Sam E

Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (106 of 115)
Location: UK
In My Own Words:
I read anything. Love m/m genre and dabble in fantasy stuff too.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 11,778 - Total Helpful Votes: 106 of 115
Meatworks by Jordan Castillo Price
Meatworks by Jordan Castillo Price
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 9 July 2014
I have to admit to Meatworks being my first JCP book. Ever. Psycops and all the others have passed me by in a bit of blur and honestly I only decided to read this one because it was a buddy read and I was a touch intrigued by the subject matter. A man with a robotic arm? Yes, why the hell not.

In all honestly Des the (anti-hero) pi*sed me off big time - I was frustrated by him, he had Corey who was fully in control of his own bit of prosthesis all up in his face and was he bothered? Not in the slightest. It had me wanting to slap him around the face with his own robotic attachment.

Corey however was wonderful. Hands (pun intended) down wonderful. He challenged Des at… Read more
Old Loyalty, New Love by Mary Calmes
Old Loyalty, New Love by Mary Calmes
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 26 Dec 2013
This is one of the best shifter books I've read in a while. It was, beautifully written.

A new shifter series (I'm assuming) the story revolves around Quade. A Jackal shifter. He is a seer, a true Alpha, one that can not only change humans into shifters but also heal to. More powerful than a 'normal' alpha he has been estranged from his pack for over twenty years after being turfed out due to his sexuality.

For the past fourteen years he has been a body guard to the scarred and disfigured Roman. Employed by Roman's father he became Romans protector and right hand man, whilst all the while shifting in secret and trying to hide it from Roman. It slowly becomes apparent… Read more
Grumble Monkey and the Department Store Elf by B.G. Thomas
5.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous little story, 24 Dec 2013
If you are looking for a gorgeous short with a wonderful good factor about it then this is the book.

Grumble Monkey Nick St George has everything he needs. Money, a good business, expensive clothes and car. But money can't buy you everything. One snowy, stormy evening whilst wallowing in self pity he travels to San Francisco. On his way he picks up the flamboyant Kit, a department store elf, promising artist and who is a cute as a button. The two are complete opposites. Nick can't understand why anyone would want to flaunt their sexuality (he hates it), Kit can't understand why anyone would want to hide it.

The two begin a journey of self discovery and it made me a… Read more