December Round Up

Monthly Mini Review

Blue cover with a photo of a gaming headset on it.Team Phison by Chace Verity – B- One of my friends recommended this novella to me on Twitter and as it was only 99c I bought it (I’m cheap). While I didn’t connect with it quite as well as she did, I liked this story about a 55 year old guy who meets a 27 year old young man online when they both play a (fictional) MMORPG (that’s Massively Multiplayer Role Playing Game for the non-geeks in the room) which also has some FPS (first person shooter) aspects to it. Phil Hutton is a grumpy gay restaurant owner in Provincetown who broke up with his long term partner a little while before the book began. He’s lonely and looking for love but not having much success. Tyson Falls is a young bisexual man working as a server in a pizza and burger place in Georgia. Over time, they become friends and then more, eventually having to deal with the distance between them to get their HEA.

The story is told entirely from Phil’s POV so I found Tyson to be somewhat opaque at times. While the age difference didn’t bother me, sometimes I was a little concerned about the relative power differential between them – Tyson doesn’t have much money, Phil is quite well off, relatively speaking.

The story is fairly short so there isn’t a huge amount of character development. But I did enjoy this fluffy love story with diverse secondary characters.



Coming Soon

four books, orange, red, purple and green, each with large white question marks on the covers


on Audio

Dark-haired guy in a winter coat and scarf with a guitar on his back walking in the snow Head and shoulders of a dark haired man wearing Edwardian clothes

Reviews of these books will be up soon at AudioGals.


Here’s what you may have missed:

Written on His Skin by Simone Stark

at AudioGals

The Corner of Forever and Always by Lia Riley, narrated by Greyson Ash & Douglas Berger
Stud Finder by Lauren Blakely, narrated by Jesse Metcalfe & Grace Grant
Tycoon by Katy Evans, narrated by Elizabeth Louise & Sebastian York
Just the Thing by Marie Harte, narrated by CJ Bloom

at Dear Author

Most Eligible Bastard by Annika Martin
by Santino Hassell
No Place Like You by Emma Douglas

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