Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Top M/M Choices for March 2016

March is a really good month for m/m fiction. I have a lot of titles on my Kindle already that I need to review, but I wanted to focus on books I came across via Goodreads (mostly) that I do not currently have copies for, but would love to read ASAP! Please let me know if any of these interest you too! The titles link to Goodreads so you can add them/check out the summaries!


Out of Frame by Megan Erickson (In Focus #3): I have read and loved the first two In Focus novels. They are companion books, but I would still suggest reading them in order. I can't wait for Out of Frame to be released on March 15 (not too long now!)


Simple Things by Kade Boehme: I've seen a few m/m novels that deal with one or two guys coming back to their hometown and finding love with someone they used to know. It's a fun trope and I'm really excited to check out Simple Things, due out on March 25.


Salt and Iron by Tam MacNeil: I read a lot of m/m fiction, but they tend to often be contemporary. Therefore, it's nice to come across something in another genre that still interests me! Salt and Iron is one such novel, that I came across on Goodreads. You get magic and monster-hunting families among the romance. What could be better?! This title came out on Monday, March 7 - I need to get a copy ASAP!


The Worst Bad Thing by J.E. Birk: I'm really curious about this one! The summary definitely has me intrigued. I don't know how to describe the story really, so definitely read the summary for yourself. I'm curious about this secret that Tate is trying to fix! This one is out on March 23.

2 comments:

Ramona said...

YES! So excited about Salt & Iron - I need a copy ASAP, too! :)

Lola R said...

Oh these all sound good! I've seen a few M/M books around, but haven't read many of them. One of the books I read recently had two male side characters who were in love with each other and I really liked how that part was handled.
Salt and Iron sounds really interesting, especially as it's such a different genre. I am looking forward to hear what you think of it!