Promote Your Book

Gay and Lesbian

Books reviews dealing with gay and lesbian.

    (Page 2 of 2)   « Prev  1  
    Next »
    It’s a different world. Space has been colonized, the wealthy fly to work rather than drive, and slavery is legal. Jason’s family has been ripped apart by tragedy. The only way he can save the ones left is to offer himself up as a bondmate. The more he’s willing to give, the higher the price he can command. Devin is wealthy and heartbroken after the wife he adored walked out on him. He isn’t looking for love. All he wants is a relationship he can control. Buying a bondmate seems like the perfect solution. Yet when he purchases Jason’s contract, Devin gets more than he bargained for. "Redemption," by author Olivia Duncan Craig, is a little bit action, a little bit sci-fi, a little bit sexy. But more than anything else, it's the story of two people finding love where they least expect it.


    Alice is overweight, overtired, overworked and overwhelmed. Mama's had a bad stroke, Aunt Sue seems selfish, and cousin Lainie is perfect. Nobody seems to care about Alice's burdens. Then she meets Sylvia.

    The Civil War has been raging for over two years. Abigail Phelps, a young northern girl, has just escaped from her kidnapper, a Confederate soldier, and is lost deep in a North Carolina forest. Frightened, alone, hungry and desperate, she stumbles upon Noni and Efuru, escaped slaves from South Carolina. Against Noni's better judgment, she agrees to help Abigail get home. On their journey, they share they share their stories: Noni, about her capture in Africa on the eve of her wedding; her ordeal aboard the ships that brought her to Cuba, and then America. Abigail tells of her family in Pennsylvania, her kidnapping and life in hiding with her kidnapper. "Heaven's Daughter," by author Maggi A. Petton, is an unforgettable journey filled with twists and turns through fear and faith, life and death, sin and redemption.

    Sebastian Black is gorgeous and charismatic – and he’s telepathic. So when his prophetess mother, Kitty Black, declares him ‘New Man,’ her tiny spiritual movement mushrooms. But when disciples die and Christian militants declare war on this ‘false messiah,’ Sebastian runs, seeking refuge. He meets ‘common’ people with unforgettable stories: an aging lesbian couple, a Mexican handyman; an anorexic woman, a meth addict; a gay teenager; an unthinking college jock. As Sebastian’s understanding of life deepens he drifts further from Kitty, who begins a plot to reel him back by conspiring with his enemies. "Black as Snow," by author Nick Nolan, twists the fairy tale Snow White into a suspense filled story of intrigue, spirituality, and greed-and the unyielding power of everyday love.

    Maggie Seaver is not stealing Angel, she is saving her. On the run in Baja, Mexico with the seven-year-old girl she raised with her estranged ex-partner, Yoli, Maggie believes she had no choice but to rescue the abused child. Driving 1100 miles of rugged road, headed toward an audience with the guru of a spiritual community, she must elude not only the FBI, the Federales and the American media, but also self-doubt about the rightness of her actions. The closer she gets to the guru, the more Maggie realizes that her real quest is one of the spirit, and all she must overcome in order to heal her family. "Stealing Angel," by author Terry Wolverton, is a riveting journey through the spectacular landscape of the Baja peninsula and the landscape of a woman's spirit. The book asks the question: how do we get beyond our own misguided actions and those of others?

    How feminism has changed and how valuable its contribution has been are questions that burst forth when young Emma Firestein is raped and murdered. Despite generational conflicts, Emma’s youthful friends and her mother’s 1970s feminist colleagues will rally together to seek justice in Terry Wolverton’s "The Labrys Reunion." These differing generations come together to mourn, seek justice, and to interrogate a feminist movement that had vowed to eradicate violence against women. As challenges to established feminist beliefs surface, so do truths long held secret. And among the younger women are those who possess more than enough rage and radical belief to avenge Emma’s murder.

    "Torn" by Amber Lehman is a great romance for young adults. It shows tolerance, acceptance and good writing skills. However, the answers that it provides are too pat. Lehman does not deal with the issue of being Gay or Lesbian, but with the issue of changing that.

    Torn by Amber Lehman: Book Review

    At age 22, author Amber Lehman began researching and writing what would become the novel Torn. In the novel, Krista McKinley doesn't realize what awaits her when she's uprooted from an Ohio convent school and placed in a California public school her ninth grade year. Carrie is the first to befriend Krista and soon after she becomes friends with the enigmatic Brandon. The three quickly form a close friendship. But when a harmless dare to kiss Carrie on Homecoming night escalates into something beyond her expectations, Krista questions her feelings and her sexuality. Unhappy in her uncertainty and on a quest to determine her sexuality, Krista asks an unlikely question of Brandon: will he take her virginity? The experience leaves both with feelings deeper than wanted for the other.

    The Auteur by Ward Wood: Book Review

    Scott is the new kid in town who likes to look at his life through the lens of his high definition video camera. He has a knack for seeing people s secrets, and it makes him a natural for Max s hardcore website. His videos are raunchy, astonishing, and sometimes hysterically funny. His love affair with fellow director Cody ends when Cody disappears and Scott sets out to find him on a cross country trip from Miami to the Rockies. Part romance, part road trip, part coming of age, "The Auteur" by author Ward Wood is full of enough unforgettable characters to fill a dozen books.

    (Page 2 of 2)   « Prev  1  
    Next »
    No popular authors found.
    No popular articles found.