What have you just read & enjoyed, and what you're looking forward to reading next

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What have you just read & enjoyed, and what you're looking forward to reading next

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mar 7, 2011, 6:50pm

I stayed up *way* too late on a work night to devour Pepper Espinoza's Pisces: From Behind That Locked Door, and I have the new Jordan Castillo Price Psycops book, GhosTV, cued up for tomorrow.

How about you?

apr 19, 2011, 4:59am

I'm really enjoying Ginn Hale's new series. It's pretty cool. :)

apr 19, 2011, 10:20pm

Although it was not mm i just finished reading When a Pack Dies
By: Gwen Campbell

Redigerat: apr 20, 2013, 8:30am

I finished Three Traders by Rolf and Ranger. Enjoyed the last chapters in particular. I'm looking forward to reading Juicy Fruit by Blue GhostGhost.

apr 6, 2013, 10:59am

I wonder why this can't make touchstones for Three Traders and Rolf? It's a non-ISBN book, but so is Juicy Fruit.

apr 6, 2013, 11:02pm

When you set up the Touchstone it gives you the first matching result (or close result). If you click (others) you get additional matches. Just click the green plus button next to the correct title/author.

Three Traders by Rolf

apr 7, 2013, 2:57am

Thanks, Abby. Maybe I can do it right next time.

apr 10, 2013, 3:09am

So, I finished Juicy Fruit by Blue GhostGhost. Wasn't 100% satisfied, you can read my review, if you want to. I would recommend Art Criticism by this writer, if you haven't read it yet.

Next I'm going to read Beaten by Sean Michael :D

apr 11, 2013, 3:24pm

>8 Sarah_loves_books: I really liked Art Criticism, but I have put off reading Juicy Fruit so far. I am going to keep putting it off, I think.

Redigerat: apr 20, 2013, 8:26am

So, I'm still waiting to get a copy of Beaten.

But meanwhile I read the third book in the Falls Chance Ranch -series, Mustang Hill. And it was really good! I feel it's the best book I've ever read. I wrote a review.

jul 16, 2013, 4:03pm

I just got a new ereader (kobo glo) and have been devouring ebooks, almost exclusively m/m. Katey Hawthorne's Superpowered Love books, Lyn Gala's Desert World books, and I've just started Belinda McBride's When I Fall (An Uncommon Whore). Also took advantage of Dreamspinner's 30% sale for five books, all from authors I haven't tried before.

okt 6, 2013, 11:29am

Not M/M, but right now I'm reading filth by irvine welsh.

The last M/M I read, though it wasn't a romance, was Teenage Idol by J. Merridew. It was a really, really thought provoking book.

Just before that, I read Freedom by Jay Kirktpatrick from Dreamspinner, which was much more of a proper M/M romance. It was really good.

okt 6, 2013, 11:59am

I'm all for reading, goddess knows I've done plenty of it- but I hate e-books. Actually I hate the fact that some things are now only available as an e=book. Old fashioned- I know. But it's not a book. A book has weight, texture, smell. When you've read it it's on your shelf to be pulled down again, to remind you with a glance the treasure you found inside. It is not a fleeting image on a computer screen. OK Rant over.

nov 3, 2013, 12:47am

I'm currently reading Trusting Thomas by K. C. Wells and really enjoying it. I haven't read the first in the series, An Unlocked Heart, but will probably get it and read it when I have more time.

mar 15, 2020, 12:29am

I agree 100% !!!!

When I have no choice I *might* read an e-book, but I much prefer a real book.