Thursday, September 27, 2012

GLBT Maddness Hop!!

I have read quite a few M/M books lately, but one stands out.  It is written by a very talented author and I really enjoyed every second of it.  Let's take a look:
A child’s birth. His first teeth and first steps. School friends and bullies, recess, school plays and science projects. A girl, a crush and a broken heart. These childhood experiences are shared by countless little boys from different horizons.

And yet… Jacob is anything but average. For as long as he has been able to understand, a secret has shaped his life, kept even from his closest friends: his father, Andrew, is a vampire. And so is his other father, Nicholas.

In a strange era when demons are beginning to appear all over the world and threaten humans and vampires alike, the three of them form quite an extraordinary family. And yet, at the same time, they could hardly be more normal.

Two fathers raising a son neither of them ever thought he would have. A Sire and Childe resuming their relationship after years of estrangement. Through snapshots covering Jacob’s life from birth to adulthood, discover this unusual family, and how, in the end, all it takes is love
This was an amazing read!!  That's why its my pick!!!  To enter:  Just fill out the rafflecopter!!  Good luck!!  Click on the button below to go to the next blog: 
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Andrea said...

My favorite M/M depends on my mood. Caregiver by Rick R. Reed would be if I wanted an emotional read. Promises by Marie Sexton if I wanted sweet and romantic, and the Cleave series by Mickie B. Ashling if I wanted something edgy.

Emily said...

That's really tough. I love so many of them, it's a tough choice. But one of my all time faves that I raved about when reviewing was Edward Kendrick's The Beast Within.

KimberlyFDR said...

Thanks for taking part in the hop!

John Simpson's Condor series is a favorite. I enjoy the aspect of Presidential love ;)

Unknown said...

So many books so little time :)but bear otter and the kid by T J Klune is my favourite.

Donna said...

Love is love no matter where you find it. I read Uban/Roux Cut & Run and I was off. Ty & Zane are still my favorites but I’ve found a lot more out there to love.

This Blog Hop is introducing me to so many "new to me" authors and their work

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Donna said...

Love is love no matter where you find it. I read Uban/Roux Cut & Run and I was off. Ty & Zane are still my favorites but I’ve found a lot more out there to love.

This Blog Hop is introducing me to so many "new to me" authors and their work

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Booklover Sue said...

I loved Warrior Nights by Patricia Logan. I felt drawn into the story and it was a rollor coaster of emotions and I loved it!

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Urb said...

I love vampire stuff, and The Channeling Morpheus/Sweet Oblivion series by Jordan Castillo Price are on my favorites list.

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Sophia Rose said...

I don't really have a favorite, but the last one I enjoyed was Neena Jaydon's Storms and Stars a Sci-Fi Romance.

Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.
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Anonymous said...

My favorite just depends on my mood. One of my more recent favorites is Love in La Terraza by Ethan Day.

Sharon Stogner said...

Probably the Cut & Run series is my favorite. I just can't enough of Ty and Zane! Josh Lanyon's Adriene English series is a very close second

Anonymous said...

My recent favorites are the Dance with the Devil series (first three books) by Megan Derr.

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BLHmistress said...

I honestly haven't read a m/m book yet though I have read m/m fanfiction and I found that I love romance no matter who is involved.

Yvette said...

I have so many favorites, but RJ Scott is up at the top.

Erica Pike said...

There are so many. Anything by Zathyn Priest (his free read, One of Those Days, is so funny and well written), Anne Tenino, and I read this amazing sci-fi by Amy Lane this week, A Solid Core of Alpha - such a heart wrenching story for a sci-fi!

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Kassandra said...

Hard for me to pick just one book so I will throw out some of my fave authors that happen to write M/M. Aleksandr Voinov, Rhi Etzweiler, Anne Tenino, LA Witt.........ok I could go on for awhile.


Jessica E. Subject said...

This book sounds very sweet.

my favorite M/M would have to be Takedown by Stacey Kennedy.

Anne said...

Probably Fire Season by Lex Valentine.

Loveless3173 said...

My favorite MM... wow... that's hard to try to pick... but I'll go with what at the moment I really love, lol... the one I love right now is the Brac Pack by Lynn Hagen. Some stories, I admit are not my thing, but the whole lot of characters and such all in the story and how they never get confusing is amazing!! I love it so much. I am so looking forward to the next book because I have no doubt that whatever new character or species will be as amazing as all the rest! :D

Thanks for the contest!!


Dannyfiredragon said...

That really depends on my mood. At the moment I love werewolves or shifter stories

booklover0226 said...

I really don't have a favorite but I have enjoyed works by Tara Lain, Josh Lanyon, and Charlie Cochrane.

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Joanne said...

At this moment, my favorite is Warrior Knights by Patricia Logan.


JoAnna said...

I like Tara Lain's Balls to the Wall series.

ceagles said...

Hi. Great site you have here. It's hard to say which book is my favorite but I know "A Matter of Time" By Mary Calmes is one of my favorites. this book that you just blirbed about looks awesome. Thanks for being on the tour.

ParanormalRomanceFan said...

Hello Nikki,

Thank you for taking part in this GREAT Blog Hop!

I went to the site you had listed & posted a comment on the Review you made for "Fangs and Lullabies".

What's my favorite M/M? YES, YES & YES!!! LOL OMG How can I possibly pick just one when there are soooo many M/M Genres that I absolutely Love; Paranormal, BDSM, Cowboy/Western, Contemporary Romance, Interracial/Multicultural Romance, Romantic Comedy, Futuristic Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Mystery/Suspense & Historical/Regency/ you see, I can't possibly pick just one. :)

Take Care & Stay Naughty,
PaParanormalFan (Renee’ S.)
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