Jesse

The Boys of Brighton Book 4

Fiction - LGBTQ
122 Pages
Reviewed on 01/29/2020
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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

Jesse is the fourth book in The Boys of Brighton series by M. Tasia. Royce Evans closed his heart for business when his husband died. He is a paramedic and he loves his job, excelling at his career, but in matters of the heart, he is lacking. He wasn’t looking for love so when sweet Jesse came into his life, he wasn’t expecting his heart to betray him like this. There is something about Jesse that awakens beautiful feelings inside Royce and he just doesn’t want to let go of these feelings. Jesse is smart yet so vulnerable and it takes all of Royce's strength to maintain his distance. He is afraid of taking the plunge once again, of making himself vulnerable, but it seems like he doesn’t have an option anymore. What is Royce going to do now? Will he give love a chance once again?

Jesse: The Boys of Brighton Book 4 by M. Tasia is such a sweet romance, one that will have you smiling and longing for more. Royce and Jesse make a cute couple and it is obvious that the two of them are practically made for each other. Their background stories are very believable, but I am amazed at how positive they both were. Sure Royce is a tricky character, but he doesn’t shy away from something good. I enjoyed how the plot developed and flowed; there wasn’t a stagnant moment in the story and the characters had plenty of time to develop. This story may have a limited number of pages, but it lacks nothing.