I read this book for a book challenge prompt, to read something by or about a nonbinary person. In this case, this pick is both by and about a nonbinary person, the first I’ve read, and to me this is why I love these challenges so much. They encourage you to read, not necessarily out... Continue Reading →
This came up as a recommendation to me on Goodreads based on the other MM books I'd read. Upon some further digging saw that it was a "gay for you" trope, basically meaning one or both of characters don't realise or are discovering that they are gay. Usually because they start developing feelings for a... Continue Reading →
Damaged Like Us is the first in the bodyguards and billionaires series which is the... I guess I'd call it a sequel series (not spin off) to the Addicted/Calloway Sisters series. Basically it's going to follow all the kids of the characters from the original (Addicted) and spin off (Calloway Sisters) series. YAY. Also, the... Continue Reading →
Red, White and Royal Blue crashed into the book world, pretty much popping up everywhere and credit to Casey McQuiston for her stellar debut. As you may very well of heard Red, White and Royal Blue follows the unlikely romance between the First Son of America, Alex Claremont-Diaz and young Prince Henry of England. “History,... Continue Reading →
This book was a blast. It’s been so long since this duo did their last MM book and I can tell you it is well worth the wait! Top Secret begins with Keaton (Lobster Shorts) deciding to gift his girlfriend a threesome for her birthday. He cares so much for her he wants to make... Continue Reading →
Leah on the Offbeat follows the story of Leah Bourke, Simon's best friend from the first book in the series, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. We know Leah as Simon's long time quirky but moody friend with a lot going on, though we never exactly find out what!
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda follows the story of teenager Simon, who is coming to terms with his sexuality and how that fits in with his family, his friends and his school. Along the way Simon faces challenges of love, betrayal, heartache and loss of confidence as he fights his way through the ups and downs of growing up.