November 5th, 2021

andrew potter

2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: The Noble and the Nightingale (The Sisters of Sarras #1)

The Noble and the Nightingale (The Sisters of Sarras #1) by Barbara Ann Wright

Adella and Bridget are a delightful couple with unmistakable chemistry, and as is always the case with Wright, the world-building is superb.

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2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Hide Your Love Away (IF I FELL #1)

Hide Your Love Away (IF I FELL #1) by Mia Kerick

Great age gap story. I enjoyed watching the two MCs relationship develop. Both have suffered their own heartaches, Cole because of the sacrifices he endured for his son, Timmy for having cold parents who ignored him most of his life. There's a conflict with another student at the university and a bit of 'catch your breath' when their relationship came to light and Cole's son was not okay with it. In the end, all was resolved. Overall, an enjoyable story.

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2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Weekend at Bigfoot’s

Weekend at Bigfoot’s by Addison Albright

Amazingly beautiful and a fun tale to read. This was quite entertaining and endearing. The writing was spot on with amicable and very much likeable characters, even the grumpy ones. I was surprised to find out who Bigfoot was. Indeed a fun story to read.

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2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Bent Not Broken

Bent Not Broken by Z. Allora

Stefano lives an unsatisfied life with a head filled with the voices of prejudice and hatred from his Italian/catholic family including a homophobic brother. At least his other siblings have joined another all inclusive church and accept him as he is. Riku is a man who gives subs care and comfort at the end of a scene but has never found 'The One' he'd want to spend a life with. Until he meets Stefano. While Stefano considers himself hetero, he eventually finds comfort at the hands of Riku who asked him for a trial of 6 months to be his sub. A strong friendship develops until Stefano admits his feelings for the other man are natural and true. As with every Z Allora's book I've read, this one is yet as entertaining as the others. Well written and entertaining.

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