Trust

Trust Sometimes trusting your instincts leads to happiness and love After coming out life took a turn for the worst I knew people would view me differently of course I did but See here s the thing How

  • Title: Trust
  • Author: Sarah Masters
  • ISBN: 9781784307103
  • Page: 338
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes, trusting your instincts leads to happiness and love.After coming out, life took a turn for the worst I knew people would view me differently, of course I did, but See, here s the thing How does a person cope when a few of their work colleagues play such a cruel trick that it leaves them wondering if they ll ever trust anyone again It happened to me, and trusSometimes, trusting your instincts leads to happiness and love.After coming out, life took a turn for the worst I knew people would view me differently, of course I did, but See, here s the thing How does a person cope when a few of their work colleagues play such a cruel trick that it leaves them wondering if they ll ever trust anyone again It happened to me, and trusting isn t something I do easily now.Until James comes along He s a work colleague too, but my issue is, I keep thinking he s playing another trick You know, reeling me in, making me think he s a good bloke.He s asked me to go out with him and although I should maybe get to know him a bit better first, I ve said I ll go I need to get back out there, live a little And if I get hurt Well, I ll just have to deal with it Again.But maybe he won t hurt me Break my heart and all that Please God.

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      Published :2019-09-25T06:04:36+00:00

    About " Sarah Masters "

  • Sarah Masters

    Sarah Masters is one of three pen names I write under Sarah mainly writes m m Natalie Dae writes het erotica, while the third, Charley Oweson, writes thriller horror suspense books with no sex.emmyellisI enjoy writing all genres, though I haven t attempted, nor plan to attempt Sci Fi.

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  • Definitely a short, sweet and cute read. Trevor is basically humiliated at work by his co-workers after them finding out about his sexuality. I thought it was cute of Trevor talking to himself and trying to reassure himself in the most sensible way that things were going to get better. Enter admin guy, who Trevor doesn’t know if anything coming out his mouth is genuine, and he takes a chance on him. These guys seem like they are in their awkward teenage phase of life, but they are adults deali [...]


  • "You can show trust by believing in others when other people have abandoned them." Byron Pulsifer, Major Human CapacitiesTrev knows he is taking a chance when he comes out at work. He realizes there will be some haters; but he never imagined how many; how viciously they attack him, with name-calling, crude jokes, and pranks. Trev is brokenhearted when his coworkers, some of whom he had called friends, all turn against him except one; his friend Nancy. How could Trev ever believe if someone was s [...]


  • ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for a Wicked Reads~~This very short story is a snapshot of the beginning of a relationship. It is set up well, and delivers a thoughtful, and hopeful view of two men finding each other. It is innocent and draws the reader into wanting things to go well. There is a good mix of humour and seriousness.


  • Trust is as short and sweet read. Trevor has been humiliated at work because of his sexuality. He is always on guard because of the bullying, so when a co-worker talks to him during lunch he automatically assumes that the guy is trying to humiliate him. James has had a crush on Trevor for a long time, but didn’t know how to approach the guy and ask him if he was gay or interested. He hates that Trevor has been so hurt, but tells him things will get better.While I enjoyed the sweetness between [...]


  • Trust by Sarah Masters4 starsM/M romance, learning to trust againI was given this book for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.First off, I think my favorite character in this story was Nancy, Trev’s supportive co-worker. Then you have James who also works with Trev, but in a different department.My heart hurt for Trev and all that he had suffered. I wanted to have all of his co-workers brought up on disciplinary action. He had endured and I was so proud that he didn’t let them run him o [...]


  • This review originally appeared at Divine MagazineTrust is an interesting story although Sarah Masters' style of writing is unconventional. The novella is written in first-person narrative, much of which is inner dialogue as Trev struggles with 'coming-out' and the homophobic attitudes towards him.Trev's fledgling relationship with James is crucial to the plot and Trev's self-acceptance, however, Trust is not a typical contemporary romance. Instead, Sarah Masters confronts issues of bullying, vi [...]


  • FourStarsFirst off, I think my favorite character in this story was Nancy, Trev’s supportive co-worker. Then you have James who also works with Trev, but in a different department.My heart hurt for Trev and all that he had suffered. I wanted to have all of his co-workers brought up on disciplinary action. He had endured and I was so proud that he didn’t let them run him off.The dates that Trev and James go on were definitely romantic. James was able to show Trev that there was more to life t [...]


  • Trust by Sarah Masters was a very sweet, very British, very fun read for me. As an Anglophile who has never managed to visit Great Britain, I enjoy unabashedly British books. Trust gives the reader a little slice of life for newly-out Trev, whose work colleagues have made life difficult for him. He is understandably nervous when another guy from work asks him out. Their first date is just delightful, one I would not mind going on myself! This story is a nice change from angst, being very positiv [...]


  • Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance 3.75stars First of all, I was shocked to read a book from Totally Bound (okay Pride Publishing but I haven't quite separated it in my mind from Totally Bound) with absolutely no sex. Actually, our characters don't even get so far as kissing. While I was surprised by this, don't mistake my reaction for negative. The story as told did not require sex or kissing. For Complete review see Prism Book Alliance: prismbookalliance/?pos


  • Sweet, funny short story about two gay men who work for the same company. One of them, Trev, has just come out and been subjected to unkind pranks by the office staff. The other, James, has not yet come out but isn't exactly in the closet, either. This is the story of Trev having to overcome his fear that James's interest is just another prank and is told in first person from Trev's POV. When the two men decide how to introduce their burgeoning relationship to the rest of the company, get ready [...]


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