What are some of your favorite books for this group?

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What are some of your favorite books for this group?

1ddeej56
jul 21, 2010, 6:08pm

I just finished a sci-fi series by Mechele Armstrong about Settler's Mine. There is m/m and m/m/f action. The stories are nice too - ;-)

Another of my favorites is the entire Wolf Tales series. The Sexy Beast series has short wolf tales stories in between the full size books. They aren't exactly werewolves, they are Chanku.

Jet Mykles has a couple were tales books.

There are a few for you to break the ice!!

2mahootchee
jul 21, 2010, 6:28pm

I like Hank Edwards fluffers inc and carnal cruise im waiting for his third book in that series to come out. I like the were and vampire stories to.

3ChloeStowe
jul 21, 2010, 7:42pm

Oooh! Our very first topic! I'm feeling all tingly! (appropriate for this group I do believe *winks*) Thank you, ddeej56! You, my dear, get a gold star and a glass of your favorite alcoholic beverage. Honestly, thank you. *hugs*

And Missy, two silver stars for you, my friend. One for being the first to respond to our first topic's first post. And the other for Favorite-ing me as an author here on this site. *smooches for you*

Now that we've got the ball rolling, I think I'm going to separate out each of your mentioned faves into a topic of their own. Hopefully, that will lure even more people into our devilish lair of vice and valentines. *evil laugh*

Ok, enough chatter from me. Let me get to work. You guys just keep on filling in the blanks I throw at you and we'll all (me, mostly) make it thru this experience with our self-respect still intact. lol

Great job, guys! Thanks!

4riani1
jul 21, 2010, 8:11pm

I find that I prefer m/m pairings in more, well, audiovisual entertainment, but in a book I prefer the explictness toned down. I also have the problem that my local Utah public library is not very likely to have m/m romances on the shelf. Are there many books that will appeal to me?

5Fossick
jul 21, 2010, 11:00pm

Some of my favourite M/M romances are Zero at the Bone by Jane Seville, Cut and Run, Sticks and Stones, Warrior’s Cross and Love Ahead by Madeleine Urban and Abigail Roux. I am currently reading Special Forces: Soldiers Part I by Vashtan/Aleksandr Voinov and Marquesate This is available as a free download at http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/special-forces-soldiers-i/6486802. It is not for everyone -- from website: “The following work of fiction contains graphic homosexual interaction, violence and non-consensual sex. Two enemies who meet in the line of duty during the early days of the Soviet Union's last war in Afghanistan. Behind enemy lines respect and finally love grow ... but that's only the official version. The reality of these two men is dark, brutal, fuelled by aggression and insane lust. Steeped in pain and killing, with death as their shoulder companion, these Special Forces soldiers meet in 1980. Their intense hatred caused by rape, revenge and torture turning into lust and years of secret encounters in the rat-infested labyrinth of Kabul and the Afghan mountains. Time, despair and desolation smoothing down the sharpness of hatred, its venom drained with each physical encounter, the lust helping to form an understanding that only two men of the same kind can share. Enemy Mine and Brothers in Arms - on two different sides. This novel spans across over twenty-five years of their lives. It's harsh and violent, but life is cruel and they just do what they need to survive." I am addicted to the story of these two soldiers.

6mahootchee
jul 21, 2010, 11:03pm

I have read Zero to the bone and Cut and run those are two very good reads

7zierli
jul 22, 2010, 4:07am

These are my favorites so far: http://www.librarything.de/catalog/zierli/favoritesmm
zero at the bone is of course in the list. ;-)

8ChloeStowe
jul 22, 2010, 11:45am

Boy, you guys have been busy overnight! Ok, it may be later in the day before I can get our newest batch of fave authors their own topics... I do have a little writing to do, lol.

Great job! Thank you!

Please be sure to invite your friends to our li'l group on the couch of man-love love!

9HarrieFarrow
maj 6, 2014, 11:56pm

"Love, Sex, and Understanding the Universe," is my ebook (soon to be published in print) about a bisexual man. It's literary fiction and has some hot and romantic m/m scenes. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GMYCWT0#!
I'd love to get your feedback on it.

10reconditereader
jan 4, 2018, 8:15pm

I'm reviving this zombie thread to gush about how great is almost anything by KJ Charles:
http://kjcharleswriter.com/books/
If you don't know where to start, try The Magpie Lord or The Secret Casebook of Simon Feximal. She writes mostly fantasy in historical settings. (But with magic.)

11DenzialTittle
maj 22, 2020, 5:17pm

I read Rahm several years ago. It's a short story collection, and I liked it a lot. Alas, I can't recall the author! Anyone know? He also wrote Bayou Boy, if that jogs any memories.

12aspirit
jan 19, 6:16pm

>11 DenzialTittle: Rahm and Bayou Boy appear to be by different authors: Tom Bacchus and Lars Eighner, respectively.

>10 reconditereader: Yes to anything by KJ Charles.

>1 ddeej56: I like how Love is an Open Road offers a wide range of M/M Romance. I think those books are from a 2015 Goodreads project.