Tag: BL

REVIEW: Red Embrace from Argent Games

The graveyard shift at a dingy diner in San Francisco -- that's where MC's story begins. It's just another normal night, or at least it seems to be. ...That is, until a certain mysterious customer stops by, bringing the dangerous attention of a few people with him. When it rains, it pours, and suddenly MC … Continue reading REVIEW: Red Embrace from Argent Games

REVIEW: Alpha Hole Prison from Y Press Games

Earthling Miguel Sanchez has been sentenced to life at Alpha Hole, a notorious space prison. His survival depends on using his charms to convince a powerful ally to protect him.Warnings: dubcon, mentions of noncon, abuse, violence and suicideCategory: M/M Alpha Hole Prison is a VN game that was funded on Kickstarter. It features an Earthling … Continue reading REVIEW: Alpha Hole Prison from Y Press Games

REVIEW: The Demon and The Emperor by Yamila Abraham

Newly crowned Emperor Dianese needs the power of the lascivious demon Rodukjo to solidify his authority. The mighty demon asks for a dear price in exchange for his aid, one Dianese has no choice but to accept. The Emperor expects a life of suffering at the hands of the demon, but as their partnership evolves … Continue reading REVIEW: The Demon and The Emperor by Yamila Abraham

REVIEW: Abduction by Amelita Rae

In a freak accident, the hull of Hisao’s ship is breached by meteor debris and the young spaceman is sucked out into space. Terrified, alone and rapidly running out of oxygen, the young man waits to die until a bright light suddenly appears and sucks him into it. For a moment, Hisao thinks he HAS … Continue reading REVIEW: Abduction by Amelita Rae

REVIEW: Demoted by Alicia Cameron

In a world where intellect and achievement are valued above all else, a young man risks everything to save his brother from a life of slavery. Thrown into a harsh, unyielding world where slaves are treated as less than animals, Sascha struggles to come to terms with everything he knows being ripped away from him, … Continue reading REVIEW: Demoted by Alicia Cameron

REVIEW: Magebound by Katica Locke

A slave since the age of eight, Lark has been brutalized and victimized for almost as long as he can remember. When he finds himself the property of Lord Naeven Sactaren, a man as frightening as he is beautiful, his world is turned completely upside down as he’s thrown into a new life of magic, … Continue reading REVIEW: Magebound by Katica Locke

20 Reading Questions

Snagged this list of book questions off of Twitter and thought I could do a great blog post here with them! I unfortunately do not have information on the originator of it, since it's been circulating so wide on Twitter, but here we go:1- Favourite Genre to Read:I love reading epic fantasy novels, with sprawling … Continue reading 20 Reading Questions

REVIEW: Togainu no Chi ~Lost Blood~ from Nitro+CHiRAL

In the years following a third world war, a devastated Japan is divided between two rival factions with no hope for reconstruction in sight. Caught between East and West, Tokyo has degenerated into a brutal, crime-ridden wasteland.Like many of those reaching adulthood in this dark new world, a young man named Akira seeks some kind … Continue reading REVIEW: Togainu no Chi ~Lost Blood~ from Nitro+CHiRAL

REVIEW: Counterpoint by Rachel Haimowitz

Ayden’s life has long been guided by two emotions: love for his sister, and hatred of all things human. When he’s captured in battle, he is enslaved in the service of a human prince, Freyrik Farr. Freyrik’s always known elves to be beautiful and dangerous, but never has one affected him as deeply as Ayden. … Continue reading REVIEW: Counterpoint by Rachel Haimowitz

REVIEW: Tribute by Lisa Henry

When the fearsome warlord Brasius chooses Kynon as his tribute, Kynon tells himself it’s the price of peace, and that he can endure anything. If his slavery will save his father’s kingdom, then he will be a slave and submit to every indignity the warlord and the senate of Segasa require of him. He can … Continue reading REVIEW: Tribute by Lisa Henry