Whatever you’d like to call it, gay romance, M/M fiction, or any other name attributed to the two main characters being male and having a sexual relationship together, it’s a genre I’ve been reading quite a lot of lately. This wasn’t exactly intentional, but perhaps somewhere in my unconscious brain, I wanted to read about boys getting it on!? Any why the hell not?
I know a lot of people out in the blogosphere may not be keen on the idea of gay romance, boys kissing boys (as well as other things) but I have to say I thoroughly enjoy a great M/M romance just as much as a M/F romance or a F/F romance. I don’t tend to limit myself to just reading straight romance, why would I when there’s so much fantastically written M/M and F/F romance out there? Continue reading →
A lot of people might be a touch surprised to hear that I read m/m or gay romance, but I’m here to tell you that this trilogy is one of the sweetest and loving romances that I have read (that includes m/m, f/f or m/f romance!). It pales into insignificance that the two protagonists are both male. All I could feel from them was a warmth and love that all couples should share, regardless of their gender.
I have just finished the final book in the Ennek Series by Kim Fielding. Kim primarily writes gay fiction and she has a total of 13 books out at the moment. I have only read three of her books, but I will be reading more I can assure you. All her books are currently available on Amazon for a range of prices from $0.99 up to $6.99 for her newer books.
The Ennek series is a fantasy and adventure tale – it delves into Ennek’s life. He is the youngest son of the Chief of Praesidium. It explores magic, politics, human emotion, action and adventure and wraps it all up nicely with a bit of romance.
Be warned that the synopsis of each subsequent book may contain slight spoilers, so if book 1 sounds interesting and you think you might like to read them, perhaps shut your eyes for the second and third books. 🙂
This book shelf is really only reserved for those books that really REALLY are special. The characters have to connect with me on one or more levels and I have to truly care for them. There are a lot of books out there that I’ve loved, that have even gotten 5 stars, but aren’t on this list. Similarly, some of the books in this shelf haven’t gotten 5 stars, but I loved the characters. If you’re keen to see the whole list (currently 14) you can view it from my profile page on Goodreads. Continue reading →