Why I Read M/M ~ Introduction to Leisa


Why I read M/M Romance?

I first fell in love with romance novels when I read my older sister’s copy of Love Story by flashlight while hiding under my bed covers when I was twelve years old.  Soon, I discovered that my grandmother, a dreamer who wore large costume jewelry and bright red lipstick, had countless Harlequin Romances scattered throughout her house that I could pirate, and an addiction was born.  A few years ago, I bought my first e-reader, and I began to read romances by many different authors, and I stumbled upon author Lorelei James during my cowboy romance phase.  While reading one of her M/F/M books, I found the relationship and the racy scenes between the two male characters much more interesting and compelling that any of the scenes involving the female character.  My Kindle was soon filled with delicious M/M romances, and I never tire of reading them!  I find the relationships between two men in M/M romances to be especially delicious!  There’s just something about two strong, independent men together in a loving and sexy relationship that’s simply amazing.  I’m now a total M/M romance junkie, and they are the only romances I now read.  Nothing makes the stress of my day fade away like reading a great M/M romance!

Authors to Watch:

  1. Eli Easton:  Blame it on the Mistletoe was amazing – Any author that can make a single kiss as sexy as Easton did in this book is ridiculously talented!
  2. Cara Dee:  Aftermath was so good that I actually hid in the bathroom at work to read it on my I-Phone.
  3. Riley Hart:  She recently followed up her phenomenal first book Collide with her new M/M/M book Broken Pieces that is touching, hot, and emotionally raw all at the same time.
  4. K-Lee Klein:  She recently took her writing to a whole new level with Unbreak my Heart, and I can’t wait to read what she writes next.
  5. Sam B. Morgan:  Morgan’s recent book Slow Burn was one of those books that grabs you when you start it, and the next thing you know it’s 2am and you have to get up early for work.  You’re tired, but not sorry you stayed up reading the book!
  6. Ella Frank:  This M/F author made the jump to the glorious M/M side of the fence with her book Try, and it was amazing!
  7. Lana McGregor:  His Roommate’s Pleasure about the sexual awakening of two college boys was simply fun to read.  I’ll be back for seconds.
  8. Parker Williams:  His recent book with K.C. Wells Someone to Keep Me captured sweet innocence and sweeter decadence simultaneously. He just keeps getting better and better!
  9. River Jaymes:  The Backup Boyfriend was a lovely example of the gay/out for you trope.  I will never pass up the opportunity to read one of Jaymes’ books!
  10. Finn Marlowe:  I have re-read Not His Kiss to Take several times – what a yummy, kinky book with characters that were actually interesting and likable!  Whether it’s a short story or a novel, I have never been disappointed by anything written by Marlowe.

Farewell Giveaway
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.

Thank you so much for your support over the last 4 years. Prism will be closing its doors on 1 April 2017. All content will remain available, but no new content will appear after 31 Mar 2017. As such all request forms have been turned off. Again Thank you,

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4 thoughts on “Why I Read M/M ~ Introduction to Leisa

  1. interesting insight into why you read M/M….and I agree on a lot of your authors and will keep an eye out for the ones that are new to me 🙂

  2. A list of newish authors that have had a good start. Several of them I’ve put on my to watch list. Thanks for sharing =)

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