Creative Ink Romance Reviews publishes book reviews of LGBT and hetero romance fiction in all genres, including modern/contemporary, fantasy/science fiction, historical and paranormal.
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Recent Romance Reviews
|Blood Howl: Sanguis Noctis Book One by Robin Saxon and Alex Kidwell is the first book in a two-part set that tells the story of Jed Walker, a mercenary and Redford Reed, werewolf and hapless object of his pursuit.The action is almost non-stop as Jed tries to figure just who Fil, his client is and what he wants with Redford. (read more)||Taking Inventory is a short-short story in the Hammer Club series by Sean Michael; it’s also part of the Leather Bound anthology by Torquere, a collection of short stories with a leather theme.Taking Inventory is a snippet from the life of Dom/sub couple Marcus and Jim, the proprietors of the Hammer Club, a BDSM club that caters to gay men. (read more)||Broken Colour is a sweet story by Carol Lynne about a romance between Frankie Black, a bright, but fragile young artist and Clint Langley, a slightly older insurance man. Frankie is living at the Hard Rock Hotel in Albuquerque when Clint spots him from the check-in register. The odd little guy dressed in a skirt and carrying a large painting immediately fascinates him. (read more)||
Stars and Stripes by Abigail Roux is the sixth book in the successful Cut and Run series about Special Agents Ty Grady and Zane Garrett. Unlike previous novels where the focus is on catching the bad guys, Stars and Stripes concentrates on the personal relationships of Ty and Zane, particularly, family relationships. (read more)