Review: Nachos & Hash (Mary’s Boys #1) by Brandon Witt

January 23, 2017 Review 0

Review: Nachos & Hash (Mary’s Boys #1) by Brandon Witt

Darwin Michaels is living his dreams in the Mile High City. While Denver offers the perfect job, scrumptious dining, and whirlwind dating options, Darwin is losing hope he’ll find the right man to spark his interest for more than a one-night stand—until he sets eyes on Cody Russell.

Cody has just accomplished his life’s goal—get the hell out of Kansas. In one fell swoop, he lands a job at Hamburger Mary’s and gets a newfound family and the chance to be with other gay people! All that’s missing is someone special. But when Darwin shows his interest, Cody is sure it’s too good to be true. After all, what can Darwin possibly see in the high school dropout serving him nachos?

As Darwin falls in love, Cody struggles to realize his worth. When his past threatens the fragile life he is building, Cody spirals into a moment of dark desperation. But Darwin is determined to show Cody that love and family and home are there for him… will Cody accept what is offered?

Title: Nachos & Hash
Author: Brandon Witt
Series: Mary's Boys
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Source: Author
Published: January 25, 2017
Genres: Male Male Romance
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

The Diva found a new to me author. I love it when that happens. Nachos and Hash is my first Brandon Witt book but it certainly won’t be my last. This is the first in his new Mary’s Boys novella series that will have a total of four books. I’m already looking forward to Vodka and Handcuffs (how can one not, that just sounds like one hell of a fun night) the next in the series.

The first in the series features Cody and Darwin. Cody is one of the servers at Hamburger Mary’s. Darwin happens to be on one of his many bad internet match dates the night he meets Cody at Mary’s. It’s all a very cute and sweet set up. A bit opposites attract in that Darwin is college educated, attended grad school, and has now landed a career that should his research yield optimal results many medical advancements will come from it. Cody is twenty-one and has reached his one goal in life, to get out of his parents trailer.

Cody is such a young guy at heart. This sexy little novella has a new adult feel to it. Cody isn’t a virgin but he has never experienced dating, the courtship involved with getting to know another, falling in love, basically everything that Darwin wants to offer him. Darwin is solid. He’s put together. Darwin knows what he wants. He has a check list with most if the things he wants out of life checked off of that list. Darwin knows that Cody can fit into some of that list. He just has to show Cody that he is worthy of all of the things that he never dreamed he could have.

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