• 4-star,  Delicious smut,  M/M

    Unwritten Law by Eden Finley

    Unwritten Law is an M/M romance. So if you don’t like serious cock-action, stop reading now. The main character – Lawson, or Law – is the twin brother of an openly gay man, and due to a traumatic incident some years back, the brother (Anders) has some issues with dating. Here’s where Law comes in. He helps his brother out by breaking it off with Anders’ flings. And since they’re twins and practically identical, Law has no trouble impersonating his brother. The story starts off with Law needing to, in person, cancel a blind date meant for Anders. But instead of simply sending the guy on his way, Law finds…

  • Absolute crap,  Crappy smut,  F/M

    The After series by Anna Todd

    Here is another review of a series. The After series consists of 5 books (#1 After, #2 After we collided, #3 After we fell, #4 After ever happy, #5 Before), but I’ve actually only read two and a half because I couldn’t go on. It was simply too painful and I quit in the middle of After we fell. The heroeine of the series is a girl named Tessa. And it really is fitting calling her a girl even though age-wise she is theoretically a young woman going off to college. However, her level of maturity makes the girl-label way more appropriate. So, Tessa – the epitopme of a good…

  • 4-star,  Delicious smut,  F/M

    The Crossfire series by Sylvia Day

    (The Crossfire series: #1 Bared to you, #2 Reflected in you, #3 Entwined with you, #4 Captivated by You, #5 One with you) Let me just start off by saying that this series of 5 books is an absolute gem! On the surface, the story is very much like 50 Shades of Grey, but the similarities ends there because the entire series is suffused by something the 50’s lack, namely feeling and sincere emotion. But I get ahead of myself. First the, the story-line: A young, beuatiful (of course) woman (Eva) moves to New York to start a new job and ends up falling big time for the incredibly successful…

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