Boys of Brighton Book 7

Fiction - LGBTQ
146 Pages
Reviewed on 02/02/2020
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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

Grady is the 7th book in the Boys of Brighton series by M. Tasia. Grady Reynolds knows that happiness comes in small doses and that is the best his life can afford. He thought he had the love of his family and job security, but all of that changed when he came out to the most important people in his life. The only way he could think of improving his life and his loneliness was by moving away from home. That turned out to be the best decision as he found Ben Manson, a smoking hot firefighter who makes his heart and body sing. But his world comes crashing down once again when he realizes that Ben does not want to take their relationship further. Can Grady say goodbye to another person he loves or is there something that he can do to change Ben’s mind?

Grady is perhaps my favorite novel in the Boys of Brighton series by M. Tasia. She is a phenomenal writer, she has the gift of words and she is not afraid to use this gift to the best of her abilities. I enjoy reading her stories because they are wonderfully intricate and give you an escape that you will love. Grady is such an awesome character, he is complex yet he is so open and ready to accept anything that comes his way. I enjoyed the connection he had with Ben and how he was ready to do whatever was best for him. Grady learned to stand up for himself and that he was the first person he should love before anyone else. This is an incredibly sweet yet emotional story in this series and I absolutely adored it.