Rite Of Passage PDF/EPUB ☆ Rite Of ePUB ↠

Rite Of Passage PDF/EPUB ☆ Rite Of ePUB ↠


10 thoughts on “Rite Of Passage

  1. Gigi Gigi says:

    Yes, I ve been on a sad streak, but I swear it s not because of my mood This was just a crappy book The relationship between the two MCs in Rite of Passage was literally forced Seriously, John, a writer who is medicated because of severe panic attacks, is set up in an isolated house in the middle of no where in Colorado not even any postal service with a gay, hunky neighbor, by his publicist with the hopes he will produce a manuscript for her The neighbor is sent specifically to keep an eye Yes, I ve been on a sad streak, but I swear it s not because of my mood This was just a crappy book The relationship between the two MCs in Rite of Passage was literally forced Seriously, John, a writer who is medicated because of severe panic attacks, is set up in an isolated house in the middle of no where in Colorado not even any postal service with a gay, hunky neighbor, by his publicist with the hopes he will produce a manuscript for her The neighbor is sent specifically to keep an eye on John and make sure he doesn t wig out Yeah, they are attracted to each other, despite a 20 year age difference, but it just didn t work for me Once the two MCs fell into bed, the story pretty much ended and we didn t get to see how John worked out his many, many issues He was just so sadCan t recommend this book John was too pathetic and I didn t believe the attraction for one minute.Yes, I ve read a string of not so great books lately, but I m still having fun reading them Don t you dare feel bad for me I know there s a fuck yeah right around the corner


  2. Lena Grey Lena Grey says:

    Sometimes, despite our best efforts, life can go terribly wrong Things that we believed would last forever can suddenly vanish, leaving us lost and alone In order to make sense of our lives again, we need a change We need to separate ourselves from our past lives in order to gain perspective and reevaluate what s important John Ashley Price of The Rite of Passage by Bryl R Tyne, was at this point in his life He needed to experience a rite of passage, a journey away from his old life and Sometimes, despite our best efforts, life can go terribly wrong Things that we believed would last forever can suddenly vanish, leaving us lost and alone In order to make sense of our lives again, we need a change We need to separate ourselves from our past lives in order to gain perspective and reevaluate what s important John Ashley Price of The Rite of Passage by Bryl R Tyne, was at this point in his life He needed to experience a rite of passage, a journey away from his old life and into his new one, but he also knew it wouldn t be an easy trip.One of the most poignant lines in the story is when John reveals what his ex lover Mark had done Along with my life, my means, and my dignity, the prick had stolen my heart as a result, I promised never to let myself be vulnerable again.And for that, I hated him Mark s betrayal caused John extreme mental suffering which resulted in debilitating anxiety attacks which occurred whenever he was near a man who showed interest Having suffered from anxiety myself, it was easy for me to empathize with him as he described his symptoms in phrases like King Kong had me in the gorilla hug from hell, my heart was in my throat I couldn t breathe My entire body shook like I was tied to a paint mixer It s frightening to be out of control, to have your reactions so horrendously out of proportion to the situation at hand However, with an almost unimaginable amount of support from his agent Carol and the vigilant ministrations of his neighbor, Pat Smith, John slowly begins to put his fears in perspective He learns how to successfully incorporate the important things in his old life into the new One of the most important aspects to maintain was his writing He and his character Chad Harding havethan words on a page in common Chad is an integral part of John and his recovery He often has conversations with Chad about what is going on You like sunsets, Chad Hardy He didn t, and he cemented the fact by whipping his horse around, effectively placing his back to a horizon of reds and golds Not even in the end I had to ask, I mean, most cowboys rode off into the sunset at the end of my books No Not even in the end He didn t believe in sunsets I couldn t blame him When John meets Pat he begins to notice that his reaction to him is different from other men Something about Pat put me at ease, his way of saying things without saying them, maybe John s anxiety decreases as he gets to know Pat he realizes how compatible they are and how good they d be for each other if he could just give it a fair chance, but that is a big if Besides being handsome, intelligent and compassionate, he d been a fan of John s for a long time Pat was an expert on John Ashley Price the author Therefore, he is able to do and say things that are familiar to John, putting himat ease, even though it appears to John that Pat possesses this knowledge through some magical ability As John reflects How did this man know what to do in every situation Rite of Passage contains multiple themes which Bryl weaves seamlessly into the story it s impossible to discuss them all It s a beautiful, emotionally charged, love story, which reminds us all that with enough patience and determination, beautiful sunsets are always possible Read it and see for yourself


  3. Alan Alan says:

    Publisher Dreamspinner PressPages 80John Ashley Price is a celebrity author who has gone into hiding to escape the constant hounding from paparazzi and fans He wants to become an island unto himself where he can write in peace and not have a soul in the world who knows who or what he is His publisher, Carol, finds him the perfect getaway within the forested mountains of Colorado a hick town named Divide Alone at his mountain retreat, John finds that his constant companion, extreme anxiety, Publisher Dreamspinner PressPages 80John Ashley Price is a celebrity author who has gone into hiding to escape the constant hounding from paparazzi and fans He wants to become an island unto himself where he can write in peace and not have a soul in the world who knows who or what he is His publisher, Carol, finds him the perfect getaway within the forested mountains of Colorado a hick town named Divide Alone at his mountain retreat, John finds that his constant companion, extreme anxiety, refuses to leave him in peace He must still take a regiment of pills to control his mood swings, and he finds he has a merciless case of writer s block On top of all that, he finds his cabin is not as remote as he anticipated There is a neighbor within a stone s throw, and the neighbor turns out to be just the kind of man that twirls John s skirt Mid twenties, handsome, muscular, a silent cowboy type To pass the time and to do research for his next novel, John volunteers his time to help out at the local wild animal clinic He does odd jobs but his real purpose is to research wolves and their habitat What he finds instead is that he is being studied by the clinic foreman, Pat Smith Then a series of strange coincidences unravel John s new world, beginning with John discovering that Pat is in fact his sexy neighbor John soon realizes there is some kind of plot afoot, but what could it be This story is a fun, romantic romp that had me smiling throughout and often laughing out loud Neither the story nor the characters are overly complex, but it doesn t matter This is a fast paced, delightfully sexy tale What I loved most was the voice the author was able to capture and maintain It has a Western twang, rough around the edges, yet reads smooth as silk It described even mundane things in the most humorous ways This is a funny story, without being slapstick or stupid, and yes, there is enough romance to warm your heart and enough sex to get your blood pumping Admittedly, there is no mystery here The plot was pretty clear early on, but again it doesn t matter It is the delivery that makes this a fun and sexy read Bryl R Tyne is a huge talent I can highly recommend this novella to all readers


  4. Alina Alina says:

    Nice book I would say it s not romance or at least not strictly romance andinsight into John s inner world and I loved it He isn t your typical romance hero and his insecurity, phobias and broken heart you can t help, but feel for him and sympathize with him But he isn t weak or whiny far from it he s just having a hard time and needs someone s shoulder to lean on Or maybe not just shoulder And here comes Pet and he s perfect for that role We don t get to know much about hi Nice book I would say it s not romance or at least not strictly romance andinsight into John s inner world and I loved it He isn t your typical romance hero and his insecurity, phobias and broken heart you can t help, but feel for him and sympathize with him But he isn t weak or whiny far from it he s just having a hard time and needs someone s shoulder to lean on Or maybe not just shoulder And here comes Pet and he s perfect for that role We don t get to know much about him, but what is given it s enough to know, that John is in good hands


  5. ManOhMan ManOhMan says:

    Reviewed by Jamie I have to admit, the lacklustre front cover did not inspire me to read this story, nor did the slightly slow start I am pleased that I did however, and was soon engrossed as the tale unravelled about John, an author who moves into the woody wilderness of a small town to finish his latest book His plan is to get over a broken heart while at the same time do some sneaky research at a nearby wildlife sanctuary, namely with wolves.I loved how this story gathered pace, the descri Reviewed by Jamie I have to admit, the lacklustre front cover did not inspire me to read this story, nor did the slightly slow start I am pleased that I did however, and was soon engrossed as the tale unravelled about John, an author who moves into the woody wilderness of a small town to finish his latest book His plan is to get over a broken heart while at the same time do some sneaky research at a nearby wildlife sanctuary, namely with wolves.I loved how this story gathered pace, the descriptive writing really painted a picture and I could almost smell the pine cones of the forest The added element of wolves was unexpected but a nice touch, as was the inclusion of the handsome centre manager Pat.Written in the first person, I particularly liked the author s dry sense of humour, notably in quotes like this I d come here to research wolves and their habitat, not to answer any other call of the wild As John battles his insecurities a few twists in the story unfold that I didn t see coming, and was near biting my nails towards the end The story wasn t long but didn t feel too short I was very satisfied with a great story I d thoroughly recommend this book.A


  6. Karen K Karen K says:

    3.5 4This was my first book by this author and I really enjoyed it The writing style is fluid and doesn t stray into too much description but just enough for me John may have been a little over the top neurotic but I understood his issues so accepted them for what they are having that damn picture in his bed just about tore my heart out though I really liked Pat, his determination and kindness I think they re a good couple in a good novel.


  7. Chris Chris says:

    Ok m m romance about an anxiety stricken writer who moves to the Colorado Rockies for solitude and to hopefully get past his writer s block This was hard for me to rate, since I had a hard time with the writing style and never connected with the main character.


  8. Angelmira Angelmira says:

    3,5 stars


  9. Rachel Emily Rachel Emily says:

    I really enjoyed thisI thought the characters were interesting and really loved reading about them.


  10. Lily Lily says:

    It was a nice story but I had a hard time connecting with one of the main characters plus the ending felt strange to me.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Rite Of Passage ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ Rite Of Passage By Bryl R. Tyne ✩ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Forty one year old John Ashley Price was a Western writing superstar until his accountant stole his heart and everything else he owned Now, unable to write and suffering from debilitating panic attack Forty one year old John Ashley Price was a Western writing superstar until his accountant stole his heart and everything else he owned Now, unable to write and suffering from debilitating panic attacks, all he wants is Rite Of ePUB ↠ to start over someplace where dropping off the radar is the norm Someplace he won t meet anyone A place where writing should come easy Hence his relocation to Divide, ColoradoOf course, John didn t count on Pat Smith or Pat s determination and raw sex appeal Pat has his sights set on winning John s heart as well as his trust, and he s making serious headway until John learns the truth Just how does Pat know so much about him.

    Rite Of Passage PDF/EPUB ☆ Rite Of ePUB ↠ Pat know so much about him."/>
  • ebook
  • 80 pages
  • Rite Of Passage
  • Bryl R. Tyne
  • English
  • 07 October 2017

About the Author: Bryl R. Tyne

BRYL R TYNE is a wrangler by nature and a writer by choice Balancing as many pronouns as hats, somewhere between the evil day job, editing, and helping a benevolent Sugar Daddy raise the last of seven Rite Of ePUB ↠ kids, Bryl writes Homoerotic romance is a favorite, but many of Bryl s stories cross genres Comedy, Fantasy, Mystery, Sci fi, even Westerns, Bryl writes them all image error.