Nem tudom, ti hogy vagytok vele, de engem augusztus végén – szeptember elején általában elkap valami furcsa, megtévedt karácsonyi hangulat. Halkan azért megjegyezném, hogy nagyon szeretem a karácsonyt, szóval nem szoktam bánni. És szerencsére ez a fajta állapot viszonylag könnyen gyógyítható. Általában egy félig végighallgatott karácsonyi playlisttel és egy jól megválasztott karácsonyi regénnyel. A mostani […]Read More Eltévedt karácsonyi hangulat: A Frost of Cares
I think when we choose our next read, we let our decision to be made guided by some sort of preferences. It could be the genre, the writing style, the gender or other characteristics of the main characters, the historical period where the novel takes place etc. Furthermore in my opinion the point of view […]Read More Through someone’s eyes: novels written in 1st person POV
Well, where to start? I think every reader have has a spectrum of books they like to read within. It’s also true for me. I mainly read romances with same-sex couples as main characters. My spectrum extends from WWI and WWII (or modern military romances) through time travel to sci-fis taking place in space or […]Read More One step out of my comfort zone: novels taking place in Africa
Jane Seville’s Zero at the Bone was my second M/M read right after I have finished the Cut and Run series (completed with the Sidewinder side-story) by Madeleine Urban and Abigail Roux. And I loved it from the first word to the very last. After reading this book I’ve accidentally found the audiobook version narrated […]Read More Full spectrum of an adventure: Zero at the Bone by Jane Seville
If you are hunting for some larger scale, thought-provoking read, search no more, the Executive Office trilogy is exactly what you need. But before you start to read, I have to mention that you will need an above average understanding of American political and election system along with the American political approach of the Near-East […]Read More Some thought-provoking stuff from Tal Bauer: Executive Office
To start this whole review, I have to tell you that I had my issues with these two books, mainly regarding Dan as I mentioned before. I you don’t know what I’m talking about, take a look at the previous review here.Read More Special Forces – Mercenaries I-II.
So Marshals… And easy-going story with thrilling plots and twist from Mary Calmes. The books of the series are listed below: All Kinds of Tied Down Fit to be Tied Tied Up in Knots Together Tied (it’s a ficlet taking place between book 3 and 4) Twisted and TiedRead More Marshal Series by Mary Calmes