July 5th, 2007

andrew potter

Feisty Little Firecracker (Heaven Sent) by Jet Mykles

This is a very very short stories that give you the chance to re-encounter Hell and Brent, the two characters by Hell, third enstalment in the Heaven Sent series and to have a candy in waiting the fourth and maybe last enstalment, Faith, the Darien's story.

Hell wants to celebrate the 4th of July seeing the fires from their new lake view home. But Brent is late and when he arrives at home the fires are just begun. So he has to find a way to ask forgiven to Hell and this time Brent will be a lot more devilsh than Hell...

I can't say more, cause this is a fling and you read it in a bit: but it is very funny and as always I love Hell!


Series: Heaven Sent
1) Heaven: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/27253.html
1.5) Pretty Red Ribbon: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/22377.html
2) Purgatory
2.5) Sexy Spring Surprise: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/67552.html
3) Hell: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/68720.html
3.5) Feisty Little Firecracker

Reading List:


Cover Art by April Martinez
andrew potter

Fireworks by Evangeline Anderson

I think that Evangeline Anderson has fun to play with her characters, Valenti and O'Brain, the tough detectives of the '80 who discover to be in love during a undercover mission.

Last Christmas she has told us like O'Brian has kidnapped Valenti to force his partner to admit his feelings. Now Valenti wants payback and he thinks that a little of BDSM play could be interesting. And so O'Brian as to play the role of the slave for a very determinate Dom as Valenti.

A very short story who is faithful to the original book, The Assignment: Nick Valenti and Sean O'Brian are two men who fall in love, but has to maintain the secret, cause in the '80 two PD detective can't be gay. And then nor Sean or Nick think to themself like "gay" they are only two men that happen to be in love.


1) The Assignment
1.1) I'll Be Hot for Christmas: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/23818.html
1.2) Fireworks

Reading List:

http://www.librarything.com/catalog_bottom.php?tag=reading list&view=elisa.rolle

Cover Art by April Martinez

andrew potter

The revival by D.J. Manly

Everyday life could be cold water on the sex life. Danny, after three years of living together with Frank, suddenly realize that are passed days since the last time he has made love with his lover. And his lover is a very attractive man, and everyone could see that and maybe someone could try to stole him from Danny. So Danny decides to demonstrate to his man that he is an off limit zone...

This short story has nothing to do with the 4th of July, but it is still a short entertainment. It is passed a lot of time since I have read the principal book, In the Eye of the Beholder, but I remember well the spoilt character of Danny and the quite but strong Frank. Here you have stille an hint of these two different men who has found the love together.


1) Eye of the Beholder
1.5) The revival

Waiting Reading List:

http://www.librarything.com/catalog_bottom.php?tag=waiting reading list&view=elisa.rolle

andrew potter

Gates of Hell by Willa Okati

The latest novel by Willa Okati is a fantastic escapade in the myth of Hell and its Fallen Angels.

Guy is an ex marine with a blood desease who seeks aid from Rasputin, a man who claims himself to be the same Rasputin who was conselour of Catherine of Russia. Asmael is the enforcer of Rasputin, an impassible man with unknown powers.

But Guy is son of a very rich woman who doesn't accept well to have her son removes from her side and charges Rasputin of kidnapping. But if Guy wants, better needs to be with Rasputin, could it be a kidnapping? So we read of the trial against Asmael (like a file record), of the investigation of Rasputin in a mental institution and of the psichiatric session of Guy... all the three men tell their story and their version in the waiting to be again together.

It's a really strange but compelling novel, till the end you don't know if Guy is mad, if Rasputin is a criminal and if Asmael is a master of illusion... all you know is that you have to reach the end to know and understand everything, but if don't have an open and imaginative mind you hardly will accept the truth.

This novel reminds me another one by Willa Okati, Too Close to the Sun, another one I have loved very much.