Girls, boys, and bananas. If I may have your attention, please. Recently I started reading Painter of the Night (야화첩) by Byeonduck and your girl is in love.
I don’t know why, maybe because life in quarantine has been bleh lately, or because I suddenly remember the Call Me By Your Name story but all of a sudden, all I want to do is read some steamy LGBT books.
Aristotle is an angry teen with a brother in prison. Dante is a know-it-all who has an unusual way of looking at the world. When the two meet at the swimming pool, they seem to have nothing in common. But as the loners start …
I have been reading since a very young age, however, I never really stray from the M/f (Male/female) Young Adult or New Adult genre. It is all I ever known for a years, and I enjoyed reading it. As the years passed however, I …
Did you think I have forgotten all about the popular LGBT books published in 2019 due to all the hype of celebrating the New Years?
You know that feeling when you’ve just finished reading a book so good that you dream about the characters every single night? Yeah, that’s me with Broken by Jex Lane.
I’m pretty sure you’re probably quite done with my constant fangirling for Sire (Beautiful Monsters #2) by now, but the girl is still obsessed. And I mean come on, this series literally pulled me out of 8 months of reading funk, I think it deserves …
Sire by Jex Lane tells the story of Matthew, who’s still mending a broken heart while spending his year avoiding incubi and their army of hunters.
Captive by Jex Lane is about a man named Matthew Callahan has spent seven years struggling against the insatiable hunger for blood consuming him. Unable to stop the vampire inside from preying on humans, he keeps himself confined to a lonely existence.