Tuesday, July 5, 2016

#Review: Tyson Caine (Brothers in Arms #1) by Aleya Michelle | @aleyamichelle @RavenPublicity

Tyson Caine

(Brothers in Arms #1)

by Aleya Michelle

Brothers by blood, friends by choice. 

I’m Tyson Caine, the oldest brother of three; I am their keeper, role model, watchful eye. 
I’m also seventeen and in love with the most beautiful girl in the world. The hardest part is she’s my best friend and she doesn't know I love her yet. 

Should I risk our friendship for love? 

Family Life is average, never a dull moment, especially with our three totally different personalities… 
What will happen when chaos & turmoil are thrown upon us? 
Can we keep our lifelong bond or will our connection be ripped apart? 
Will the most sacred person to us, our mother, turn her back on us and walk away? 

Can we unite and fight as one, or will the feud turn brother against brother..? 
The fight has begun, can it be stopped before it turns into civil war and blood is shed?

DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this book (through Raven Publicity) in exchange for honest review. I shall make an effort to avoid sharing spoilers . . . not too many . . . I'll try. *winks*

Though this book mainly follows Tyson's and Brooklyn's perspectives; however, we do catch a glimpse of Tyler and Thomas, when moments with them matter most. The author brings into perspective the fine line between loving correction and discipline, and aggressive abuse. There truly is a fine line and I think one should never cross to the worse side of the scale.

Tyson is . . . how can one describe perfection? You can't, because perfect is the only proper description you can give him. Tyson is the perfect gentleman to his best friend, Brooklyn. I wish there were people like him in this world (I know they are out there, but I want to SEE them).

The author's writing is amazing. It was easy to get warped into the plot, and to feel what the characters were feeling at the time and place. Everything fell into place; I did not have any heart attacks while reading . . . . that's a lie. I had little ones. There quite a few twists and they were well executed and thought out.

My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars.
I have said it before and I will say it again. I LOVE books that involve best friends turned lovers! Also, for some reason, Tyson was very visual in my head while reading.
I do not know who the author sees, but in my head I see Channing Tatum as Tyson (a younger version, of course). Works for me. How about you?

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