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March Reading Recs

March was a slow month but there's still a winner.

And hey, if you missed the chance to taker part there's always next month, right?

Here's a reminder of March's Reading Bingo.

And February's winner is Sarah S.

Below, you'll find a list of March's participants reads and perhaps you'll find a new favorite.

Please note this article contains affiliate links.

Elven Duty by Rhys Lawless

My legacy is to hate him, but I can’t. Life was normal. Until a woman appears and tells me I’m an elf and she’s my grandmother. Not quite what I expected after another day at the office. Soon, I’m thrown into a world of duty, magic, and monsters. And a family feud as old as time itself. I would have run. I would have gone back to my old life. Or started a new one. But when the man I’m supposed to hate turns out to be my elven soulmate the only thing I can do is fight for my right to love him. No matter what kind of monster gets in the way. Elven Duty is a gay urban fantasy romance with two star-crossed lovers, a ton of monsters hellbent on destroying this dimension and a secret “baby”. This book has a Happy For Now ending with a tease of the next book in the series. This book was previously part of the Magic Emporium multi-author series. The only changes made are the fixing of awry typos and the addition of the last chapter tease.

All Play & No Work by Carol Lynne

When a three man partnership becomes too much for their small Texas town, Ryan Blackfeather knows it's time to head for greener pastures. With a new job awaiting him in Cattle Valley, Wyoming, he convinces his men, Nate and Rio to make the move. A community built on tolerance, Cattle Valley's one of the few places in the country where the residents won't bat an eyelash at the threesomes relationship. Nate, Rio and Ryan fit right in. However, with Ryan busy in his new job as town Sheriff, Rio and Nate are left to wonder how they're supposed to make a living. What use are a highly trained mercenary and a private detective in a peaceful community the size of Cattle Valley?

Pulling Focus by HJ Welch

From this side of the lens, everything’s fake. Especially the love. MALYK Listen, sweetie. I don’t need anyone to protect me. But money is a problem right now and I desperately need this big break. So when my awful ex-boyfriend tries to take it all away from me, I’ll do anything. Even pretend to be dating Mr. Hot Shot Photographer if it’ll still get me through the door. I mean, he’s offered to whisk me away to New York, and he’s seriously gorgeous, so where’s the problem? I can be professional. No one’s going to catch feels. OSCAR I don’t date models, especially not ones almost half my age. But beneath all of Malyk’s bravado, I can see a sweet man who’s hurting. It won’t harm to pretend to be his boyfriend and spoil him during this ridiculous retreat to keep him safe, right? But there’s something irresistible about him that’s drawing me in, and suddenly a week doesn’t seem long enough before he has to fly back to London. We’re from different countries, different generations, different worlds entirely. It could never work. But when Malyk’s ex threatens to cost him everything, I can’t just stand back and let that happen, either. Pulling Focus is a 60K word contemporary MM novel featuring an adventure across the Atlantic, a room with only one bed, bucket loads of explosive UST, a fabulous masquerade ball, and a long-suffering pooch who knows what his master needs better than he does. It’s part of the Model Love multi-author series. Each book can be read as a standalone, in any order, but there are so many models falling in love, why not read them all?

Be Mine, Vicious Valentine by April Jade

They called him Vicious… I called him mine. Sebastian St. James was more mystery than human… His timid, feeble disposition contradicted the violent rumors that surrounded him. He wasn’t a murderer… but they were afraid of him, anyway. I was fascinated by him and the cautious way he hid his face. His hands trembled when somebody stared too long, and he was wary of speaking. Secrets burned beneath his skin, and it was my job to expose them all. Bit by bit, I was tasked with tearing him apart until there was nothing left but the truth. The funny thing about the truth? There’s always two versions, and it was Sebastian’s version that made me bleed. I no longer wanted to wreck him. I wanted to protect him. They called him Vicious… but it was me they should’ve been afraid of. Be Mine, Vicious Valentine is part of a multi-author collaboration. Ditch the hearts and flowers and step into the dark world of Corrupt Cupid. Each book can be read as a standalone, but why not grab each and every deranged tale as you slip into a place where darkness rules? HEA guaranteed.

Operation Meet the Parents by K.M. Neuhold

Teddy is ready to pop the question, but can he find the perfect movie-moment proposal for Harlow? And, more importantly, will Low survive meeting the parents? Oh, the joy of Christmas. A missed connecting flight, inappropriate winter attire, and a kitchen fire…it wouldn’t be Christmas without some complications, right? I know Harlow is desperately trying to impress my family, but I’m a lot more concerned about coming up with a proposal worthy of his Hollywood dreams. That is, if he doesn’t burn the house down first. There’s nothing like the holidays with family. Fa la la la la…. Operation Meet the Parents is a 25K-word novella companion to the full-length novel, Operation Meet Cute. Don’t miss this warm and fuzzy, all-the-Christmas-feels, steamy story.


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