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    Great, varied collection from talented authors

    What a great and varied collection of m/m romances from a few of my favorite authors and a new to me author. Certainly if you've been waiting to try more than one of these books/series, this is a great way to see if they're for you. Off Base by Annabeth Albert 4 stars- Off Base is an out-for-you romance pairing a Navy Seal with a college professor. Zack and Pike start as acquaintances linked by mutual friends. This existing connection ended up being really nice because it made their living situation and eventual relationship more believable, especially considering how patient Pike had to be while Zack decided if he wanted to be out. There was a lot of back and forth as Pike and Zack worked through their issues, and though that would normally wear on me, the steady character growth and relationship development kept me from getting too frustrated. The writing in Off Base was smooth, the pacing steady, and the dialogue fit the characters well and developed Zack and Pike’s personalities, making it easy to picture the scenes playing out. I put off starting this series longer than I should have, despite hearing lots of praise for it and knowing I liked this author’s writing style. The release of this set finally spurred me into action, and I know I’ll be returning for more from the Out of Uniform series. Loose Cannon by Sidney Bell 4.5 stars- Loose Cannon was an emotionally taxing book for me. Clearly it resonated because I felt EVERYTHING, but not in a way I anticipated. This was very much along the lines of a hurt-comfort book, but kicked up a notch. The writing is fantastic- the plot flows, the pacing steady, the characters are flushed out and developed, the conflicts believable, and the resolutions satisfying. Filled with flawed but likable characters whom I found interesting and complex, Loose Cannon had my full attention from start to finish. While some of the behavior and responses didn’t sit well with me, Miss Bell does a stellar job explaining the emotions fueling those moments. Even when I was frustrated, I couldn’t be irritated because I understood. I don’t think I’ve ever read a coming-out romance that explained those emotions quite so well. If you’re a fan of the emotional journeys that leave you feeling wrung out and characters overcoming their pasts, this is a must read. Single Malt by Layla Reyne 4.5 stars- Single Malt is a fast paced story that never stops moving. It follows a new FBI partnership tasked with investigating the hacking of a contagious disease laboratory. As expected with a plot involving new partners, there’s tension as Jamie and Aiden learn more about one another and adjust to working together and eventually a strong romantic connection emerges. While the romance is certainly central to the story, it isn’t the star of the plot for me and really doesn’t develop much until the latter part of the book. When it does catch fire, the chemistry and tension that simmers throughout the story combusts, so there’s certainly no disappointment there. I loved this entire series and recommend it to anyone who likes law enforcement romances starring vibrant characters and complete with snappy dialogue. On Duty by A.R. Barley 3 stars- This was the first time I’ve read a book by the author and I found the characters of On Duty pretty well developed and the writing to flow well. For the most part, I enjoyed the book, though it was a little up and down for me. On Duty features an interesting dynamic between Troy and Alex, with them having different careers but working in the same station. I also thought the way their friendship and relationship began to be fairly unique, and it definitely captured my attention right away. Unfortunately, the relationship evolved a little too quickly for my taste and I ended up feeling that the romance lost some of its power. There's a lot going on in the latter part of On Duty and, while I remained engaged and invested in the characters, the execution felt a little rushed and overly simplified and it just didn't live up to my initial expectations. *eARC received via Layla Reyne. The authors and publisher had no influence over this review*
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