As I Am is a hopeful romance about two individuals, trauma survivors dealing with PTSD on a daily basis, finding their new normal and learning to live and to love.… Read More [Book Review] As I Am by A.M. Arthur & Just Love Coffee Roasters Hello Sunshine Blend
Come What May is the story of twenty-one year old Jonas Ashcraft, who’s drowning under the expectations of society in general and his father in particular, and the lifeline he finds in the arms of street smart Tate Dawson.… Read More [Book Review] Come What May By A.M. Arthur & Mavericks Coffee Co. Absinthe Flavored Ground Coffee
The first two books of the In The Kitchen series, In The Raw and In The Fire, followed bad boy chef Ethan and “Golden Boy” chef Jamie on their journey to a hard-won Happily Ever After. In The Distance, the third book in the series, has Ethan and Jamie stepping back into secondary character roles, giving center stage to the developing relationship between Jamie’s best friend Trevor, a New York-based Entertainment Manger/Trust-Fund Baby/playboy, and Tyler, a young culinary student and sous chef at Ethan and Jamie’s restaurant in Seattle who dedicates all his free time to volunteer work and giving back to the community.… Read More [Book Review] In The Distance By Eileen Griffin And Nikka Michaels & Purple Door Coffee Royalty Blend
- Getting It Right is the story of two men, best friends since college, whose relationship comes to a boiling point when an unexpected kiss opens the floodgates on feelings both have been suppressing for the last 15 years. And it’s not as easy as simply confessing all to each other; lies, serious physical assault, alcoholism, and a serial killer on the loose stand in between these two guys and their happy ending.… Read More [Book Review] Getting It Right By A.M. Arthur & Aroma Ridge Georgia Peach
Oh, man, I told myself I wasn’t going to cry… and then I did. Multiple times. Sad tears. Happy tears. “Oh, Honey” tears. I just wanted to give Romy a hug half the time. The other half of the time I wanted to hug Brendan. I’m just so happy they have each other to hug.
This book was so emotional and sweet. It’s a slow burn, slow build romance between two men who care so so deeply for each other and it’s really a beautiful thing to watch.
Not going to lie, when I first read the description of this book I was more than a little surprised and thrown off. When we last left Ethan and Jamie at the end of In The Raw, the two up-and-coming chefs were very much in love and facing their six month separation with so much hope for the future – to find out they had broken up not too long after and have been apart for eight (eight!) years was startling and upsetting. I almost didn’t want to even read this book, worried that it would break my heart as I really loved these two guys together, but I had to know what had happened. Why were these two men, who were so obviously in love, not together anymore? So I bit the bullet and read In The Fire – and I’m glad I did, because this sequel is even better than the first!… Read More [Book Review] In The Fire By Eileen Griffin And Nikka Michaels & Van Houtte Crème Brulee Light Roast