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Sunday, April 25, 2021

~ Taking a Chance Charity Anthology - Release Blitz & Giveaway ~



Book Title: Taking A Chance: Charity Anthology

Authors: D.G. Carothers, Toshi Drake, C.W. Gray, K.L. Hiers, Gianni Holmes, G.R. Lyons, KC Luck, Claire Marta & Abrianna Denae, Amanda Meuwissen, Shane K. Morton, Faith Ryan, Bretton Sans, JP Sayle, Lynn Van Dorn, Shannon West, Toby Wise

Publisher: Self-Published

Cover Artist: Samantha Santana, Amai Designs

Release Date: April 23, 2021 (limited run - comes off sale July 22, 2021

Genre/s: Contemporary, Sci-Fi, MPreg, Action Adventure, Paranormal

Trope/s: Enemies to lovers, star-crossed lovers, friends to lovers, Second Chances, 

Themes: BDSM, Hurt/Comfort, Work Place, College, Age Gap, Size Difference, Rom Com

Heat Rating:  Varied from 0 to 5 flames     

Length: about 800 pages 

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Come take a chance with us and help support the AIDs Healthcare Foundation in the process.


Seventeen authors were challenged to take a chance to write something new and outside their normal box to help celebrate International Take A Chance Day. These authors went above and beyond by writing sixteen stories that span the gender and sexuality spectrum. They’ll make you laugh, cry, shout with joy as they take you on a journey through their contemporary, paranormal, science fiction, and adventurous stories.

 Desert Knight by D.G. Carothers

Taking A Leap by Toshi Drake

When Clyde Met Hay by C.W.Gray

Playing for Keeps by K.L. Hiers

Alien Attraction by Gianni Holmes

In the Twilight Hours by KC Luck

Evan’s Awakening by G.R. Lyons

Always and Only You by Claire Marta and Abrianna Denae

Silhouette by Amanda Meuwissen

A Dark Half by Shane K. Morton

Fated by Faith Ryan

The Sweetest Ache by Bretton Sans

Love’s Heart Print by JP Sayle

Catch Me If You Can by Lynn Van Dorn

Take a Chance on Me by Shannon West

Taking The Leap by Toby Wise

All proceeds will be donated to the AIDs Healthcare Foundation. AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is a global non-profit organization providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy to over 1,000,000 people in 43 countries. They are currently the largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care in the U.S.

This anthology will only be available for a limited time.


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My review: 


When it comes to anthologies I always go into it with one mindset 'I read from those who I know'. And the next thing I know? Reading almost every one of them. But who could blame me when they are quick, short stories, and the best way to meet new authors is this way, so hey, I enjoyed reading it. 

I haven't read all of them, but let's say 80%. There are stories for everyone, mostly m/m, but there are f/f too. You can find trans characters and asexual representation too. 

My favorite stories were: DG Carothers', KL Hiers', Toby Wise's, Shannon West's. 

Toby Wise's story is one of the f/f - it wasn't my first f/f and I enjoyed it. The shifter part was a bit strange for the story, but anyway, it was a great short.

Shannon West is a new-to-me author and I really enjoyed her story. Collage romance, shy and lovely characters. It was sweet and romantic.

DG Carothers' is the first in the book and it was the first I read in the book because it was the one I was really looking forward to. I enjoyed it so much, but that ending, ahh. It has a cliffhanger and I can't decide that it would be a longer novel later or just it ended there?! I need more! 

KL Hiers is the biggest surprise for me this year. This is her second story that blew my mind away. OMG, that short is THE BEST in this anthology. So hot and ahh, just perfect. Hulk dildo?! Right, everyday's thing. :) Loved it!

The other author's story were great too, but there were some that I didn't enjoyed as much, so I just mention those who I did enjoy! 

After all, I recommend this Anthology. Enjoyed reading this book, but I still can't figure out what the 'main theme' was in the stories. Taking a Chance? It's not so strict but yeah, everyone was taking a chance.

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