Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Review tour - Alpha Barman by Sue Brown

Alpha Barman - Sue Brown

Author: Sue Brown

Release Date: November 24

Cover Design: Garrett Leigh

Length: 48,000 words

Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK 

Blurb

Jake Tyler walked out of Special Ops two years ago, a devastated, broken man after he discovered his sister brutally murdered by her husband, Riley. Since then he’s found a kind of peace running a rural bar. The last thing Jake Tyler expects is his former team to turn up with grim news. Jake’s ex-brother-in-law has escaped from prison and is heading Jake’s way. The team is here to protect Jake, whether he likes it or not – a decision reluctantly shared by their leader, Jake’s ex-lover Mitch Mitchelson.

Mitch is angry and hurting. The man he trusted – the man he adored more than anything – abandoned both his team and Mitch. Jake never gave Mitch a chance to help or come to terms with his desertion. Regardless of mission protocols, Mitch isn’t about to open his heart again to that kind of pain.

But the strong attraction between them can’t be denied. How are they ever going to work together when Mitch still resents Jake’s disappearance, and to Jake, the team represents everything that destroyed him in the first place? And meantime they wait for Riley to find them... and to settle the threat once and for all.




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Author Bio

Sue Brown is owned by her dog and two children. When she isn't following their orders, she can be found plotting at her laptop. In fact she hides so she can plot, and has become an expert at ignoring the orders.

Sue discovered M/M erotica at the time she woke up to find two men kissing on her favorite television series. She had an Aha moment and put pen to paper that same day. Sue may be late to the party, but she's made up for it since, writing fan fiction until she was brave enough to venture out into the world of original fiction.

Come over and talk to Sue at:
sue@suebrownstories.com
Her website can be found at:
http://www.suebrownstories.com/
Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/suebrownstories
Twitter:
http://twitter.com/suebrownstories
Blog:
http://suebrownsstories.blogspot.com/



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This book should come with a warning... do not read without a box of tissues handy. It will definitely take it's toll on your emotions which is one of the strengths of this story. One of.

It's not a sappy love story. There are some romantic moments, some action, some drama and some suspense. There are few spots where readers will scratch their heads and wonder what just happened.

It's a story about a group of men who are brothers bound together by everything except blood. It's a story about finding justice. It's a story that makes readers wonder what they would do in similar situations.

Ms. Brown's amazing writing turns Alpha Barman into a read-in-one-sitting page-turner. It's incredibly engrossing. It's very difficult to not become involved with the lives of the characters. The characters are just that real.

The plot is like something you'd read about in the newspapers or see on a TV news program. It's so plausible one cannot wonder if it's ever happened in reality.

Alpha Barman would make an excellent two-part TV mini-series, Alpha Barman being part one and the strongly hinted-at sequel being part two. I would really love to see this happen.

I can't urge people to read this strongly enough. Simply put, the book is simply amazing and most definitely worth reading at least a couple of times.

If I were allowed to rate it higher than a 5, I most certainly would, but I have to settle for a 5.

I look very much forward to the sequel.

Awesome job, Ms. Brown.

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