Reviews written by Christopher Stone

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September 02, 2016 (Updated: September 02, 2016)
Overall
 
4.0
Arcade is a dazzling walk on the dark, sleazy side of obsession

Arcade is a dazzling walk on the dark, sleazy side of obsession – more specifically, the twin gay obsessions of Sam, the book’s Author/Narrator.  Sam, not his...

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Christopher Stone
June 30, 2016 (Updated: June 30, 2016)
Overall
 
3.0
The Second Half Reviewed by Christopher Stone

Scott D. Pomfret is much too talented to spend his time developing gay clichés into novels, and yet that is exactly what he has done in The Second Half,...

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Christopher Stone
May 30, 2016 (Updated: May 30, 2016)
Overall
 
4.0
A highly engaging and entertaining read

Werewolves, witches, demons, the recently resurrected, a walking dead canine, and mere mortals, collide and converge in this highly entertaining, lighter than air, four-star confection.    Stephen...

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Christopher Stone
April 15, 2016 (Updated: April 15, 2016)
Overall
 
3.0
Delivering an expected, if sweet, end.

Unstable Stud is a well written, if predictable, trifle that trots down the road most traveled, delivering an expected, if sweet, end.   The names, places, and...

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Christopher Stone
March 21, 2016 (Updated: March 21, 2016)
Overall
 
5.0
Drum-tight five-star metaphysical suspense novel wrapped in a story of romantic love

Adding a sly gay sensibility to the flesh crawling eeriness of Twilight Zone creator, Rod Serling, at his haunting best, with For Never and Always, Ana J. Phoenix delivers...

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Christopher Stone
February 11, 2016 (Updated: February 11, 2016)
Overall
 
3.0
Entertaining little pastiche

I loved this author’s I’ll Still Be There, a layered, multi-dimensional tale in which the physically embodied interact with ghosts to chilling, entertaining effect. In that natural/supernatural yarn, the gifted...

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Christopher Stone
January 15, 2016 (Updated: January 15, 2016)
Overall
 
4.0
Review by Christopher Stone

In describing comically her post virginal, madcap, “by-sex-possessed” self, the legendary Mae West, an early champion of LGBT Rights, famously cracked wise: “I used to be Snow White, but...

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Christopher Stone
January 08, 2016 (Updated: January 08, 2016)
Overall
 
4.0
Starts with a big bang, but it ends with a terrifying cliffhanger

And it all started with a big bang! So ends the theme song of American broadcast network television’s biggest comedy hit, CBS-TV’s The Big Bang Theory. And so begins Jake...

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Christopher Stone
November 19, 2015 (Updated: November 19, 2015)
Overall
 
4.0
Sinders and Ash Reviewed by Christopher Stone

I love a good fairy....tale as well as the next guy. I mean, really folks, what's not to love? Pumpkins magically morphing into Golden Carriages, poison apples rendered...

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Christopher Stone
October 14, 2015 (Updated: November 13, 2015)
Overall
 
5.0
Blue Paramour reviewed by Christopher Stone

Most commonly I prefer Auntie Em and antipasto to antebellum, but Blue Paramour, the first book in co-authors Louise Ligon and Hunter Maine’s historical romance trilogy, Blue Ridge Saga,...

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Christopher Stone
September 17, 2015 (Updated: September 17, 2015)
Overall
 
4.0
Tangled Mind reviewed by Christopher Stone

After you’ve purchased this book, please forget the title until it’s time for you to recommend Posy Roberts’ five-star novella to your friends and family. There is nothing tangled, twisted,...

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Christopher Stone
August 12, 2015
Overall
 
4.0
Ever the Same By BA Tortuga Reviewed by Christopher Stone

BA Tortuga puts her Southwestern roots to excellent use in this fine, if strange, romance between two single fathers – one closeted and leading a sheltered rural Texas...

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Christopher Stone
July 16, 2015
Overall
 
5.0
I'll Still Be There by Keelan Ellis Reviewed by Christopher Stone

I was totally captivated by Keelan Ellis’s romantic, supernatural romance I’ll Still Be There. Her exceptional storytelling skills soar in capturing the sagas of two disparate gay couples, their lives...

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Christopher Stone
June 18, 2015
Overall
 
3.0
Aiden’s Angel Reviewed by Christopher Stone

Aiden’s Angel is a dark and sometimes muddled fantasy that races to the Light only when the title character, Eskander, Aiden’s Angel, blesses the author’s pages. ...

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Christopher Stone
May 28, 2015
Overall
 
4.0
Boystown Season Three By Jake Biondi

In this reviewer’s opinion, the law of diminishing returns applies not only to economics, but also qualitatively to motion picture, television and book sequels. Having found Boystown: Season Two, somewhat...

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Christopher Stone
April 09, 2015
Overall
 
4.5
Whispers of Home by April Kelley

I must admit to a prejudice in favor of April Kelly’s excellent Whispers of Home. Maybe that’s because, like the book’s sadder but wiser protagonist, Jaron...

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Christopher Stone
March 25, 2015
Overall
 
3.5
Boystown Season Two By Jake Biondi

In print, on the Internet, at the movies, and on television, for soap opera characters, life is not a bowl of cherries. More often than not, it is the pits,...

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Christopher Stone
February 25, 2015
Overall
 
4.0
Love You Senseless - A Men of London romance

Desire, disability and haute cuisine coalesce seamlessly and sensually in Susan Mac Nichol’s saucy Love You Senseless. Perhaps that’s why I have no reservations about four-starring this raunchy, romantic and...

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Christopher Stone
February 02, 2015
Overall
 
4.0
Boystown: Season One By Jake Biondi

Jake Biondi’s Boystown, Season One, is a sexy, superficial, four-star guilty pleasure, short on substance and shadings, but a mirror image of the primetime television soap operas upon which the...

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