I get that the MM romance genre is amazing. I really do. I’ve been reading it for over 5 years now. And I love that there are new authors dipping their toes into these beautiful rainbow waters. But, three books in, I really would hope that the basics would be learned. That the knowledge that gay sex is very different from hetero sex, that you don’t just slide on in (even with lube) without doing some prep work – especially for someone’s very first time. And to tackle an issue as important as PTSD on top of all that? I just had a difficult time with this one. I liked the characters but the basic premise ran through all three books in this series – with just minor tweaks here and there to make them slightly different. And those tweaks really weren’t enough for me. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy.
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Am I a reader? Absolutely - it's my passion, my escape, my joy Am I a writer? Without a doubt. The characters in my head are constantly demanding that their story be told. But above all that - I am a human being. My passion for people is unparalleled, my firm belief in Love is Love unwavering, my hope that all can be accepted, undying. I do not write because I want to, I do it because I have to. I write because these voices, these beautiful men, have chosen me to tell their stories – and how damn lucky am I for that? Dara Nelson is the author of the MM romance Healing Hearts series (available on Amazon) and the new Devil Dogs Motors series Kendel Duncan is the author of the action MM romance Black Ops Heroes series and the action MM romance Doyle Global Securities series Owner of Dare Publishing & Design - Offering quality, low-cost services for indie authors (specializing in the gay romance genre): Editing Proofreading Publishing Book Cover Design View all posts by daranelson