Tag Archives: Bey Deckard

#Review of EXPOSED by Bey Deckard

This fangirl went to her happy place with EXPOSED. Here’s why… EXPOSED Bey Deckard Contemporary gay fiction, romance, lite BDSM 280 pages The Blurb With middle-age looming, Greg offsets his boring day job with what truly feeds his soul: photography. … Continue reading

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#Review of MAX by Bey Deckard #LaunchDay

It’s LAUNCH DAY for the highly anticipated MAX by Bey Deckard. And this is me… fangirling like a boss! The author says: Folks who dislike unhealthy relationships, are sensitive to consent ambiguity, or have eurotophobia should take a big step … Continue reading

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When you bare your soul…

There are times… rare, precious times… when you slip on someone else’s skin and find the fit to be… …violently authentic, unrelentingly honest. Bearing the pickling sensations of déjà vu and the ghost images of lives lived, lives lost, lives … Continue reading

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Gay Lit Fic #Recommendations

My head’s been spinning over the number of exceptional books that have graced my Kindle lately, all of them occupying the broader category of gay literary fiction rather than the narrow confines of the trope-laden and increasingly formulaic M/M romance … Continue reading

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