‘Bliss’ by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau #LGBT #Review

Rainbow Gold Reviews

Marc reviews ‘Bliss’ (Bliss 1) by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau. This book was published by Riptide Publishing on August 18th, 2014 and is 289 pages long.

Why I read this book: I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Lisa Henry at the inaugural ‘Euro Pride Con’ (LGBT Fiction Convention in Europe) and asked her to bring me print copies of ‘Mark Cooper versus America’, ‘The Island’, ‘When all the World Sleeps’ and ‘Bliss’ for me to buy and get signed. I bought about 35 new print books at the convention and got them signed by their respective authors, so one would think I was stuck with an almost impossible decision when it came to picking one to read first. I wasn’t. Lisa Henry’s ‘Dark Space’ was the only book of hers I had previously read (read my review here) and it instantly joined my top ten in this genre. Even…

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