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Gabe by M. Tasia

Book Info

Book Series
Boys of Brighton (Book 1)
About the Author
M. Tasia, is a paralegal and author who lives in Ontario, Canada. She’s a member of the Romance Writers of America and its chapters; Rainbow Romance Writers and the Toronto Romance Writers. Michelle is a dedicated people watcher, lover of romance novels, 80’s rock, and happy endings, who grew up with a love of reading. Mother of two wonderful girls and servant to two spoiled furry children who don’t seem to realize, that they’re actually cats.
Michelle writes both contemporary and paranormal romance and believes love should be celebrated. After all, we deserves to have romance, excitement, intrigue and passion in our lives.
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Publication Date
September 08, 2016
Available Formats
ePub, Mobi, PDF
Fifth-generation firefighter Gabe Mason saves Johnny from the flames of an office building fire, and Johnny will save Gabe from himself.
 Gabe Mason is a fifth-generation firefighter unable to move forward with his life after a devastating betrayal two years earlier. Graphic designer Johnny Jeffrey relocated to Brighton, Texas, to flee persecution and fear, and to begin living again on his own terms. The two meet amidst fire and smoke, and soon Johnny is in Gabe’s arms, right where he should be. The connection is palpable, undeniable, and hot, and healing from the past is within reach of both men. And yet, the office-building blaze that brought them together is only the beginning of their struggles. Not family, not faith, not a lunatic’s rage. It took a fire to bring Gabe and Johnny together. Nothing will tear them apart.

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Not My Style
(Updated: April 24, 2017)
I’m going to preface my review with a note: If you are a fan of insta-love and like a little light suspense, you will love this novella.
Ms. Tasia has a writing style that I loved.  I thoroughly enjoyed the overall flow, the detailed descriptions, the genuineness of Gabe’s family, and the detail with which she crafted the injuries, recovery, and setbacks of Johnny’s ordeal.  The chemistry between Johnny and Gabe as Johnny’s recovery progressed was tangible.
Unfortunately, there are only a few genres in which I’m okay with insta-love, and they’re all paranormal.  Using baby, honey, and other endearments without ever having a legitimate conversation with a proposed partner comes across as stalkerish and creepy, and it tainted the entire read for me.  Again, though, as stated above, your mileage may vary.  
I am giving the next book in the series a chance, however, so you can look up Sam’s Soldiers and see what I thought. I’m rating this at two and a half stars, as it falls out of my particular wheelhouse.
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