Cat’s Review of The Simple Truth (Falls Village Book 10) by J.T

Cheyanne @JTCheyanne @TTCBooksandmore



Falls Village. A place to be free, to be out and proud, and to live the life he’d dreamed about for himself. Brandon Martinez had everything he wanted in the palm of his hand. The new car detail/specialty shop he co-owned was starting to make money. The ocean sprawled in all of its glory only a few miles from the new condo. And best of all, he had Nick, his fiancé and business partner at his side. 



Born into old money and blessed with the stunning looks of his Ojibwe ancestors, Nick Wilson embodied the definition of the perfect fiancé. Brandon could never quite believe Nick belonged to him, had proposed to him, the Latino son of an Air Force colonel. 

One thing stood between them and their happily ever after. An electric moment of panic and one epic omission that could bring it all down around their ears. For their first few months in Falls Village, Brandon shoved it to the back of his mind. The shop and Nick kept him busy. But, he had to tell Nick, and soon. Nick was talking an actual wedding date and building a home in the Port Dock area of Falls Village. He was trying to give Brandon the permanency and stability he craved. One phone call and the time Brandon thought he had, vanished. Would Falls Village continue to be Brandon’s safe haven, or would it become his new personal Hell?

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Cat gives this one 5 Meows with a 2 Purr heat index...

Nick and Brandon and are very much in love. They seem to be a perfect couple and happy in their new home in Falls Village and their business is taking off. Except Brandon has a secret he thought he had time to deal with but suddenly is about to explode and ruin his perfect love.

This is a book 10 of 12. I think this did stand ok on its own but you would have know the other character is you’d read the rest and it sounds like a very good series.

I enjoyed the book and loved these two characters. The setting is like a character and what holds the series together.

I adored Nick and Brandon. The story is beautifully written and emotional. The storyline was interesting, and I will admit once I started the book I didn’t want to stop (I read this in one setting). I want to go back and read the rest.

If you like established couples, lovely settings, coming out and an all-over beautiful romance I recommend this.

 




It's me! J.T. Cheyanne. I live in beautiful Sweet Home Alabama. The skies truely are the bluest I've ever seen. The heat in summer steals your breath and we don't usually have a white Christmas, but it's a great place to hang your hat. 

I started writing for roleplay in 2010 and moved on to writing my own original work shortly after due to the encouragement of my wonderful friends. Completing Ocean's Kiss and seeing it through to publication was a journey I will never forget. It taught me a lot about writing, about friendship and about personal accomplishment. 

I'm currently working on several stories. I look forward to my next publication.

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