Nowhere Diner: Finding Love by T. A. Chase

Amber Allure

M/M Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-60272-552-2

Reviewed by Ley



When the man he loved married someone else Timothy Gapin knew he could know longer live in the same town where he would contantly see them together.  With a broken heart, Tim boards a bus with no particular destination in mind.  A few days into his journey Tim lands at a diner in the middle of nowhere. A simple dinner turned into something more when Tim finds himself drawn to the employees and the customers of the diner, especially one customer in particular.

Truck driver Bernie Capley caught Timís attention from the moment he saw him. However, when Timísí past resurrects itself will it threaten his future with Bernie?

Nowhere Diner: Finding Love is a great story concept, but I had a hard time getting into it and finding any real feelings for the characters.  The story is written first person, from Timís point of view, and for me Tim wasnít strong enough or interesting enough of a character to carry the story. Nowhere Diner: Finding Love was full of other exciting characters and if the point of view fluctuated or if this was a written third person I think it would have liked it more. I definitely wanted more of an insight into Bernie as I felt he was still a mystery after the story ended.  As a TA Chase fan Iím happy to read anything of his, but unfortunately Nowhere Diner: Finding Love fell short of what I normally expect from him.


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