"Slippery When Wet by K Lynn – A little spontaneity never hurt anybody…right? When David has the romantic notion to join his husband in the shower for a round of steamy, wet, love making, things don’t go exactly as planned. This is my favorite of the group. It’s an oh-my-god-I-laughed-so-hard-I-cried story. 5 stars" ~ Joyfully Jay

"Personal Assistance by K. Lynn ★★★★★ Pairing: Gay - This one had been on my fantasy for as long as I ever remembered. I’d love to get down on my knees and hid under the desk and sucked my boss off. Man, the author described everything even with the scary scene really well. Just a simple, sweet, hot and short story that hit every spot. So yes, it did turn me on easily." ~ Word of Diversity Fiction

"Personal Assistance by K. Lynn - Tom is the personal assistant to the most disagreeable boss in the office, Mr. Thompson. However, when no one is looking, there is tenderness in said boss, and Tom knows how to work (with) his boss. Secret blowjobs when anyone could walk in? Not bad, especially for a couple who work diligently to keep the true nature of their relationship a secret. Tom has remarkable patience, and Neal shows his true colors while being pleasured. Definitely worth the read." ~ Top 2 Bottom Reviews

"Cupcakes for Two by K. Lynn – Rated 4. Very adorable friends to lovers stories that Matt and Jacob reminiscing of their past. Very romantic ending." ~ Hearts on Fire Reviews

"Cupcakes for Two by K. Lynn 3.5 - Oh wow, I don’t know what I expected, but this was really, really short. No matter, as short as it was it made up with its sweetness, literally. Matt and Jacob have been friends since they were seven and boyfriends for five years now. Fifteen years they’ve been by each other’s side and now that they’re finishing college real life awaits. But one thing remains more real than anything; their love for each other. On their fifth anniversary though Matt has a special surprise for Jacob. Let’s say something akin to a trip down memory lane. Loved it. Yes, I know. Normally I don’t care much for sweetened and mushy stories, but once in a while I love to indulge that little girl hiding deep inside me with “aww-inspiring” love stories." ~ MM Good Book Reviews

"Cupcakes for Two by K. Lynn ~This was a wonderful, sweet start to the anthology. From Jacob’s point of view we get insight into a loving romance, a relationship that has endured since childhood. This story is given through poignant yet mundane dialogue I loved reading. Both men are realistic, well-drawn out characters that it was an absolute pleasure to read about them. And when the first story in an anthology brings tears to your eyes, you know you’ve got a great book in your hands." ~ Susan Laine (Goodreads Reviewer)

"K. Lynn opens the anthology with Defying Expectations, probably the most traditional of the four stories, but one with a lovely approach to gender fluidity. In detailing the budding romance between a genderfluid bartender and gay male customer, Lynn explores the assumptions and misconceptions that exist even within the LGBT community. There’s some definite tension to the tale, but overall it’s sweet and understanding." ~ Bending the Bookshelf

"In "Defying Expectations," we follow the story of a genderfluid bartender's budding romance with a man for whom gender has always been a binary rather than a spectrum. It's a sweet and sour story that anyone who falls outside of the so-called gender binary can relate to in one way or another." ~ Natalie Wilcox (Amazon Reviewer)

"“Packing Heat,” by K. Lynn, shows that it doesn’t take much effort to make a change that will transform your sex life" ~ Malin James

"We need more little books like this one. Books that show us what it might feel like to be different. Books that can open our minds a little bit." ~ My Fiction Nook

"There are so many emotions in this story. Hank is a wonderful person and was so wonderful to Alice. You can tell he loves her deeply. I felt horrible for Alice though. Having to choose between being honest and being looked at differently." ~ Molly Lolly

"It’s like the old saying about not knowing what you've got until it’s gone – that secret, that fear, that trepidation really accentuates the romance of Coffee Date." ~ Bending the Bookshelf