Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Release Day Review ~ A Whole Latte Sass (Geek Life: Book 2) by Marguerite Labbe

Release Day Review ~ A Whole Latte Sass (Geek Life: Book 2) by Marguerite Labbe

Title: A Whole Latte Sass
Series: Geek Life: Book 2
Author: Marguerite Labbe
Release Date: January 1, 2019
Category: Contemporary
Pages: 284
It’s no secret cosplayer Felipe Suero is looking for his happily ever after—in his love life as well as his career. He’s getting his degree so he can quit his miserable job and start his own costume business. Now he just needs to land the sexiest silver fox to ever attend a con.
Trask Briscoe’s life revolves around staying clean and sober, running the Magick Den, and attending local cons. His rules haven’t left much room for romance. But he can’t deny Felipe has caught his complete attention. He’s just not sure what he can offer a man so full of joy and sass.
When Trask finally accepts Felipe’s offer for a cup of coffee, he soon finds himself on a second date and a third. Between cosplay projects and roleplaying games, they discover a deeper connection than either of them expected. And Trask realizes that sometimes rules are made to be broken.
Now Felipe just has to convince his family—and Trask—that Trask has more love to offer than he ever dreamed.

5 Stars

As soon as I finished book one, A Little Side of Geek, I knew I needed to immediately start A Whole Latte Sass. This series is filled with so many geeky references that even if you don 't follow the shows, books, games, etc., you will hopefully still love this series.

I loved Felipe, he is sassy and amusing and so many other things in between. When he took a liking to Trask it gave me so many gooey feels because I love May/December relationships. There is just something about an older man and a younger man coming together to find love, though I wasn't that happy with his family and their views about Trask.

Trask has had such a hard life but the fact that he cleaned up and turned it all around - owning The Den, running the games and helping the people who come in looking for a game, or comic, or miniature figures - is impressive (even if he is a fictional character), because that is no easy feat.

I cannot wait to get my hands on Marguerite Labbe's next book.

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

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