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A Destiny of Dragons (Tales From Verania Book 2)

TJ Klune
E-Buch Text: 480 Seiten
Erschienen bei Dreamspinner Press, 30.06.2017
ISBN 9781635335576
Genre: Sonstiges

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Cutie Pies

Barbara Bell
E-Buch Text: 109 Seiten
Erschienen bei null, 17.03.2018
ISBN 9781626497467
Genre: Sonstiges

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Perfect Imperfections

Cardeno C.
Flexibler Einband: 294 Seiten
Erschienen bei Romance Authors, LLC, The, 18.11.2015
ISBN 9781942184362
Genre: Sonstiges

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Arrows Through Archer

Nash Summers
Flexibler Einband: 308 Seiten
Erschienen bei CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 13.06.2017
ISBN 9781547280704
Genre: Sonstiges

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Disasterology 101 by Taylor Donovan (2013-07-17)


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Erschienen bei null
ISBN B01F825UAY
Genre: Sonstiges

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Checking Out Love

R. Cooper
E-Buch Text: 42 Seiten
Erschienen bei null, 04.02.2015
ISBN B00T7VC4D4
Genre: Sonstiges

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Caught! (Shamwell Tales Book 1)

JL Merrow
E-Buch Text: 296 Seiten
Erschienen bei Riptide Publishing, 04.06.2017
ISBN 9781626496132
Genre: Sonstiges

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Status Update (#gaymers Book 1)

Annabeth Albert
E-Buch Text: 212 Seiten
Erschienen bei Carina Press, 07.12.2015
ISBN 9781459290594
Genre: Sonstiges

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Ricochet

Xanthe Walter
E-Buch Text: 392 Seiten
Erschienen bei null, 01.11.2012
ISBN B00A0WD2E4
Genre: Sonstiges

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Lovers and Liches

G.D. Penman
E-Buch Text: 43 Seiten
Erschienen bei JMS Books LLC, 17.02.2018
ISBN 9781634865616
Genre: Sonstiges

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Country Mouse

Amy Lane , Aleksandr Voinov
E-Buch Text: 222 Seiten
Erschienen bei Riptide Publishing, 21.04.2012
ISBN 9781937551346
Genre: Sonstiges

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Jesse's Smile

Angelique Jurd
E-Buch Text: 434 Seiten
Erschienen bei Small Black Cat Media, 16.01.2018
ISBN B0792XVC93
Genre: Sonstiges

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The Ghost on My Couch

L.A. Gilbert
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Erschienen bei Dreamspinner Press, 22.03.2011
ISBN B004TGTZ5C
Genre: Sonstiges

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Handle with Care

Josephine Myles
E-Buch Text: 183 Seiten
Erschienen bei null, 06.07.2017
ISBN B071FVD9WS
Genre: Sonstiges

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His Roommate's Pleasure

Lana McGregor
E-Buch Text: 84 Seiten
Erschienen bei Carina Press, 01.07.2013
ISBN 9781426895760
Genre: Sonstiges

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Adam just wanted to submit his paper on time, stumbles onto his jock roommates porn collection and is instantly turned on by the kinky pictures. He didn't even know Josh was gay. As Josh catches him at it, he offers to look at the pictures together and maybe try out some of it.

It's a sexy and sweet book about two college students exploring their D/s, kinky fantasies for the first time.

It's pretty much PWP, the sex is pretty well written and hot, though rather light on the kinkiness: A bit of humiliation kink, collar and leash, impact play, nothing really out there. Since they are both learning they don't always do everything right, they don't stay in the right head space constantly, but it gives the whole thing a fresh, authentic take.
I just wished some of the negotiations that where mentioned could have been done on page. I think that would have made it even more realistic.

It's not only sex though, and I thought they where pretty adorable and cute together and even though the story was rather short the relationship did not feel too rushed.

Also, the author didn't use names enough and overdid it with personal pronouns. Sometimes it was really hard to tell who was doing what, since everything was all "he" and "his" and it got confusing.

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Dirty Laundry

Heidi Cullinan
E-Buch Text: 226 Seiten
Erschienen bei Riptide Publishing, 26.01.2013
ISBN 9781937551773
Genre: Sonstiges

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Grad student Adam has been fighting with his OCD and anxieties his whole life. Being rescued from drunken frat boys at a laundromat by the build bouncer Denver leads first to some kinky action right on the laundry tables and later to a tentative relationship.
They are an unlikely pair, but Denver's dominance manages to quiet Adam's OCD for a time and he takes Adam's quirks as they come, but the OCD makes it hard on them too, since Adam can't go to Denver's house nor can Denver visit him. But they are resourceful and very willing to try and make it work.

I really liked the story. It was interesting to read about Adams OCD and anxiety issues. Not sure how realistic it was, I only have some anxiety, but it certainly sounded thought-out and researched.

I liked the interplay of OCD and D/s and BDSM, how submitting could calm all the other shit in Adam's brain. The sex was really hot and pushed all my buttons, so yay for that.
But it kinda felt the whole book, the whole relationship really, was just about sex and Adam's illness. They didn't really seem to do much other than play and deal with the issues. Ever. I thought there needed to be a little bit more there.

But other than that I actually enjoyed how the relationship developed slowly, how they learned to trust each other and figured out how to deal with each of their issues. It's kinda sweet in a gruff and rough sort of way.

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Blind Faith (Blind Faith Series Book 1)

N.R. Walker
E-Buch Text: 206 Seiten
Erschienen bei N.R. Walker, 27.02.2013
ISBN B00BMTQNQ8
Genre: Sonstiges

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Starting as the new veterinarian in an animal hospital, Carter gets to know the withdrawn, moody Isaac and his guide dog Brady. Carter and Isaac gravitate to each other fairly quickly, but Isaac has trouble to rely on his dog or show him any affection.

It's not one of Walker's strongest books, I thought.

Carter is a bit too perfect but I liked him and I even liked Isaac's pride and occasional grumpiness but I thought the book could use a bit more passion and intensity.
The relationship felt rather muted and a bit one-sided. Carter always seems to be the one to instigate, cajole and decide, while Isaac just goes along for the ride. They are really sweet together and all that, but it was just all a bit too careful, too soft for me.

I also thought the book got a bit obnoxious on pointing out how brave, awesome and independent Isaac is for living a normal life even though he's blind. If Isaac is just a normal person, regardless of his eyesight, that shouldn't be such a big achievement, should it?

So, it's not a bad book or a bad story. It's romantic, sweet and not too saccharine. There is just a little drama when Isaac gets into one of his moods, but other than that it's a pleasant, heartwarming read, lots of couple interaction and cute dogs. Not a lot of sex though, but what there is is sweet and caring rather than explicit and hot.

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Not His Kiss to Take

Finn Marlowe
E-Buch Text: 246 Seiten
Erschienen bei null, 28.12.2016
ISBN 9781301016075
Genre: Sonstiges

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Evan can't to work as a doctor anymore since his migraine incapacitates him most days. On a rare outing to a bar, he finds a young guy, Jamie, beat up and violated in the restrooms. Since Jamie doesn't want to go to a hospital, he takes him home and helps him recover. He also finds him irresistible attractive and has a hard time being as detached as a doctor ought to be.

So, I thought this was supposed to be just porn, but it's not. Not really. Not just.
Ok, there is a lot of sex. Seriously a lot. Long, dirty, kinky, awesome sex scenes.
But I thought the relationship building in between was actually really great too. Ok, I admit, the whole "It's not gay unless I do X" thing is a bit silly. It happens way too often in books, but it never stops being stupid. But other than that, I really liked the play between them, Evan's pushing, cajoling, care taking, Jamie's resistance, insults and acceptance.

I really liked that the characters had a big age-gap and the younger one actually acted very much younger. He curses like a teenager, is a bit immature, taunting, reckless. I liked it better than the usual "He's so mature" take on age difference.

I adored the sex, btw. Very extensive scenes, well written, big focus on the feelings, reactions, interactions. I'm not even into the whole medical kink, but it's hard not to get into it, when the book describes so well how much both of them are into it.

It's a bit dubCon in the beginning, and Jamie does call Evan out on that more than once. They even talk about it in the end, so it's very much an intentional part of the book. Personally, I wasn't bothered by it all that much, I thought it was pretty mild, but I guess some people might not like those parts.

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Takeover

Anna Zabo
E-Buch Text: 200 Seiten
Erschienen bei InterMix, 19.08.2014
ISBN 9780698182134
Genre: Sonstiges

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One night in Curacao is all Sam allowed himself, one night of surrender to a hot stranger. Sam is a CEO specialized in getting flaying companies back up and running, and in that kind of job you just can't be openly gay, it would be a weakness.
But when he arrives at his new job he finds that the hot stranger, Michael, is actually one of his employees. Both of them just can't let the night go, as much as they try, because they complement each other better than anyone else ever did.
But Michael won't be with anyone in the closet ever again, and Sam's job would be on the line for sleeping with an employee.

It's one of those really mediocre books I don't have a lot to say about. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't very captivating either. The characters where not badly written, but I felt I've seen those people before. The dynamic was rather stereotypical too.

I got a bit annoyed with all the back and forth. They want to play then not, yes, maybe, no. All the mental melodrama and wavering about it got old pretty fast. The whole rational didn't feel very convincing either. Gay is weak so Sam can't be openly gay? Seemed a weak excuse, considering how thought after he is. He could have probably found a LGBTQ friendly company, if he just tried. The whole argument just felt artificial.

It was also pretty much insta-love. One night and they are hung up about each other. After the second time they where basically in love already. They spend some time between that platonically, but still, that's really fast. The book just doesn't spent a lot of time on relationship development, either. All of the getting to know is pretty much off page. Most of the page time is spent arguing with themselves or each other if they can have any kind of relationship and why not.

The sex scenes where really hot though. D/s and impact play without the usual Sir/Master trappings. Never been a fan of all that protocol anyway.

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Muscling Through

JL Merrow
E-Buch Text: 116 Seiten
Erschienen bei JMS Books LLC, 17.06.2017
ISBN 9781634863681
Genre: Sonstiges

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When Lawrence stumbles upon thuggish-looking Al in an dark alleyway, he thinks he'll get robbed or raped. But Al is simply trying to get the intoxicated man home safely. The next day finds Larry apologizing to Al for the misunderstanding and even though the two men could not be more different from each other, they find they get along rather well.
But not only Larry's posh parents aren't satisfied with Larry's choice of partner, even Al himself has a hard time seeing that he has more to offer than just his physical attributes.

This book is just so awesome. I don't think I've ever read such a good first person narration depicting someone low-intelligence, without going into condescending.
The language is basic and unadorned, more descriptive than anything else, but it's really interesting how much you can do with that.
We only get Al's POV, and since he's not all that good at understanding peoples motives and facial expressions there's a bit of guesswork involved, what people are feeling, but in contrast Al is actually very profound where his own reactions and feelings are concerned.

I don't think it's possible not to like Al. He's just simply a very good guy: helpful, kind, honest, guileless. He simply doesn't have a mean bone in his body, even though he looks like a big bruiser and can hold himself in a fight. He's not clever or quick-thinking by a long shot, but he understands more than you might give him credit for and he does listen and learn.
We only see Larry through Al's eyes, but he's very much the polar opposite: learned, clever, well-bread and physically small. But he genuinely likes Al for who he is, he encourages him, exposes him to new experiences and defends him when people look down on him.

It's just a really sweet book. Al sometimes says the most guilelessly romantic things, it's so heartwarming. And Larry can be a bit of a prat, even though Al doesn't tend to see it that way. But he's also always really good about reassuring Al, since he guy has quite a few hangups. People don't tend to be serious about him, and he obviously has been hurt before, even though he doesn't really say so.

The only minor complaint I have is that the sex scenes aren't really all that hot. I still enjoyed them, and I don't think they could have been done differently, because the style just fits the rest of the book, but they are rather simple and descriptive and not high on the feelings.

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How to Train Your Dom in Five Easy Steps by Josephine Myles (2015-09-01)

Josephine Myles
Flexibler Einband
Erschienen bei Samhain Publishing, 01.01.1897
ISBN B01FIZZR4A
Genre: Sonstiges

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Jeff is straight and has just come out of his first ever relationship, which lasted 14 years and was entirely vanilla. But now that he's free to explore his dominant and sadistic urges. But he's just a bit too inexperienced, not to mention awkward and rude, to find any female subs to play with.
Through some friends Jeff gets introduced to Eddie, an experienced gay painslut, who's quite willing to show Jeff some basics and let him experiment. Jeff is appalled at first, he's not into guys, after all, but after meeting Eddie, he starts to get into their play. Eddie would be the perfect sub for him, if he didn't happen to be a guy.


This was so good, I just couldn't stop reading. I usually don't much enjoy the leather-club, organized BDSM kind of books, but this one was really good.

So Jeff is a total puppy-Dom. Over-eager, awkward, without any tact. Right out of his first relationship ever he's trying to make up for lost time. He's a bit of a pig, but I adore him. He's a working class guy, rough around the edges, not all that educated, bad with words but it becomes apparent rather fast that he's just hiding his insecurities. He's pretty thoughtful and sweet once he gets the chance to show it.

Eddie is the perfect fit for him. He's a seasoned sub and masochist, he's been around the block and done about everything at least once. He's easy-going and not turned off by Jeff's grumpy nature and has no problems giving Jeff candid words right back. But Eddie can also not just manipulate Jeff as he could his other Doms. Jeff's just a bit too stubborn for that.

There's a lot of sex in it, obviously, a plethora of kinky toys and games are introduced. I wasn't even into most of them (not a masochist myself and I don't much like humiliation either), but the book is great about showing how much both of them are enjoying themselves and what they enjoy about it, so I thought it was all pretty hot, even the parts I don't strictly like.
But other than the sex the book is very much slow-burn. They fall for each other while they play, since they really don't hang out all that much, but it's really sweet and dirty all at the same time.
Jeff is pretty hung up about the whole gay thing (as in that he is not gay and what's gay to do), since he's grown up in a pretty homophobic household, but I adore how he works through that.
It's one of my favorite kinds of GFY, where a gruff, lower class guy figures out how to be gay when he's been taught he shouldn't be. It's weirdly specific, I know, but I like it.

It's all very much low angst, low drama, though, regardless of Jeff's conflict.

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The Queen & the Homo Jock King by TJ Klune (2016-02-29)

TJ Klune
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Erschienen bei Dreamspinner Press, 01.01.1633
ISBN B01K3RMOEE
Genre: Sonstiges

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911 by Chris Owen (2008-06-25)

Chris Owen
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Erschienen bei Torquere Press, 01.01.1589
ISBN B01K18IRHI
Genre: Sonstiges

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Drew is a firefighter, looking for a roommate who can deal with his shift duty. He meets the resident doctor Scott, who's looking for a new place. Scott moves into Drew's house and a short while later, into his bed. After a while they meet EMT Eric at poker night, also looking for a new place. There's more room in the house, but is there also room in their bed?

This is not for me. For the most part, the book was just a drag.

The characters where fine, I just thought they where a bit flat. Or not flat exactly, maybe stereotypical? Interchangeable? They felt plot-convenient and not really like actual people.

But the plot was not for me, if you can call it a plot. It was more like a series of disconnected episodes, interspersed with a lot of gratuitous fucking. All the relationship progress always happened flawlessly. Scott and Drew just got together, not trouble. Then later on Eric comes along and they just include him at some point. Not much talking about it, no trouble adjusting. It just happens and it's fine.
In between those relationship milestones there are a bunch of smaller happenings. Scheduling conflicts, parents, illnesses etc. that don't really seem to do much for the overall story or character development.
The whole thing just lacked coherency for me. There was no proper arc, it was just a bunch of stuff happening to those people. I thought the part in the end could have been quite interesting, is it where not squashed into the last few chapters. Pretty much everything in this book feels kinda rushed and pointless.

And then there is the sex. I counted 18 sex scenes. I think in the middle you have 3 chapters of just sex scenes without anything like plot breaking it up. And quite frankly, the sex is not badly written and some of it is really hot, but it just gets very repetitive and boring, since it's just too much of it. It's not the most innovative sex ever written, even with 3 people in bed it's pretty tame and really lacks creativity.

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Contour (Shape of You Book 1)

Meg Harding
E-Buch Text: 200 Seiten
Erschienen bei null, 23.01.2018
ISBN B078WNKVDK
Genre: Sonstiges

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Jamie aka FoxyRoxy is a Youtube sensation doing makeup tutorials and vlogging. He has a crush on the Instagram model Tyler. They start messaging and after a few weeks of talking, Tyler wants to meet up. Jamie doesn't do relationships and hides her fear of commitment behind contact lenses, colored hair and sass, but Tyler doesn't do casual. He very much wants Jamie, though. Both may have to compromise a little to have a chance.

I didn't have any real problems with the book, but somehow it was just not popping for me. It felt a bit flat, it was lacking... something.

It's not even that the characters where flat. No, I liked them both, Tyler more than Jamie, since I don't quiet connect with the relationship-phobic side of him. But I thought they where well written, they had depth, flaws, problems, secrets.

There wasn't much angst and drama either, which I usually prefer, but it just was all too...easy. Jamie apparently never slept with anyone twice before Tyler, and I thought he was making progress a little too fast, too smoothly. It felt the book builds on the idea of all that potential drama waiting to happen, and it never does.
They do a lot of couply vacation stuff together, which I usually enjoy, it just lacked impact here. I was missing some depth of feelings, I think, which I thought wasn't quite there.

Also, I would have loved a few more text-conversations from them, not just the conversations but also their reactions and thoughts to them.

The sex scenes where really well written and very hot, though.

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The Half of Us (Family Collection) (Volume 1)

Cardeno C.
Flexibler Einband: 276 Seiten
Erschienen bei Romance Authors, LLC, The, 01.04.2016
ISBN 9781942184409
Genre: Sonstiges

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Since his divorce from his wife, Jason only does one-night-stands. He doesn't believe he can have a family with another man. One night be picks up Abe, a younger, shy man with an infectious laughter. A few month later they see each other again an Jason breaks his and asks for an encore.
Jason becomes fascinated with Abe, and Abe is certainly not discouraging the attention. The sex is hot, after all, and slowly but surely things shift from just fucking to more.

I liked this part better than the third book (Not sure why it shows up as #1, this is #4, I haven't read 1 & 2 though).

This is a rather quiet book, if you discount all the sex scenes. It's pretty much just smoking hot sexy times with great dirty talk and a rough edge and quiet domesticity. A lot of people call it fluffy, which is true in execution, if not in language, if you know what I mean. There is no lengthy spouting of love declarations or sappy dialog, it's all in what they do and share. Hell, even Jason's filthy innuendo can end up being sweet. And it's almost entirely drama and angst free.
Even though Jason was very much against relationships in the beginning, he just slides into the one with Abe without really noticing, and when he does notice, instead of freaking out or drawing back, he things about it and is ok with it, which was actually pretty awesome. I wondered why Abe didn't just talk to Jason about some of the stuff earlier (or at all), though. It's not like Abe was afraid something bad would happen. He just kinda seemed to enjoy to wait for Jason to figure it out.

I really liked the characters. Abe just might be a bit too perfect. Sweet, understanding, clever, patient, endless sex drive, great with kids, everything. I can't think of a single character flaw on him...
I liked Jason more. He has made a lot of mistakes, but he is capable of learning from them, he has a quick temper, loves silly innuendo, bit absent-minded. He felt a lot more human than Abe and very much sympathetic since he actually has to overcome his difficulties, instead of being perfect like Abe. ;)
But the side characters are great too. I complained that in the third part of the series the kids where pretty much just window dressing. That is not the case here. They feel like actual people with personality and problems and they are a relevant part of the plot and the narrative, even though we don't get to see them much in the first half of the book or so. The ex-wife is also great, witty and understanding. She pushes Jason, but she's supportive.

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