Book Review by El: Blank Spaces, by Cass Lennox

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Blank Spaces, by Cass Lennox
Series: Toronto Connections, Book 1
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: November 14, 2016

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
4-5-of-5

Please note that this review contains mild spoilers,
which are marked should you wish to skip them.

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Blog Tour: El chats with Cass Lennox, author of Blank Spaces! (Plus Giveaway!)

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You know what’s out today? Blank Spaces, that’s what. It’s the first book in Cass Lennox’s Toronto Connections universe, and it’s a contemporary M/M romance that I couldn’t put down!

Take one asexual art galley admin, add one insurance investigator who just wants sex without the complications, mix in a few stolen artworks, and voila: instant tension and a relationship that defies convention.

Blank Spaces, by Cass Lennox
Series: Toronto Connections, Book #1
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: November 14, 2016

I “sat down” with Cass Lennox over the weekend to have a chat about Blank Spaces, asexuality, and how her upcoming Toronto Connections series should really just be an ode to the Best of Canada– like Tim Hortons.

Check out my discussion with Cass and her new release, and don’t forget to pop to the bottom of the email for an awesome giveaway!

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Asexuality Awareness Week 2016: BDSM & Asexuality

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Hi! I’m Michele, I’m a freelance editor and reviewer here at JLR, and you probably know me online as neverwhere. I’m a biromantic asexual, and to celebrate Ace Awareness Week I’ll be talking about something which is important to me but rarely get to discuss, which is the sadly misunderstood and often ignored world of asexual kink. I’m a domme, but many people don’t know how this is even possible – I hope this blogpost will help clear up some misconceptions about BDSM in general, and perhaps even offer some new ideas about what you might enjoy! Also please do keep in mind that the spectrum for enjoyment is just as varied for aces as for anyone else, so my experiences and preferences may not be the same as others, and although I will try to address everything as inclusively as possible I’m approaching this from a dominant’s perspective, so someone who identifies as a sub might necessarily have a different response. 🙂

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