Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Waking the Behr by Pat Henshaw

Series: Foothills Pride 7
Author: Pat Henshaw
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM contemporary
Pages: 88
Reviewer: Redz






Publisher’s Blurb
Both Ben and Mitch think they know exactly what they want. Turns out, they don’t even know their own hearts.

Good old boy Ben has dated women his entire life, while gay nightclub owner Mitch has never considered unsophisticated country boys his type. But after they start hanging out, the small-town contractor and the urban entrepreneur are both stunned by the electricity sparking between them.

As they step outside their comfort zones to spend time together, Mitch finds he enjoys rural car rallies, and Ben is intrigued by the upscale bars Mitch owns in San Francisco. When they share their lives and grow closer, they start to question the way they’ve always defined themselves. Then they kiss and fling open the door to love. Now they must step up and travel the road that may lead to happily ever after—even if that path isn’t one they ever expected to walk.






Review
Waking the Behr by author Pat Henshaw is the seventh book in the Foothills Pride series. This series is best read in order.
This story is written in first person narrative.  While not my favorite narrative it does work for this book.
Ben has always been a good old boy who dated women. Never thought he would be attracted to a man. He is stunned by his attraction to Mitch. He kinda doesn’t know what to do with it at first.
Mitch tall handsome, dressed to impress in his suit. Very outgoing and nice. Wants to start a family style restaurant.
Ben is confused at being suddenly attracted to Mitch. He tries to fight it. But the natural chemistry is too hard to resist.
Mitch makes his intentions very clear he wants Ben and is willing to put in the work to have him.
Really great fast pasted love story that I could not get enough of. I would love to read more from this series in the future an find out who falls in love next.


                                  Five Shooting Stars 




1 comment:

Pat Henshaw said...

Thanks for the terrific review, Redz! Have a great day!