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Somewhere to Belong by Caitlin Ricci

Somewhere to Belong by Caitlin Ricci

Eli is a man that has never been loved. So the first thing he does when he’s on his own is lose his virginity through a hook-up app. He thinks he’s finally found love, only to realize, men only want his body, nothing more.

Grayson is one of Eli’s many hook-ups. Grayson wants more but Eli has not a wall, but a fortress built around himself. Getting in will be hard, but Grayson is up for the challenge.

Eli has a hard time relenting any of his independence and in the end might cost him what could be the love of his life.

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Runner by Parker Williams

Runner by Parker Williams

Matt Bowers has lived a life of isolation for over 10 years. He cut himself off from society and more importantly his family. At the age of 16 he was sexually assaulted by someone he should have been able to trust. Since then his anxiety has kept him enthralled. Isolation seemed to be the best answer.

Until the runner.

Charlie Carver is an author that recently moved to the small town from NYC. He finds a way to make himself part of Matt’s routine and bring him comfort; in more ways than one.

There are many trials and obstacles in the way for these two, but patience and courage are teachers to us all.

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Ahava is Love by Avery Duran

Ahava is Love by Avery Duran

**Reviewers note: I say Avery Duncan at least once. 🙁 I seem to do this a lot. Sorry.**

Josh has commitment goals oozing out of his pores yet he only seems to attract the bad boys, the players, who can smell it off of him immediately. Through a high endorsement he accepts a position as a lead for Israeli Pilgrims where he’ll be leading a group of 20 + year olds.

Yaron is the security of Israeli Pilgrims and from how Josh describes him, sex on legs. Only Yaron is still holding on to a past lover. Although he’s attracted to Josh in more than the physical sense he can’t seem to let go of the past and accept a new future.

It takes a long separation for both of them to realize exactly what they desire in life and then have the gumption to go after it.

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Manny Get Your Guy by Amy Lane

Manny Get Your Guy by Amy Lane

This is book #2 in the Mannies series.

Brandon is Jacob’s cousin. Jacob is married to Nica who is Tino’s sister. Tino was the MC in Mannies #1. (Probably a good idea to read the first book-not follow in my footsteps.)

Brandon is living over Jacob and Nica’s garage. After coming out to his parents he left their house and made himself a new home. One that is accepting of him. He’s a college student and works construction to help support himself.

Taylor is Nica’s best friend. He’s a military veteran that still lives in the past. He sees all his failures and has a hard time accepting that he could be any good to anyone. Then Nica becomes pregnant with her fifth child and Taylor finds his way to becoming the manny.

Brandon and Taylor get off to a rocky start but after a guys night out they slowly start to move forward. It’s an uphill struggle but one that Brandon’s determined to help Taylor with all the way.

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An Island in the Stars by Susan Laine

An Island in the Stars by Susan Laine

Sam is a 17 year old college student. He skipped a grade because of his brilliance. He’s also harboring a huge crush on his older brother’s best friend.

Marcus is a jock and throws out a persona to match. After getting him and Sam in quite the predicament of being on an alien exomoon, his true colors start to shine through. (Hint-hint…he’s not as dumb as he seems)

Trying to survive and find their way home both eventually succumb to the erotic environment surrounding them and confess their feelings.

Now, with the connecting chamber broken; how do they get home?

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It Could Happen by Mia Kerick

It Could Happen by Mia Kerick

Henry, Brody, and Danny are seniors in high school and have been best friends, inseparable, since their freshman year. As their senior year progresses a couple of the friends realize that they have stronger feelings than just friendship for the other two.

So they begin a threesome relationship. It’s nowhere near all flowers and rainbows as they have to navigate high school, bullying, religious parents, and life in general. Curve balls are constantly thrown at these three and after one major event everything seems to crumble.

 

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What’s Up Buttercup…..August 27-September 02, 2017

What’s Up Buttercup…..August 27-September 02, 2017

This is where I inform everyone of what I’ll be reading this week so you can expect to see what’s going to be reviewed for the next week.  Things can always change, nothing is permanent, but this helps me adult better and have fun!

 

Enjoy!!


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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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