We’re finally back with a brand new mini review post! Mini reviews are super short reviews of books I loved, so five star reads in other words. We’re talking just a few sentences for the review, not whole paragraphs and an in-depth analysis, haha. And this time, I’ll review three low angst MM romances I read recently.
Off Plan – May Archer
When Mason accepts a job as a doctor on a resort in Florida, things aren’t as luxurious as he was promised…as his instant enemy Fenn gladly points out. Off Plan is a funny, lighthearted read with a witty humor, great banter, strong characters, a wonderful cast of secondary characters, and a tropical setting in Florida. It’s not really an enemies to lovers, though it has that feel in the beginning. Highly recommended.
Serving Mr. Chamberlain – Izaiah Winters
A super sweet falling for the boss MM romance featuring service-kink. Serving Mr. Chamberlain is the story of Quentin, who loves serving but has no one to serve…until he starts working for Mr. Chamberlain. A quick, no-angst read that will make you feel all the feels.
Public Display of Everything – Cara Dee
This is an older book and I have no idea why I didn’t read it before, but this was a sweet, sexy, and slightly kinky read with little to no angst. Public Display of Everything is about Cory, a man running out of luck, and Flynn, who makes him an offer he can’t refuse. Sparks fly, and then they bond and fall over a mutual love for voyeurism. I loved reading about this no-so-common kink.
There ya go: three five-star low angst MM romances. What low angst books have you read recently that you recommend?