B. B.


Brit by birth, Yank by marriage.Voracious reader and newly addicted ebook lover. During the summer months I head for my retreat in the Catskill mountains where I chill out by relaxing, walking, swimming and of course reading.


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Smashwords book reviews by B. B.

  • Coming Out on July 05, 2010

    A short but enjoyable read that will appeal to anyone who likes stories which include spanking. Will certainly read more by this writer.
  • More Fun with Dick and Shane on July 05, 2010

    I bought the first book in this series elsewhere and loved it, so was very pleased to be able to pick up this follow on at a discount here on smashwords. I read a lot of gay erotica and have to say this is in a class of its own, its so much more than your average bdsm, sm titillation work. Its funny, witty and often quite touching, as well as downright dirty at times. The houseboy and his Daddies do it for me, I read it in one sitting, an afternoon well spent.
  • Winter Pink Skies on July 06, 2010

    The setting for the story is a hot July day and it made for very enjoyable reading on a hot July day. If you like fic with a domestic discipline theme that comprises more than just a string of loosely connected spanking scenes then this might be a book youll enjoy. Thoughtful and nicely written. Recommended summer reading.
  • Moving On on July 17, 2010

    A pleasant read for a rainy day. The erotic element was subtle, the story is much more about showing an emotional relationship than a sexual one and I found that refreshing in a book dealing with a version of power exchange. The characters are engaging and the writer also managed to convey some strong visual imagery. If you like your M/M fic to be all about graphic sex then this won’t be for you, but if you fancy something more emotionally engaging, which gives an interesting alternative view of a dom-sub dynamic then this might be the biscuit to accompany your tea.
  • The Human Factor on July 26, 2010

    Sci-fi is something I prefer to view via the medium of film rather than read about, but this was a well written story and I enjoyed it.
  • The Name on My Wrist on July 26, 2010

    This is sad, tender and sweet, but I couldn't help but feel that it's a prelude to a story rather than a story in itself. The reader is given a mere glimpse into James's life and then shut out. There's potential for much more here. I think the real story would be James moving on from his loss and learning to live again.
  • Peter and the Wolf on Sep. 14, 2010

    Thoroughly enjoyed this entertaining short story. It's nicely written, nicely humorous and sweetly romantic. Well done.
  • Bittersweet Seasons on Nov. 30, 2010

    Anyone looking for cheap thrills via gay sex stories will be disappointed by this collection, but that is not to say the book is disappointing. It's a slight aside from this author's usual style, though some of the stories do carry hints and referennces to the power exchange dynamic that characterises her writing. This is a set of love stories exemplified in the beautiful and moving tale of The Jade Talisman. A well written and often touching set of stories that show how beautiful love between men can be.
  • Dance With A Vampire on April 19, 2011

    This is a short read, but is beautifully crafted. It's a blend of humour, romance and almost lyrical prose. Well worth downloading and reading.
  • The Jack and Danny Chronicles on April 19, 2011

    Off the wall, completely off the wall, I liked it. What I admire about this writer is that she isn't afraid to take chances with language, character, dialogue, she has an unusual and distinctive style which stands apart from the crowd. The Danny and Jack story won't be to everyone's taste, because it is an unconventional read on several levels, but if you're looking for something different and fun, give it a go!