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    The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue – Review

    Genre: Historical Fiction, YA, Romance Pairings: M/M Queer Rep: Bi and Gay (I think) Warnings: Memories of abuse and trauma, homophobia, racism, sexism (all from outside characters and not condoned by the MCs. Still sucks), some violence Synopsis Henry “Monty” Montague was born and bred to be a gentleman, but he was never one to be tamed. The finest boarding schools in England and the constant disapproval of his father haven’t been able to curb any of his roguish passions—not for gambling halls, late nights spent with a bottle of spirits, or waking up in the arms of women or men. But as Monty embarks on his Grand Tour of…

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    Unbroken – Review

    Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance Pairings: M/M Queer Rep: Gay, Pansexual Warnings: Depictions of blood play, references to self-harm and date rape within an abusive relationship [Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.] Synopsis Despite the rumors about Port Lewis, Michael Gates doesn’t expect the house he rents with his sister on Foxglove Lane to be haunted. An eerie meeting with Victor Lewellyn, the resident witch-turned-demon who is bound to the property by dark magic, changes his mind. Michael isn’t looking to start a relationship with anyone, let alone someone like Victor, but the intense attraction between them can’t be ignored. As he dives…

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    The Queen of Ieflaria – Review

    Genre: Fantasy Pairings: F/F Queer Rep: Pansexual, Non-Binary side characters Warnings: Minor fatphobia against an MC who absolutely does not give a shit what you think. Synopsis Princess Esofi of Rhodia and Crown Prince Albion of Ieflaria have been betrothed since they were children but have never met. At age seventeen, Esofi’s journey to Ieflaria is not for the wedding she always expected but instead to offer condolences on the death of her would-be husband. But Ieflaria is desperately in need of help from Rhodia for their dragon problem, so Esofi is offered a new betrothal to Prince Albion’s younger sister, the new Crown Princess Adale. But Adale has no…

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    Nectar and Ambrosia – Review

    Genre: Urban Fantasy Pairings: M/F Queer Rep: Bi/Pansexuality, Demisexuality, Gay, Trans Warnings: Accounts of epileptic attacks and seizures Synopsis Chased by a creature that shouldn’t exist, Callie flees her home and hopes it buys her parents’ safety. But her future is uncertain, and she is wracked by mind-bending visions she can’t control. Her out of control mind somehow leads her to Nectar and Ambrosia, a bar seen by few and inhabited by the immortal—or, as we know them, the mythological. Thanks to a kind doorkeeper and a vision of an oncoming apocalypse, Callie is thrown headfirst into a multi-dimensional conflict that could eviscerate the human race. General Unique, fun, and…