he isContinue reading “The Loophole | Naz Kutub | Book Review”

Spin Me Right Round | David Valdes | Book Review

As I was reading Spin Me Right Round, I couldn’t help but feel like it was a gay twist on the classic movie trilogy Back to the Future. In present day, Luis is openly gay in an environment that may be progressive but not always fully accepting. The majority reason for this stems from anContinue reading “Spin Me Right Round | David Valdes | Book Review”

Saturday Movie Review: Crush

Crush is a new movie released by Hulu. It stars Rowan Blanchard, Auli’i Cravalho, and Isabella Ferreira as the three main characters. It also features Megan Mullaly as Rowan Blanchard’s characters free spirits mother. The premise for this movie is hat as an attempt to finally win the eye of the girl, Gabriela, that sheContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Crush”

Home Field Advantage | Dahlia Adler | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Home Field Advantage? Home Field Advantage caught my attention from the moment I first read the synopsis. LGBTQIA+ romance? Sports romance? Secret dating? It sounded exactly what I needed. Plus, it was being released during Pride Month! So, it wasn’t very hard for me to click request on Netgalley, andContinue reading “Home Field Advantage | Dahlia Adler | Audiobook Review”

Conventionally Yours | Annabeth Albert | Book Review

Conventionally Yours is an adorable LGBTQIA romance written by Annabeth Albert. The two main characters, Conrad and Aiden, are both gamers and often play against each other for the online video blog Gamer Grandpa. Their game of choice of Odyssey but their tactics are on the complete opposite of the competitive spectrum. This of courseContinue reading “Conventionally Yours | Annabeth Albert | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

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A. A. MacConnell

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