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June 30 2016

One Community: June 2016 Male/Male Romance Best Bets

June has been an emotional month for the LGBT+ community, with the Orlando shooting bringing grief, anger and fear to our community. Yet June is also Pride month, a time for us to celebrate and...
November 25 2015

Getting In the Spirit: Male/Male Best Bets for November 2015

Holiday romances have become as much a sign of November as falling leaves and leftover turkey. This month offers some that are typically mushy and heartwarming, and also some with a little more...
August 20 2015

Cover Thursday: Exclusive Reveals from Marie Sexton, Helenkay Dimon, and Christine D’Abo

Today we are thrilled to reveal the covers for Love for the Holidays: A Charity Bundle Benefiting the GLBT National Help Center by Marie Sexton, HelenKay Dimon, and Christine D'Abo....
May 21 2015

Is This the Real Life... Male/Male Best Bets for May 2015

If you like contemporary romance and/or fantasy, this is your month. Sadly, I didn't run into anything in the way of frock coats or sword canes (though some of the fantasies do get into armor.) Shotgun...
April 15 2015

Showered with Choices: Male/Male Best Bets for April 2015

Part of what I love about romance novels are the many different reading desires they can satisfy. The April m/m possibilities offer something for most moods, whether you're looking for realistic...
November 14 2013

10 Must-Read Male/Male Romances: An Opinionated Opinion

M/m romance (male/male) is a romance sub-genre that has recently exploded in popularity. With some not as well-known authors, it can be hard to find books to cover your reading needs so here is a list...
April 12 2013

The Boys are Back in Town: An Introduction to Male/Male Romance

The reasons why so many enjoy male/male romance are diverse, and it's not possible for one person to presume to know or understand them all. The obvious reason is that, because we’re talking...