Friday, February 8, 2019

RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW - Forgive Me Father by TL Travis






Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK  
Exclusive to Amazon and Available to Borrow with Kindle Unlimited



Length: 55,000 words approx.



Cover - Model: Kegan R. Ward 
Photographer: Eric McKinney 





Series


Greyson Fox - Amazon US | Amazon UK 
Currently only 99c/99p




Blurb




Shunned and cast aside by his faith and family, Jamie is left to do whatever it takes to survive.

He comes across a group of kids in the same predicament, braving the streets of Seattle due to circumstances beyond their control. Lost souls who’ve slipped through the cracks of the broken systems society forced them into. Yet they still offer what little they have to him, including their home.

As time moves on, darkness surrounds him and when one of their own fall’s victim to the streets, Jamie wonders if there’s anything left worth living for. When his savior appears out of nowhere, he finds it hard to believe its real because he knows he’s not worth loving.

This is Jamie’s story from the #1 Amazon Bestselling book, Greyson Fox.


Potential triggers:
Sexual and physical abuse by church and family members, cheating, drug usage, prostitution and thoughts of suicide. Flashbacks of the abuse are present throughout this book. These are the opinions of the characters and in no way reflect the author.




Review 
My Rating - 5 Stars!

Forgive Me Father is a spectacular and riveting romance by TL Travis. It's so exciting to get Jamie's story, as we first met him in Greyson Fox.

From the start, this tale grabbed me and I couldn't put it down. It begins with Jamie being kicked out of his house. From there we get his awful time on the streets, where he sees drugs, death, and way more than a kid his age should see. As he gets desperate, he is stuck doing things he doesn't want to do. This whole part is so damn heart-breaking. Jamie is a loveable young man and I just wanted to save him myself and wrap him up in hugs.

What follows in an extraordinary story of Jamie finding love with Butch, and making a family by choice. It is beautiful to see Jamie able to be himself, dress as he wants, as he's finally free to make his own choices. And, let's not forget that Jamie likes lace!

Throughout all the heart-breaking tears and the happy tears, we witness Jamie flourishing and finding himself. It is emotional throughout, but rewarding as Jamie finds love and stability. 

Somehow, TL Travis  manages to span a large amount of time, more than 20 years, with  flawless flow. It never feels jumpy and is an amazing and rewarding journey. She writes with a great amount of heart and an endless amount of love. Jamie and Butch's story is full of hurt, pain, and salvation. It is superb.

And, if you've read Greyson Fox, you will be thrilled, and yet saddened to read more about Marcus and Daniel. This part is so damn well written and completely and utterly pulls at your heartstrings.

Forgive Me Father is an accomplished romance of finding your way, finding your version of family, and putting the past behind yourself.  It will not disappoint. 




About The Author


TL Travis is the author of The Sebastian Chronicles along with numerous other erotic novelettes (and many more in the works), The Elders Trilogy - an erotic paranormal (Vampire) romance novel series and many non-fiction articles.


In her spare time she likes to fish, enjoy all the Pacific Northwest has to offer, spin spicy erotic webs for readers to enjoy, and rescue any 4 legged lost souls she comes across. Since her children are grown and have flown the coop, she’s taken to spoiling her two deaf white boxers even more so than they were before.


To view TL Travis literary and photography works please visit her website at www.tltravis.com TL Travis can also be followed on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/tltravisauthor





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