Male/Male romance

C
Fight to Forgive

A combination of friends-to-lovers and lovers reunited, Fight to Forgive is the third book in the Letting Go series. While the different books do not seem to overlap in terms of characters, the stories revolve around a theme, like letting go of the past. I originally picked it up because I haven’t ...

B
Risk Aware

Risk Aware is part of the Saugatuck Summer world, but is a totally standalone novel. This is a very readable romance, which considering the subject matter, is not overly heavy on the angst. A contemporary m/m romance with some very well thought out and imaginative BDSM elements, the title refers to ...

B+
Wolf, en Garde

A well written, well plotted, werewolf story – what a pleasant surprise this novel was. Before I read Wolf en Garde I bought and read Wolf WY, the opener for this series. I really liked the writing and enjoyed the romance and love story. Although much of this novel is set in Washi ...

A
A Gentleman's Position

Everything I enjoy in a historical romance can be found in K.J. Charles’ A Gentleman’s Position, the third novel in her Society of Gentlemen series. Accurate, confident and luscious, the writing brings Lord Richard Vane and his ‘fox’, David Cyprian, to glorious life. I have awarded a richly ...

B-
Mr. and Mr. Smith

Mr. and Mr. Smith is the first in an edgy spy series by HelenKay Dimon who, although she has an impressive backlist of about thirty novels and novellas, is new to me. I also have a not-so-secret love of the occasional alpha-male, spy / militaristic romance stories. Providing the plot is good, and I ...

A
Tournament of Losers

I’ve decided - Megan Derr is one of my new favorite authors. Tournament of Losers is a bit on the short side at only 67K words, but definitely tells the complete story of Rath, dock worker and former prostitute (well, still an occasional prostitute, but at 33, it's not really a full-time gig anymo ...

A-
Cold Fusion

Harper Fox’s latest novel is a beautiful sweeping story of love, dedication and betrayal. We start on a Peace Warrior ship in the Norwegian Fiords with Keir Mallory (aka Mallory or Mal) attempting a publicity stunt that goes terribly wrong and results in the loss of two of his ship-mates. Mallory ...

B
Fish Stick Fridays

My, my, Ms. Ford likes her violence. I tend to really enjoy her series (Sinners, Cole McGinnis), largely because she writes well and she writes unusual and interesting gay men to whom I am always drawn. Ford also tends to like men with a lot of baggage, which goes well with all that action…. ...

B+
Sunset Park

Sunset Park is the second in the Five Boroughs series - the first Sutphin Boulevard introduced us to the Rodriguez family, and the relationship between ‘Nunzio and Michael. This book concerns Michael’s younger brother, Raymond. Raymond is used to ignoring responsibility, knowin ...

A+
A Seditious Affair

The second book in K.J Charles’ Society of Gentlemen trilogy, A Seditious Affair contains all the ingredients I enjoyed so much in A Fashionable Indulgence, which I read in the summer. I was so impressed by Ms Charles’ writing and the wonderful way she wove the romantic relationship through a gr ...