Review of Rafe: The Buff Male Nanny

Rafe: The Buff Male Nanny by Rebekah Weatherspoon. 2018 Read by Lacey Laurel. Content Warnings for review: References to an abusive relationship in the past and sex on the page. Hilarious, hot, and full of heart, this romance between a surgeon and her new nanny for her twin daughters feels exactly like the domestic sweetness … Continue reading Review of Rafe: The Buff Male Nanny

Review of From Scratch

From Scratch by Katrina Jackson. 2017.  I found this contemporary m/m/f polyamorous erotic romance utterly delightful! It has so many things I love, all together in one fluffy package: a lovely meet-cute, a really sweet friends to lovers arc, humor, heat, heart, baked goods, queerness, excellent friendships, polyamory, stellar fat representation. I laughed out loud … Continue reading Review of From Scratch

On being careful what we call fluff

Note: while this discusses a particular book, it is not a review. It’s an essay talking about the way we frame books like this, discuss them, rec them, promote them, and especially, review them. This was originally posted at xanwest.wordpress.com. (As a heads up, this post contains discussions and examples of bullying, sexual harassment, outing, and … Continue reading On being careful what we call fluff