Review: Magnificent Manlove

If you enjoy testosterone-filled tales of men getting it on, then check out this collection from the pen of award-winning author Lucy Felthouse.

From stranded soldiers to submissive virgins, sexy firemen and second chances to shifters, and even some unexpected ménage, this book has variety galore. There’s something for everyone and will have you eager to listen for just one more moment.

Enjoy six steamy stories, more than 46,000 words of magnificent man love.

Please note: The stories in this anthology have been previously published.

Review: Mr. Hollywood’s Secret

Eric North is Hollywood’s favorite leading man.

But he has a secret. His long-time live-in lover and boyfriend, Nico.

In effort to protect his ladies’ man image, his agent concocts a plan to set him up with a fake fiancée.

But Nico isn’t going down without a fight.

Because Eric’s new fiancée? She’s Nico’s best friend, B-list actress Chrys Hudson.

And when the three of them are together….

The chemistry is anything but fake.

Note from the author: This is an over-the-top, quick-and-filthy unconventional romance. Enclosed are power plays, older man plus younger man/woman, and enough steamy scenes to keep you up all night….

Review: The Wonderful World of Scary Ass Shit

Your parents are lying bags of dicks, everything you ever had a nightmare about is real, and probably was hiding under your bed.

Parallel dimensions exist, let’s get that out of the way right now. What matters more is that something is causing them to merge. A process, to put it bluntly, that can only be described as slamming one’s tit in the proverbial plane of existence’s door… or simply put, maximum unpleasantness in all the wrong places.
Monsters, creatures, anything really that can trigger that burning fear sensation that makes you wish you were already dead, they are real. Like real-real, like really-really real. Trust me, but also no one… see what I did there? The Aurora Wasteland seems to be the epicenter of it all. A focal point for the strange and weird. It’s an area that lives beyond man-made borders. A place made up of people you wouldn’t want to meet. People you wouldn’t want to be, because escaping from the nightmare that is the Aurora Wasteland, well, that’s just not possible.

Logan, Gabe, Monahan, and Jeff are and have been best friends since childhood, only they’ve never met, except they have and know everything and nothing about each other. Perfect stranger and the tightest of friends. Makes sense? Because it shouldn’t, it doesn’t to them.

Not that any of that matters, because as their dimension merges with another, they seem to be the only ones that remember anything about it… the old dimension that is. Even then, only their memories remain, while their lives have been swapped out like a saggy bag of gold. Merged with the them from the new dimension. It’s ok to be confused, none of it makes sense to them either, even if it should.

Then there is Patty, the fifth friend they didn’t even know they had, except they did. Patty knew it was coming and tried to stop it, The Merge that is. Only he failed and died graphically for it. Dragging the knowledge he had about everything to his grave. Now the four friends have to figure out how to try to pry themselves out of this dimension and to get home if it’s even possible. All while navigating their new lives, relationships, and the strange and weird known as The Aurora Wasteland, that just keeps pulling them in deeper.

Lost and with little to go on, a book by the title of TETHERED is found to be left specifically for them. A book written by the so-called discoverer of The Aurora Wasteland. A book whose contents may seemingly be more important to them than they know.

It’s ok to be confused and scared, but I should warn you, if you’re reading this, then it’s already too late. The Aurora Wasteland has you. It knows you. There is no escape. Trust me, because well… it’s better you just figure out what’s going on, for your own sake and sanity. Read, watch, listen, do that you have to do, consume it all. Because you’ll need it.

Review: The Demon Inside

He wanted a normal life. Instead, he might end the world….

Gabriel is running out of time. Desperately clinging to his humanity, the 21-year-old half-demon is determined to deny the dark destiny his father insists he fulfill. And if he can’t exorcise the manipulative, vile thing driving him to atrocities by his next birthday, the mortal world is doomed.

Earth is the last place Aura wants to be. She escaped this nightmare once, and she definitely doesn’t want to go back just to help some monster control his urges. But her mother insists pulling off the impossible task of drawing out his light is the only way to prevent a terrifying apocalypse.

As the clock ticks down towards the day he turns 21, Gabriel finds the malefic calls to commit murder harder to resist. And though Aura is resolved to complete her mission or die trying, she can’t help but feel her mother is hiding a terrible secret.

Can the unlikely duo defeat the forces of Hell before every living thing in two worlds is destroyed?

The Demon Inside is the chilling first book in the Hell’s Creatures urban fantasy series. If you like tortured protagonists, witty dialogue, and fighting the age-old battle of good versus evil, then you’ll love Katerina Degratte’s visceral tale.

Review: The Stop

What would you do to protect what’s yours?

Donnie’s whole world changed the day he met Nate at The Stop, a cruising spot outside a small Texas town. Nate saw him, knew him, cared for him, and then one day, in an incomprehensible act of violence, Nate was taken from him.

Broken but not beaten, Donnie steps into Nate’s role at The Stop with one goal in mind: Find the man who murdered his lover and see justice served no matter the cost.

Content warning: Violence, sexual situations, sex work, rough trade.

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