Tag Archives: Anne Brooke

Review: Where You Hurt the Most

Where You Hurt the Most
Where You Hurt the Most by Anne Brooke
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Anne Brooke always impresses me. I quite literally love her writing. There’s a sophistication and refinement to the clean, sparse prose that sets her apart. In fact I enjoyed reading the writing more so than the story itself, which wasn’t slacking. The theme of pain is one that Brooke has dabbled in before and intense concepts are truly her forte. Love, longing, need, desire, and characters that are anything but easy combine to offer a deeply moving yet still light story. I didn’t walk away depressed or depleted from an angst ridden story. Instead the quick story manages to be hopeful and inject laughter amid the intensity. Continue reading

Review: The Art of the Delaneys

The Art of the Delaneys  (The Delaneys #3)The Art of the Delaneys by Anne Brooke
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Delaney’s series is a very entertaining excuse for some hot ménage sex. The various installments don’t really add much to the characterization or overall plot but the setups manage to make for some fun and hot sex scenes. The third installment is set up at Liam’s place of business and involves an art scam. This of course is just a way for Liam to have some hot and dirty sex with the mob twins but who’s complaining. Continue reading

Review: Entertaining The Delaneys

Entertaining The Delaneys (The Delaneys #2)Entertaining The Delaneys by Anne Brooke
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Entertaining the Delaneys is the sequel to The Delaney’s and Me. Like the first short story, this one is a sex scene that seeks to delve slightly deeper into the characters and their complicated relationship. More kinks come to the surface and more depth to the various men in what promises to be a series of short stories. I’m not sure I like or even appreciate the characters in such short, stunted vinaigrettes versus a longer, more fleshed out story but the individual scenes are smoking hot and easy to read so fans won’t be disappointed.

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Review: Brady’s Choice

Brady's Choice

Title: Brady’s Choice
Author: Anne Brooke
Publisher: Amber Allure
Length: 20 pages
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Thirty-six-year-old potter Brady Treherne is shocked to come face-to-face with his ex-lover, Philip, during what appears to be a simple job interview. Philip was both the love of Brady’s life and the man who got away, and seeing him now catapults Brady into revisiting memories he’d hoped he’d left behind. [...]

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A Dangerous Man by Anne Brooke

A Dangerous Man
Title: A Dangerous Man
Author: Anne Brooke
Publisher: Bristlecone Pine Press (ecopy) and Cheyenne Publishing (paperback)
Length: Novel / 250 pgs
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Michael Jones, a young gay artist and part-time prostitute will do anything to stage his first exhibition. When he falls in love with rich financier, Jack Hutchinson, he seems set to achieve his [...]


After finishing A Dangerous Man I’m incredibly impressed with Brooke’s ability to evoke emotion, tension, angst, and mystery. This novel is a compelling story that left me breathless, heart broken, and depressed. I’m glad I could experience the author’s incredible talent yet I wish I’d never read this either. I can easily recommend the story but with the caveat that it’s not easy and definitely no happy ending, yet the brilliance of the writing is something to experience.[...]

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Tommy’s Blind Date by Anne Brooke

Tommy’s Blind Date by Anne Brooke

Title: Tommy’s Blind Date
Author: Anne Brooke
Publisher: Amber Allure
Length:: Short Story/38 pgs
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Thirty-two-year-old IT consultant Tommy Godolphin has been on a series of blind dates, as he doesn’t want to be single any more. None of the dates, however, really hits the spot, and the latest one has proven a complete, if amusing, disaster. [...]

A Stranger’s Touch by Anne Brooke

A Stranger’s Touch by Anne Brooke

Male prostitute, Red, is given an assignment by his pimp and lover, Robbie, with a very unusual client. Red meets the stranger in a darkened house in London and, during their sessions, he learns more than he ever knew about lust, love and his own personal history.

How will his curious and life-enhancing encounters with the stranger affect his relationship with Robbie and his clients, and can love ever be part of a hooker’s life at all?

definitely different…

Painting From Life by Anne Brooke

Painting From Life by Anne Brooke

Love is never what you think. When a painter goes beyond the degree of intimacy that provides the connection between him and his newly-discovered muse, he is forced to undergo a re-evaluation of the true meaning of love. In a strange wist on the Dorian Gray theme, perhaps the artist steals the subject’s essence as love and art meld into one.

Everyone does love Dorian Gray…


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