What Are You Watching on the Television?

I have a confession. I watch loads of TV, more than I should.  My favourites tend to vary. I quickly fall into and out of obsession with some.  So here’s my top ten shows or genres I’ve been watching lately.

  1. Bake Off. The version with Mary, Sue, and Mel. It’s just not the same without them.
  2. Most of the shows on ID Discovery. I love crime shows. I’m particularly fond of Joe Kenda’s Homicide Hunter.
  3. Doctor Who (Though, I’ll admit I prefer Doctor’s nine and ten.)
  4. Deadliest Catch
  5. Forged in Fire
  6. Project Runway
  7. Hunted
  8. Food Shows. All the food shows. So many food shows.
  9. Hoarders
  10. Queer Eye (The old & the new versions)

What’s currently fueling your TV obsessions? Do you watch at all?

Book Review: The Lion Tamer

“It felt like the author was talking about friends you knew and cherished and that’s a real gift to be able to write about characters that feel so real and you’ve a great affection for. I’ve enjoyed being back in the Sin Bin with this lot and this is a great addition to the series. ” 5 Stars from Kirk at OMG Reads

“Gray and Scottie really jumped off the page for me. Their struggle to work out the problems in their relationship while juggling family, friends, and their own anxieties truly made this an interesting book to read.” 5 Stars from Ramona at OMG Reads

Book Review: The Lion Tamer

“Overall, it was a great addition to the series. It’s well-written and entertaining, angsty and bittersweet and with a nice HEA. It was pretty cool catching up with the rest of the Sin Bin guys, too. Very recommendable!” 4.5 Stars from Mari at Book Bayou Junkie

Review: The Botanist

“This is a gentle story that starts from an act of extreme violence.  Of one man working to free another from the walls of fear and the horrors of his torture that now bind him.  Along the way they fall in love.  It’s the trust, the easing into each others lives, and finally the bravery to go forward…this time in tandem.

This is more a romance, there’s very little actual sex. That makes sense when you consider that most of the story Aled is so damaged that he is not feeding himself.  To have them jump into sex would destroy any authenticity the author is building up between her characters and her readers.  No, the beauty lies in tthe concisenessof the narrative and the future unfolding for them both.

” 4.75 stars from Melanie M. at Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words

Review: The Unexpected Santa

This is a slow burn story that tantalizes even as it soothes the soul.  Written from both Gray and Scottie’s points of view, the reader really gets a good idea of what is going on in the irascible Scottie’s head.  A delightful short, it is well-written, realistic, and I adore the way the author presents the twins’ autism and how simple it is to work around and with it.  There is steam in the palpable chemistry between the two MCs, but this short doesn’t take their relationship too far.  Super hot kisses will leave you aching for more, but it is clear that these two men belong together. 

 As I mentioned to the author, I am salivating for the actual coming together of these two men.  She assured me that the rest of their story is coming, and I simply must recommend this book to be read right now, as well as The Sin Bin series as a whole!  I rate The Unexpected Santa at 4 sweet yet very hot stars.” 4 Stars from Cat C. at Divine Magazine