Beignets

Malachi Warren barely survived a series of assaults on his life But survive he did, though not without baggage Now, Malachi must pick up the pieces of his shattered life the most important piece being his boyfriend, Bran Kendrick, who is dealing with problems of his own.Stagnating at his job at a small town caf , Bran s pride keeps him from asking Malachi or anyone for hMalachi Warren barely survived a series of assaults on his life But survive he did, though not without baggage Now, Malachi must pick up the pieces of his shattered life the most important piece being his boyfriend, Bran Kendrick, who is dealing with problems of his own.Stagnating at his job at a small town caf , Bran s pride keeps him from asking Malachi or anyone for help Desperate to do something, Malachi secretly pays a celebrity chef with a bakery in New Orleans to take on Bran as his apprentice.As Malachi and Bran begin to make a new life in New Orleans, the specter of Malachi s PTSD and the growing stress over the secret he hides from Bran threaten their relationship Before it s too late, Malachi must confront his past and face his fears about the future, all without losing himself and Bran in the process.
Beignets Malachi Warren barely survived a series of assaults on his life But survive he did though not without baggage Now Malachi must pick up the pieces of his shattered life the most important piece being

  • Title: Beignets
  • Author: Michaela Grey
  • ISBN: 9781634766319
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Beignets”

    1. 3,75 stars. Review @STRWI read Coffee Cake, the first book in this Michaela Grey series, on June and it was a lovely surprise. I didn’t know there was a planned sequel and I was over the moon as soon as I saw Beignets. Being a sequel it really doesn’t work as a standalone, you have to read the first one to better understand Beignets.Bran and Malachi are together from six month. After being almost killed, Malachi isn’t sleeping well lately, tormented by a lot of nightmares and he’s not ev [...]

    2. As wonderful as ‘Coffee Cake’, this sequel to Bran and Malachi’s story is a treat in its own way. Now that they are together, dealing with everyday issues in their relationship becomes more important than getting to know each other and figuring out the basics. With Malachi just having survived several attempts to kill him and Brand not happy with his job prospects where he is, both young men have their hands full trying to make sense of who they are and where they want to go not just in th [...]

    3. Far more relationship centered than Coffee Cake, and told entirely from Malachi's perspective, it struck me on a deeper level.There's no mystery in this one, it's all about Bran and Mal and them growing together. The tension in the story comes completely from the fact that Mal's done something for Bran without his knowledge that could ultimately tear them apart.I found this was really well done and I was tearing through the pages devouring this like I would a plate of beignets.I certainly hope t [...]

    4. My review for Beignets is up at Boys in Our Books. A 3.5 star read for me, rounding up for mushy feelings.

    5. 4.5 StarsI loved the first book and this one was no different. There was angst, PTSD and even love for these two lovable characters. I was almost thinking the author was not going to keep these two together but she did. The author drew me in from the beginning and I was kept interested all the way till the end. The author took two men and was able to make me believe that they were really going through everything life was throwing at them. I fell in love with these two men in “Coffee Cake” an [...]

    6. this is a great follow up to coffee cake!bran and malachi really mature individually and eventually as a couple in this book. the angst is relationship driven in this story and there were several scenes that brought tears to my eyes. they are both still so sweet with each other and their love is still just incredible. we met a couple new characters in this book that were really great. even though malachi's father made some progress in book one, he reverts in this book but it ends it being good f [...]

    7. I loved the beginning of this - the re-introduction to this sweet pair, the decision to move away for both their sakes, and the attempt to start a new life in New Orleans.Even the BIG break up was always going to happen, and I was okay with that.But the way they got back together? I wasn't on board with that. So, the last and concluding parts of this story were disappointing.But for the most part, I enjoyed this.

    8. Oh so many feel for this book! It was perfect another dive into the world of Bran and Malachi! I don't want to spoil anything, just know that it brought out so much emotion that I actually cried at one point, loved every moment of it!

    9. Original review on Molly LollyFour stars!I so love Bran and Malachi. They are so amazing together. Bran takes such good care of Malachi and all Mal wants is for Bran to be happy. This story is a wonderful sequel to Coffee Cake where you get to see how they handle the aftermath of the events right at the end of the first book. I felt bad for Malachi and his troubles. But by the end of the story he’s so confident in himself and able to get through his panic and fear on his own. The secret Mal wa [...]

    10. 4.5 starsFirst of all, I love the cover. It's simple but cute! I also really like the story, this time told from Malachi's PoV. However, I was kind of hoping that there would be a new mystery in this story as well, what with the story that there was fire in the New Orleans bakery. I still enjoyed the story without the mystery though, and it's interesting how different is Bran's view of Malachi and Malachi's view of himself. I hope it's not the end of the series. I want to know what will happen b [...]

    11. This was sweet, but I think that some of the things that didn't work for me in the first story were still in this story. Mainly, the way that the characters talk are just not how I would imagine 22 year old guys talking. And in this one there was a LOT of crying. And a LOT of "You're so perfect, you're going to leave me for someone normal!" and "I'm no good for you, just leave me now!" melodrama. Kinda too much of that last one for me to love this. It was sweet, especially at the beginning, butI [...]

    12. I really enjojyed the continuation of the story of the two MCs from the last book. I hope she keeps writing about them. It was great to see the characters move on with their lives. One of the MCs has emotional problems and it was great to see his journey with therapy, and to see their relationship grow and develop.

    13. I just loved this story I cried at the same time than Mal when Bran broke up with him, but I knew that at the end the would get back together, because a love like theirs is something I think everyone is searching for Thank you for this amazing story.

    14. The 2nd book in the Coffee Cake series (and yes, you do need to read the first one and it is worth it). Very entertaining - no mystery here but I really enjoy these characters and the writing so I found it to be very enjoyable.

    15. AmazingI sobbed. Actual ugly tears. It's really It's really amazing. You should read it. I cannot wait for more from Michaela

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