Recommended Reads for May, 2010

I have been very remiss in not posting the list of recommended reads every month and I apologise. To make amends I’m posting those books that were rated as 4.5 and higher on the site during May. I’ll post April later in the week.

Recommended Read Titles – May

Skipping Stones by D.J. Manly; 4.5 stars – Amber Allure (Aunt Lynn)
Nine-Tenths of the Law by L.A. Witt; 4.5 stars – Samhain Publishing (Wave)
Mobry’s Dick by K.Z. Snow; 5 stars – Loose Id (Jenre)
Life After Joe by Harper Fox; 4.5 stars – Carina Press (Wave)
Tatterdemalion by Anah Crow and Dianne Fox; 4.5 stars – Samhain Publishing (Jenre)
Angel of Thirteenth Street by Eden Winters; 5+ stars – Torquere Books (John)
Idaho Pride by Sarah Black; 4.5 stars – Dreamspinner Press (Val)
Hayashi’s Hero by Marie Harte; 4.5 stars – Loose Id (John)
Timing by Mary Calmes; 4.5 stars – Dreamspinner Press (Aunt Lynn)
In and Out by L.B. Gregg; 5 stars – Aspen Mountain Press (Jenre)
The One That Broke Free by T.C. Blue; 4.5 stars – Torquere Books (Wave)
Secret Skin by Sean Michael; 4.5 stars – Torquere Books (Wave)
After The Storm by Chrissy Munder; 4.5 stars – Dreamspinner Press (Kassa)

Last Gasp by Erastes, Chris Smith, Jordan Taylor and Charlie Cochrane; 5 stars – Noble Romance (Leslie)
Puppy Love 2: Building a Family by Jeff Erno; 5 stars – Fanny Press (Jenre)
Lessons in Trust by Charlie Cochrane; 5+ stars – Samhain Publishing (Aunt Lynn)
Be The Air For You by T.A. Chase; 4.5 stars – Amber Allure (Wave)
Urban Shaman by Lyn Gala; 4.5 stars – Dreamspinner press (Kassa)
The Blue Moon Cafe by Rick R. Reed; 4.75 stars – Amber Allure (Jenre)
Dear Mister President by Adam Fitzroy; 5+ stars – Manifold Press (Wave)
Probation by Tom Mendicino; 5 stars – Kensington (Leslie)
Dark Designs by Luisa Prieto; 4.75 stars – MLR Press (Alexi)
Thaw by Jordan Castillo Price; 4.5 stars – JCP Books (Wave)

 

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6 comments

  • Hi Jen
    I guess you won’t quit because you get bad books to review: )

    John and Kassa are threatening to go on strike unless they get better books – I keep telling them I don’t write the damn books. 🙂

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  • I seem to have had a pretty good reading month in May – 3, 5 star reviews. That’s quite extraordinary seeing as I rarely give a 5 star grade.

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  • Thanks for the list. With so many books being released it’s easy for me to forget a book and it’s review, even those I was serious about buying and reading. Tatterdemalion and The One That Broke Free had caught my interest but I had totally forgot about them.

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