- By Tempeste O'Riley

Desires' Pride

  • Title: Desires' Pride
  • Author: Tempeste O'Riley
  • ISBN: 9781634766807
  • Page: 351
  • Format: ebook
  • Desires Pride Two rings a mad dash to the courthouse and a near meltdown Can they survive legalized marriage during Pridefest When Chase Manning wakes up on the first morning of PrideFest the last thing he expec

    Two rings, a mad dash to the courthouse, and a near meltdown Can they survive legalized marriage during Pridefest When Chase Manning wakes up on the first morning of PrideFest, the last thing he expects to find is his lover and life partner, Rhys Sayer, on bended knee But the news that marriage has been legalized in the state is a game changer for both of them.After aTwo rings, a mad dash to the courthouse, and a near meltdown Can they survive legalized marriage during Pridefest When Chase Manning wakes up on the first morning of PrideFest, the last thing he expects to find is his lover and life partner, Rhys Sayer, on bended knee But the news that marriage has been legalized in the state is a game changer for both of them.After a mad dash to the courts, all they want is to find their friends at PrideFest to celebrate However, what happens when they arrive will bond them together forever if their friends don t have a collective meltdown about their sudden disappearance first.

    1 thought on “Desires' Pride

    1. Chase and Rhys, from ‘Desires’ Guardian’, are back, and this time they are even more serious about committing to each other than in the previous book. They have already exchanged rings, but Rhys has stated that an official wedding isn’t possible until the state of Wisconsin, where they live, approves marriage equality. And now that it has happened? Get ready for a sweet, wonderfully emotional, and heartwarming story that will let you catch up with Chase and Rhys.Rhys is the one who was w [...]

    2. Not nearly as good as the novels short, a little all over the place spastic and unformed. Still cute in it's own way.

    3. This was a cute little short read of Rhys and Chases wedding day! I thought it was very sweet you could definitely see how much Rhys loves Chase with the way he wants everything to be perfect for him and to make sure they have the wedding with family and friends. This was such a super fast read I really cant go much more into it without giving this whole novella away. So I will leave this review with I thought this was such a cute and sweet story between these two men and their special day. All [...]

    4. Reviewed on The Blogger Girls.I don’t want to recap this story because for one it’s short enough that I’ll probably end up spoilering everything but also because I want the readers to see for themselves what the story is about. With that said, I also think readers should not read this until AFTER they’ve read Signs of Desire, even though it’s technically book 2.5 of the series. The reason I say this is because it takes place after events of Signs of Desire and some readers might not ap [...]

    5. Rhys and Chase might be a little late joining their friends at Pride this year, just as long as they aren't late getting to the church on time. Rhys Sayer and Chase Manning are fully committed to each other and their relationship. Rhys has always said, if they made gay marriage legal in their state he'd make an honest man out of Chase. As with everything else in their hectic lives though, the day doesn't go without a few speed bumps. Rhys is going stir crazy at the office waiting for Chase's bir [...]

    6. A perfect little extension (the bow on the present) to Rhys and Chase’s story. I love getting a glimpse – even a little one – into how characters that I’ve fallen for are faring beyond the boundaries of their ebook pages. Yay and cheers to the legalization of gay marriage countrywide and how that fact was celebrated in this story. My three takeaways after reading this book are as follows: PrideFest should always be an annual tradition, earnest requests on bended knee never go out of styl [...]

    7. Tempeste O’Riley takes us back to visit with Rhys and Chase and all our other friends. The first morning of Pride Fest finds Rhys Sayer on bended knee asking Chase Manning the big question. Gay marriage has finally been legalized and Rhys is determined they marry now. Rushing off first to the courts for the paperwork, the two then head to Pride Fest to celebrate with their friends.I loved this story. It is not long but celebrates what romance does best - love. Love that should not be the subje [...]

    8. Desires' Pride (Desires Entwined #2.5) by Tempeste O'Riley3.5 starsNOVELLAM/M MarriageI was given this book for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.I want to start out by saying that if you read Signs of Desire, you do not need to really read this 2.5 version, because it's in Book #4.Having said that, it was very sweet how Rhys bides his time, plans and surprises Chase. I do wish that we would have been able to see the aftermath - reception, maybe a honeymoon, etc. but this was a sweet snaps [...]

    9. This is a short story where we get join in the celebration of love winning. To see Chase and Rhys have such a special day and such a great place to be joined together. Also a great way to memorialize such an important nationwide decision.

    10. Awesome It so good to get to see what was going on with Chase and Rhys on Pride day. I'm so looking forward to the next book.

    11. I loved this story, it was written well, with good characters, and it had a good storyline. I will read the other books in this series.

    12. A short in-between where Chase & Rhys get married right after marriage equality becomes legal in Wisconsin. And they have their wedding at/during PrideFest.

    13. 2nd time I've this series but first time I read this short (there are now a total of 4 novels and 3 shorts that weren't all out when I read it the first time). Interesting stories and lovely, unique characters that are carried out through all the books - an engaging read.

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