Waiting on Wednesday # 5 (september 28th) – It Was Always you (Anthology)

“Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly event, hosted gracefully by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.


This week I’m totally looking forward to be able to buy and read
It Was Always you (Anthology) by Cardeno C., Ella Frank, Riley Hart, Lane Hayes, Christina Lee, Felice Stevens, N.R. Walker
release date: october 4th

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What do you do when everything you’ve ever wanted was right there all along?

Join these bestselling M/M authors as they bring you tales of love, lust, and laughter… between friends.

Featuring seven brand new novellas, each answering the question—what happens when the one meant for you was right there all along?

The book will be available for a LIMITED TIME only!

All money and proceeds for this anthology will be donated to the charity One.n.Ten.

Source: Goodreads
Buy link: amazon (will be edited)


Have also a look at the teaser:

Sources: FB author profiles and groups (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7)


 Why do I wait for it?

An anthology with five out of seven favourite authors? And two I haven’t actually read a novel but have several titles on my TBR-list? Hell yeah, I can’t wait to read this. :3 Luckily the waiting is soon over. :3

The teaser picture look so good and I am bursting literarlly with anticipation. :3


What I think about the book? (review – edited later)

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11 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday # 5 (september 28th) – It Was Always you (Anthology)

    • I have a divided opinion about novellas and short stories. Sometimes – and I have several examples for this – those are as perfect as a full lengh novel. :3 Or are even better because they don’t have the boring “filling” parts and are right on point. Because if we be honest: writing a short story and a novella is more difficult than a full lengh novel 😉

      So, this collection is for me like a selection “best of the best”. ❤ And those I adore *^*

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      • You’re right, when a novella is good it’s really good! I just think, for me, sometimes I find that everything comes together too fast in a novella. Especially if they’re starting from scratch, just meeting. I think that’s another reason this one sounds good, because it’s someone they already know.

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        • Yeah, the author has to be aware of the pace in the story.

          But I can tell you at least 3 authors I love which can do both or three forms great.
          K.C. Wells was a writer who really impressed me. She has a constant telling with a guiding treat in her Collars & Cuffs series but writes also great Novellas and Short stories. Actually the short story Back from the Edge. I was blasted away. :3

          Or Jay Northcote. Damaged Package is one of my favorite short stories. Or Coming Home by her.

          And of course also Riley Hart writes great ones… 🙂 Her bundles up novella book with stories about her Blackcreek guys for example. :3

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        • I can totally recommend them. Have to add that K.C. Wells writes BSDM, at least it’s the Collars & Cuffs series, the other are often contemporary romance.
          But the BDSM is very well researched and I had great times reading the books. The series is finished with 8 volumes. 🙂

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        • BDSM theme stories are hit or miss with me. I’ve read some and loved them, and some of them bother me. Sometimes I think they’re a new fad. I do plan to check these out. So thank you.

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        • Yeah… it’s a bit boring that so many author seem to “explore” the genre so suddenly… *yeah, I look at you lady who wrote Shades of Grey* XD

          I can totally understand your concern because it’s the same for me… :/ Some are so beyond my comfort zone I can’t stand. Other are okay because I understand why… nothing is more a bummer than a BDSM story where I can’t understand why there is this need of the character maybe to submit or to be a slave or what ever…
          This is why I love the ones by K.C. Wells and also those by Pandora Pine are good: they explaing, show me, why their character love this. Why they do this…
          Oh, another recommendation: “His boy” by Bink Cummings. 🙂 Sexy as hell. *swoon* :3

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