Trust (Men of Virtue, #5)



Trust (Men of Virtue, #5) Trust Verb To Believe In The Reliability, Truth, Or Ability Of Someone Or Something After His Homophobic Father Dies, Trey Pierce Decides To Blow His Inheritance On The Trip Of A Lifetime Travelling To All Fifty States, And Finding A Hook Up In Each One As One Final Salute To The Man Who D Driven His Mother To An Early Grave Of Course, He Expects To Make It A Little Bit Farther Than The Next State Over Trust Noun A Hope Or Expectation Willow S End, Missouri, Hasn T Had Much Going For It After The Mill Closed Down It S The Last Place You D Expect To Make It As A Small Bakery Owner, But Thanks To Some Out Of Town Orders And His Grandmother S Secret Recipes, Charlie Baxter Gets By Even If Being An Out Gay Man In Willow S End Is Nothing Short Of Isolating When Trey S Car Breaks Down Just Outside The Town Limits, He Doesn T Think Much Of Waiting In Some Podunk Little Town For The Necessary Repairs He S Off To See The World Not How Many Businesses Have Shuttered Their Doors In A Once Grand Main Street But When Trey Recognizes Charlie From A Flirtation They D Shared Years Ago, He Wonders If Charlie Isn T The Key To Checking Missouri Off His Bucket List There S Just One Problem Charlie Doesn T Do Casual, And Trey He Doesn T Settle Down.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 236 pages
  • Trust (Men of Virtue, #5)
  • Cait Forester
  • 09 February 2017

10 thoughts on “Trust (Men of Virtue, #5)

  1. Joyfully Jay says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 4 starsI thought the blurb for Trust seemed interesting, so I jumped on it I m a fan of second chance romance, and this seemed to be right up that alley I wasn t disappointed It was a good story, and I enjoyed it.I have to admit, I wasn t crazy about Trey Truth be told, I m sort of over the whole manwhore thing The whole I don t do love All I want to do is hook up thing started wearing on me a while back So, I was turned off, at first, but he grew on me It took a little while Even though Charlie had said he didn t want a cheap one nighter, Trey continued to drop hints he wanted to make Charlie his first of 50 He began to be friendly with Aunt Bee, and he wanted to come and help Charlie at the bakery Soon, he was a goner, and realized maybe he did want .I felt so much pity for Charlie, pretty much through the entir...

  2. Lee Rey says:

    Sometimes plan to do not turn out the way you want and you get something you had not been looking for but needed Trey wanted to screw around in each state with a new guy but gets stuck in a small town and meets a guy he felt a connection too awhile back Charlie is struggling maintaining a bakery to keep his promise to his grandpa He runs into Trey who needs a place to stay, which he does at his grandma s place and staying in the room across from him Charlie remembers meeting Trey and their constant phone conversation before he had to end communication when Charlie and his friend started dating Unfortunately, Charlie had not been treated well in any relationship so is hesitant to open up to Trey even though they had a good connection and their current chemistry between them Trey falls for Charlie but must reconsider his plans for the future and what he wants in life Charlie must decide if he ready to open up to a chance at love...

  3. Amber says:

    Trust by Cait Forester and Brian C Palmer is a cute story about two guys Charlie and Trey that had met and had a phone relationship for a couple of weeks when on day Charlie just stopped responding to Trey s texts Few years down the road Trey has come into a small inheritance and decided to have a road trip and visit all 50 states and hook up with a different guy in each one However shortly after leaving, his car breaks down and leaves him stranded in a little town at 4 am Luckily for him, the baker is baking and saves him from freezing in the cold And wouldn t you believe it, the baker is Charlie Both guys have their own issues to deal with and walls that need to be broken down and I liked how the authors got them through them I also loved Charlie s grandma Mama Bee and his friend Martin I would love to see Martin get his own sto...

  4. Sharon Hatt says:

    Trey and Charlie met and had an instant connection that lead do a 2 week text fling, then Charlie cut off contact, Trey moved on, back to meaningless one night stands A cross country trip leads him back to Charlie and that spark lights again, only Charlie has been burned in the last four years and does not want to start anything since Trey plans on leaving soon Stuck waiting for car parts Trey ends up spending time helping Charlie and his Grandma and although he hates the backward, dead end town, he finds his priorities changing and wanting to take Charlie with him Of course, Fate does not make it easy, lack of communication, confusion, a bit of misplaced honesty, and fear threaten to tear everything Charlie and Trey have started building Loved the characters, Trey really grows throughout the story, starting out as a petulant child trying to give his father the proverbial finger to a knight in not so shiny armor I voluntarily chose to review a copy...

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