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M/M ebooks...

Ok, am trying to make a To Read list for M/M ebooks and have used some recs found across the net (with some focus on Dreamspinner Press) but don't have a lot to go on.

In this case, the easiest option seemed to be a poll XD

Poll #1574278 Future M/M reading list

What to read?

Blurring The Lines by SA Payne
Boys of Summer by Cooper Davis
Clean_Slate by Aleksandr Voinov and Barbara Sheridan
Fatal Shadows by Josh Lanyon
Half of the Other by Joanne Kells
His Beautiful Samurai by Sedonia Guillone
State of Mind by Libby Drew
The Bones of Summer by Anne Brooke
The Ghost Wore Yellow Socks by Josh Lanyon
The Long Way Home by Z A Maxfield
The Slayer's Apprentice by Zathyn Priest
Warrior's Cross by Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux
Zero At The Bone by Jane Seville

Also, if y'all have any suggestions for ebooks, am all ears :D :D
JOSH LANYON OMG. LOL I recently read his Adrien English Mystery Series that starts with Fatal Shadows and dude it was so friggin' good! I loved it. He writes so well, seriously, it was so refreshing to read a m/m book series that doesn't read like bad fanfiction. Plus, Adrien English is a really great character, well fleshed out and fully flawed. I love that. <3
It's such a great series and while the mysteries aren't the best I've ever read, the characters, I think, more than make up for it.
I had the honor of reading State of Mind before it was published, then couldn't wait to buy an actual hard-copy of it (you know Libby Drew is Sansa, right?). It's absolutely wonderful. I'd give it five stars (of 5)

The only other one on your list that I've read is Zero at the Bone, which I enjoyed quite a bit too. I'd give it 4 or 4.5 stars.

One you don't have on your list is Downtime (5 stars), by Tamara Allen, aka James Allen. I read it as an ebook first then bought a hardcopy to read again later. How something without any explicit sex can be so hot I don't know, but it is. She has another, Whistling in the Dark (4.5 stars), which is good too.
i've been so unlucky in my ebooks, cher. i've not liked almost any ebooks i've ever read (with the exception of a happy ending version of Brokeback that was o-kay). i tried "The Ghost Wore Yellow Socks" and didn't like it for specific reasons i'm not going to get into here. in "Zero at the Bone" the author wrote the hit-man-with-a-heart-of-gold's (i think she wanted to emphasize the class differences) way of speaking and it drove me up the wall.

i recommended Libby Drew's ebook, because i've read her fanfic and loved it, so i have good reason to be biased there, otherwise i'm not sure i would have voted for anyone.