I am happy to review any romances of the following categories (note: contemporary only for all categories): BDSM (no non-con, please, unless it’s consensual non-con, no littles), m/m, m/m/m, erotic, paranormal (vampires, shifters, mpreg). All categories must have an HEA or HFN. I choose not to review: f/f, m-to-f trans, m/f, m/f/m, m/m/f, historical, horror, literary, cliffhangers (story arcs with conclusive end per story yet overall series continues are fine), sci-fi, taboo, NA, YA, zombies.
I learned to read upside down and backward at the age of three while sitting across the table from my grandmother as she read the morning paper and sipped at her cup of coffee (which she refused to share – I was forced to drink milk). It wasn’t until I was in second grade that a teacher made me turn my book around and learn to read it the “proper” way. Now I can easily read both ways, much to the amusement of my family. An avid bibliophile, I have purchased and read at least 1000 books and have donated more than 700 to various libraries and VA hospitals across the United States. A few years ago my spouse and child got together to gift me a Kindle so that I would quit buying books and filling up every bookcase to overflowing. But wait – isn’t that what bookcases are for??? At any rate, I now thoroughly enjoy both physical as well as e-reads. A human resources professional by trade, regardless of where I am, I can be found with either a book or my Kindle in my possession. Lunchtime? I’m reading. Red light? I’m reading. Stuck in a traffic snarl on the freeway? I’m reading. Relaxing at home? I’m reading. I’m sensing a theme here! In my forty-something years, I have enjoyed a multitude of genres, from sci-fi to suspense and romance to horror. In the last three years, however, I have developed a serious passion for the m/m genre, and I am now happily collecting the fun and hijinks that have taken place in an entirely new set of authors’ brains. I look forward to seeing what the world will bring in the days and years to co