Another Great Review for Cheating Chance

Monday, April 28, 2008

Yeah, I know…5 of 5! From Literary Nymphs.


“The gifted James Buchanan lures you into the networking within the legal systems and the progression of an investigation, the emotional turmoil of a new relationship and the motivations for murder. Cheating Chance is a well written, realistic mystery blended with humor and sensuous love play that keeps your emotions attached to the very end of the story. I enjoyed this impressive and tantalizing story immensely.”




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TwoLipsReviews - The Good Thief by James Buchanan

A new review of The Good Thief...which BTW is available for order at
Barnes& and should be available on Amazon soon. You can still buy
the eBook at

Bella of Two Lips gives The Good Thief 5 out of 5 (and marks it with an
"outrageously hot cop" designation)

"The Good Thief is a great book that will pull you into the story from the
first page with characters who are flawed, yet perfect for each other. Pick
up The Good Thief for a day when you are looking for a explosively hot read
that packs plenty of suspense and humor to keep you turning the pages."


New Review of Cheating Chance

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Cheating Chance by James Buchanan, Book one of the "Taking the Odds" Series.
eBook available:

And Coming in July to Print through MLR Press! You'll find it on,, your local GLBT bookseller and other
fine book retailers.

Fallen Angeles Review: "I really enjoyed Nick and Brandon as characters.
Nick is out of the closet but not flamboyantly so. He doesn't hide the fact
that he's gay nor does he flaunt it. He exudes his own blend of sexual
appeal with a hint of vulnerability; he's also one cool character with his
Goth lifestyle. Brandon is oh so sexy with his bad boy looks with the added
attraction that no matter what his exterior presents he's a cop with a
strong moral code. The frustrations that the couple faces with trying to
make a long distance relationship work aren't new, but when you add in the
fact that they have to hide their relationship because Brandon is still so
deeply hidden in the closet, it makes it even harder than normal. [...]James
Buchanan needs to hurry up and write more about Nick and Brandon. I can't
wait to see what the future holds for these two intriguing characters and
their troubled relationship!"

Read the full review here:


Lord Carabas in Print

Sunday, April 13, 2008

And now in print...

James Buchanan's Lord Carabas

In a Seventeenth Century that never quite was, Julius Montclair LaRousselives out a slightly off center fairy tale. A half-fé orphan, raised byJesuits and turned brigand, he shares his adventures across France and into the New World as he tries to get the girl, the boy, and maybe save theFrench outpost in La Florida along the way.



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