Molly Reviews: Unspeakable by Liberty Lace

Blurb:
Liberty Lace invites you into a world of romance both tantalizing and taboo with a collection of love stories so forbidden, so secretive, so unspeakable, it will leave you breathless.

Unspeakable—Liberty Lace’s first anthology—features the acclaimed taboo romances Entwined, A Cousin To Kiss, The Hush-Hush Crush, Stepbrothers In Chains, Letter To Him, Islands In The Stream and Forbidden Secrets.

Dare to fall in love with taboo romance.

Where To Buy:
Wilde City Press || Amazon

Continue reading

Molly Reviews, Guest Post and Giveaway: Send Lawyers, Guns, and Roses by Heloise West (Heart and Haven Book 2)

Blurb:
When Hunter and Alex are given the vacation of a lifetime, it’s a chance for them to pay attention to romance and get out of the path of danger. The tiny Caribbean island of Saba is gorgeous, the first to have marriage equality, and the Sabans are the nicest people on earth.

There’s lots of rum poolside for relaxing and a room with a mirror on the ceiling for passion. Hot karaoke nights, cold beer, and new friends.

But their new friends Orfeo and Max, and Max’s sister Talisha, share a troubling secret. Alex and Hunter want to help. As a hurricane bears down on them, a dead body surfaces, and a purple backpack loaded with stolen jewels leads a pair of dangerous men to the island.

Alex would rather poke his own eyes out with a pointy stick than call on his old enemy Nick Truman for help; he’d also do anything to keep Hunter out of danger. But even his nemesis can’t reach them now.

Once again, they only have each other to depend on as their paradise is about to become hell on earth.

Where To Buy:
Loose-Id Publishing || Amazon || ARe || Barnes and Noble || Kobo

Continue reading

Review: None Can Hold the Dark by Wendy Rathbone (The Foundling Book 2)

Blurb:
In this sequel to Wendy Rathbone’s homoerotic romance The Foundling, Diego and Alec meet new challenges in private and from the outside world. Diego is being investigated by the local police for murder. Meanwhile, Alec’s amnesia and the trauma of his kidnapping by human slavers continue to plague him. And the danger to Alec is not yet over.

Distracted by their new love, both men fail to see certain threats until it is almost too late.

Continue reading

Review: The Foundling by Wendy Rathbone (The Foundling Trilogy Book 1)

Blurb:
The Foundling is a hot, tropical male/male erotic romance that takes place on a nameless island somewhere in the vastness of the Caribbean. Diego is a powerful man with a tragic past. Out on the expansive ocean in his private yacht, he discovers a beautiful and mysterious man adrift on a raft, near death. The bond that forms between them in the aftermath of Alec’s rescue is one of fierce passion, though lacking in trust. Can they make it work, or will Alec’s amnesia bring forth secrets so disturbing as to tear them apart? A passionately erotic love story of desire and darkness, exquisite and explicit.

Continue reading