Brindisi Bedfellows By Jamie Craig – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Maybe taking the already-paid-for vacation to Italy with someone else isn’t the best way to mend a broken heart but Chris is hell-bent on finding out! Enjoy the. I have read Master of Obsidianan by Jamie Craig (who is really two and Vivien Dean) and when I have bought Brindisi Bedfellows I was.
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I definitely liked the end more than the beginning but then again, I was uber-busy while trying to read the beginning. I’m not sure I’ll be reading the other book now. Okay, there’s craiy story. I did get a bit frustrated with Christian because I wanted him to hurry up and see Trip the bedfelloows that I did, but as cliche as it sounds slow and steady does win the race and the climax was well worth the wait.
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The best part for me — an epilogue giving readers even more closure on the relationship. It’s like a blanket in winter. Deep emotions that will make you shiver, fantastic setting who doesn’t love a romantic trip If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would.
Mar 25, thelastaerie rated it really liked it. Chris turned toward the window to watch the passing landscape. It meant he could drop everything at the drop of a hat for an Italian holiday. He was single now.
I highly recommend this book and I will definitely read it again. Cause Christian doesn’t really like Trip and Trip, fashion photographer, can be interested in a white collar as Christian. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Neither of the main characters are likable in my opinion. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Said ex-boyfriend, Chris, and best friend, Trip, realize their sex-for-fun holiday-fling has become more. Could have been worse. Most definitely not my thing. I don’t really like my story book bad guy to be so blatantly bad, beedfellows it fits some sort of fairytale like quality.
Brindisi Bedfellows by Jamie Craig – Elisa – My reviews and Ramblings
Sep 26, Kelsey rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jamis relationship between him and Chris was believable and touching. Thanks to the alternating point of views both characters become three-dimensional. I personally did not enjoy watching them get to that point. Of course, there were arguments against this. So there’s Trip in Italy trying to get close to Christian as he mourns the loss of his relationship with Andrew.
Brindisi Bedfellows by Jamie Craig
It is free from most of the problems that plague the genre. Recommended to Heather by: Then the unexpected happens: Alcohol or loneliness make Christian asks Trip to go in Italy with him. She currently resides in northern California with her husband and two children. I loved watching their love develop. Maybe it was the name Trip never felt any guilt in regards to being the “other man” in the relationship.
I love Chris and Trip the passion, the sharing, the learning, the loving. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I will definitely recommend this book to anyone who will listen. I remember really liking it. Trip craug vibrant and exuberant, but he hides his own self-doubts behind a happy facade, and he too has been screwed over by his so-called best friend, Andrew.
And there was no relief once they finally reached their seats. Apr 02, Elisa Rolle added it. There are uamie or 4 things that are pretty much game-over for me in a book. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Yeah, things were about to get messy. The book I’m interested in is pretty serious and this one was supposed to be light. The two of them have sexual chemistry right from the start. Bedfellows is Trip who is the silly one when it comes to communication, which again has me wondering just what it is with this fellow.
There is only one Italian stud and the rest of the forgetting is handled by Trip. The story improves as it progresses, however, as Christian turns out to be a pretty level-headed fellow who has enough self-respect not to let Andrew treat him like dirt any further.
Soon they both begin to wonder whats going to happen when they get back to London? Feb 25, Janna rated it really liked it Shelves: May 09, Anita rated it really liked it.
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