Title: Love at First Hate
Series: Love at Firsts #2
Author: Muriel Garcia
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 15, 2016
"Sometimes it takes you losing something for you to realize how much good it actually did for you."
Matt Taylor grew up in a loving family who accepted the way he chose to live his life and whom he chose to love.
It's been an entirely different story for Nate Collins. His loving mother passed away when he was five and his father and step-mother have made his life a living hell.
They sent him to war as a punishment for his sexual curiosity and it changed his life for the worse.
What happens when those two worlds collide together?
Will Nate be able to finally live his life the way he wants to or will he crumble under the weight of his family's pressure?
Nikki's 5 Star Review
I love reading Muriel Garcia's books and Love at First Hate is totally different to anything she's written before this is her first full M/M romance and I loved it. I totally fell for Matt and Nate immediately they both knew exactly what they wanted when it came to them having a relationship, but that doesn't mean it was all plain sailing for them.
Nate and Matt had very different lives growing up. Matt grew up knowing his family accepted him completely for who he was as long as he was happy, Nate's family were the complete opposite him been gay was forbidden and he was sent to war as punishment his life was made all the worse for it, but when Nate and Matt cross paths is this finally the chance for Nate to live his life the way he wants?
She started writing in 2005 but never published anything until 2015 when she decided to bite the bullet and just do it. She's grateful for all the amazing people she got to meet through her passion for writing.
The 'Last Hangman MC Series' is the one that made people find out about her but since then she released a contemporary series and a dark gory thriller, which people have compared to Stephen King on crack — thing she's rather proud of.
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