LGBTQ+ romance

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The Way Back

How dangerous is it to love two competitive brothers? Riley Evans finds out in Quinn’s debut novel, a heady romp set in contemporary Kansas.  When Riley meets brothers Eric and Jason, he falls head over heels for Eric, only to have the guy dump him. Fortunately, Jason was around to help Riley ...

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Whistling in the Dark

When was the last time you read a romance set in the earliest days of the Jazz Age? Whistling in the Dark not only features an unusual setting but two heroes who face ordinary struggles such as keeping a family business afloat. I also loved the insight into the earliest days of radio, before the fir ...

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False Colors

I thought it might be a mistake reading False Colors right after Transgressions, but despite similarities, they were quite different. While both are M/M romances with the same publisher and a strong sense of history, False Colors tells the story of both men equally, even when they are apart - someti ...

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Fairyville

Emma Holly is just a pleasure to read. Sexy, erotic, hot, steamy, it’s true, but also smooth, considered, well-crafted, and oh-so-easy to read. Holly is one of those writers whose writing never gets in the way of the story. Fairyville, Arizona isn’t like other towns. Fairyvillers are alwa ...