All Of The Above
Brendon isn’t in a rut, per se—he just always seems to be in-between things. Jobs. Degrees. Boyfriends. He never finishes what he starts. The perfect path is out there somewhere, and if he can just figure out what it is, he’s certain everything else will fall into place. The last thing he... show more
Brendon isn’t in a rut, per se—he just always seems to be in-between things. Jobs. Degrees. Boyfriends. He never finishes what he starts. The perfect path is out there somewhere, and if he can just figure out what it is, he’s certain everything else will fall into place.
The last thing he expects is to meet his soul mate in the pages of a magazine quiz. “Who Is Your Perfect Man?” by Matthew Kingston seems like a road map to his future husband: the author himself. Brendon may not have his life figured out, but if Matt is as romantic as his quiz, Brendon can check “true love” off his to-do list.
When Brendon fakes a meet-cute between them, Matt proves to be as wonderful as he hoped. The more Brendon gets to know him, the harder he falls. But Brendon has a confession to make: how can he explain to Matt that he arranged their “fated” meeting? Brendon can’t tell if he’s found his soul mate, heartache, or all of the above.
Publish date: 2017-11-20
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 155
Edition language: English
I quite liked this book once I pushed past the first 30% or so. Brendon, one of our MCs, works what's basically dead-end job as a salesperson for hair straighteners and other beauty products in a local mall, while also going to school to become a hair stylist/make-up artist. He's friends with a marr...
Brendon wants to meet Colin AKA "Matt" so bad he can taste it. So he makes his own destiny, and lies in wait. When he gets the chance to be face to face with fate, will it all work out? Matt has no idea that Brendon has a secret. He thought them meeting was a normal thing. Well, as normal as i...
Book – All of the AboveAuthor – Quinn AndersonStar rating - ★★★☆☆No. of Pages – 155Cover – Lovely!POV – 3rd person, single character POVWould I read it again – NoGenre – LGBT, Contemporary, Romance** COPY RECEIVED THROUGH NETGALLEY **Reviewed for Divine MagazineOkay, this is a hard one, for me. It's...