Taylor and Benjamin’s Love Alphabet by Becky Jerams

A collection of sweet, romantic flash fiction all about Taylor Raven and Benjamin Apple from the novel “Could You Love An Apple?” These 26 mini stories follow all the previously unwritten adorable moments in their relationship from A to Z. Recommended for fans of heartwarming, fluffy boy x boy romance! Becky Jerams has previously written…

Beautiful Potential by J. Saman

I met Dr. Finn Banner on the worst day of my life. It was supposed to be one of the best. The day you graduate and become a midwife shouldn’t end in heart wrenching tragedy. One year later, I ran into him again. Only this time, he saved my life. Turns out my gorgeous savior…

Honto Yajuu by Kotetsuko Yamamoto

I saw a post from one of my friends, Celesty, the same one who told me about Ao Haru Ride, that showed one guy calling another one “So cute!” And, of course I had to read it. Honto Yajuu is a yaoi manga, revolving around a police officer, Ueda Tomoharu and the son of two…

Otoyomegatari by Karou Mori

Set along the Silk Road that connected Asia with the Mediterranean world, including North Africa and Europe in the 16th century. The story of Amira, a woman skilled in archery and horsemanship, sent to marry Karluk, a boy from another village who is 8 years younger than her. But all is not well, as her…

Could you Love an Apple? by Becky Jerams

Book 2 in Love Stories by Becky Jerams, releasing today! Taylor Raven is starting over. After a few difficult college years, he has decided to finally move away from Havensdale (and away from his father) to take a tennis coaching course in the tiny village of Westerfield. The peaceful country life is exactly what Taylor needs to…

Start Over by J. Saman

I received this book as an e-ARC by the author in exchange for an honest review. This is book two of the Start Again series, the review of which, is here. I like to play by the rules. But when I get coaxed into crashing a party, I run into the last man I ever…

All You Need is a Good Romance

After finishing two books of a heavy fantasy/thriller trilogy, moving on seemed hard because you don’t have the third book yet. Moving on is hard because it ended in a. . . not quite a cliff-hanger, but also a kind of cliff-hanger. It will keep you up all night waiting for the next book, which…