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Wheels Down: a Friends to Lovers Gay Romance (Food Truck Warriors Book 5) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B09FM55WM7
- Publication date : September 30, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 2503 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 317 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,787 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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that fixes everything. 🤷🏻♀️
It’s an alright story it just seems weird that she makes such a big deal about Ross being so difficult and grumpy when he never really is and everything works out so easily.
This was another book in the Food truck warriors series and to see the other characters popping in is a treat as well! Loved Beth Bolden’s series as always.
In this book you will read of Ross and Shaw, a couple I did not expect when reading the previous stories in the series, as they are both side characters, Shaw being the little brother of Jackson (of Kiss & Tell), and Ross the business partner of the villain Aaron (of Full Speed Ahead).
Their relationship starts off as a close friendship between two hard-working men when Ross was seeing the depth of the pit following Aaron's show-down and arrest, and really didn't know how to save his food truck business. Shaw on the other hand was stuck (even though he didn't want to admit it) in his routine as a bartender and was reluctant to take any change into consideration.
I loved how patient Shaw was and how Ross slowly came out of his shell allowing himself to let go, enjoy personal interactions and begin to trust other people again. Not an easy task for him, but Shaw was there, paving the path and showing him that not everybody was like Aaron.
They have hot moments but also many very emotional interactions, and like Shaw, the reader just wants to go and hug Ross, and tell him that there is good in the world and that he is not alone.
In the end, the reader is left with a feel-good HEA and the desire to go and have a chicken waffle at the Food Truck compound in LA!
I received an advanced reader copy of this book and am very happy to recommend it to any reader looking for an engaging, feel-good, food-stuffed, relatively quick read.
Shaw could tell what Ross was going through by his actions and took things at Ross’s pace. Eventually their relationship changes from friends to much more. I really enjoyed this story and highly recommend it. There was a lot of angst in what was happening to Ross and how he was trying to get through the hard times and I liked how Shaw was able to go slowly and help him out in many ways. The characters were well developed and the situations they were in were realistic. I also liked how the characters from previous books in the series played a part in what was happening. One of the things I liked best was that Tony, the head of the Food Truck Warriors, decided to have a contest for all the food trucks to see who could develop the best recipe using a waffle maker and sell the most of what they made. This led to some interesting recipes and also let Ross shine. My favorite part of the story came at the end when Ross and Shaw got their HEA and Ross learned that he could trust other people and that he was the hero in his own story. There is one more book in the series and I can’t wait to read it.
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This was Ross and Shaw’s story and although we found out all about Ross’s best friend and business partner Aaron in the previous book which ended with his arrest, in this book we find out just how effected Ross is and how traumatic it has all been for him. We find out the extent of Aaron’s betrayal and the awful financial hole Ross is struggling to find his way out of. Ross was a very quiet and introvert character anyway and Aaron has made it difficult for him to trust another person but just as Ross is completely overwhelmed by his problems along comes Shaw.
Shaw is a sweetheart, the complete opposite of Ross. Where Shaw always has a smile on his face and is a people person Ross doesn’t smile and doesn’t know how to relate to people. Shaw has secretly, well maybe not so secretly, been attracted to Ross for ages and he throws Ross a lifeline. Little do they realise it will change the course of their lives forever.
Ross was so vulnerable and I loved the way Shaw dealt with him, with patience and understanding and watching Ross finding his smile and new friends was heartwarming.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and throughout the series I have always been curious about the man-whore Ren. I think there is a lot more to him and so I am pleased to find that the final book in the series will be Ren and Seth’s story. Can’t wait for that one!
Shaw sets out to try to help and, hopefully, put a smile on Ross' face after the horrible rollercoaster his life has lately been. Ross has so many battles to overcome, poor guy, he needs someone like Shaw, to take him on and just teach him to trust and have faith in himself.
Initially, they become good friends, and unknowingly helped each other overcome obstacles that were preventing each of them from fully living life.They support and challenge each other to go above and beyond. I loved how their friendship just blossomed and grew. How they ultimately made each other stronger.
I totally fell in love with Shaw and Ross! They are so well thought out, not to mention the detail in the story. My favourite of the series so far. Can't wait for Ren's story