Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Book Review ~ Secret Seth by Ki Brightly

Book Review ~ Secret Seth by Ki Brightly 

Secret Seth is available for purchase in e-book and paperback, and is also in Kindle Unlimited.  



Tyler Faulkner lived for his work, constructing Hollywood sets. His designs were perfect, and he expected equal perfection from his crew and himself. But, talented as he was, he felt trapped. A creative clash with a producer left him out of more than just a job, and Tyler decided that maybe a new beginning was exactly what he needed.

Seth Goodwin was reliable. So rock-steady that his father made him a partner in the family construction business over his older brothers. Seth’s job was simple—he took a highly
skilled crew out on the road to build ridiculously expensive projects for rich clients. Their success prompted Seth and his dad to hire a new designer.

Seth wasn’t so steady around Tyler. Tyler didn’t simply draw art; he forced it into reality, elbowing his way into Seth’s work crew and life, whether he wanted him there or not. But Seth had a secret he’s been keeping for a long while, and Tyler, flamboyant and verbose, wasn’t someone who fit in a closet, unless he was looking for the perfect shoes to go with his outfit.

Would Seth and Tyler be able to make it work? Or would everyone’s secrets catch up with them?

4 stars

This is just overall a sweet and low-angst book. It was slow, and I mean slow, but it worked for me. It was very real. There was nothing crazy happening, no over the top miscommunication or tension.

The book felt authentic to me. I liked both MCs. Seth was incredibly sweet and a little bit clueless at times but in a good way. Tyler was charming and sassy.

There were a couple MC name mixups, but only a few times. I did not get bored with the internal dialogue at all and while this was a slow book, I did enjoy it.

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

Author Bio:

Ki Brightly

Ki grew up in small town nowhere pretending that meteor showers were aliens invading, turning wildflowers into magic potions, and reading more than was probably healthy. Ki had one amazing best friend, one endlessly out of grasp "true love", and a personal vendetta against normalcy.

Now, as an adult, living in Erie, Pennsylvania, Ki enjoys the sandy beaches, frigid winters, and a wonderful fancy water addiction. Seriously, fancy waters...who knew there were so many different kinds? It's just water...and yet...

Ki shares this life with a Muse, a Sugar Plum, and two wonderful children.

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