Flaunt by E. Davies: 1/10 Stars

  “He's waiting for me to ask, and I'm afraid.” “I'm just one more gay guy here.” Moving to the suburbs of L.A. was supposed to give Nic Montero a fresh start. After escaping his family, coming out as a gay trans man, and excelling in computer programming out of desperation to get financially stable … Continue reading Flaunt by E. Davies: 1/10 Stars

Bloodguilty by K. M. Penemue: 7/10 Stars

  When Casimir reaches Brightgate, he isn't sure what to expect from the City of Monsters, though he's a monster himself. He definitely doesn't anticipate being attacked mere moments after arriving—or that he'd be rescued by Mikki, the city's rough-edged guardian angel. He gets another unpleasant surprise in the form of ex-lover Jared, who instead … Continue reading Bloodguilty by K. M. Penemue: 7/10 Stars

Second Skin by Alex Whitehall: 3/10 Stars

  When Jay heads to the university’s learning center for help with his math class, he doesn’t expect his tutor to be tall, dark, and handsome. But Roswell is all that and more, and their instant connection over cult movies, books, and TV shows quickly evolves into dating. That’s when things get tricky. Roswell might … Continue reading Second Skin by Alex Whitehall: 3/10 Stars

Chameleon Moon by RoAnna Sylver: 5/10 Stars

  The city of Parole is burning. Like Venice slips into the sea, Parole crumbles into fire. The entire population inside has been quarantined, cut off from the rest of the world, and left to die - directly over the open flame. Eye in the Sky, a deadly and merciless police force ensures no one … Continue reading Chameleon Moon by RoAnna Sylver: 5/10 Stars

Grounded by Aidan Wayne: 6/10 Stars

  Between raising his daughter Camille, his work as a full-time pastry chef, and his hobby of capoeira, Baz’s life is pretty full. He may be a little lonely, but he’s too busy to think about it all that much. When his cousin Alaina introduces him to Terry, another capoeira student, Baz is instantly drawn … Continue reading Grounded by Aidan Wayne: 6/10 Stars

Long Macchiatos and Monsters by Alison Evans: 10/10 Stars

  WJalen, lover of B-grade sci-fi movies, meets the far-too-handsome P in a cafe while deciding whether or not to skip uni again. When P invites them along to a double feature of Robot Monster and Cat Women of the Moon, Jalen can hardly believe that hot boys like bad sci-fi, too. But as their … Continue reading Long Macchiatos and Monsters by Alison Evans: 10/10 Stars

The Last American Hero by Nicole Field: 2/10 Stars

  In the aftermath of the accident that revealed his identity, famous superhero Captain Hart has gone missing. His best friend Bruce waits anxiously for any sign of him, any clue as to where Leo Hart might have gone—even though he knows full well he's not the only one looking, and that it might be … Continue reading The Last American Hero by Nicole Field: 2/10 Stars

Having Her Back by Ann Gallagher: 2/10 Stars

  Trevor Larson is a Navy brat. He’s used to moving every few years, and thanks to social media, he can stay in touch with the friends he leaves behind. But shortly after he leaves Okinawa, his best friend, Brad Gray, cuts off contact and disappears. Four years and two bases later, Brad resurfaces—and announces … Continue reading Having Her Back by Ann Gallagher: 2/10 Stars

The Santa Hoax by Francis Gideon: 8/10 Stars

  When Julian Gibson realizes he’s transgender, he doesn’t think anything has to change. His parents and friends still call him Julia and think he’s a girl, but so long as Julian can still hang out with his best friend Aiden and read sci-fi novels with his dad, life seems pretty good. Then high school … Continue reading The Santa Hoax by Francis Gideon: 8/10 Stars

Dreadnought by April Daniels: 9/10 Stars

  Until Dreadnought fell out of the sky and died right in front of her, Danny was trying to keep people from finding out she’s transgender. But before he expired, Dreadnought passed his mantle to her, and those secondhand superpowers transformed Danny’s body into what she’s always thought it should be. Now there’s no hiding … Continue reading Dreadnought by April Daniels: 9/10 Stars