I Shouldn’t Have to Tell You Queer Bashers Aren’t Hot

This is pure insanity and it smacks of hetero privilege.

'Nathan Burgoine

Yesterday I clicked and read a freebie book on my phone, and it made me so very angry. I clicked it because the blurb made it sound like a “gay guy goes back to small hometown where he grew up and swore he’d never return” story, and I generally like a second-chance romance. I like the stories where the gay guy comes back to the place that made him feel small and wrong and shows them that he is neither, and falls in love along the way, probably with his “arch nemesis” (described in the blurb).
That’s what the book sounded like. But the blurb was way, way off.
It went to incredibly off the rails on nearly every level. If I’d just looked at some of the other reviews first, I might have avoided it (I say might because this book has mostly positive, gushing reviews about how lovely…

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‘Still Waters’ (Memoirs of the Human Wraiths Book 3) by F.E. Feeley Jr. #LGBT #Halloween #GhostStories #Murder #Mystery #Promises #Suspense #LoveStory

A review for an older book of mine, a horror novel, called Still Waters. Thanks Rainbow!

Rainbow Gold Reviews

Wendy reviews ‘Still Waters’ (Memoirs of the Human Wraiths Book 3) by F. E. Feeley Jr. Publilshed by Dreamspinner Press March 30, 2015, 222 pages.

Memoirs of the Human Wraiths

Promise, Michigan is very much like every other small town across the state. Built on the edge of a lake, the homes sit in neat little rows in cute little neighborhoods. During the summer Promise bustles with tourists who come to spend their vacation dollars and enjoy the lake’s refreshingly cold water. But Promise holds a terrible secret. In the center of the lake is an abandoned island where a curse is rumored to wait for victims, unabated and deadly. Most think it’s just a story, something used to keep kids out of trouble. Still, everyone gives it a wide berth. Everyone except Bret and Adam. They dare to venture out the night of Bret’s birthday. When they declared their…

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