I’m incredibly excited to be reviewing this series today as Mr Ryder is a fellow Brit, bridging the Atlantic and writing of what happens when a boy from Blighty takes his wares over the pond, something Ryder himself is living. The nifty little stories have to be done in one go, just like I read them, so without further ado, introducing Ben Ryder from the insatiable Dreamspinner Press.
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Tags: Ben Ryder, Dreamspinner, Dreamspinner Press, Gay Fiction, gay literature, jackie's boys, MM Erotica, MM Fiction, MM Romance, Ryder, side line
Tags: Dreamspinner, Dreamspinner Press, Fantasy, Gay Fiction, gay literature, I love John Goode, John Goode, MM Fiction, MM Romance, super-freaking-awesome
Best known for his Foster High series, John Goode has packed a severe wallop with his edgy word-roundhouse kicks that left us all a little teary eyed and spent after reading. I rarely give an author’s second series a shot after reading something I love, but with Goode, I couldn’t resist. From the title alone it’s impossible to ignore the overtones of what promises to be a romp that is out of this world and the man, as always, does not fail to deliver.
Tags: Dreamspinner, Dreamspinner Press, Gay Fiction, gay literature, MM Romance, Parkinson, Pitch, Will Parkinson
To say that young love was hard work would be the understatement of the century. As with most books I read, I tackled this one in one sitting. Pitch is a bittersweet love story between high school students Taylor and Jackson. It looks familiar from the outset, Taylor is no one, Jax is a jock, but Parkinson took the traditional formula and bent it into a far more unexpected tale.
Tags: Andrew Grey, Dreamspinner Press, Gay Fiction, gay literature, Love comes in darkness, MM Erotica, MM Fiction, MM Romance
Michigan native Andrew Grey is prolific in the field of M/M Fiction, boasting a plethora of well written, approachable erotic novels. This latest addition is right up there with the rest of them, as he takes a classic boy-meets-boy love story and moulds into something new and fresh. To start with, our lead character, Howard, is a blind man who, in the opening of the book we find stranded without his cane by the side of the road, no clue where he is and on the back end of a breakup with the unbearable Cedric. Promising start. Introducing Gordy, his Knight in shining armour. Brilliant addition. Then his friends Ken and his mute partner Patrick arrive with their daughter Hannah, a leukaemia survivor. Ding-ding-ding! Ladies and gentleman we have a winner!