Review: Possibilities by T.A. Chase

November 3, 2015 Review 0

Review: Possibilities by T.A. Chase

When Dixon and Carson meet during a hurricane, neither imagined that moment would be the beginning of a new relationship.

Dixon White owns Billy’s Diner in Brevard County, Florida—right down the road from Patrick Air Force Base. He serves a lot of the servicemen and their families who live and work on the base and does it in honor of his brother who served as a SEAL until a motorcycle accident ended his life. When Dixon finds himself stuck in a broken down car just as a hurricane hits the area, he’s not sure how’s he going to get home.

Master Chief Sergeant Carson LaSalle is headed to the base when he drives by Billy’s Diner. He sees Dixon’s car there and stops, checking to see if everything is okay. He takes Dixon home, but can’t stop thinking about him.

After the hurricane blows through, both men meet again and the sparks fly. Possibilities open up for them to have a chance at finding love. They just have to be willing to try.

Publisher's Note: This book has been previously published by Pride Publishing as part of the Aim High anthology.

Title: Possibilities
Author: T.A. Chase
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Unconventional In Atlanta , What's His Passion?, Barefoot Dancing, No Bravery
Published by Pride
Source: Publisher
Published: November 2, 2015
Genres: Erotic Romance, Erotic Short, M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance, Romance
Pages: 33 pages
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: five-flames
Bailey Bradford

Possibilities is a quick book about taking chances.  Carson and Dixon meet during a hurricane where Dixon is stranded because his car will not start. Being a member of the armed forces, he is used to helping people in a crisis, and he stops to help Dixon.  After a quick conversation and ride home, Dixon is intrigued with Carson.  Both men feel a connection when they meet again after the storm to help clean up the area.

This story is all about that first meeting or first date.  There’s never any guarantees which way it will go-good or bad. There’s possibilities of friendship, a relationship, or even love. But there’s also the possibility of heartache and sadness.  You have to be open to taking that chance to see where things may go.  Dixon never thought of Carson as a possible date, but Carson has had Dixon on his radar for a long time. He had been scared but decided he needed to take the chance and try.  It’s always scary when you put yourself out there.  No one likes to feel vulnerable.  You just have to hope in the end that the risk is worth the reward. Once Carson decided to take his chance, he put himself out there with Dixon.  I loved his attitude and I loved that Dixon felt he was also worth taking the risk for.
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