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Archive of: Book Reviews

A Review of "Popcorn Love" by KL Hughes

A wonderful novel for hopeless romantics about finding love in the most unexpected of ways.

Skin Deep

Mark Segal's memoir, And Then I Danced, has been recently released, and is receiving wonderful critical acclaim. To see what got him here today, let’s look at where he’s come from.

A review of Without A Front: The Producer’s Challenge by Fletcher DeLancey

Enter the amazing world of Alsea, where the world’s leader meets the challenge of a stubborn farmer

What We Left Behind by Robin Talley

Gretchen is the good-bi girl. Bi as in binary. Her girlfriend Toni wants to bypass the gender binary altogether, and Gretchen wants to be totally supportive. Just because she’s a lesbian doesn’t mean she can’t be bi-curious.

The Red Files by Lee Winter

Romance with a smart edge.

Thrall: Beyond Gold and Glory by Barbara Ann Wright

Lady Vikings, monsters and magic. What’s not to like?

Tangled Roots by Marianne K. Martin

In the postbellum South, Anna and Nessie are colorblind in a world where the emancipation of blacks still has whites seeing red. Will their love soar like the wind or be gone with the wind?

On Fear: Fourteen Ways of Looking at a Black Cat

A lesbian author discovers she has a rare form of cancer and, during treatment, considers getting a pet.

Long Snows Moon by Stacey Darlington

A romance with real characters who have weaknesses that you can relate to. Plus mystery, surprises, magic, and wonderful messages.

Making a Comeback by Julie Blair

A romance delicately balancing despair and loss with beautiful music and hope.