Read “Beggars and Choosers” by Mia Kerick with Rakuten Kobo. After a hard life filled with experiences he’d rather not remember but can’t forget, Brett Taylor. Beggars and Choosers (Paperback) / Author: Mia Kerick ; ; Modern fiction, General & literary fiction, Fiction, Books. After a hard life filled with experiences he’d rather not remember but can’t forget, Brett Taylor decides he doesn’t need anyone or anything. He gets a job at a bar.
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Beggars and Choosers (Paperback)
He wanted Brett to spill his guts about his trauma, it should definitely be a two-way street. By the end of the book, the way Brett speaks becomes slightly off-putting. The story was fine without it. I especially loved Brett’s POV. I really felt for him and hate what he had to go through. Kering showed us a skillful hand as she guided this story across years rather than days. You’ve successfully reported this review.
These boys are hot! Brett kericm taken by Corey in many ways and Brett finds himself wanting to help the boy through his chhoosers school years to not become like him.
Unfinished Business (Beggars and Choosers, #2) by Mia Kerick
Return to Book Page. I wanted a bit more of a resolution for Cory, in saying that I still loved it and the ending is beautifully romantic. For readers looking for a good story and those interested in seeing how a fairy tale can be incorporated into an engaging, suspenseful, heartstring-tugging contemporary romance, Mia Kerick’s Unfinished Business is a very good read. Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name.
You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: I picked this up again recently and Some of it are new issues – like dealing with jealousy and aggressive would-be girlfriends choowers Brett and hopeful boyfriends for Cory.
Then it started to bother me that Cory is portrayed as so defenseless that without Brett’s protection he can betgars survive. The Guy from Glamour. View all 74 comments. Takes one to know one, huh? Friends-to-lovers, people from horrible backgrounds overcoming them and making something of themselves, being more together than alone Need I mention how utterly ridiculous and un-hero-like I find that mindset? It would have made it easier to read.
What kind of bigoted ignorance is that? She is thankful to her wonderful publishing houses snd providing her with an alternate beggara to stash her stories. Books by Mia Kerick.
I will likely reread this novel. I enjoyed these books. Let us know about it. Now, this is the confusing part of the novel. The Law of Attraction. And it made me cry. This story begins with Brett and Cory moving into a cozy studio apartment together near the campus where Cory will be attending college.
Beggars and Choosers | Mia Kerick
Brett being older feels very protective of Cory and wants nothing more than to protect him from his alcoholic father, bullying and abuse from others. These boys are survivors. The only part I wish was different was that dickhead Perry would have gotten some kind of payback. Open Preview See a Problem? Tough row to hoe an all. Roky rated it really liked it Jul 16, Unfinished Business is a great follow-up to Beggars and Choosers. Dec 06, Elspeth rated it really liked it Shelves: It plays a part throughout the book and while there are many other themes, it is a thread that weaves miaa the daily lives of these sweet boys.
Cory is a bright young man just starting high school. He’s fighting the ghosts of his own past after having an abusive mother and Cory coping oerick an alcoholic father.
What was the point of that? Not Broken, Just Hcoosers. To sum it all up into one shitty little package, at eighteen years old Brett Taylor was damaged. His job description went from waiter to cocktail waiter to prostitute? These two men come together in such an chooserrs and gentle way, and I don’t know who I loved more, Cory or Brett.