Braeton & Drew
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Braeton Reed left his small-minded hometown and disapproving family long ago and never looked back.
Andrew Hines has nothing against a solid, loving relationship; he just isn’t sure he’ll ever find one.
Braeton has been told he’s a bit of a diva. Andrew has heard he’s not flashy enough. Can their differences pull them together? Or will these polar opposites allow society to dictate who they are and who they love?
**This is a male/male romance meant for ages 18+ due to adult language and adult situations.**
This book really touched my heart.
Braeton & Drew is the fourth book in the Something About Him series but it can be read as a standalone. This story really touched me. It’s told in first-person POV with chapters alternating between Drew and Braeton.
Braeton is flashy, flamboyant and there is no mistaking that he’s out and proud. He grew up in a small town where he didn’t fit in so he left after he graduated from high school. His family didn’t disown him but they still think he’s going through a “phase” and will eventually settle down with a nice gire.
Drew is the exact opposite of Braeton. He loves sports and beer and hates shopping and fashion. His family didn’t disown him either but they are disappointed that he didn’t become a doctor and join the family business.
Drew’s boss thinks that he needs some sprucing up so he is sent to the salon where Braeton works as a stylist. When they meet Drew is definitely attracted to Braeton.
Both Braeton and Drew want to settle down but they both also have a lot of insecurities when it comes to relationships. Their differences seem to complement each other and everything is going well until Braeton makes a huge mistake.
I loved the relationship between these two; their chemistry came through loud and clear and the sexy time was HOT! Ms. Ellis has crafted another fantastic story in this series. I liked how she included a business in the story that wanted to be inclusive for everyone.
I have really enjoyed reading this series and hope that there will be more stories coming.
An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.