Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Blog Tour, eARC Review & Excerpt & #Giveaway: Bryan & Jase: Something About Him by A.D. Ellis


TITLE: Bryan & Jase 

SERIES: Something about Him 

AUTHOR: A.D. Ellis 

COVER ARTIST: Andrea Michelle 

LENGTH: 52,000 words 

RELEASE DATE: April 28, 2016 

Jase Rafferty grew up hiding his sexual curiosities—until he meets Bryan Keating. Bryan’s sexual preference is no secret, and being deployed overseas together allows the two men to forge a solid friendship. The sexual attraction is undeniable, but after one lust-filled week, they must go their separate ways. 
A year later, a chance meeting gives them one more weekend together, even though they know Jase can’t risk his military career or his family obligations to be with Bryan. 
Several years pass before Jase finally accepts the desperate longing in his heart and body. But when fear and hatred threaten to tear them apart, Jase must make a tough decision, one that he isn’t sure he and Bryan can overcome. Together, they must choose to weather the storm or say goodbye forever. 

**This is a male/male romance meant for ages 18+ due to adult language and adult situations.** 

A movement to my left caught my eye, and in the next second my heart seized in my chest. Bryan had put his hand on Grayson’s chest and my baby boy had immediately gripped his finger.

Blushing furiously, Bryan cleared his throat and husked out, “Wow, he’s got a tight grip.”

“Yep, you’re like his best friend for life now,” I joked. “Once he gets hold of something it’s like prying that fist open with the jaws of life to get it loose.”

I reached up to stroke my son’s hand. Electricity crackled between Bryan and me when our hands brushed together. His eyes held heat and longing when he drew his gaze up to mine. I smiled slightly and squeezed his hand almost as tightly as Gray was gripping his finger.

“Later,” was all I had the ability to mouth to him before the shuttle squealed into the hotel parking lot.

Review by: multitaskingmomma
My Rating: (5 of 5 Stars) 5 
The Multiplier Rating Takes Effect

Bryan & Jase: lots of feels for this one. I got caught up in their story, at times absolutely hating I was reading such malignant bigotry at other times cursing out why such an idiot could be such an idiot and then, the feels and tears war with the anger. Is this heavy drama? No, it's not. It's actually a pretty fast read for the pace is set by this reader's need to find out what happens next and find out how Jase or Bryan  address the issues life's left hook swings their way. 

Guys, this is based on a true story so I have no other words but to say: I truly do encourage you to get hold of this book and read it for yourselves as it's real as real can be, despite the disbelief that such things can happen in real life. Truthfully, there are worse things happening now and in the future. Point is, nothing we do can control what life and our fears drive us to do. 

Recommendation? Look to the rating. What do you think? YES!


AuthorPicA.D. Ellis spends the majority of her days loving and wrangling two school-aged children and a husband before heading to the inner city of Indiana to teach a challenging group of alternative education students in grades third through sixth. Most days she hits the gym after school in hopes of running and lifting away the stress and headaches of the day before picking up her children and squeezing a whole day’s worth of loving and living into the too-short hours before bed. It’s no wonder Ms. Ellis lives for the slower, easier days she gets to enjoy on breaks from school.

Growing up in a small farming town in southern Indiana, A.D. is grateful to her mother for passing along the love of reading. With her nose constantly stuck in a book, Ms. Ellis became accustomed to friends and acquaintances snickering and shaking their heads at her love of reading.

A.D. never dreamed of being anything but a teacher, although there are certain times of the year when she laments her career choice. Ms. Ellis had a story idea floating in her head for about a year. After persistent prodding from a friend, A.D. put pen to paper and began writing her first story in October 2013. From that moment on, she was hooked. Taking the people and stories from her head and sharing them with readers is a scary, exhausting, rewarding, and fulfilling experience which A.D. plans to continue until there are no more stories banging around in her mind.


Winner’s Prize: E-copy of Bryan & Jase


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