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Come What MayE drowns himself in Jonas can neither escape nor accept who he isEnter Tate He's smart confident and instantly sees right through Jonas's surly exterior Sure he's done things in life he's not proud of but he knows who he is and what he wants And what he wants is Jonas As their easy friendship intensifies into something Tate introduces Jonas to a life he. Come What May is the first book in the All Saints series by AM Arthur This book revolves around Tate the co owner of All Saints homeless shelter for LBGT teens in the Wilmington Delaware area Tate is the guardian of his two younger siblings and lives above a garage in a small apartment When Tate meets his landlord's young nephew first impressions were mixed Albeit beautiful Jonas was the epitome of spoiled rich and in denial He says he's straight and only goes for the women but everything screams otherwise And something about this 21 year old troubled frat boy says he may truly need a friend than a boyfriendJonas gets sent to live with his aunt after his Senator father is painfully disappointed in his stupid hazing prank that made headline news Always the failure maybe moving into the basement of his aunt's house and actually taking time off of school to work and learn responsibility will be therapeutic When he meets his aunt's tenant Tate sets his world on fire Deeply in denial of being homosexual something about Tate is irresistible and time spent between these very different men finds his denial waning and his desires mountingCome What May is one of those easy medium paced build MM reads Tate the ever volunteer and responsible guy with very little in monetary things finds himself a pivotal support person for the kid who on the surface seems to have it all Jonas found just what he needs in this town true family and values giving instead of receiving and love where it's least expected Another successful MM read by AM Arthur This is an author I can pick up and always know I'll get a nice balance of story angst and steam Characters are usually very different but compliment what the other needs or lacks perfectly I'm anxious to see who Tate's business partner Marc ends up with in the next installment Advanced copy received by Carina Press via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review

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Jonas needs Tate He just doesn't know it yet Or at least he doesn't want to admit it Because there is no way Jonas Ashcroft is gay He's a straight carefree frat boy player just like any good son of a conservative state senator If only his struggle to convince everyone especially himself didn't leave him so miserable No matter how many girls or bottles h. Audio story 35 stars round up because of the endearing MCsToo much drama in the last couple of chapters and the wrap up at the end was just too sweet

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Come What May review Á eBook or Kindle ePUB Õ Jonas needs Tate He just doesn't know it yet Or at least he doesn't want to admit it Because there is no way Jonas Ashcroft is gay He's a straight carefree frat boy player just like any good son of a conservative state senator If only his struggle to convince everyone—especially himself—d's never known One filled with acceptance and sex and a love that terrifies and excites them bothBut some inner demons refuse to be shaken off so easily When Jonas's old life barges in he faces a shattering choice one that could destroy everything he and Tate have fought so hard for Sometimes love just isn't enough and sometimes it's exactly what you ne. 4 StarsThis book is one that will grab your attention and not let it go from beginning to end Tate and Jonas are Two MC that are made for each other their story is absolutely adorable and one that leaves you feeling happy at the end There are parts of this story that you will feel like you are actually living as AM Arthur pulls you right into the story line and you will want these two to have their happily ever after 4 stars❥❥´¨¸•´¸•´¨ ¸•¨¸•´ ¸•`Review Copy provided by Carina Press in exchange for an honest review Reviewed by Jaime from Alpha Book Club