November 2nd, 2021

andrew potter

2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Smash & Grab (RELIC #1)

Smash & Grab (RELIC #1) by Maz Maddox

The author's voice was a pleasure to read from the first page, and every character was so well-written I expected them to come walking down the street at any moment. Dalton was so very entertaining. I was not expecting dinosaur shifters, but oh man, they were so much fun! Very much looking forward to reading this whole series now.

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andrew potter

2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: The Muffin Man

The Muffin Man by Kim Fielding

I've always enjoyed reading Kim Fielding's stories. This one was fun to read. It's a fairytale based in modern times, covering the disaster that was 2020 in both fires and pandemic, but it also has a 'feel' of old world with kings, queens and princesses. And a castle! A magical castle to boot. With a princess that needs rescue, so the king assigns Morli to the task. Morli and Baxter have to jump quite a few hoops to be able to accomplish the assignment and in the meantime, they fall in love. Hurrah, for them and this fun story.

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2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Frost & Raine

Frost & Raine by K.L. Noone

One thing I wasn't expecting was to learn that Raine was a submissive. That took me by surprise. I enjoyed the story quite a lot. Both MCs are lovely, as well as the people who work for Dom at the cafe. The coffee creations were out of this world. I'm not sure if I'd have the courage to try some of them, but I'm so glad Raine did, and that he liked them as well. Most of the story concentrates inside the Cafe and there was a lot of fun banter not just between Raine and Don, but with the staff as well as the customers. It felt like everyone was snooping, holding their breath every time Raine came in for his daily coffee. And when they finally confessed their love, It felt as if everyone let out a swoosh of breath, glad to be witnesses of the confession. Overall, quite a fantastic story, enjoyable, one to read again and again.

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