Anyta, as usual, nails the cute department but she surpassed herself in the humor. Loved this third installment in the Signs of Love

Gemini Keeps Capricorn by Anyta Sunday
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 super feel-good stars.

One of the slowest burns I've ever read, masterfully delivered by Anyta's writing. This is a sweet everyday story full of cute nonsenses, funny moments, love and friendship. 

This third installment in the signs of love talked to me louder than  Scorpio hates Virgo. Much louder. It is true that  Leo loves Aries is still my fav but because, to me, Theo and Jaime's story is difficult to beat since I conceive it as the happy place of the slow burns. 
But Gemini keeps Capricorn is very close to book one, battling it with some great and killer weapons:  

- Friends to lovers
- Fake boyfriends
- Forbidden love or love against the rules.

The result? A winner with two adorbs as protagonists that complement their differences perfectly, melting opposite personalities as if they were mixing vivid colors, creating this way a bright and shinny common place (cheesy, I know and I'm sorry but it came from …

D.J Jamison, a new author to me, and one I´ll be follow. Nice and entertaining holiday read.

Yours For The Holiday by D.J. Jamison
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


First of all: that cover... I have no words for it...but we all know that out there there are a lot of cringing covers that deserves the Fahrenheit 451 treatment.

But the book is good and the only cringing thing about it, it's the cover. Promise. So forget the sacrilegious bonfires, open the book without looking at the man with the Santa hat, and prepare yourself to start burning for a very different reason. 

The premise here is one that always attracts me: gay guy with a crush for his brother's best friend who is straight and -apparently- imposible to get. If we add to the mix a frenemies kinda relationship and a flirtatious attitude, I'm game. Pretty simple.
And that's what we have in Yours for the Holiday.  A sexy read with a huge dose of family (good stuff, not the homophobic kind, it's thanksgiving + Christmas, after all) some sweet and cute moments and great dirty talk

Both MCs felt real to m…

Anyta´s Sunday´s Nest melted my heart and gave me all the feelz

nest by Anyta Sunday
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sometimes, when I'm having a tough day or just a long one, the only thing that comes to my mind is arriving my comfy and warm home, kiss my hubby and kids, pour myself a glass of wine and get lost in a book. And, this time, mad and tired, I chose Nest to make my day better.
Unsurprisingly, Anyta's writing worked its magic and my humor changed in an instant. I started to feel better, warmed, absorbed and withdrew with the comfort you only feel in your happy place, surrounded by the people you love.

This is the story of Lenny and Julian. The story of a forbidden wanting and longing that starts when our MCs are kids and goes over the years till they are grown up men battling their feelings, preconceived ideas and their past.
This is the story of two cousins, two friends, learning about life and yes, falling in love.
Nest shows us their coming of age, first experiences, rejections and fears... and the way it´s shown... totally my kind of s…

I've discovered Kasia Bacon's writing with this Holiday freebie and she is so good! 

Blessing and Light by Kasia Bacon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What a huge surprise this one has been! I don't know how is it possible for a so, so short length read to concentrate that much, but it touches banter, a bit of angst and love in a perfect way.
Wonderful writing too, and so evocative. I could feel the cold night described in that first page. So good.

This is a super short story included in The Order Universe but perfectly suitable for outsiders, like me. Not for a long time, I must say. The Mutt, The order #1 is now up in my extended tbr. I seriously loved the way she writes.

What is this freebie about? Fireworks in The Night of Winter Lights, two attractive characters having dinner and a wish becoming true.

Blessing and Light will be out for free on December 5 and if what I've said is not incentive enough you have the plus that this has been written for a charity cause, to support LGBT rights, and that's always a good thing!

****** ARC generously provided by the auth…

Fade: the perfection of an ending.

Fade by Santino Hassell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I've been so immersed in this epic story, so... living their lives in this futuristic post apocalyptic reality that now that it has ended, I feel empty. With that distressful feeling you have every time you end something you know you won't forget. Characters that keep coming to your mind, unforgettable quotes burning your brain and so many feels all around...*sighs loudly while trying not to cry*

Before I start with my rambling and promising to keep it short and as spoiler free as I can manage,  I have something to say.
Both authors (BOTH) did an amazing job creating this sci-fi universe full of awesome and so-worked little things. The characters (and I'm not referring just to my Hsin and Boyd. All of them) are deep and incredibly detailed. I know I've said it before but ICoS is a masterpiece. Imperfect and unedited but a masterpiece after all.
This is a work that deserves recognition and to be more known. The world build…

(Un)Masked Release Day. Check details and my review of this bittersweet paranormal story. Grab your copy and enter this fantastic giveaway!

“What made the book for me? One word: Gristle. Gristle, the straight boy, Jay's best friend, his "bro," is one of the best characters I've had the joy to read this year. His devotion to Jay is breathtaking, his snark so very snappy [...]. Read this book if nothing for the character of Gristle. [...] Spectacular.”

--T.J. Klune, Author of For Real, Bear, Otter, and the Kid, and Lightning-Struck Heart
Title: (Un)Masked Publisher: Anyta Sunday & Andy Gallo (Self-Published) Release Date (Print & Ebook): October 30, 2017 Subgenre: MM gay paranormal romance, magical realism, new adult
Book blurb: Walker has two wishes: to perform the play of his dreams alongside his best friend at Wellington’s Tory Street Theatre, and to meet that special someone. Someone he’d go to the ends of the earth for. Someone who might only exist in fairy tales. When Jay meets accordion busker Lethe Cross, it’s like living a dream come true. Lethe’s music captivates Jay, and he resolves to meet the…

Anyta Sunday nails whatever she wants! Try this super different story. You wont regret it!

(Un)Masked by Anyta Sunday
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

BR with my girl, LiaB. she's been an amazing partner in crime, going first and assuming the gut punches.

And this book has some gut punches.   The kind that leave you breathless for a few seconds wondering what is going to happen next and if you will see some light after the storm.
Yes. That's probably a good way to describe what I've just read: a storm full of black clouds and thunders but with some rays in the middle lightening the sky. Brief moments of light that make you wonder if those will be the only bright moments or our guys will have a real sunshine warming up their lives. And they will. They will have their deserved HEA. But before they get there, you'll need to protect yourself  from the clouds, the red beams and the constant raining.

Settled in Wellington, (Un)Masked tells us the story of Jayden, a poor theatrical writer that along with his best friend and soulmate in misery, Gristle (oh Gristle how I love…

A must if you are a YA fan. Christina Lauren´s first MM novel was a winner!

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the beautiful story of a boy writing a book about himself. About falling in love. About kissing, blushing and hiding. About support and be loved.

Autoboygraphy is the story of Tanner, a bisexual 18 years old who moves from a more liberal Cali to a Mormon community in Utah. There, in a writing seminar, he meets Sebastian (19), member of a church Tanner's family have motives to despise.

This is not a steamy book with tons of hot sex. This is innocence. This is sweetness with a light bitter taste. Because this is a first love that needs to battle, needs to face reality and when you're a teenager that's hard. Well, that's hard and painful at any age, but to be a lovely teen with a lot to give and see yourself stopped and judged? That is heartrending.

This is a book about family, friendship and life, told by a genuine and refreshing character.
Tanner's voice is unique and loud and it goes directly to your …