Friday, 21 August 2015

Fiction Friday

Where has the time gone? I can't believe that I haven't done a Fiction Friday post since the 10th July.
I've read loads of books in the weeks that I missed. I guess a quick mention of those books that I enjoyed will have to do.

The Fall by Kate Sherwood - Come on, it's got a cowboy in it, we all should know by know that they are my weakness.

How the Other Half Lives by Clare London - Highly recommended for a quick, low-angst, amusing read.

The Billabong by Jack Byrne - Historical set in the Australian Outback. Quite a gentle read. I understand the series turns paranormal at some point in the future but there is no indication of that here.

Helping Hand by Jay Northcote - Wanking with a mate isn’t gay—as long as you keep your hands to yourself. Seriously, the tag line says it all. GFY/OFY. I don't care what label you hang this story, you need to read it. Sweet & sexy. It even moved me to a few gentle tears.  Jay Northcote writes characters that you really care about.

The Quiet Within by Olley White - A free read from the mm romance group. A well written, slow burn story of love and reconnection between estranged friends. A quest, magic, guardians, betrayal and a sweet love story. Low/no sex in a YA/NA style story.

Bollocks! - Anthology. 
This anthology contained 3 brilliant stories:  
Sheep's Clothing by Elin Gregory - Great shifter story
It Could Be You by Anyta Sunday - Friends to Lovers
Written in the Stars by Lily Velden

These are just a few of the books that I read in July and my favourites. I'd quite happily reread most, if not all, of these stories.

I'll do a separate post for August and hopefully that will bring me back up to date.

What about you? Do any of these stories tickle your fancy? Have you read any of them? Let me know what you think.

1 comment:

  1. I've not heard of any of these /o\ well maybe Jay's but I think I missed it? IDK.