Tag: Alexis Hall

Review: Paris Daillencourt Is ..

Posted November 10, 2022 by B. in Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ, Rating B, Reviews
Review: Paris Daillencourt Is About to Crumble by Alexis Hall

Paris Daillencourt Is About to Crumble Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: B What I’m Talking About: As a necessary preface to this review, I strongly suggest readers look at the entirety of the author’s Content Warnings (which can be found HERE) before reading this story. “He was really here. He was really doing this. […]

Review: A Lady for a Duke by A..

Posted June 2, 2022 by B. in Historical Romance, LGBTQ, Reviews
Review: A Lady for a Duke by Alexis Hall

A Lady for a Duke Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Though it was the war that tore them apart, Viola Caroll and Justin de Vere, the Duke of Gracewood, have been fighting for their lives since long before Waterloo. Born into a body and societal expectations that were destroying […]

Review: Rosaline Palmer Takes ..

Posted May 19, 2021 by B. in Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ, Rating A, Reviews
Review: Rosaline Palmer Takes The Cake by Alexis Hall

Rosaline Palmer Takes The Cake Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake has been among my most anticipated reads of the entire year, and I won’t pretend I’m not thrilled that it is as delightful as I’d hoped it would be. I laughed and cringed (in […]

#RomBkLove 2021 Day 11: Fake R..

Posted May 11, 2021 by Jen in #RomBkLove
#RomBkLove 2021 Day 11: Fake Relationships

Welcome to #RomBkLove 2021 Day 11: Fake Relationships Fake Relationship romances are my catnip. There is something about pretending to be together or being stuck in a marriage of convenience that brings two people closer together for all the right reasons. B. and I have put together some of our favorite books where the characters […]

Listen Up! Audiobook Review: S..

Listen Up! Audiobook Review: Smoke & Ashes by Alexis Hall

Audiobook review: Smoke & Ashes by Alexis Hall Two years before the start of Smoke & Ashes, things fell apart for Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator. No, not like they’d fallen apart prior to that. I mean they really, really fell apart. Girlfriend abandoned her to die as an unwilling sacrifice? Yes. Every other ally either in […]

Listen Up! #Audiobook Review: ..

Posted December 17, 2020 by B. in Contemporary Romance, Gay Romance, LGBTQ, Listen Up!, Rating A
Listen Up! #Audiobook Review: Boyfriend Project by Alexis Hall

Audiobook review: Boyfriend Project by Alexis Hall I first read Boyfriend Material earlier in the year, amid widespread anger and only moderately successful lockdowns in all the fear and uncertainty of summer. With its irresistible mix of cynicism, humor, awkwardness, and romance, it was a delightfully welcome reprieve when it was most needed—a bright spot in […]

Review: Smoke & Ashes by ..

Review: Smoke & Ashes by Alexis Hall

Smoke & Ashes Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Two years have gone by since the last time everything in Kate Kane’s life went to pieces, and things generally seem to be holding steady at the intersection of denial and persistent wallowing. Subsisting on an impressive intake of sex, booze, […]

Review: Shadows & Dreams ..

Review: Shadows & Dreams by Alexis Hall

Shadows & Dreams Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: “Here lies Kate Kane. She achieved something. Beloved daughter. Sorely missed.” After having so much fun with the re-release of Iron & Velvet, I was fairly confident I’d enjoy the second novel in the Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator just as well. […]

Review: Iron and Velvet by Ale..

Posted October 24, 2019 by Jen in LGBTQ, Rating A, Reviews, Urban Fantasy
Review: Iron and Velvet by Alexis Hall

Iron & Velvet Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: “Here lies Kate Kane. Killed in a foreplay accident. Beloved daughter. Sorely missed.” It’s been years since I first encountered Iron & Velvet, and on this new reading, it quickly became clear that no amount of fond remembrance or wistful intent […]