Blog Tour Review & Excerpt | Cancer Ships Aquarius by Anyta Sunday

Anyta Sunday has written one of my all time favorite Romantic Comedy series ever in her Signs of Love series. With each installment I only fall in love over and over again.

I am thrilled to be able to share this story with all of you because of the Novel Approach PR team.

Thanks so much for letting me join the tour!


CancerShipsAquarius-fCancer Ships Aquarius by Anyta Sunday
Cancer Ships Aquarius #5
Contemporary Romance M/M
February 17, 2020

About the Book:  Prepare to dip your toe into the biggest adventure of your life, Cancer. There’s romance in the air, and it smells deliciously salty.

Dumped by the fifth girl in two years and abandoned by his best friends, Reid Glover is alone and in need of a home.

Desperate, he interviews to become a live-in manny aboard widowed Sullivan Bell’s yacht, the Aquarian.

The job? Not to look after thirteen-year-old Joanna. No, this child-mastermind needs Reid to befriend her dad, urge him to participate more in family life, encourage him to date, oh, and become his closest confidant and help him unleash his bottled emotions.

No pressure.

At least he’s not entirely out of his depth.

Okay, so he may have a slight aversion to the ocean. And possibly attract more than his fair share of misadventure.

But he is a pro at crying.

Watch out, Sullivan. Reid is on his way with a family-sized carton of tissues. He will help Sullivan through his fears. Will help him find love again.

Will absolutely not fall for him in the process . . .

Caution, Cancer, how long will you fool yourself?

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Signs of Love means so much to me! Reading Leo Loves Aries came at a time of vulnerability, and somehow it lifted me out of the darkness.

While Theo and Jamie will always be my #1, Reid and Sullivan have deftly moved into the position of runner up.

Happily, I can say I was as entertained as I’d hoped going into it. I know I shouldn’t have worried, but I always do anyway. Loving a complete series means if one is a let down, the fall is steep. Coming out of Reading Slump 2019, this was the first contemporary romance I’ve read in a long time. The stakes were high.

Cancer Ships Aquarius met each one and Triumphed!

One of my favorite parts of Anyta Sunday’s writing is her ability to be quippy. She slings out the one liners like nobody’s business, and she never seems to run out of hilariously romantic sparring sessions. Each time she leaves me thinking “how does she do that??” Each time I’d tell myself it’s luck, but I now realize it’s not.

It’s skill, and it’s all Anyta’s.

That skill brought all the chemistry to Reid and Sullivan’s romance. They were electric before succumbing, and they were explosive when they finally gave in.

I laughed, I sizzled. It was fantastic as shit.


With a flash of inspiration, Reid stood. This was the perfect opportunity to forge a first connection. They’d be friends before he knew it. “Watch this, Captain.”
Sullivan.”
“Yes, sir.” Grinning wickedly, Reid pinched the zipper of his hoodie and pulled.
Sullivan visibly stiffened—more with every tooth the zipper popped open. Maybe it was Reid’s angle or the light catching on Sullivan’s face, but Sullivan looked like he’d been carved out of the wall, one marble hand at his side, the other clutching the door frame, his legs crossed.
Sullivan’s eyes flashed. “What are you doing?”
“Convincing you that you like me.”
“Keep your clothes on, I beg you.”
Reid laughed, prowling forward. Sullivan still didn’t move.
“Magic!” Reid opened his hoodie with a final flourish. He pushed out his chest and bared his bright yellow Recycling Rules T-shirt.
Relief hit Sullivan’s expression and Reid rolled his eyes. Sullivan might not be homophobic, but he was clearly uneasy about men joking around.
“See? Recycling,” Reid said, flattening the T-shirt across his not-quite-so-broad, but not shabby chest. “We have things in common.”
“Things might be a stretch.”


A bit about me, Anyta Sunday: I’m a big, BIG fan of slow-burn romances. I love to read and write stories with characters who slowly fall in love.

Some of my favorite tropes to read and write are: Enemies to Lovers, Friends to Lovers, Clueless Guys, Bisexual, Pansexual, Demisexual, Oblivious MCs, Everyone (Else) Can See It, Slow Burn, Love Has No Boundaries.

I write a variety of stories, Contemporary MM Romances with a good dollop of angst, Contemporary lighthearted MM Romances, and even a splash of fantasy. My books have been translated into German, Italian, French, Spanish, and Thai.

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