The Boss’s Daughter by J. T. Marie: 8/10 Stars

  Once the daughter of a prominent dentist in Philadelphia, Natalie Allen wasn't happy with the life she was expected to lead, so she left society behind and headed west. Now, in the little town of Junction, she's known as Nat, a cowboy working on Boss Daddy's cattle ranch. She keeps to herself, renting a … Continue reading The Boss’s Daughter by J. T. Marie: 8/10 Stars

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A Quiet Night In by Jaylee James: 8/10 Stars

  Jo just wants to be left alone to shelve books at their library work-study job. Is that so much to ask? Apparently. First they've got to trudge down into The Vault (queue scary music), then they accidentally unleash some kind of monster from a thousand years ago or whatever. Great. Fantastic. What else can … Continue reading A Quiet Night In by Jaylee James: 8/10 Stars

On A Summer Night by Gabriel D. Vidrine: 8/10 Stars

  Fourteen-year-old Casey is determined to have fun this summer going to camp with his best friend, Ella. His overprotective mother frets that attending this one instead of trans camp like he’s always done will cause problems, but Casey has his heart set on going stealth anyway. His mom just might be right. All Ella … Continue reading On A Summer Night by Gabriel D. Vidrine: 8/10 Stars

Lost Boy Found Boy by Jenn Polish: 8/10 Stars

  In a futuristic world, Neverland is a holomatrix, Hook is a cyborg, and Tinker Bell is an automated computer interface. Peter is desperate to save his lover from a military draft that, unbeknownst to him, Mir volunteered for because they are desperate to be able to fly. So, naturally, Peter programs an entire island—Neverland—as … Continue reading Lost Boy Found Boy by Jenn Polish: 8/10 Stars

Mick and Michelle by Nina Rossing: 8/10 Stars

  Fifteen-year-old Mick Mullins has a great life: his parents are sweet, his sister is tolerable, and his friendships are solid. But as summer descends on Queens, he prepares to turn his carefree existence upside down by disclosing a secret he has kept long enough. It’s time to work up the courage to reveal that … Continue reading Mick and Michelle by Nina Rossing: 8/10 Stars

Love Rampage by Alex Powell: 8/10 Stars

  Maira has always wanted a unicorn, but isn't quite prepared when one shows up on her doorstep and kidnaps her-and proclaims that Maira must confess her feelings to the girl she loves. Maira is definitely reluctant to follow through with that, but everything changes when Carol is kidnapped by a demon…     Add … Continue reading Love Rampage by Alex Powell: 8/10 Stars

The Doctor’s Discretion by E. E. Ottoman: 8/10 Stars

  New York City, 1831. Passion, medicine and a plan to break the law ... When Doctor William Blackwood, a proper gentleman who prefers books to actual patients, meets retired Navy surgeon Doctor Augustus Hill, they find in each other not just companionship but the chance of pleasure--and perhaps even more. The desire between them … Continue reading The Doctor’s Discretion by E. E. Ottoman: 8/10 Stars

Something to Remember by Elliott Junkyard: 8/10 Stars

  When Emma applied to study healing magic with one of the most prestigious mages in the country, she never thought she'd actually be accepted into the program. Her bags are packed but she is not ready to go. Accepting the position means she'll be apart from her partner, Sky for three long months. But … Continue reading Something to Remember by Elliott Junkyard: 8/10 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

Born This Way by Francis Gideon: 8/10 Stars

  Jacob Matthews has gotten really sick of confessing his autobiography every time he meets someone new. Ever since coming out as a gay transgender man, Jacob feels as if no one really cares about who he is right now. Instead, they would much rather have access to his past and create another Lifetime movie … Continue reading Born This Way by Francis Gideon: 8/10 Stars