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  • A wrap up of the series!

    There is a lot of wrapping up going on in this "holiday" novel. I'm not going into it because if you've read all of the books, you're going to want to read this one without spoilers. Let me give you some clues though... there might be an engagement, some beautiful tattoos, special Chrismas celebrations and memories and a kid or two. There's also a new character introduced in this novel. Saint... Johnny's brother who hasn't spoken to him in years shows up in town injured and with a story of his own. Johnny has missed his brother so he takes the opportunity to give his brother a chance to explain what might have happened to make him cute his little brother out of his life.

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  • What a Way to End a Series...and Introduce a New O

    One thing I’ve stated in many of my reviews is that I absolutely LOVE book series that focus on families or groups of people who may as well be. Why? I am a sucker for becoming invested in their happily-ever-afters and then getting to “catch up” with beloved characters in later books to see what their lives have become since their book came to The End. That was certainly the appeal with M. Tasia’s Boys of Brighton series for me, and all I can say about the tenth and final installment entitled “The Holidays” is that it is an absolute gift to devoted fans. This book follows every last wonderful family member in the series: Gabe and Johnny; Dante, Spider, and Sam; Bear and Rick; Royce and Jesse; Coop and Matthew; Bo and Travis; Ben and Grady; Vincent and Tristan; and Shadow and Randy - not to mention the White Hair Crew, Shannon from the Sentinels, and the introduction of Johnny’s older brother, Saint (who is “headlining” Tasia’s new Gates of Heaven series). It seems fitting that the book would be an update of each couple (or triad in one case) leading up to the opening of the community center Safe HAVEN and the Christmas Eve wedding of Gabe and Johnny. This whole, gigantic, crazy, loving cast is set to celebrate the love and sense of family that has been infused into the series from Page One of “Gabe,” and it has been a treasure to read. I am not ashamed to say that I was a bit weepy and nostalgic reading this one because it is such a lovely tribute and wrap-up to a wonderfully written series. Love is love. Period. Thank you, M. Tasia!

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  • Fun wrap up stories for series

    This is a great epilogue type of book that wraps up the stories from the rest of The Boys of Brighton books. Very sweet low angst and a treat for people like me who always want to know what happens next. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Happiness

    This is the final book in the Boys of Brighton series. Each chapter reflects on each of the couples and how they are holding up after everything they have been through over the last year. Wonderful way to end the series and start the next with Johnny’s brother Saint. One of the best series I have read by far. M Tasia has a way of drawing you into her stories and making you feel like you are part of it. Each story was based on different couples who found each other in a small town in Texas called Brighton. Each couple had their own fears to face, challenges to overcome and demons to fight. While each book is a standalone, I highly recommend reading each book in order so you know who each of the characters are as they show up in all the stories. If only there could be real towns like Brighton in the real world, then things would be so much easier and happier. Great series and I am looking forward to reading more from M Tasia. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Loved It!

    This was a fantastic ending to the Boys of Brighton Series. It gave an insight into every ones' lives as they came together for the holidays. The happiness at finding their happily ever after and to be living it. Each chapter gave a window into how each couple was doing and also opened our eyes to the the series that spins off of this series by introducing us to Saint. I honestly can't wait to dive into that series. I loved this work and being able to see all the familiar faces again was a nice treat at the end of the series. Five out of five stars. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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