959 Brenton Street

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959 Brenton Street

Brenton Street Trent Farnsworth moves to Falcon Pointe to get as far away from his controlling family and religion as he can While his conservative upbringing makes it hard for Trent to admit he s gay he accidental

  • Title: 959 Brenton Street
  • Author: Thianna Durston
  • ISBN: 9781623807504
  • Page: 474
  • Format: ebook
  • Trent Farnsworth moves to Falcon Pointe to get as far away from his controlling family and religion as he can While his conservative upbringing makes it hard for Trent to admit he s gay, he accidentally outs himself in front of his four new roommates None of the men living at 959 Brenton Street are what the world would consider normal, but all four accept him for who heTrent Farnsworth moves to Falcon Pointe to get as far away from his controlling family and religion as he can While his conservative upbringing makes it hard for Trent to admit he s gay, he accidentally outs himself in front of his four new roommates None of the men living at 959 Brenton Street are what the world would consider normal, but all four accept him for who he is He never expects to feel right at home in a loving discipline household And when Trent falls for his much older landlord, Dr Cory Venerin, he s as surprised as anyone, but discovering Cory feels the same makes Trent realize he s truly in the right place at the right time.Until he tells his family he s gay His father uses any resource at his disposal to destroy him, including Trent s love for Cory As his father schemes to send Trent to a hospital whose sole purpose is to rip the gay out of him, Cory battles to save not only Trent but also the possibility of a future together.

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    1. Christy on said:

      I have been very lucky recently to discover two new-to-me authors that I've enjoyed, a lot. One of them is Thianna Durston and her series 'Men of Falcon Pointe'. The description caught my attention for '959 Brenton Street', but it wasn't until I was immersed in the writing and the story, that I realized what a gem I had found."He’d never told anyone the truth before—that he doubted everything he’d ever been taught. For some reason, he thought the world would end when he did. Instead, he’ [...]

    2. Love Bytes Reviews on said:

      4 Heart Review by AmberThis was a strange one but not bad strange, just strange strange. This is my first Thianna Durston book and I did like the way she writes and I will read other stories because I did like where she went with this one. What I found strange was the discipline based household concept. I guess it was just hard for me to take the sexual side out especially since Cory and Greg were cousins. It was weird knowing Cory spanked Greg and it wasn’t sexual. But I got over it and did l [...]

    3. Cathy Brockman on said:

      Full of drama suspense and fantastic characters,959 Brenton Street pulls you and doesn’t let you go. I began reading and read until my kindle died on me in one evening, leaving me near the end and worried about Trent.This is also an unusual story dealing with the Mormon religion and being gay. Trent wants to be himself. A gay Mormon but finds out he can’t have both. He has to struggle with his sexuality, his attraction for his hot, much older landlord and his religious beliefs. He doesn’t [...]

    4. Angela Goodrich on said:

      It’s been a couple of weeks since I read this book and being as I usually write my reviews shortly after finishing a book, I wanted to skim back over 959 Brenton Street just to refresh my memory. BIG MISTAKE! I didn’t skim it. I reread the whole book. Considering how much I enjoy the author’s writing, I’m not overly surprised that I found myself sucked back into Trent’s story. And while it didn’t help my review schedule at all, I enjoyed myself immensely on the second read. I’ll be [...]

    5. Joyfully Jay on said:

      A Joyfully Jay review. 3.75 starsThis story was a bit different – not bad different, just different. The house at 959 Brenton Street is anything but ordinary. Not only do you have unique individuals living there, but there is this entire room devoted to “correcting” the occupants’ undesired behaviors via a breadboard wielded by the dominant Cory. I will admit, I like a bit of BDSM in my books, but I was a bit put off by the fact that this wasn’t just a D/s thing going on, but rather a [...]

    6. Lynnette Hartwig on said:

      This is my first read by this author and it was a great book. I love when I find a new author and then love their work. This story had everything from drama, love and acceptance. I loved Cory and Trent and loved the secondary characters. I immediately felt the connection with Trent but it took me a little while to find that same connection with Cory. There was a slight little bit of BDSM (which is OK as I like those types of books) but it was more Cory being the dominate and a little spanking, l [...]

    7. Anke on said:

      Looks like this was one of the books-I-forgot-to-put-on-my-GR-shelf. Well - here you are!Jan 5, 2016: 3.5 starsI had some problems with this book, some stuff seemed too far-fetched, but overall I liked it. I was glad that the drama was kept short. The epilogue was sweet. And I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series.Jan 6, 2016: 4.5 starsAs I'm still thinking about this book and it's MCs, I think I have to up my rating.

    8. Mandy on said:

      It was ok. I just wasn't feeling it. There was too much added to the plot and frankly I didn't really connect with any of the characters. This one fell a bit flat for me. Also, this book was kinda expensive for the length. I'm not sure if that makes me a harsher judge but there it is.

    9. Crystal Marie on said:

      This was a strange read for me. I have been a fan of Durston’s writing the past, but to be honest I put off reading this one because of the religious factor of it. But I finally sat down and read it and I must admit, I did enjoy it.While yes, religion is a HUGE factor in this book, it wasn’t just that. It was about family, friends, and Trent learning to accept himself for who he is.One thing that I didn’t really like about the book was how it seemed like Cory and Trent met, and then they w [...]

    10. Ashley on said:

      Trent moved to get away from his family and his oppressive religion, when he gets to college and finds out the dorms are over booked he needs a place to stay. He happens upon an add for a room for rent, little doesn't he expect to find four new friends so quickly.Cory has been renting out the rooms of his house for a few years, he has three long time renters and one room open, when Trent comes looking for a room to rent, he can't help but feel for the young man. This was a great book that deals [...]

    11. inaword on said:

      In a word: Read the thing. I wasn’t completely sure going in if I was gonna like this one or not, but I was definitely curious. I actually did like this, quite a bit. I mean, it also confused me, but I did enjoy reading Trent’s journey and the development of his relationship with Cory and the others. There are a few things going on in this book. First there’s Trent out on his own for the first time, away from his family and his church and finally getting the chance to be himself. That ties [...]

    12. Chris Jeffreys on said:

      Trent is a Mormon missionary who has finished his two years of service to the church. Now, he has returned home and wants to go to a liberal arts college that is far away from Utah. Of course, that displeases his holier-than-thou parents who want him to get married and breed. Well, of course, Trent is gay and there is no room in the Mormon faith for gay people. Trent goes to flea-speck university and finds out that there is no dorm space for him. So, he ends up renting a room with a group of old [...]

    13. QUEERcentric Books on said:

      Reviewed by Alexis for QUEERcentric Books3.5 starsI started 959 Brenton Street by Thianna Durston with trepidation. I’d never heard or read about a discipline household, and the few domestic discipline books I have read left much to be desired. It was a genre that I’d started shying away from, but I’m glad I took the chance on this story, the first book in the Men of Falcon Pointe series.I’M GLAD I TOOK THE CHANCE ON THIS STORYSo, what happens when Trent, a gay Mormon, who is taking his [...]

    14. Tessi4M on said:

      Domestic discipline isn't something I come across too often in my books so I was really looking forward to finally reading this one.Now, there was disciplining both on and off page, but I could have used a bit more (yes, I like myself a good spanking scene, sue me ;-)). Still, the story did not disappoint; Trent moved to Falcon Point for his studies and to get out from under the thumbs of his parents and the church he was brought up in. He hits the jackpot when a room is available in a house wit [...]

    15. Kara on said:

      Now I really the characters in this book but I have to say I was not a huge fan of Trent's character for parts of this book because of his whole undecided back and forth was a little bit annoying after awhile, but he eventually grew on me and I ended up liking his character by the end of this book. Also the spanking was a little odd mostly the whole cousin aspect of that kind of weirded me out a little bit. Now I do not mind a good spanking in a BDSM novel but for the reasons it was done in this [...]

    16. Vicki Easom Johnson on said:

      Stumbled upon a great bookI hadn't heard of Thianna Durston before and happened to stumble upon this book. I couldn't put it down and can't wait until the next one. The dynamics of the house are great. Everyone has their own ways and they just fit together. Trent was a member of the Mormon church when he came to the house. Cory, David, Alan and Greg welcomed Trent with open arms. Would Trent find love and have a battle with the Mormon church or would he stay with the church and not give in to th [...]

    17. Bbybear on said:

      WARNING: Book contains BDSM/disciplinary spankingThe only thing I wanted to say about this book is that it contains BDSM, which was not at all advertised to me when I bought it, and I was not happy. I'm not sure if it would strictly be considered BDSM, but I will say that the one of the two main characters, Cory, provides "discipline" to all his house mates (whom he is not in a relationship with), spanking them with a paddle when they break personal or house rules. I really wish there had been a [...]

    18. Brandilyn on said:

      Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance I have put off writing this review for about a week now. I was hoping to words would magically come to me. I was hoping the book would suddenly morph into something completely different of which I could sing the praises. I was hoping the review would write itself. Mainly, I am not sure I want to revisit 959 Brenton Street anytime soon, much less to write the review.For full review see Prism Book Alliance® prismbookalliance/?p=4

    19. Meggie on said:

      This is a fine light romance of young Trent getting far away from his parents to find himself and getting his life back. So far it was easy story with little drama and lots of friendly bantering between main characters. I like it!

    20. jules0623 on said:

      I didn't really get the whole discipline the entire household thing. It seemed a bit 'fatherly' which then made the romance weird. Nicely written, though, and I enjoyed the religion vs being yourself struggle.

    21. Kristy Maitz on said:

      I will just say one thing about that story plot; it's good I never had a contact with a Mormon religion.

    22. Marsha Spence on said:

      LOVED it! Really looking forward to book 2!03/12/2016 Reread for book 2. Loved it just as much on the second read!

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