In 2010 I wrote an article about a few M/M books that resonated with me because of a comment from Josephine Myles about a book I had recommended to her. I posted three similar articles since then but I’ve been so busy recently I forgot to give you some more recommendations of books that you might have missed if you’re new to this genre, so today I’m making up for the long delay..
My previous recommendations included:
A Note in the Margin by Isabelle Rowan
Zero at the Bone by Jane Seville
Caught Running by Madeleine Urban and Abigail Roux
Tigers and Devils by Sean Kennedy
The Draegan Lords series by M.L. Rhodes
The Adrien English series by Josh Lanyon
Snowball in Hell by Josh Lanyon
Faith and Fidelity by Tere Michaels
Almost Like Being in Love by Steve Kluger
and many others.
These books are all linked in the individual posts below.
Here are my newest recommendations. This time I’m not summarizing the reviews but I’m linking them. A couple of these books involve cheating, 2 or 3 of them are M/M/M romances, which may be themes you do not care for, and a few of them are books that are not exactly romances. In addition, tastes vary, so you should read the reviews before buying any of them:
Captain’s Surrender by Alex Beecroft
Deputy Joe series (Spin Out; Hard Fall; Laying Ghosts; Laying Ghosts) by James Buchanan
Irregulars anthology by Nicole Kimberling, Josh Lanyon, Astrid Amara and Ginn Hale
Bareback by Chris Owen
Strawberries for Dessert by Marie Sexton
Zero Hour: A Dystopian Adventure by Jordan Castillo Price
One More Soldier by Marie Sexton
Hot Head by Damon Suede
Dangerous Ground series by Josh Lanyon
Dash & Dingo by Sean Kennedy and Catt Ford
A Face Without a Heart by Rick R. Reed
Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Lynn Lorenz
Dear Mister President by Adam Fitzroy
I’ll be Your Drill, Soldier by Crystal Rose
The Dark Tide by Josh Lanyon
9-1-1 by Chris Owen
Sins of the Messiah by Jaye Valentine and Reno MacLeod
Driftwood by Harper Fox
Fire Season by Lex Valentine
Muscling Through by J.L. Merrow
Last Days of Summer by Steve Kluger
Taking you Home by Cooper Davis
Take My Picture by Giselle Ellis
More by Sloan Parker
There are many, many more wonderful older books I could have recommended, but you can check out the reviewers’ and my top books at the end of December each year to find at least 4 or 5 more great books that you may have overlooked, or have never read, if you’re new to the genre. Just go to our archive and select the month of December each year.
I hope you find some enjoyable books off this list and the others I mentioned in the post. Happy reading!