BAD VALENTINE is the brand new series of lighthearted Valentine’s Day shorts by four different authors, each story written with the same opening line: Nothing good ever came of a Valentine.
Love Magic by Jesi Lea Ryan (Paranormal MM Romance, 10k words)
The day I met Derrick while playing my violin in the Park was magical. Unfortunately, love and magic don’t always mix.
RJ: Oh wow, this ticked all my valentines boxes, a little bit of magic, and iI laughed out loud in places. A new to me author that I will be checking out more of.
Quill Me Now by Jordan Castillo Price (Paranormal MM Romantic Comedy, 25k words)
Dixon Penn’s family wasn’t terribly shocked when he announced he was gay. But they were devastated to find out he’s the only one without the gift of Spellcraft.
RJ: All kinds of magic, and double dealings.
Hidden Hearts by Clare London (Contemporary MM Romantic Comedy, 15k words)
Ethan’s dating history is one long catastrophe, until a mis-matched Valentines date with Kel brings the hope of new love. That’s assuming the romance survives a few more disasters!
RJ: This is my favorite of all the books – OMG, I have never laughed so much at a story. So brilliantly written, and highly recommended. A fab love match, two gorgeous guys, perfect for each other. Loved it.
Temporary Dad by Dev Bentham (Contemporary MM Romance, 22k words)
A one night stand that should have started a love story and the stupid lie that got in the way. Add a disruptive seven-year-old and mayhem ensues. For Nick and Dylan, there are plenty of twists on the road to happy ever after.
RJ: Aww, this was so cute – I love the teacher premise, and Nick and Dylan, were so sweet and hot.