Review: Bedtime Stories by Anna Martin, Tia Fielding, Blaine D. Arden, Liam Livings, MJ O’Shea, Kit Mullender & B. Snow

September 30, 2014 Review 0

Review: Bedtime Stories by Anna Martin, Tia Fielding, Blaine D. Arden, Liam Livings, MJ O’Shea, Kit Mullender & B. Snow

From supernatural tales of intrigue to a curious modern romance, a thoroughly British relationship and a classic fairytale all twisted up, Bedtime Stories is a collection of short stories designed to be read one at a time, at bedtime. Let us wish you goodnight with gay romances that are sure to leave you ready for a night of sweet, lingering dreams.

Title: Bedtime Stories
Author: Anna Martin, Blaine D. Arden, Kit Mullender & B. Snow, Liam Livings, MJ O’Shea, Tia Fielding
Published by Wilde City Press
Source: Publisher
Published: August 20, 2014
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 261
See the title at Goodreads
Stars: five-stars
Flames: four-flames

Isn’t that juts the prettiest cover?  *sigh* Got my interest, and I am not usually into covers that much.  Now if he were actually reading these bedtime stories to me . . . *blurring to dream sequence*


 Whiskey Wishes by Anna Martin

*hearing a lovely Irish lilt* Two guys come out of the closet and find love and acceptance in a small town outside Dublin – Kilbeggan, Ireland.  Lovely story.


Flickers by Tia Fielding

*husky Kentucky drawl* A ghost playing match maker?  Well in a roundabout way.  Mostly he just wanted to get back to the only “home” he ever knew.


 Click Your Heels Three Times by Blaine D. Arden

*proper aristocratic English* Magic and spells abound in this thrilling story of betrayal overcome by love.


Frangipani Kisses by Liam Livings

*shades of Graham Norton whisper in my ear* And yes, this read like Graham Norton talks – fast and kind of all over the place.  This is a story about losing one’s job and finding the world.  A rather inspiring story really.


 Charmed by MJ O’Shea

*New York rush* Can a jaded, one-night-only type of guy find his soul mate and love at first sight?  Trying to maintain his tough guy image while being romanced is impossible and scary as hell.  A lovely, sweet romance.  *sigh*


 Torch by Kit Mullender

*rusty, bluesy voice* Can one fall in love with just a voice?  Maybe.  But it is so much better when one finds that voice attached to a surly body one has known for years.  A nicely surreal story.


Miles To Go by B. Snow

*west coast with a hint of Valley Girl* What do you do when your wife accuses you of being gay, leaves, and threatens divorce if you don’t start dating guys?  Fall for the babysitter, of course.  Some interesting twists to this one.


*jerks awake* Oh sorry!  Er – um – where was I?  Oh yes, lovely cover, to go with some equally lovely stories.  Each of these were wonderful stories about the magic of love.  *sigh* I thoroughly enjoyed every one.  They were well written with satisfying endings.  Anyone of them would make a wonderful bedtime story to fall asleep with.  Sweet dreams.



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