“Hands down the best m/m romance I’ve read yet. Furthermore, one of the best romances I’ve ever read, period.” Review of Smoky Mountain Dreams #gay #romance

“Hands down the best m/m romance I’ve read yet. Furthermore, one of the best romances I’ve ever read, period. The characterization was fantastic, the story well fleshed out, the motivations and obstacles believable. I was really rooting for Christopher and Jesse, and I felt every hurt and loss each of them suffered with an intensity reserved for only my favorite literary protagonists.”

via Goodreads | Katrina Passick Lumsden (Charlotte, MI)’s review of Smoky Mountain Dreams.

Sometimes holding on means letting go Christopher Ryder and Jesse Birch are two men hanging on to the past. While Christopher has let go of his failure as a country singer in Nashville, he's still trying to please his narrow-minded, non-accepting family. His beloved Gran loves him the way he is, but Christopher feels painfully invisible to everyone else. He’s happy enough performing at the Smoky Mountain Dreams theme park in Tennessee, but even when Christopher is center stage he aches for someone to see the real him. There's more than meets the eye when it comes to bisexual Jesse. He's raising two kids and fighting with family after a tragic accident took his children’s mother. There's no room in his life for dating, his kids are his priority, and he doesn't want more than an occasional hook-up. He sure as hell doesn't want to fall hard for his favorite local singer, but when Christopher walks into his jewelry studio, Jesse hears a new song in his heart.

Sometimes holding on means letting go
Christopher Ryder and Jesse Birch are two men hanging on to the past. While Christopher has let go of his failure as a country singer in Nashville, he’s still trying to please his narrow-minded, non-accepting family. His beloved Gran loves him the way he is, but Christopher feels painfully invisible to everyone else. He’s happy enough performing at the Smoky Mountain Dreams theme park in Tennessee, but even when Christopher is center stage he aches for someone to see the real him.
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to bisexual Jesse. He’s raising two kids and fighting with family after a tragic accident took his children’s mother. There’s no room in his life for dating, his kids are his priority, and he doesn’t want more than an occasional hook-up. He sure as hell doesn’t want to fall hard for his favorite local singer, but when Christopher walks into his jewelry studio, Jesse hears a new song in his heart.

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“A beautifully crafted different kind of love story!” 5 Stars! | Review of The River Leith #gay #mmromance

“This was a beautifully crafted different kind of love story. The relationship between Leith and Zach was extraordinary. This story was unique and captivating. I loved the structure of the whole story. It was true to the belief that true love can conquer anything. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK!!!”

via Goodreads | Sue Madison, OH’s review of The River Leith.

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Memory is everything.  After an injury in the ring, amateur boxer Leith Wenz wakes to discover his most recent memories are three years out of date. Unmoored and struggling to face his new reality, Leith must cope anew with painful revelations about his family. His brother is there to support him, but it’s the unfamiliar face of Zach, a man introduced as his best friend, that provides the calm he craves. Until Zach’s presence begins to stir up feelings Leith can’t explain.  For Zach, being forgotten by his lover is excruciating. He carefully hides the truth from Leith to protect them both from additional pain. His bottled-up turmoil finds release through vlogging, where he confesses his fears and grief to the faceless Internet. But after Leith begins to open up to him, Zach's choices may come back to haunt him.  Ultimately, Leith must ask his heart the questions memory can no longer answer.

Memory is everything.
After an injury in the ring, amateur boxer Leith Wenz wakes to discover his most recent memories are three years out of date. Unmoored and struggling to face his new reality, Leith must cope anew with painful revelations about his family. His brother is there to support him, but it’s the unfamiliar face of Zach, a man introduced as his best friend, that provides the calm he craves. Until Zach’s presence begins to stir up feelings Leith can’t explain.
For Zach, being forgotten by his lover is excruciating. He carefully hides the truth from Leith to protect them both from additional pain. His bottled-up turmoil finds release through vlogging, where he confesses his fears and grief to the faceless Internet. But after Leith begins to open up to him, Zach’s choices may come back to haunt him.
Ultimately, Leith must ask his heart the questions memory can no longer answer.

Rise: A Gay Fairy Tale by Keira Andrews and Leta Blake | MM Good Book Reviews

Review: A unique retelling of the story Jack and the Beanstalk. Jack is looking to escape his life as it was and Rion just wants to protect his family from the cruel world. Their first encounter is intense. But they find a way to help each other out.

I loved the way these characters stories were told. I really felt for both Rion and Jack and was glad they found each other when they needed to the most. Wonderfully written.

via Rise: A Gay Fairy Tale by Keira Andrews and Leta Blake | MM Good Book Reviews.

http://www.amazon.com/Rise-A-Gay-Fairy-Tale-ebook/dp/B00UF9EBJ2

Round 1, Set 2: (March 19 12:00 – 11:59 pm EST)

Leta Blake:

Go forth and vote!

Originally posted on dabwaha:

Maybe This Christmas Between the Sheets

Highfell Grimoires Champion of the Scarlet Wolf

The Suffragette Scandal My Beautiful Enemy

Burn For Me A Forbidden Rumspringa

Think of England The Lover’s Knot

Half-Off Ragnarok Up From the Grave 

Murder of Crows Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel

Magic Breaks Assimilation, Love and Other Human Oddities 

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Casting For My Novels – Yes, I Do It!

Leta Blake:

Love Britt! :D

Originally posted on Britt DeLaney:

My good buddy, Leta Blake posted this today about the casting of her latest book, Smoky Mountain Dreams, and it reminded me that I’ve been asked about casting by several of my readers on occasion, both for my novels and for a couple of my fanfics.

Yes,  you read that right – my fanfics. I only write fanfic for Once Upon A Time, and I put together a trilogy beginning with The Memory Keeper that started during the mid-season hiatus last year. It began with Killian and Emma, then branched out to their children, Meriel and Finn. And for those of you who actively read my fanfic, I’ll tell you now who I cast mentally in those roles:

Meriel was Audrey Hepburn. Straight up, spunky Audrey Hepburn. Finn was a chip off the old block, so of course he was the spitting image of his father. Meriel’s man Kai…

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A Review of Rise: A Gay Fairy Tale by Leta Blake and Keira Andrews

“I love when authors take a beloved story and add a new twist. Poor lonely “giant”. Sad, lonely Jack. What a hateful life he suffered. Unique view, unique story. Like my HEA.”

via Amazon.com: Brenda L “Cower112″‘s review of Rise: A Gay Fairy Tale.

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Sister Songs: Wedding Day and Jackie’s Strength #toriamos

Jackie’s Strength

 

Wedding Day

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