Review: The Goose Girl

cover-the goose girlTitle: The Goose Girl
Author: Robin Gallica
Series: – –
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Length: Novella
Available: 14th June

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While en route to Princess Ava’s royal wedding, Ava’s maid blackmails her into trading places by revealing a terrible family secret. Shocked and confused, the newly-demoted Ava tends the palace geese alongside Konrad, a cheerful, ambitious young man who is most at home in the outdoors. And as Ava learns more about the prince she was supposed to marry, she starts to think she might be better off with the geese.


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Review: The Cyborg He Brought Home

cover-the-cyborg-he-brought-homeTitle: The Cyborg He Brought Home
Author: A.M. Hawke
Series: – –
Genre: LGBT Sci-Fi Romance
Length: Short Story
Available: 26th Oct

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Jake is bored of life in Greentree, a settlement of wizards who eschew technology and channel their magic through tattoos. Then a visitor arrives: Cory, a cyborg with coppery hair and metallic hands. Jake is fascinated by Cory’s metal parts, curious what it would feel like to touch them. But the others in Greentree aren’t so sure about a visitor they consider unnatural…


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Review: The Errant Prince

cover-errant princeTitle: The Errant Prince
Author: Sasha L. Miller
Series: – –
Genre: M/M Fantasy Romance
Length: Novella
Available: Feb 18th

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Myron’s task is easy enough on the surface: locate the runaway Prince Tamsen and bring him home. But Tamsen is not merely a talented wizard, he’s an exceptionally stubborn one, and dozens of others have already failed at the task. When he manages to find the cabin where Tamsen is hiding, Myron isn’t foolish enough to mistake the find for a victory.

Instead of attempting to drag the prince home by force, Myron tries a different tact: patience. He might not be able to best Tamsen magically or physically, but Myron can certainly out-stubborn him. He’s nothing if not used to doing what other people say he can’t.

But neither prince nor soldier expected stubbornness to be the crack in armor they’ve both become adept at wearing…


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