Top 2 Bottom Reviews – Anything Could Happen
There is something so exquisitely inviting about the way in which B.G Thomas writes. From the first sentence to the last you are engaged, invested and involved with all of his characters both major and minor alike. The connection is tangible and is grounded in a sense of familiarity as we are reintroduced to old friends from his previous body of work. Anything Could Happen is about discovering through those around you exactly who you are. Continue reading
Joyfully Jay Site Review: Anything Could Happen by B.G. Thomas
What would it be like to grow up in a small town where neighbors turned a blind eye to the abuse that went on behind closed doors and you, yourself, had fallen in love with someone whom you might never openly be able to love? To make matters worse, what if the one you love was male, just like you, and in one night of reckless abandon you showed him just how much you wanted him? Then he ran, fled, not only your house, but the town itself, and no one knew where he was other than the name of the city to which he had flown. How could you let him go? What if he was just escaping the years of abuse in his own home, and was afraid to let his family know he too liked boys? What if he loved you too? All these questions and so many more plagued poor Austin Shelbourne the day he took off to Kansas City to find Todd, the boy he was so sure he was in love with and who quite possibly loved him in return. Continue reading
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ARC Review – Anything Could Happen
9:06 pm 28 September 2013
To see things through the eyes of somebody else. This is why I read, my prime reason.
My secondary reason for reading is to step into shoes that I physically could never wear, hence my fascination with m/m romance. I will never be able to be a gay man, but I can try to understand what it might be like.
And this is what this second book in the series does (both are quite stand-alone, important for people like me), this book explores being a gay man, and what it can be like, for the first time, to enter a room where everybody understands who you are. It is coming of age, together with coming out. As such, it is a finely tuned and sweet story. Continue reading
Excellent Review for “Anything Could Happen” at Jessewave!
Rating: 4.25 out of 5 stars
Guest review by Orion
Review summary: A sweet, delightful tale of romance.
Moving to Kansas City could be the best thing Austin Shelbourne has ever done. For a start, he can stop living a lie and finally come out of the closet. And there’s a chance, though slim, that he might be able to locate the love of his life, Todd Burton. It had seemed like a good idea when he seduced his friend, but Todd freaked out and vanished. Austin hopes to find Todd, make things right between them, and win his love. But when he meets actor Guy Campbell, things get even more confusing.
The moment Guy sets eyes on Austin, he knows Austin is The One. But Austin makes it clear he feels a responsibility to Todd, and Guy has some dark secrets of his own. He’s found redemption in acting and directing, but worries that if Austin learns the truth, he might not be able bear it. And what if Todd accepts Austin’s apology and the love Austin offers? Guy wants Austin desperately, but he also wants him to be happy. In the play of life, with the happiness of good men in the balance, anything could happen.
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Joint Review: Anything Could Happen by B. G. Thomas
Reviewed by Danielle & Sid
Sid: Anything could Happen, isn’t that right, Dani?
Dani: Absolutely Sid , anything can and will happen indeed…
Sid: Wow! That was a good one, and left a nice impression on me. I absolutely loved the character of Austin! Continue reading