Download ☆ Scrap (The Bristol Collection, #3) By Josephine Myles – Ladybooks.us

Scrap (The Bristol Collection, #3) When Things Come To A Head, There S Nowhere To Go But Down On The Surface, Derek Call Me Dare Nelson S Life Is Simple, Doing Up Custom Campervans While Living In A Slightly Illegal Caravan In His Riverfront Yard When A Handsome, Smooth Talking Developer Offers To Buy The Land Out From Under His Feet, Dare Realizes It S The Same Man He Had To Escort Home From A Party Months Ago For Causing A Drunken Scene.Grant Matravers Lives A Double Life, Attempting To Adjust To Weekends As A Single, Divorced Gay Man While Staying Closeted At Work The Strain Of Keeping Up The Part Time Pretense, Missing His Kids, And Now A Problematic Attraction To The Shave Headed, Tattooed Dare, Has Worn His Emotional Barriers Dangerously Thin.Dare Blasts Through Those Barriers In A Way Grant Isn T Prepared For, Challenging Everything He Thought He Knew About Himself As A Gay Man But As Their Chemistry Heats Up And The Intimacy Between Them Grows, Grant Edges Toward A Decision That Could Blow Up In His Face Exposing A Hornet S Nest Of Complications That Could Destroy Any Chance For Happily Ever After.

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  • ebook
  • 258 pages
  • Scrap (The Bristol Collection, #3)
  • Josephine Myles
  • English
  • 15 January 2017
  • 1619224925

    10 thoughts on “Download ☆ Scrap (The Bristol Collection, #3) By Josephine Myles – Ladybooks.us


  1. says:

    4.5 starsMyles writes unapologetically British prose, and I love her all thefor it.Her writing is always charming, accessible, and funny This sweet enemies to lover story is a spin off from the second Bristol collection book, Stuff Grant is Mas s closeted, married ex who was doused with a bit of wine by Perry in book two And rightly so God, Grant is an arse He s snobby, selfish, and delusional He does come clean to his wife FINALLY, but he treats Dare like garbage Dare took Grant ho 4.5 starsMyles writes unapologetically British prose, and I love her all thefor it.Her writing is always charming, accessible, and funny This sweet enemies to lover story is a spin off from the second Bristol collection book, Stuff Grant is Mas s closeted, married ex who was doused with a bit of wine by Perry in book two And rightly so God, Grant is an arse He s snobby, selfish, and delusional He does come clean to his wife FINALLY, but he treats Dare like garbage Dare took Grant home after Grant made a fool of himself at the Cabbages and Kinks grand reopening But Grant doesn t usually go for guys with shaved heads and tats who smell like engine oil.Grant is posh, you see, and he wants the world to know it I wanted to give Dare a squishy hug He works so hard to take care of his junkie brother Sporti...


  2. says:

    Let me begin by saying, I m a total Myles fangirl I have always LOVED her books.until now.I was hesitant to jump in mid series, but it appeared to be a safe move since the focus is on a new couple I don t think my problems had anything to do with lack of history from the first two books And I had no problem with the writing.So, what was my problem Well, to startI m not a fan ofcheater cheater can t keep it in your pants assholes. And not only was Grant screwing around on his wife in th Let me begin by saying, I m a total Myles fangirl I have always LOVED her books.until now.I was hesitant to jump in mid series, but it appeared to be a safe move since the focus is on a new couple I don t think my ...


  3. says:

    Scrap was a good opposites attract story, but it didn t come close to Stuff, IMO It took me a little while to warm to Dare and Grant Both of them irritated me in previous books, and I thought that their chemistry was a bit too rough around the edges for my taste While the chemistry and romance improved though the course of the story, I still didn t quite see the love develop It waslike strong attraction, as far as I could see I m not a huge fan of kids in romance books, mostly because Scrap was a good opposites attr...


  4. says:

    This is a pleasant opposites attract story about Dare, a blue collar guy who refurbishes caravans, and Grant, a real estate project manager who finally gets up the self awareness to separate from his wife, and admit to himself and others that he s gay They meet and strike sparks of attraction, despite the fact that Grant s job requires him to encourage Dare to sell his property for development I liked Dare s pushy self confidence The dialogue between the two guys had moments of fun and snark, This is a pleasant opposites attract story about Dare, a blue collar guy who refurbishes caravans, and Grant, a real estate project manager who finally gets up the self awareness to separate from his wife, and admit to himself and others that he s gay They meet and strike sparks of attraction, despite the fact that Grant s job requires him to encourage Dare to sell his property for development I liked Dare s pushy self confidence The dialogue between the two guys had moments of fun and snark, and an enemies to lovers vibe.The tone of the story is fairly light, despite some of the secondary issues that were potentially serious and significant, and could have beenemotional The relationship was heavy on sex and light on anything much else until well into the book, which fit the story, but made me feel like I missed some of the connection between the MCs I enjoyed watching Dare a lot, and sympathized with Grant, who began as a jerk and ended up perhaps theinterest...


  5. says:

    Another great edition to the Bristol series Review with my Lorikins I love this series so hard and this installment just confirms why I love the setting, I love the characters and I love the story of them falling in love.I think the thing I appreciated most about Dare and Grant was how incredibly imperfect they were and how those flaws made them perfect for each other These were guys I could totally get with They didn t make declarations of love and smother each other with fluff They re guy An...


  6. says:

    More like 4.5 starsSo, finished and I liked it a lot Well balanced although I found the work related storyline was a bit unbalanced, so to say In the beginning of the whole thing it was played up only to then vanish completely to then return during the final 5 chapters or so Neverthele...


  7. says:

    It s the third book in the Bristol Collection, and it was written because I became utterly intrigued by the villain I d created for Stuff I wanted to find out why he was the way he was, and if he could be redeemed So Grant gets his own book, and who better to pair him up with than the man tasked with throwing him out of Mas s party Dare Opposites do indeed attractYou can read this as a standalone I think It s a bitheavy than Stuff in terms of themes, although I think ...


  8. says:

    Oh, hey.Josephine Myles Her best book, IMO, since The Hot Floor.


  9. says:

    When, exactly, had his life got so complicated Once upon a time, it had all seemed so easy Marry the girl who was his best friend, have children and climb to the top of the ladder in his chosen career Happiness would follow It was bound to.It was only now Grant started to wonder if he hadn t been looking in entirely the wrong place for happiness Only trouble was, he didn t know how to change the life he d chosen And when he closed his eyes and tried to imagine happ...


  10. says:

    Amazing Buddy review soon at BMBR, with Ann.

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