Author: First Book Publish:2015 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:6.9 Characters: The Rise and Fall of a Theater Geek (Justin Goldblatt Book 1) First published: June 22nd 2015Rating: 6.9 stars GoodReads:The Rise and Fall of a Theater Geek Review: I read his articles from time to time on Playbill.com and was curious to read this despite it being a YA novel, being a theatre geek myself…
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Author: First Book Publish:2011 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:6.3 Characters: Pop Life (Pop Life Book 1) First published: June 24th 2011Rating: 6.28 stars GoodReads:Pop Life Review: I loved this book. (You know I LOVE rockers!!!) I enjoyed how the author fully let you experience what was happening for the main character >>>>> The other characters were rich and you just wanted to stay with them. Well done! Highly recommend this book. Hugs, Z.
Author: First Book Publish:2010 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:7.1 Characters: Darwin Fernlace, Brin Coneflower Faerly Enchanting (Club Soulfinder Book 1) First published: April 1st 2010Rating: 7.12 stars GoodReads:Faerly Enchanting Review: Short story that could of been developed.What bugs me is how a guy could be so unsure of himself and become assertive when confronted by a King.???
Author: First Book Publish:2007 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:7 Characters: For Love and Money (For Love And Money Book 1) First published: April 30th 2007Rating: 7 stars GoodReads:For Love and Money Review: Love Ewan and Jason and to see their HEA and it was great to see Adam has a bit of a douchebag since I read the Action series first.
Author: First Book Publish:2008 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:7.4 Characters: A Policy of Lies (Policy Of Lies Book 1) First published: September 8th 2008Rating: 7.36 stars GoodReads:A Policy of Lies Review: I’d seen this book months ago when it was first released by Loose Id and considered buying it. It sounded a bit different from the m/m contemporary romances and mysteries I’d been reading up to that point. I didn’t buy it in the end for two reasons: Firstly, it is a sci-fi, a genre I’ve not really read very much and I wasn’t sure whether I would like it and secondly, I’d not read anything previously by this author and was unable to find a review of the book. With so many books around by authors
Author: First Book Publish:2013 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:8.2 Characters: Sam and Derek: The Whole Story (Sam’s Reluctant Submission Book 1) First published: November 14th 2013Rating: 8.18 stars GoodReads:Sam and Derek: The Whole Story Review: Wow…I really thought this was gonna be one of those horrible tacky reads that you read then delete….Instead this goes into a Brad Vance folder i’ve just made on my kindle….I loved Sam and i grew to love Derek too…This was a great read….didn’t take me long to finish it but i think it was the right length…It has to be read..A great book and a great new author for me x
Author: First Book Publish:2015 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:8.3 Characters: Idyll Threats: A Thomas Lynch Novel (Thomas Lynch Book 1) First published: September 7th 2015Rating: 8.3 stars GoodReads:Idyll Threats: A Thomas Lynch Novel Review: I really loved this book. I continuously had different guesses on who the murderer was and was not disappointed by the outcome. Highly recommend.
Author: First Book Publish:2016 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:7.7 Characters: Lock and Key (Entwined Dreams Book 1) First published: July 14th 2016Rating: 7.66 stars GoodReads:Lock and Key Review: The same day I received this book for review, I finished it. I would attempt to put it down to do something else, and would only last about thirty seconds before I picked it up again.
Author: First Book Publish:2013 Books in series: 1 Avg. Book Rating:8.2 Characters: The Boy Who Couldn’t Fly Straight (The Broom Closet Stories) (The Broom Closet Stories Book 1) First published: September 14th 2013Rating: 8.24 stars GoodReads:The Boy Who Couldn’t Fly Straight (The Broom Closet Stories) Review: This is a great take on a much used story. The main character, Charlie, is more than fully developed. He becomes a friend of the reader. And you are taken for one wild ride. The story never drags, never loses direction and always remains exciting and entertaining. I’m sorry that the entire novel couldn’t be contained in one book, since now I must wait for books two and three. I’m an impatient person, and now I’m sorry I read book one. I should have waited for the full trilogy. Another thing, the
Author: First Book Publish:2013 Books in series: 2 Avg. Book Rating:7.2 Characters: Asher’s Fault (The Asher Trilogy #1) (The Asher Trilogy Book 1) First published: September 16th 2013Rating: 7.26 stars GoodReads:Asher’s Fault (The Asher Trilogy #1) Review: Predictable. Missed an opportunity by choosing to focus instead on Garret rather than Iggy, who would be a more interesting character, and not just a random nice hot guy cutout. Main character lacked definition, which I think made Garret seem even more bland. Finished the book, but I wasn’t really that engaged by it. Asher’s Out (The Asher Trilogy #3) (The Asher Trilogy Book 2) First published: July 13th 2015Rating: 6.34 stars GoodReads:Asher’s Out (The Asher Trilogy #3) Review: From the title, readers would think that Asher has come to terms with his sexuality but the truth is far from that. For at least two-thirds of the book Asher is conflicted about his identity and running from coming out. Garrett does hang in with Asher through all of his questioning and in the end Asher does turn to Garrett but it takes a long while. This book is a good end to the Asher series but it will be easier for readers to…