Corruption (Diversion 3) won Best Gay Mystery/Thriller at The Rainbow Awards.
All told it's been a pretty good year. From the bottom of my heart I wish you and yours lots of love, joy, peace, and laughter this holiday season.
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Truly, if you are not reading this series, you should be. I absolutely love it and highly recommend Manipulation and the whole Diversion series.
P.S. While this could maybe possibly stand alone, it is much richer for all the history from the first three books. Plus, they are SO good. Read them all.
I did like this book immensely. Ms. Winters did a great job with the opposites attract theme. Henri’s growth and maturation was well written and, for the most part, believable. Sebastian’s life really was a hot mess, but he finally grew himself a back bone and learned to stand on his own two feet. Of course, they got their happily ever after, and they totally deserved it. I highly recommend taking this journey with Henri and Sebastian. I don’t think you will regret it for a second.Thanks, Jackie, and The Novel Approach Reviews.
"I highly recommend this to lovers of contemporary m/m romance, those who enjoy a slow burn-ust, those who enjoy a musician theme, and those who just want to see the good guys come out ahead. Kudos to Eden Winters for an amazing and wonderful story that will make your heart sing."Read entire review at Hearts on Fire Reviews:
Some authors have the ability to take the simple act of kissing to new heights and impart intimacy into the meeting of lips to rival any sex scene, to leave the reader breathless.He had to do something, anything, outrageous. Beyond rehab stints, trashed hotel rooms, or drunken brawls in seedy clubs. What to do? What to do? Escape lay at his fingertips if he could push his manager a fraction of an inch further. What the hell could he do to piss her off?Gaze falling on the cop, Henri muttered, “Sorry, pal.” He brought both hands up to hold the officer’s head and slammed his lips down, initiating a game of tonsil hockey with a surprised opposing team.