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  • I loved it!

    This is the first book I have read by M. Tasia and I loved it! It is beautifully written and the characters are well developed. It is an emotional read that had me crying and I could not put it down. Travis has a horrific past and he doesn't think he deserves love, he is scarred inside and out. Bo met Travis and fell for him immediately, he understands how hard it is to get past a traumatic event and he is willing to wait as long as it takes for Travis to open up to him. Once Travis learns to trust Bo they can start to build their relationship. This is a beautiful love story that proves you should never give up on love or hope no matter how difficult life gets. I am looking forward to reading more books by this author and I need to start with this series. I was given an ARC to review by the author.

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  • trust issues

     I've been curious about Travis since the moment he appeared at the diner! I do love a wounded character who is secretive about what has happened to him. The main drama in this installment of the series is that recently hired chef, Travis, and Brighton Police Officer, Bo have feelings for one another. There is a lot in Travis' past that has left him with serious trust issues, a guilt complex almost too big for one person to live with and physical scars. As if that weren't enough, he also dealt with an attempted sexual assault that just reinforced his feelings of worthlessness. Lucky for Travis, Bo is about the sweetest and most patient man in existence. He's not sure what he can ever have with Travis, but he's willing to take whatever he can get. Once wrapped in the security of Bo's friendship, things go well for Travis and he tries things he hasn't tried before!

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  • The Cook and the Cop

    As I keep reading each book in this series, I am drawn in more and more into this little town in Texas. What a wonderful community this is that accepts everyone and comes together when its needed (and even when it’s not!) This is the story of Travis and Bo. Travis is a cook at the diner and has been living on his own since he was 18. Travis feels like he is damaged goods and hasn’t had the love of someone since his father died in a fire that left Travis burned on over 50% of his body. Bo is a cop in the small town of Brighton and ever since he laid eyes on Travis, he felt a need to protect him and he was drawn to him instantly. Travis finds it hard to believe that anyone could find him attractive and definitely has a hard time believing that Bo could actually be interested in him. This is another feel good story that of course had my emotions all over the place. I felt bad for Travis and just wanted to be the mother he didn’t have. I love Bo because he was exactly what Travis needed to help him figure out that he was more than he thought he was. M Tasia has a way of making you feel like you are right in the middle of the story and has a way of making you feel at home, regardless of which characters she is writing about. I’m anxious to read the next story with Grady! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • a new start

    Travis has not had an easy life. He has landed a job as a cook in the diner and is settling in and he is hopeful that he can settle into a decent life and move forward. Bo is intrigued and besotted by Travis but he recognizes that there is something going on with Travis. Bo pursues Travis patiently and with care but he is consistent. He wants him true, but he also wants to be there for him. Having Bo in his life helps Travis seek the help that he needs to deal with things in his past that were still having an impact on him. Another emotional story in this good series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Sweet mm romance

    This book carries on the story of the men of Brighton with police officer Bo and Travis who has drifted around since being burned badly in a fire. This story is a bit sweeter than the other stories in this series but it’s no less fun to read. M. Tasia has a way with words that I really enjoy. While this book has some tension and action it’s the romance and love that shine through. She is point on with the pacing, the dialogue and more but especially her characters which for me are the best things about her writing. They seem very realistic and I end up caring for them. To me one of the best things about a series like this is that I can keep reading more about what happens to characters that I enjoy. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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