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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Holidays is the 10th book in the Boys of Brighton series by M. Tasia. Revisit the Boys of Brighton this holiday season and join them for the festivities. Fans of the series will love to revisit all the beloved characters as the author gives us an insight into their lives after their respective stories. The holiday season in Brighton is going to be very charismatic as the Boys of Brighton are taking that one extra step to make their future even better. From setting a date for a wedding to spending Christmas with family, these men are ready to share love and happiness with their loved ones to the best of their abilities. As they look forward to great times, these men are not forgetting the past that shaped them into the men of today and their partners wouldn’t have them any other way.
The Holidays is such a great way to end a series that has ruled the hearts of m/m romance readers. From Johnny and Gabe to Randy and Shadow, you experience each couple and the partners as they navigate their love and share their lives with readers. The wedding was beautiful; it wasn’t tacky or sickly sweet, it was perfect and suited the couple to the core. It was refreshing to see how each of the pairings was doing and how far they have come in their relationship. As always, the narrative was exceptionally smooth and incredibly well-paced. M. Tasia is a magician with words and knows how to paint a picture in the mind of readers with the narrative.