- File Size: 944 KB
- Print Length: 250 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: One Hat Press (September 27, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07617FCSZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #343,677 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Alpha Chef (J.T's Bar Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I have been watching Amazon for this book (#2 in the JT's Bar series) ever since I read Alpha Barman, so I feel bummed that I didn't enjoy it more than I did. However, I did enjoy Alpha Barman a lot, so I will still check out any possible additions to this series from this author.
On the run from a gangster after witnessing a mob hit and the WITSEC falling down on the job, he's compromised. After being kicked out of his family home at 18, and his brother joining the army and not leaving on good terms, he didn't have anyone to turn to when the Marshal's that were supposed to have his back, suddenly didn't. Now, his life in jeopardy and nothing but the clothes on his back and the meager money he had in his pocket, he had to get out of there, and fast. Deciding the only person he had that he could trust was his brother, he hitchhiked to nowhere town, Wyoming and hoped that his brother didn't turn him away....
Of course his brother didn't, because as long as Greg has been thinkin about MItch...Mitch's been tryin to find Greg...I loved their relationship and I loved seeing a sweeter side to Mitch... He doesn't only love Jake, his love for his brother was cute....
Now, Riordan, read the whole book, still dunno how to pronounce his name.... but I wasn't sure about him... I literally went almost the whole book and didn't know if we could trust him. I knew Greg had feelings for him, but, after Riordan didn't show up when Greg needed him, getting brushed off by the marshal's and then him showing up out of the blue... I just didn't trust him... It almost cost him his life....more than once... Still, I knew Mitch wouldn't have left him with someone that wasn't trust worthy and that's the only reason I feel like I was able to let my guard down and hope for the best with them...
With a mole in the marshal's and nobody knowing who you could trust while the man that putGreg in WITSEC was after him to kill him, Riordan and Greg go into hiding at Howies cabin and that's where things get hot and heavy with them....
Can I also just say that I'm super bummed about Si and Howie and I really hope they work it out and that there's a next book. If not, I dunno if I'll be able to handle it. How unnecessary!!
But, alls well that ends well because the alpha's in this story take care of their family and Jake and MItch make it clear that once they've claimed you... there's no going back. I also wish that the guys would've gotten some better karmic justice with their homophobic, A-hole father.. I mean, he did ruin both of their lives and with as trigger happy as the whole clan are, I don't see why the man was left breathing... I really dont.... Blah....
Either way though, it ended well and everybody (except Si and HOwie) were happy and healthy and together and in love....and what more could you ask for really, (except for Si and Howie, of course) but I'm holding out hope for them.... Great addition to a great series!
4 stars from me!
I mentioned that I thought Colm was the more alpha character, I found him to have the strong, protective personality that I associate with alpha males—particularly in his role as a US Marshal. Greg is also a strong character, but his is more of an inner strength that keeps him going and persevering even after all that he’s been through. I wish we could have seen some of the relationship development between the two men before the events of this book started to see where those seeds of their developing emotions were planted, just to get more insight into how their attraction began.
I really liked the portions of the story dealing with Greg and his brother Cole (Mitch) reconnecting. This added some good depth to the story and we get to see Cole doing his alpha protective thing again, this time with his brother now that he has him back. I was also happy to see the other returning characters from the first book, in particular Si and Howie—my interest is piqued with them and the potential conflict that may be arising between them (Howie is such a sweet guy!).
Alpha Chef skims close enough to 4 stars for me to round it there as my final rating, and I think those readers who read Alpha Barman will like Alpha Chef even more. This book is meant for readers 18+ for adult language and sexual content (mmm…Greg and Colm sure do have some hot chemistry going on!).
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