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Review: The Merchant Witch – K.L. Noone

The Merchant Witch - K.L. Noone

Genre: Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Bi, Demi, Gender Fluid, Ace Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon | Publisher About The Book Sometimes heroic swordsmen need money. So Aric and his half-fairy partner Emrys have accepted a job protecting a wealthy cloth merchant’s caravan. But the job’s more complicated than it seems. Em’s fairy father is hunting them, and Em’s trying not to draw attention by using magic. Their client, Lady Caris, has demanded that Em stay in a simple single-gendered human form and not shapeshift — and Aric can see his partner growing more uncomfortable day by day. On top of that, their … Read more

Review: In the Pass of Ghosts – K.L. Noone

In the Pass of Ghosts - K.L. Noone

Genre: Fantasy, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gender Fluid, Pansexual Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Ghosts are real. And now they’re Aric’s problem. Even legendary swordsmen need time off, and Aric and his half-fairy partner Emrys are traveling south to visit Aric’s brother. But, on a stormy night at a roadside inn, an old friend stumbles in nearly frozen, swearing that the mountain pass is haunted … and deadly. With travelers and friends in danger, Aric and Em will try to solve the mystery of the murderous hauntings, but that won’t be simple. Swords aren’t much use against … Read more

Review: Cast Off – R J Theodore

Cast Off - R J Theodore

Genre: Sci-Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Lesbian Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book The Action Packed Conclusion to the Peridot Shift Trilogy Peridot is on the edge of annihilation. Once life-giving, the world’s Trade Winds are transforming people into soulless monsters. The surviving Alchemist gods neglect their followers or take advantage of them. Even worse, a delicate peace has been wasted, and everything and everyone is at stake, especially Meran, the mistreated embodiment of the planet. Captain Talis and the crew of Fortune’s Storm must try to do some good with what’s left of Peridot in the hope … Read more

Review: Salvage – R J Theodore

Salvage - R J Theodore

Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Sci-Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Lesbian, Gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Peridot is headed for its second cataclysm. War has broken ancient alliances, sealed borders, and locked down the skies. The Five, Peridot’s alchemist gods, have seen one of their number die and another fall in their efforts to protect their world from invaders beyond the stars. Defeated and diminished, they have ceased to answer the prayers of their people and have left the rapidly unraveling world to fend for itself. Talis and the orphaned crew of the lost airship Wind Sabre have a plan to … Read more

Review: Rembrandt’s Station – Christie Meierz

Rembrandt's Station - Christina Meierz

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Stationmaster and exiled aristocrat Albert St. John Rembrandt—Bertie to his friends—is in love with someone he’s always believed he can’t have, and finding out the hard way that some Tolari are as poisonous as their planet is only the beginning of his troubles. A ship has gone missing. His station is in crisis. Bertie must somehow recover his health and manage the disaster while trying to decide whether to accept genetic modification in order to be with the man he loves. And no Rembrandt has … Read more

Review: Winter’s Orbit – Everina Maxwell

Winter's Orbit - Everina Maxwell

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Prince Kiem, a famously disappointing minor royal and the Emperor’s least favorite grandchild, has been called upon to be useful for once. He’s commanded to fulfill an obligation of marriage to the representative of the Empire’s newest and most rebellious vassal planet. His future husband, Count Jainan, is a widower and murder suspect. Neither wants to be wed, but with a conspiracy unfolding around them and the fate of the empire at stake they will have to navigate the thorns and barbs of court intrigue, … Read more

Review: To a Fungus Unknown – William C. Tracy

To A Fungus Unknown - William C. Tracy

Genre: Sci-Fi, Colonization, Alien Contact LGBTQ+ Category: Various Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Forty years after landing on Lida, the colony still isn’t finished. Agetha has survived many more battles than she anticipated when she first landed on her new home planet. She’s older and wiser, has gained family and lost loved ones. And yet her reward for four decades of service is to be pushed to the colony’s outer edges with the other aging Generationals. But that was only the beginning of her adventure. The biomass has spent years studying the intruders who landed on … Read more

Review: Ship of Fools – H.L. Moore

Ship of Fools - H.L. Moore

Genre: Sci-Fi, Mystery LGBTQ+ Identities: Trans, Gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book On the 3rd Orbital Anniversary, a mining ship vanished, never to be heard from again. Twelve years later, Special Agent Evelyn Carlisle finds herself on the cusp of discovering what happened to it – if she can get the crew of the Galilean Moons Forensic Cleaning Company to talk. A tale from the Jovian Empire. The Review Moore delivers another tightly written story in the Jovian Empire, building suspense with an interrogation of a forensic cleaning crew run by a clueless man named Urhines … Read more

Review: Once Upon a Dance – Kim Fielding

Once Upon a Dance - Kim Fielding

Genre: Sci-Fi, Fairy Tale, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Dom is an aging house-android, toiling away for the cruel and ungrateful owners of an inn. He secretly dreams of freedom, friendship, and love. When an inn guest offers him the chance to attend a grand masquerade ball, Dom jumps at the opportunity. For a few precious hours he enjoys a level of independence he had never imagined—and the company of a handsome and kind prince of industry. Until the clock strikes midnight. The Review I love fairy tale retellings, especially when they … Read more

Review: The Third Front – E.M. Hamill

Third Front - E.M. Hamill

Genre: Sci-Fi LGBTQ+ Category: Non binary, gender fluid, pansexual, gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Dalí Tamareia has the terrorist Skadi in their sights – but bringing her in may cost them everything. Dalí’s role as an undercover operative is compromised, putting a target on their back and threatening the close-knit team aboard Thunder Child. A new lead on Miriam Skadi’s activities forces them back to Luna, where they must confront everything they tried to run from…including their changed relationship with Rion Sumner, who insists on backing up Dalí for this investigation. But Dalí is not … Read more