Read “Beggars and Choosers” by Mia Kerick with Rakuten Kobo. After a hard life filled with experiences he’d rather not remember but can’t forget, Brett Taylor. Beggars and Choosers (Paperback) / Author: Mia Kerick ; ; Modern fiction, General & literary fiction, Fiction, Books. After a hard life filled with experiences he’d rather not remember but can’t forget, Brett Taylor decides he doesn’t need anyone or anything. He gets a job at a bar.

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So imagine his confusion and surprise when he stumbles across Cory in a dumpster, he is fascinated and drawn to this skinny vhoosers, who suddenly turns his world upside down, he wants to save Cory and give him every chance possible. Mia Kerick has written a wonderful story of true love, haunting danger and trying to protect those you love, while adding in finding confidence in yourself and trusting those you love.

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They each have had a really shitty home life. I truly have to admire Brett in this story. The Law of Attraction. I still don’t like reading this dialect but I adjusted to it. Brett develops this intense friendship with Cory. Books by Mia Kerick. This is a happy ending story though so it is a safe read. The ending was perfect but a few of the plot points had me rolling my eyes.

Paperbackpages. Some of it are new issues – like dealing with jealousy and aggressive would-be girlfriends for Brett and hopeful boyfriends for Cory.


Beggars and Choosers stars Brett and Cory. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

When she meets Robby, she puts her plan in action. And why was everyone who had any kind of contact with Cory a sex pest? Someone to give him rides, fill up his pantry with food or just watch a movie with on a Thursday night. I reminded myself of the luxury of toilets that flushed. Brett does his best to prove his love for Cory with his every breath, he does his best to protect him and knowing that Cory needs it, he encourages Cory to learn to protect himself.

My big problem is why Brett has this dialect while Cory doesn’t. Funnily enough in Beggars and Choosers it wasn’t such a big issue.

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He’s never had anyone love him. I would not recommend the book for under 16’s unless they are comfortable with darker subject matter. Mar 18, Paula rated it it was amazing. The author needed to allow both characters to grow, become different, and instead the novel was basically a repeat of what had already happened. The book has two first POV’s and for a change the voices were very different from each other.

I highly recommend this book!

Now he’s determined to make something of his life, even if he has to work himself ragged to do it. That changes, however, when he meets the unflappable Cory Butana. My eyes focused on a boy—blue-eyed, brown-haired, sorta scrawny.

Unfinished Business

This review was originally written for Hearts on Fire Reviews and can also be found there. I’m so happy this book gives you the ending to Beggasr and Cory’s crazy, complicated story. But not connecting with the characters in a character-driven story makes for a looooong, boring read. This is a mixed bag for me. Brett was just so damaged, and Cory fixed him without even knowing he was doing it.


Ian’s kerkck that there’s no possible way Brett could be gay since he doesn’t fit any of the gay stereotypes. Caleb rescued him from a life without hope. Feb 16, Vio rated it liked it Shelves: Which all sounds like I hated this book, which I didn’t at all.

They grew up in the same neighborhood. He gets a job at a bar in a nothing little town where he can fish and race dirt bikes and hide from the world. The story gave the reader a good picture of how ideal love would try to stay authentic in the real world.

Mia Kerick’s Unfinished Business is a good blending of romantic fairy tale and the realities of being in a relationship. Are you ready for an annd, emotionally draining, angsty roller coaster of a ride? It is something to get used to and with the potential of distancing the reader. This brings back memories and he pulls the kid out finding a very cute teenage boy. Brett has a good job.