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Articles / October 7, 2019

Did you know that you can sign up for the SBTB Daily Digest – our once-a-day (hence: daily) newsletter that emails the newest content every day (see? daily!) around 12pm ET? If you hate missing a deal on a book, or want to see the latest cover snark or critical discussion we’re having here, sign up and you won’t miss a single day. We have so many excellent new reviewers, too, so we’re going to have more outstanding new reviews every week. I set up the SBTB Daily so that you receive the newest content, and you get the entire post – no excerpts. This is contrary to a LOT of advice about RSS newsletters, let me tell you. The theory, I believe, is that a newsletter should drive traffic back to the site, so an excerpt should tempt readers to head over to the HQ for the rest of the mayhem. Now, I do like when you visit, and I love that our traffic increases month-to-month (that helps keep us in business), but I also want subscribers to, you know, get the SBTB content they’re looking for. So if you subscribe, you get the entirety of our newest content, including that…

Erotic Romance, Fluffers, & More
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Articles / October 7, 2019

When All the Girls Have Gone When All the Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz is $1.99! Elyse read this one and gave it a B: I could have used a little more depth to Max and Charlotte’s relationship, but aside from that, I found When All the Girls Have Gone to be a solid romantic mystery without any terrifying elements, and I’ll definitely be picking up the next book in the series. Jayne Ann Krentz, the New York Times bestselling author of Secret Sisters, delivers a thrilling novel of the deceptions we hide behind, the passions we surrender to, and the lengths we’ll go to for the truth…   When Charlotte Sawyer is unable to contact her step-sister, Jocelyn, to tell her that one her closest friends was found dead, she discovers that Jocelyn has vanished. Beautiful, brilliant—and reckless—Jocelyn has gone off the grid before, but never like this. In a desperate effort to find her, Charlotte joins forces with Max Cutler, a struggling PI who recently moved to Seattle after his previous career as a criminal profiler went down in flames—literally. Burned out, divorced and almost broke, Max needs the job. After surviving a near-fatal attack, Charlotte and Max turn…

American Love Story by Adriana Herrera
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Articles / October 7, 2019

B- American Love Story by Adriana Herrera October 7, 2019 · Carina Press LGBTQIARomance American Love Story is a difficult book for me to grade. It’s the third book in a series on my to-read list. I decided to jump in here, but I don’t recommend following my lead and reading this as a stand-alone. American Love Story has socially-minded heroes, delightful chosen family, and a dollop of politics. Sadly, a frustrating lead left me struggling to persevere through the first half of the book. Patrice Denis is a Haitian-American professor who moves to Cornell University for his first teaching gig. Patrice claims he was drawn by the presence of his best friend, Caribbean restaurateur Nesto, but it hasn’t escaped his attention that his summertime hookup, Easton, also lives in Ithaca. Easton Archer is a “SVU” assistant District Attorney, and a wealthy man who is friends with everyone Patrice knows. Easton’s been crushing hard on Patrice, and hopes to build on their intense connection now that they’re living in the same town, but Patrice shuts down Easton’s attempts to flirt with him. Patrice writes about racial justice on Twitter and in his research. Is his activism incompatible with dating a…

Cover Snark: On Call at Nips General
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Articles / October 7, 2019

*chants* Cover snark! Cover snark! *chants* Amanda: Another doctor on call at Nips General Hospital. Sarah: I wonder what their private practice wall art is like. I bet it isn’t sunsets and successories about health. Shana: So. Many. Veins. It must be easy for him to do a blood draw on himself. AJ: Sir, please put your shirt on, I’m not here for that kind of injection. Lara: I’m looking at that raised shape on this forehead and I can think of two possibilities: 1. Intensely angry with his naughty abs and/or penis . 2. He’s shapeshifting into a unicorn! Catherine: Lara, your second suggestion is spot on. And obviously it takes effort to shapeshift, which is why all his veins are popping out. (Incidentally, since when are veins sexy to non-vampire people? Or am I the only one who finds them unappealing?) Sneezy: Could he be part Klingon? CarrieS: You’d think a doctor would know how dangerous that amount of dehydration is. Amanda: Nothing says romance like a disembodied pair of legs. Sarah: That you wear like handlebars. Carrie: Mannequin IV: The Yoga version. Elyse: I’m not an expert or anything, but I don’t think that sex position works…unless…