The Nothingness of Ben
Publish date: November 23rd 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
Sad to say, this book didn't really work for me. Ben loses his parents and has to leave his high profile job and his boyfriend in NYC, to move home to Texas to take care of his three brothers. I didn't really see ANYONE grieving over this loss. The brothers all sat at home watching movies for a week...
This book was simply wonderful. All characters were distinct and lovable, yes, even Ben :) His decisions weren't always the best and it wasn't the direct way for him, but in the end he got his HEA. Not only with Travis, but with his family as well. Heartwarming and feel good.
I guess this is where Tina will say to me, "see, I told you so" :)Truthfully, it wasn't a smooth read all the way. I did put it down twice, marked it as "postponed-for-now" book. I wasn't in the right mood; was immersing with some paranormal/urban fantasy books, that reading something simply contemp...
What a great cast of characters with nice banter. Travis and Ben were wonderful. They both had some struggles although Travis was clearly meant to be Ben's rock. Ben could lose focus and needed someone to shake him up. My heart hurt for Travis with how Ben treated him in NYC but Ben had to do some s...
The amazing debut novel by Brad Boney was such a sweet and lovely story and I have to say one of the best GFY books I have ever read. Ben and Travis melted my heart, broke it and repaired it all in one book. It was real, and tough and gripping, but in the end it got the HEA. I would still love to re...
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