My Book Recs
I'm not only an author, I'm a reader of the MM genre as well. I like to share recommendations of books I enjoy with you guys, so I thought--what better place to do that than my website?
I don't want to try to go back and think of every book I've ever loved. I would be terrible at trying to remember them all. But I'll list a few and add more later.
*Lily Morton's Rule Breaker--one of my all-time favorites (the entire series is good). I love this book because it has everything I enjoy in a romance: one point of view, wondering along with the character if the other one cares (uncertainty of the chase), some snark, a little angst. The whole series is great, but that one in particular I just love. <3
*Roan Parrish's In the Middle of Somewhere and Out of Nowhere. They are great reads with a lot of emotion.
*Jill Wexler's Having it All--which has kids and a sweet, sweet friends to lovers story.
*Orientation, book 1 of Borealis Investigations by Gregory Ashe. Awesome chemistry between the MCs!
*T.S. McKinney's Sub Mission.
*Davidson King's Haven Hart series, especially the first book, Snow Falling. Awesome chemistry between MCs and also sweet child character. Plus, mobster stuff!
*The Thirds series by Charlie Cochet beginning with Hell and High Water. These books supply the excitement of a law enforcement team; shifters of different kinds (including the big cat variety); mates and bonding; as well as possessive alpha males and the humans or shifters they love. Humor, emotion, excitement all wrapped up in one great series.
*The VRC series beginning with How to Vex a Vampire, by Alice Winters. I normally don't read vampire books, but I love these. Also Dear Cassius, and Hidden in Darkness.
*The Marshalls series by Mary Calmes is AWESOME. It begins with All Kinds of Tied Down. Lots of UST. Her Matter of Time series is great, too.
*I recommend pretty much everything by Nicky James (Especially Love Me Whole) and *Alessandra Hazard (her Just a Bit series is fabulous).
*Owning It by Riley Hart.
*Clutch, Bond, and Mate by Piper Scott. Awesome mpreg with eggs!
*Psycho Romeo by Jocelyn Drake.
*Over and Over Again by Cole McCade. Just be ready for a long books with a slooow burn. Well worth it, though. Age difference and best friend's son.
*Lost in Indigo by VL Locey.
*Who We Are by Nicola Haken.
*The Will and Patrick series by Leta Blake. (A Vegas wedding between an ornery doctor and a diabetic pretty boy.)
*The Master Will Appear by L.A. Witt.
*Saving Sebastian by Luna David.
*The Point Shot Trilogy by V.L. Locey
*Matchstick Men by Adira August. (Hunter Dane Investigation series)
*The Chimera Affair by Keira Andrews
*The Made Marion series by Lucy Lennox.
*The Protectors series by Sloane Kennedy.
*The Calluvia's Royalty series by Alessandra Hazard (Awesome!)
*Complementary Colors by Adrienne Wilder--such angsty goodness!
*Heated Rivalry (Game Changers, Book 2) by Rachel Reid. Awesome chemistry between rival hockey players. I'm pretty sure I read the first book a while back and enjoyed it too.
*Wood (A True Lover's Story, Book 2) I really enjoyed these vulnerable, passionate ex-cons!
*The Making of Jonty Bloom by Barbara Elsborg. Wow, just wow. I loved this book!
*Revelations series by Nikole Knight--Awesome angel series!
*Flash Rip by Keira Andrews--lifeguards!
*The Understatement of the Year (The Ivy Years Series #3) by Sarina Bowen--hockey players! (Both this one and the above feature closeted and coming out in a big way.)
*Just a Bit Wrecked--Alessandra Hazard (I love all her books, but this one in particular was great! Such a different meet cute.)
*Watch Me by Sloane Kennedy
*The Murder Between Us by Tal Bauer
*Forrest's #Win by Jennifer Cody (warning for on-page rape)
*Lightbearer by LC Davis--funny, romantic, paranormal story about a human and demon
*After Felix by Lily Morton--I love most of Lily Morton's book, but some stand out. This one had the angst I crave with a good love story.
*Feral by Alessandra Hazard--one of my two top favorite authors, the other being Lily Morton. Alessandra's fantasy books are just as good as her contemporary. They never disappoint. I love how Devlin and Julian fight their feelings, how Julian thinks himself less than worthy, how neither can resist the other.