- File Size: 2139 KB
- Print Length: 1248 pages
- Publisher: A.D. Ellis Publishing (August 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0758B11JK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
#59,547 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #345 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Romance > Bisexual Romance
- #932 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Gay Fiction
- #942 in Books > Gay & Lesbian > Literature & Fiction > Fiction > Gay
Something About Him: 6 Book Box Set Kindle Edition
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Kade and Cameron. Each and every story showed that love conquers all.
1 Bryan & Jase
I love this story. Bryan is completely aware of who he is but Jase is living in denial. Jase even goes so far as to get married, unhappily, and have a son while fighting against who he really is. I liked the part Jase’s son Grayson adds to the story. How Bryan handled Grayson’s questions about the school I found heartwarming. I also found it heartbreaking how a parent, again Jase’s dad, could be so hateful against his son. This story brings out a lot of what people face just to be who they were made to be. I really liked how the author ended the book making it a true ending. I can always count on this author for emotional stories I don’t want to put down.
2 Brody and Nick
I don’t know where the author comes up with the ideas for her books but getting together to gain a monthly housing allowance is a very original reason for two to get married. There is so much to this story. Addie who is Brody’s BFF always pushing for the details of Brody’s love life. Brody who doesn’t think things through just acts impulsively. Nick who is an all around nice guy, and Renee, Brody’s mom who really gets him. Put this all together and what a story. This is another book I could not put down. I wanted to yell at Brody and cry for Nick. I love Addie and she is much more than a friend. And who wouldn’t want a parent like Renee. I was surprised at the ending but think it’s a nice touch.
3 Barrett and Ivan location
This is the next stand alone story in the series and it is a heartbreaker. Ivan is a convicted murderer at the age of twenty and leaves his only surviving family member, his sister Lexi, to the care of Barrett. Ivan’s dad was loosely connected to the Russian Mob so using those connections Ivan is able to send money to Barrett and Lexi to survive on while he is in prison. The development of these three characters throughout the book is well laid out. I felt for them. I felt their background sorrow for circumstances that took hold of their lives. Ivan is an amazing person who suffers through so much protecting his sister. Barrett is quirky and entertaining and Lexi keeps things fun. The relationship between Barrett and Ivan as spread out over so many years is a lot of heartbreak and joy. Toss in the side issues with Dmitri and Keith and again this is one of those stories I just couldn’t put down.
4 Braeton and Drew
Let me start by saying that you really need to read Bryan & Jase first because they are referenced quite a bit in this story. And I really didn’t get a feel for Braeton until this story. He is a really out there personality. Try matching him with Drew who is a guy’s guy and talk about opposites. Braeton is “too” gay and Drew is not “enough” gay. I have a problem putting this author’s stories down. I just get started reading and the situations keep pulling you in. I just gasped when Drew’s boss said he thought all the guys on that team had taken lessons on fashion and hair but Drew must have missed them knowing he was gay. I almost needed aspirin after the gay bar episode. I have to say that I think this is one of the best stories in this series.
4 Ryker & Gavin
This story is a tearjerker. Ryker’s mom is really cold when he’s eighteen and tells her he is gay. She gives him a choice of saying it’s a misunderstanding or getting out and cutting ties. Luckily he runs into Archer and ends up with a life he wants. His love life is another matter. He is a one time, no attachment hook up guy. He isn’t giving anyone a chance to hurt him again. Then he meets Gavin. At twenty-three Ryker is in management on his job, acting in a stage production company and part of Asher’s family. Gavin is fourteen years older than Ryker and is looking for a permanent relationship. The character’s are well developed. The story flows so well that I had a hard time putting it down. Ryker’s mom Annabeth is colder than a mom should be. The ending is really good and ties up so much. The author just comes up with story lines that make me eager to see where they are going. I also like that the cover is such a good represengtation of what I picture Ryker. I love this series.
6 Kade & Cameron
This is the first story I’ve read by this author and it will made me look into more including this series. I really enjoyed this emotional rollercoaster. Right from the beginning the author has you invested in the characters. When a story starts by loss you are just drawn in to hope it gets better for the character. The characters are so believable that you feel you know them and you get that attachment of really liking them or as in Stephanie’s case, hating her. This story not only follows Cameron’s loss but the mess of Kade’s marriage. I really like how the author brings into the story the part of someone facing scrutiny. How people decide what there choices are and who they are is a big part of this story also. I really could not set this book down. The ending is so well played out that I was satisfied with the book.
Wow, what a great deal and I love all the books in the series and if you love M/M romance you can't go wrong with the set. Each story is well crafted with great characters and storylines. Ms Ellis takes the reader on a roller coaster of emotion each and every time and builds her characters up to where they all are unique with their own voice. You have the military men who fall in love, the ex con, the men who don't shy away from their sexuality,a classic May/Dec romance and the single dad's who fall for each other. Definitely something for everyone.