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This is a blog of the books that I have read and loved. Feel free to visit comment and add your own take on the books. Book range from M/M, M/F, Interracial and so on. Be nice to all comments.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

A Few Books To Chew On

The other day I was looking at my booklist of the books that I have read in the last year, and to my astonishment I have read a lot and there are some that I find myself re-reading and yet I still had more books to the list. I find that I have my favorite authors in both m/m and m/f that keeps me guessing no matter the book or how many times I have read it. So here are a couple books to look into if you have not already:

Black Point (series) A. J. Llewellyn and D. J. Manly-These authors are outstanding when they write
sepearatly but when you put them together it's like fire burning up my Sony ereader and I can't touch it. The way that these two author write romance you are so drawn to the story it seems as if time passes by you are left filled yet wanting more. You fall in love with their characters and somehow you feel like you are apart of their world. Books can be found on www.allromanceebooks.com, or www.extasybooks.com. Check out the other books by these author also, you wont be sorry.

Matt greatly admires Rose, the top male/male erotic writer in America. Just as Matt and rose start to develop genuine feelings for each other via frequent emails and online chats, Rose sells her latest book to a big Hollywood movie studio. Matt is as ecstatic as she is, but also increasingly shocked and bewildered by his developing feelings for this woman he has never met, because he is gay. Rose too, has sexual fantasies about the hot new writer who writes for the same publishing company. Only problem is, Matt is gay, but then again, so is Rose whose real name is Thomas! Sternly warned by her publisher not to reveal her true identity to the man she is falling hard and fast for, Rose and Matt both ponder what seems like an improbable romance...or is it true love? Will their dreams be fulfilled or shattered when they finally meet at a romance writers' conference in Honolulu at the exotic, mysterious and utterly romantic BLACK POINT....

The first book that I ever read by author Bobby Michaels was Rock Paper Scissors. This book shows that love comes to us in many different ways. Bobby Michaels knows how to draw on your emotions and give you a story that you will want to read over and over again. Also check out his Jock Dorm series all I can say is hot. www.allromanceebooks.com


Thomas Wells Atherton III, known as Tommy, the unbelievably wealthy scion of an old "Back Bay" Boston family has let the family down by being gay. A
fter graduating from Harvard, rather than accepting a job arranged by his father with a prestigious Boston firm, Tommy heads for San Francisco where he can live openly as a gay man. He has only one small piece of baggage - Thomas Wells Atherton IV, better known as Tiger -- his son. Even once he gets to San Francisco, Tommy has no intention of meeting anyone important. He's never been in love and isn't about to fall. Famous last words. Then into his office walks Brian Baldwin, muscular Irish construction worker. Tommy takes one look and he's a goner. But Brian has come for a divorce, and Tommy's hopes are nearly dashed. When Brian admits he wants a divorce because he's gay, Tommy finds himself doing things and thinking things he's never thought about before, including bringing Brian home to meet Tiger. And once they "sleep over" as Tiger would say, Brian never leaves.

Brenda Jackson is a romantic at heart, she comers the market on m/f romances and leaves you completely breathless with her stories. She follows through with all of her characters and you are left feeling as if you are a part of the family. From the Westmorelands to the Madaris you’re caught up in the lives of these families. Her description of the men are HOT and the women are strong and independent and in the end of all the dramawe see that love conquers all. www.allromanceebooks.com

Check these books out if you have not already.....Happy Reading

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