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A Taste of Honey by Ari McKay

A Taste of Honey by Ari McKay

Boone has decided to go back home for a weekend. His mother takes this opportunity to plan a family reunion and Boone knows this is code for “Finding Boone a Girlfriend”.

Rob is Boone’s best friend. He’s gay, but most importantly he moonlights as Honey, the drag queen.

The two concoct a plan that has Rob portraying Honey and Boone’s girlfriend while they’re at Boone’s mama’s house.

Lines cross too easily making Boone face a fact about himself and have Rob running.

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What’s up Buttercup?   Week of August 20-26, 2017

What’s up Buttercup? Week of August 20-26, 2017

Here I will talk about what I’m reading this week so you all know what reviews to expect next week.  Plus some random ramblings!!  I hope you all enjoy what I’m hoping will become a weekly segment.


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Happily Ever After Isn’t Easy by Jake C. Wallace

Happily Ever After Isn’t Easy by Jake C. Wallace

Gabe is a youth counselor who recently came out of the closet, ended a marriage of 18 years, and is ready to have the future he always wanted.

Brandt is a military veteran and substitute PE teacher at the local high school. He has one way of teaching the students; the military way. This causes conflict immediately between Gabe and Brandt.

The two spend more time together through school functions and coincidental meetings and realize there’s more to the other than their initial encounter.

When a catastrophic event occurs at the school and Brandt is hurt Gabe’s world comes crashing down and he must examine some hard truths.

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Two for Trust by Elle Brownlee

Two for Trust by Elle Brownlee

Finch planned a nice romantic getaway for him and his supposed boyfriend. Only after it was booked did Finch realize he meant nothing to said boyfriend and now he must decide to go on trip alone or stay and be humiliated. So he quits his job and goes to England.

When he gets there it’s brought to his attention he bought the wrong pass. The pass is for two people for one week, not one pass for two weeks. Cue-Benedict.

Benedict walks into the tent and Finch offers him the other pass, which Benedict takes graciously since Finch is so adorable. Together they visit the trust.

Only Benedict was not a random tourist and when Finch finds himself in trouble it’s Benedict to the rescue.

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Mascara and Bandages by Brandon Witt

Mascara and Bandages by Brandon Witt

Zachary, Ariel Merman, has been doing drag at Hamburger Mary’s for a short time now. After one of his shows he decides to walk home. He comes across three men who take it upon themselves to beat Zachary for being gay.

Dr. Teegan Chau is an ER doctor and recently out of the closet. Once he sees Zach he knows that there is something very special about him. There is a constant current that pulls them together.

Can Teegan find happiness after accepting who is truly is and will Zach be able to let his guard down enough to trust Teegan?

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Fishy Riot by Lindsey Black

Fishy Riot by Lindsey Black

Taylor Jameson and his twin brother Clay are both Riot Officers. They draw the short end of the stick and are sent with their team to watch over a bunch of rich, spoiled kids on a yacht for a fundraiser. Taylor decides he’s had enough of the crowd and ventures below under the guise of checking everything out.

Siesta Salisbury is the reclusive son of a politician. Nobody has seen him in ages so when he appears on the yacht and gives a speech it’s a surprise to everyone.

After events turn from organized chaos to downright chaotic it’s everyman on deck. The newspapers get a picture of Taylor and Sietta and it appears to be intimate.

When Taylor goes to apologize to Sietta, Taylor and Clay find the whole thing to be rather fishy and suspect. From there things only go south.

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Just Add Argyle (Fabric Hearts Book 3) by KC Burn

Just Add Argyle (Fabric Hearts Book 3) by KC Burn

Tate is a known disturber of the peace. He can’t hold down a job, always late on rent to his mother, who thinks he’s a worthless piece of garbage. All because Tate has a mental disorder that makes understanding numbers difficult.

Jamie is an EMT and military veteran. He suffers from nightmares and PTSD.

When Tate single handedly attempts to take down two assailants about to rape his former co-worker, Tate becomes an unexpected hero. Jamie is the EMT called in and when he sees the red haired beauty he can’t stop thinking about him. He has to find him.

Just Add Argyle is a story of two people suffering in different ways and finding peace after tragedy strikes.

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Return of the Chauffeur’s Son by Tara Lain

Return of the Chauffeur’s Son by Tara Lain

Imagine….an MM version of Sabrina.…If that doesn’t entice you then here we go…

Luca has been in love with James Armstrong since they were children. He would follow James anywhere and everywhere. Only, James was the ladies man. Never saw Luca the way Luca dreamed.

Heartbroken Luca goes to culinary school in France, works in New York, and then takes a job in California. Returning home to his father, the chauffeur to the Armstrong’s. Now he’s back with James.

Dylan Armstrong is James’s older brother and gay.  He’s had a thing for Luca, like Luca has had a thing for James. After a day of Luca and Dylan being together, and then an embarrassing evening where Luca decides to run, will anything ever be as it’s supposed to?

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Why I Love Waiters (2nd Edition) by TA Chase

Why I Love Waiters (2nd Edition) by TA Chase

This is book #2 in the Why I Love…..Series.

John Davidson is Chuck’s youngest brother. He’s in the army and has a crush on the waiter at his local diner. Only he doesn’t act on is affections for fear of someone finding out that he’s gay.

Heath Kane once ran away from the small town only to come back after a family tragedy. He’s openly gay and all too well understands the repercussions of not hiding.

After visiting his brother John decides to make his move. Heath is not exactly what John expected but it’s a pleasant surprise. A glorious rainbow on a stormy day that is John’s current position in life.

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New Lease by BG Thomas

New Lease by BG Thomas

Wade has allowed grief to take over his whole existence until he believes the only way he can truly feel again is to die and hope that his partner of the past twenty years is on the other side waiting for him.

After a series of not so unfortunate events Wade finds himself on his neighbor’s stoop and comes face to face with the most handsome Kent Walker. Kent too has lost his partner but he’s chosen to continue living. The polar opposite of Wade.

The two share stories and grief and Kent shows Wade what he had in the past versus what he can have in the future.

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