Tribute Act (Porthkennack, #8) by Joanna Chambers

Tribute Act (Porthkennack, #8)

Nathan Bridges hadn’t intended to settle down in his home town of Porthkennack—he just ended up staying after saving the family business from ruin. The truth is, Nathan can’t stop himself from stepping in when problems arise. He’s a fixer, the man everyone turns to. But even fixers can’t solve everything.When Nathan’s sister needs an organ transplant, it’s his stepbrother, Mack, who the family turns to as Rosie’s only potential li...


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TitleTribute Act (Porthkennack, #8)
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Release DateJan 15th, 2018
PublisherRiptide Publishing
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, M M Romance, Contemporary, Lgbt
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Reviews Tribute Act (Porthkennack, #8)

  • ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~
    1970-01-01
    ~4.5~I've loved Joanna Chambers' contributions to this series. A Gathering Storm, the second Porthkennack book, is on my Best M/M Romance of 2017 list, and Tribute Act is also a strong contender. While Nathan, whose POV filters the story, can't keep his eyes off Mack, the estranged stepbrother he's only just met, he's not at all sure how Mack feels about him. Mack, who is a talented musician, is a bit of a drifter. Restless, independent to a faul...
  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
    1970-01-01
    Tribute Act was a good story. A fine story. But, honestly, from Joanna Chambers I expect to be blown away every time.I've had mixed emotions about the Porthkennack series, but the one I REALLY loved was A Gathering Storm. Maybe I'm just into Joanna Chambers when she writes historicals? I honestly don't love it when a book starts off with the two MCs jumping into bed. One of my favorite aspects of a story is the sexual tension (I live for it!), an...
  • Renée
    1970-01-01
    Nathan is a fixer. He came home temporarily to fix the financial nightmare his mom and stepdad have let their ice cream shop/café become. But once it's fixed, Nathan realizes they're just gonna let it become what it was. Neither has a good head for business. Well, okay then, he'll move back home and stay on as a partner. He can use his marketing degree that way.Then his sister is diagnosed with a rare liver disease and needs a transplant. He'll ...
  • Elsa Bravante
    1970-01-01
    Hay libros que ves las críticas, o incluso los empiezas, y crees que te van a agradar, no mucho más, pero luego los lees y no sabes por qué te han emocionado, han tocado, por lo que sea, algo dentro de ti. Esto me ha pasado a mi con este libro. Me gusta mucho la forma de escribir de la autora, y sabía que me gustaría, lo que no sabía es que me gustaría tanto. Mack y Nathan viven una historia de amor entre dos personas corrientes, en un ent...
  • Ele
    1970-01-01
    I love storylines about one night stands that end up being the MC's boss or employee or neighbour or brother's friend or whatever.Imagine when your one night stand ends up being your stepbrother! The stepbrother you 've never met, and who's here because he's the only matching living donor to your litle sister.I'm not going to rehash the plot. Besides, this is mostly a quiet story, character and relationship focused.Mack and Nathan are almost pola...
  • Jewel
    1970-01-01
    I love the Porthkennack series, and since I enjoyed this author's previous book in this series, I was hopeful that I would enjoy Tribute Act as well -- and I did. Tribute Act is about finding love in the unlikeliest places. It's about forgiveness. And it's about learning that you are worthy of being loved and capable of giving it. Tribute Act is one of my favorite kinds of stories. A hookup with someone whom you later meet and and are thrown toge...
  • Fabi
    1970-01-01
    Four beautiful stars!A simple hookup turns complicated when said hookup shows up at your parent's house. <---love that trope!It's a poignantly beautiful love story.Nathan is the "fixer". He fixes everyone's problems. He takes anything and everything on his own shoulders and solves whatever needs a solution. But who takes care of Nathan? Even though he's been in several relationships, he's never been in love. Mack is the most desperately lonely ch...
  • J *deep in the heart of Texas*
    1970-01-01
    3.5 Stars!I didn't like this one as well as the Garrett Leigh's I've read from this series. But I did like it. It just didn't pack the emotional punch the GL's did. I didn't quite connect to the story or the characters like I did in the others. But it was a nice, quiet, easy read. Low angst with some steam.
  • Chris, the Dalek King
    1970-01-01
    I seem to have caught the plague so you, my lovelies, shall be gifted with yet another “omg what are words!?!!!!” review. You are welcome. (And apologies to Ms. Chambers, whose book deserves so much more brain power than what I currently sloshing away in my head.)While set in Porthkennack, this book is a lot more insular than some of the others in the series. Nathan–who runs himself ragged helping out at his mom and stepfather’s ice cream...
  • Annie
    1970-01-01
    I’m a fan of the Porthkennack series, having read all but two of them, so I picked up Tribute act before reading the blurb and it turned out to be a completely unexpected treat. I also hadn’t read anything by this author before, but I’ll certainly be looking for her works in the future.Told exclusively from Nathan’s point-of-view, Tribute Act was one of those stories that grabbed my attention and refused to let go. I liked the initial mee...