Review: Speak its Name by Kathleen Jowitt

Lydia Hawkins is an Evangelical Christian and a lesbian. Everyone knows the former, but no one can ever find out the latter. But when she meets the inhabitants of 27 Alma Road, she starts to realise that maybe it doesn't have to be this way. And as she accepts that there are more ways to … Continue reading Review: Speak its Name by Kathleen Jowitt

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Review: City of Betrayal (City of Spires, #2) by Claudie Arseneault

After Lord Arathiel Brasten rescued the assassin Hasryan from his execution, the entire city of Isandor is in turmoil. And even though it might mean his family's certain doom, Lord Diel Dathirii releases Arathiel temporarily so he can help Diel's niece Branwen in a desperate attempt to free the priest Varden from being tortured at … Continue reading Review: City of Betrayal (City of Spires, #2) by Claudie Arseneault

Review: Openly Straight (Openly Straight, #1) by Bill Konigsberg

When Rafe transfers to an all-boys' boarding school in New England, he makes a fresh start. No more being "the gay guy", here he will just be Rafe, one of many boys. He enjoys his new straight friend group, and he finds Ben, who becomes a friend. At least until Rafe realises that he doesn't … Continue reading Review: Openly Straight (Openly Straight, #1) by Bill Konigsberg

ARC Review: Paper Love by Jae

Susanne Wolff usually advises businesses from all over the world on how they can turn their business around. But when she quits her job her mother convinces her to help out her uncle to save his stationary shop in Freiburg, things get a little complicated. Susanne doesn’t plan on staying, but when she gets to … Continue reading ARC Review: Paper Love by Jae

Review: An Innocent Fashion by R.J. Hernández

Ethan St. James just graduated from Yale and is fulfilling his dream of working at Régine, the fashion magazine that has inspired his lifestyle since he was a teenager. But interning at Régine isn't what he expects. He is lowest in the pecking order, he learns quickly that the reality of Régine is different from … Continue reading Review: An Innocent Fashion by R.J. Hernández

Review: The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde

Emmy King is the drummer of the rock band The Brightsiders, and her life should be amazing. But after a night of partying lands her in the hospital she is the talk of the tabloids. Luckily her friends and bandmates help her pick up the pieces so she can work on being better. What she … Continue reading Review: The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde

Review: When We Rise: My Life in the Movement by Cleve Jones

Spanning from his childhhod in hte 1950s and 60s to his work with  Harvey Milk, the AIDS  crisis and on to the 2015 SCOTUS decision on same-sex marriage, Cleve Jones recounts his life as a gay man in the US, and as an activist for gay rights. This is seriously one of the most inspiring … Continue reading Review: When We Rise: My Life in the Movement by Cleve Jones