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View all 26 comments. Nov 20, Lyn rated it really liked it Shelves: mmr-na , heart-wrenching , closet-case , epilogue-needed , tormented-hero , occassional-eye-rolling , lgbtq , hurt-comfort , somewhat-sappy , audio. Tate is the guardian of his two younger siblings and lives above a garage in a small apartment. When Tate meets his landlord's young nephew, first impressions were mixed.
Albeit beautiful, Jonas was the epitome of spoiled, rich, and in denial. He says he's straight and only goes for the women but everything screams otherwise. And something about this year old troubled frat boy says he may truly need a friend more than a boyfriend Jonas gets sent to live with his aunt after his Senator father is painfully disappointed in his stupid hazing prank that made headline news.
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Always the failure, maybe moving into the basement of his aunt's house and actually taking time off of school to work and learn responsibility will be therapeutic. When he meets his aunt's tenant, Tate sets his world on fire. Deeply in denial of being homosexual, something about Tate is irresistible and time spent between these very different men finds his denial waning and his desires mounting Come What May is one of those easy, medium paced build MM reads.
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Tate, the ever volunteer and responsible guy with very little in monetary things, finds himself a pivotal support person for the kid who on the surface seems to have it all. Jonas found just what he needs in this town- true family and values, giving instead of receiving, and love where it's least expected. This is an author I can pick up and always know I'll get a nice balance of story, angst, and steam.
Characters are usually very different but compliment what the other needs or lacks perfectly. I'm anxious to see who Tate's business partner Marc ends up with in the next installment. Advanced copy received by Carina Press via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.
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Jun 06, Heather K dentist in my spare time added it Shelves: read-to-review-arc , full-of-angst , romance , m-m , serious-tone , did-not-finish , contemporary , net-galley. I've been trying to muster up the drive to finish this book for weeks, but it's been sitting partially read on my kindle this whole time. I just can't push myself to finish, and I simply don't care what happens to the characters.
No rating at this time. View all 5 comments. Apr 23, Diana rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley-arc , m-m. Never able to live up to Senator Jonathon Ashcroft expectations, Jonas was forced to go live with his Aunt Doris and Uncle Raymond, after he was disgraced and kicked out of college. Now he is working in a thrift store owned by his Aunt and Uncle, and completely miserable.
Tate Dawson has a lot on his plate, and definitely no time for a relationship with the new hottie at the thrift store, especially if the hottie is straight. He has a LGBT shelter to run, as well as taking care of his 2 sisters. He is only 21, but he has definitely lived a full life, not all of which was easy.
I absolutely adored Tate and Jonas together. They figured out the true meaning of love, helping each other grow and become both stronger and better men. There were some bumps in the road, but that made the story even a little sweeter. I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys a sweet story with not a lot of sex. You're still this baby bird who fell out of the nest and landed hard. Be true to you, not to what others want from you. View all 20 comments.
Mar 20, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: mm , hurt-comfort. And look at that beautiful cover.. Jonas is 21 year old spoiled frat boy who has been sent to his aunt and uncle by his father. Jonas was expelled from school for a year after a prank gone wrong. He now lives with his aunt and uncle and works in their thrift store. It is there that he meets Tate. Tate is 23 and runs a LGBT teen homeless shelter across the street. So eve 4. Jonas might think himself a spoiled frat boy, but it is clear from the start that he is in fact very self-conscious and insecure.
He is sweet and confused and has no idea what to do with himself. When these guys met I loved how snarky they were with each other.
I loved how there was almost no relationship angst in this. These boys talked and if one of them felt insecure about something, they told the other. They talk about it like grownups. Oh, how I love that in my books. Jonas just needs all the love, poor boy. I really enjoyed this. So if you're looking for a sweet and sexy read, this is it. Lots of sweet loving in this one! Apr 02, Vallie rated it it was amazing Shelves: spicy-hot , sweet-smexy , gay-book-reviews , mm.
GET IN with this book!!! I think I gave 2 stars and a DNF to previous books by this author but man is my faith restored. I adored this story. I loved every single thing about it. Just perfect. First off. Rich kid, sentenced to 9 or so months of modest living with the aunt and uncle he can barely remember.
I actually liked his unfiltered, no front attitude. He did not care much about being strictly polite or that he might be coming out as an inconsiderate, insensitive jerk. But this veneer was very thin and it came off quite quickly when Jonas started getting infatuated with Tate. Looooooved Tate.
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For all the good he did i. He was just a good person. A 23 year-old person with plenty of hormones and a healthy sex drive as well. Their relationship was gorgeous. They were emotional, passionate, caring toward one another, and protective of one another in their own ways. The sex was very very very steamy when appropriate and sweet and tender when the situation called for it.
Tate was not just the guy raising his 2 sisters. That part of his character history was developed thoroughly. This is not the case here. We see how Tate is affected by raising his sisters although one of them is almost 18 anyway and how much it takes. Major points for this part of the book. I also loved that Jonas went from insecure, lost little rich boy, closed off and unapproachable, to someone who grew a backbone, stood up for himself to his bigot father, and learnt how to love and accept himself.
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It was glorious! No silly miscommunication, even when the situation practically rolled the mat for something like this to happen. I adored this book and I will most definitely be picking up the next one in the series.
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