Review/Blog Tour – Finally Home – Josiah by K-Lee Klein

K-Lee Klein has a new MM contemporary western romance out: “Finally Home – Josiah.” And there’s a giveaway! My review is at the bottom of this post. BLURB Josiah Nelson left the family home where his father’s bullying and his own fears made life a penance, swearing never to return. Now he has a funeralContinue reading “Review/Blog Tour – Finally Home – Josiah by K-Lee Klein”

Review – Broken Things by A.L. Garcia

“I tell him to leave the teddy in his locker, and I’ll get him some other time. I never get him.” The above quote is one of the most striking in A. L. Garcia’s book about the abuse Alma endures whilst she grows up. In that scene, a boy she likes has just given herContinue reading “Review – Broken Things by A.L. Garcia”

Review – Reaching Out by Ellen Whyte and Alvin Ng Lai Oon

I was asked to review this book as I’ve had some experience with the issues talked about within, and I was interested to know whether a book written the other side of the world would have any relevance to how mental health is dealt with in the UK. The short answer is yes. It isContinue reading “Review – Reaching Out by Ellen Whyte and Alvin Ng Lai Oon”

Review – Enchanted Frangipanis by Nisha Harbola

It is the ultimate nightmare, when someone you really love and care about not only disappears, but seems to have done it willingly, without any care as to the devastation they leave behind. This is the story of Aditya and Meher, and what happens after Aditya leaves the bed he shares with his loving wifeContinue reading “Review – Enchanted Frangipanis by Nisha Harbola”

Review – Addict by Porsha Deun

Ooh la la! This was a very spicy surprise. From the very first page, you know what Destiny likes. She makes no bones about it. (I can’t say it because this review is going on Amazon and – y’know – censorship… That is how scorching, sizzling hot this is. Destiny is a curvy black womanContinue reading “Review – Addict by Porsha Deun”

Review – The Dakota del Toro series by Julia DeBarrioz

This is how a great cover works. It pulls you in, and before you know it, you’ve downloaded the next book, and the next just to get these great covers on your Kindle. These books are the first in the Dakota del Toro series, featuring Julia DeBarrioz’ spunky female bounty hunter with a lightning drawContinue reading “Review – The Dakota del Toro series by Julia DeBarrioz”

Blog Tour/Review – The Wicked Stepbrother and Other Stories by Warren Rochelle

Genre: MM Fairy Tales/Fantasy It’s my pleasure to feature Warren Rochelle’s collection of adult fairytales on Hollow Hills Blog. There is also an excerpt and a giveaway, as well as my review at the end of this post, so lots of treats for you to check out! Warren Rochelle has a new collection of gayContinue reading “Blog Tour/Review – The Wicked Stepbrother and Other Stories by Warren Rochelle”

Review – The Prime Series by Catrin Russell

I read this series in quick succession and having reviewed each book on Goodreads, thought I would do a general review. This isn’t the complete series as I believe there is one more book to come. A more detailed review of The Power Of Conviction can be found here. NB: The Prime Series contains subjectsContinue reading “Review – The Prime Series by Catrin Russell”

Review – Make Do and Mend by Samuel Miles McGee

I bought this book on KU because it had an intriguing premise; a beloved senior member of the family trying to make things right for her grandson from beyond the grave. It was inventive in a way I’ve not seen for a long time. The book was hard to get into at first. The dangerContinue reading “Review – Make Do and Mend by Samuel Miles McGee”

Review – The Player by Joe Cosentino

This book of two stories was a very jolly affair, despite the murder which occurs in each one of them. The two central characters, Andre (who is alive) and Freddy (who isn’t) are a sweet, almost believable couple who try to solve the crimes, each of which has occurred in Freddy’s former houses. One isContinue reading “Review – The Player by Joe Cosentino”