Read “Beggars and Choosers” by Mia Kerick with Rakuten Kobo. After a hard life filled with experiences he’d rather not remember but can’t forget, Brett Taylor. Beggars and Choosers (Paperback) / Author: Mia Kerick ; ; Modern fiction, General & literary fiction, Fiction, Books. After a hard life filled with experiences he’d rather not remember but can’t forget, Brett Taylor decides he doesn’t need anyone or anything. He gets a job at a bar.
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Is this product missing categories? Feb kericl, Dianne rated it it was amazing. Mia, is there going to be a third???!! Cory is just grateful to be with his dad that he overlooks his shortcomings as a father.
Beggars and Choosers | Mia Kerick
Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Their relationship was deepening, and they grew to understand each other even more. You could feel their fear and insucrity coming choosera the pages, but also the love! Brett can’t be anything but straight. He lives above a pub with a drunk for a father and not a lot of happiness to fill his days.
When push comes to shove, will the bonds of trust and love be enough to keep these two broken men together? Would you like us to take another look at this review? He’s tired of the logging job the kept him in the woods for the keick year, away from showers and indoor plumbing, but it was far away from his mother and high school and, he hoped, his memories.
The voice of this book, due to Brett’s accent, is very unique, but may not be for everyone. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of beggars reviewer’s personal information.
Beggars and Choosers (Beggars and Choosers, #1) by Mia Kerick
This was a very character-driven story, which ordinarily I love. And I’m sorry but, “I carefully lined our two manly parts up together” I mean, really???
Her only major regret: Whether they are gay or het or bisexual or whatever. I really really enjoyed the first one so I was pretty excited about the second.
Then I guess I should have expected you. Oct 17, Caroline Brand rated it really liked it Shelves: Again another fantastic book by Mia Kerick. The review must be at least 50 characters long. He never thought he was worthy of his friendship, let alone the young man’s love. Contact Mia at miakerick gmail. We appreciate your feedback.
Takes one to know one, huh? No matter how much Brett promised to protect Cory and would always be there for him, I was worried that all sorts of things could crop up suddenly, so how would Cory cope if he had to be left on his own?
By the time Cory and Brett had a Big Misunderstanding-type falling out, I was ready to throw my ereader across the room. Kerick surprised me by using the same personalities forged by such messed-up lives to transcend a likely outcome like co-dependency and return the relationship to the romantic ideal I realistically scoff at but secretly hope exists for a happy couple somewhere in the world. Preview — Unfinished Business by Mia Kerick. Brett was a school dropped out and lived alone in a small apartment after his mom kicked him out.
Mia Kerick has done a wonderful job with this story and I was so glad we got the sequel.
Her only major regret: He has optimism in everything he does jerick even though his father shows him no love he does everything possible in the hope that ketick day he will.
Although I love to hear alpha males throw out endearments, this has gotten ridiculous. Knight of Ocean Avenue. I know I was thinking Amy Lane when reading this.
Both had family problems. Mar 18, Nik added it Shelves: There was no confusing him with anyone else, with the chooosers alternating between Brett and Cory, that became important. She is looking for a love match for her roommate, Tristan. Apr 03, Serena Yates rated it really liked it Shelves: Hey, it happens more often than you’d think in real life, so why not here? And whose idea was it to dress the child up like all of a sudden the bar-n-grill had turned into a strip club?
Cory is the smart and sweet child of an alcoholic who barely considers Cory as a human being. The book ties up loose ends from Beggars and Choosers, and ultimately makes you feel positive about this young couple coming into adulthood.
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Kerick offered quick background explanations for first-timers meeting Brett Taylor and Cory Butana so the newbies could get into this part of their life with just short references to their old one. Description Details Customer Reviews After a hard life filled with experiences he’d rather not remember but can’t forget, Brett Taylor decides he doesn’t need anyone or anything.
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