Leaving Home

Leaving Home Book four in the Home SeriesChaz struggles with his addiction while continuing to do his job of saving bull riders but it s all getting out of control Charles Chaz O Brien has been at the top of his

  • Title: Leaving Home
  • Author: T.A. Chase
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  • Page: 422
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  • Book four in the Home SeriesChaz struggles with his addiction, while continuing to do his job of saving bull riders, but it s all getting out of control.Charles Chaz O Brien has been at the top of his profession for many years, enduring injuries that would have crushed a lesser man Yet the top bullfighter isn t calling it quits any time soon He does his job with a fierBook four in the Home SeriesChaz struggles with his addiction, while continuing to do his job of saving bull riders, but it s all getting out of control.Charles Chaz O Brien has been at the top of his profession for many years, enduring injuries that would have crushed a lesser man Yet the top bullfighter isn t calling it quits any time soon He does his job with a fierce joy, all the while he s hiding a terrible secret One that could get him suspended, and could end up killing the very men he protects.Peter Skinner loves working for Les Hardin and Randy Hersch His bosses are amazing men, but seeing how in love they are every day makes Peter s heart ache He wishes he could find a man to love him like that, but he knows they re hard to come by in Wyoming where he lives.Until one day, Peter finds a man strung out in an alley, and Peter is the only one around to deal with it When Peter and Chaz meet, their worlds collide in a way that could be the best thing in the world for them both, or the worst experience of their lives.Reader Advisory This book is part of a series and is best read in sequence.

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    About "T.A. Chase"

    1. T.A. Chase

      There is beauty in every kind of love, so why not live a life without boundaries Experiencing everything the world offers fascinates me and writing about the things that make each of us unique is how I share those insights I live in the Midwest with a wonderful partner of thirteen years When not writing, I m watching movies, reading and living life to the fullest.

    228 thoughts on “Leaving Home”

    1. It had been 2 years since I'd read the third book in this series and got my greedy hands on this one; however, it felt like only yesterday. I easily remembered all the guys and it was like a coming home for me. (pun intended)Peter is away from his awful family now; living with Les and Randy. How is it possible that your entire gene pool is so tainted with ugliness? Sad, but true for sweet, trusting and innocent Peter.Chaz is a rodeo clown and in some serious, physical pain. The career that he lo [...]


    2. DNF at 31%I wish I would have had me some of the Kool Aid other people that read this book had before starting, because I literally could barely get through the 30% of the book I did read.T.A. Chase's writing is just not what it used to be, her characters are stiff and shallow, I'm not even sure where she was going with the story line. I just did not like the writing. It's upsetting because I really really love her stories, they usually grab me from the beginning, sure they are sappy and kind of [...]


    3. Great book in the series. I need to read books two and three but I enjoyed it even without those to help me out. I always love cowboys and these two were perfect for me.


    4. I'll be honest this would probably have been a 2 star book for me if I didn't already love all the other characters. This entire story felt rushed and on the surface. I didn't really connect with either character and I really wanted to with Peter. He's been around in the background for so long I was looking forward to his story. While I appreciated Ms. Chase's attempts at writing drug addiction I didn't feel like people's reactions were that honest in the end. I just felt like everything was ver [...]


    5. This series has a really strong message about family. ".e best families were the ones they built for themselves." and this continues in this book.The story focuses very much on Peter, who has been rejected by his family, and now lives at the Hardin ranch and works as an accountant for Les. The story starts with Peter collecting his belongings but more importantly being ready to start over in a new home. "It might not be the family he'd been born with, but it was the one he'd chosen, and, to be h [...]


    6. I'm so addicted to this book series. I love the guys in the Home series. T.A. Chase does an excellent job at creating a new book each time. This book is about Peter Skinner. It takes place about five years after Max and Derek's story. In the prologue Yancey is helping Peter move out of his family's home (this takes place at the end of Max and Derek's story, but in this book.) They kicked him out because he was gay. The first chapter picks up half a decade later with him finding Chaz O'Brien in a [...]


    7. Finally a new story in this series! Hooray! This was greatI just couldn't put it down. I loved getting to see the characters from the previous books back, and I thought that Peter and Chaz were just great together. I thought this was very sweet, real, and well done. Can't wait to read the next book!


    8. Wonderful sequel, if you are a fan of this series then this is for you. Peter and Chaz are perfect to be part of this family.


    9. Brilliant I love this series so much!!I seriously can not wait till the next one and maybe *wink wink* some more stories!!!Peter and Chaz were fantasticLove loved it all!!


    10. I think it was me. I just didn't connect with this book or the characters. I loved the other books in this series, but Peter and Chaz just didn't do much for me. It was a good story of redemption, recovery, and finding yourself. Peter finds Chaz in an alleyway, high and in pain. Chaz is addicted to painkillers after suffering numerous injuries as a bullfighter. What follows is completely formulaic and predictable. No real surprises. But I think it was just me being jaded.


    11. Aww bless Peter and his big heart. He is my favourite, innocent, sweet and caring. I loved this book.I felt sorry for Chaz even though I wanted to give him a damn good shake. A good book that is well written with a great storyline.



    12. 3.5 starsOriginally reviewed for Joyfully Jay“Leaving home was an integral part of growing up. It was an important step to discovering who a man was to become.”Bringing drunk, strung out men home is not Peter Skinner’s regular practice, but something about Chaz leads Peter to do just that. Peter leads a quiet life on a ranch owned by his best friends who have become his family in the past several years. And now Chaz, the beautiful broken bullfighter, has rushed into his life and Peter does [...]


    13. I really didnt know what to make of this book. The theme of drug-abuse was really intense and realistic so the author did a great job on that. Having said that, for 75% of the book I didnt like Chaz and I felt awful for not liking him. I understood the reasons for his use of drugs and sympathized with him, but I did not want him to be in a relationship with Peter. I just didnt buy that Chaz loved Peter, when he was clearly more in love with the drugs and his job. *Sigh* This book made me feel ba [...]


    14. This was another great read in the Home series. This was book Four so by now I am very fond of all the characters. I really am enjoying seeing the characters and their relationships develop throughout this series! I was so happy when I realised this book was about Peter, his family had disowned him early on in in the series and although he played a quiet part in the books I could feel his pain. He finally falls in love with Chaz who has many problems as well as injuries and a addiction. This is [...]


    15. I forgot how much I loved this series. While the books are about different people Les & Randy are always around somewhere. This book dealt with some real real life issues and had some strong feels going on. The story line was strong but I felt like the characters weren't clicking as much as they could. Don't get me wrong I love it and loved the guys but thought there could have been a little something more. I won't wait that long between books this time!


    16. This is the fouth book of the series. This is a great story This one is about Peter and Chaz. Peter finds Chaz in an alley. Chaz is having issues with his health and Peter tries to help him. They start a relationship. Tragedy strikes and Chaz finally has to confront his life and take time to overcome what entails to be a out. Les intervines and helps Chaz. Love is what kept them fighting for much needed happiness.


    17. I must say that I agree with Shelby's review. I expected so much more from Peter's story than this rushed story. I also must say once again that it drives me insane reading non-american wording and spelling in a story that is based in America with american characters. In America it's spoiled NOT spoilt; learned NOT learnt, leaned NOT leant; program NOT programme; curb NOT kerb!!! We also say that someone is in the hospital NOT in hospital.


    18. Super good! I havent read all the books in this series so I cant really compare but this book alone was very good. In the beginning chaz is apparently coming off a bender where he has lost track of days and time. However in the days following his medication is rationed to him but he does not go through WD. In fact he never goes through WD at any point. Thats a little inconsistent in my opinion but it didnt really detract from the story.


    19. This makes me sad to write but this was hard to read. It felt like it was written by a different author, it didn't have the spark the others in the series did. I didn't love them as couple till the very end and even then I think I would have preferred Peter with Cody :( The writing style didn't flow for me like the others, the connection was just lost on me. I will venture on though to the next. Les fixes everything!!!


    20. Peter was such a lovely and wonderful character I just wanted to hug him. And when he met and saved Chaz I was so hoping that everything between them would work out, even after the accident. I was so mad at Chaz, but still loved him and wanted to make him better. The ending was sweet and so well deserved.


    21. Rating 4 out of 5 starsFourth in the Home series, Leaving Home gives us Peter Skinner's story. I still love this series and will see it through to the end. The short length of the book hurts the story and makes the ending feel as rushed as it is. For my full review and take on the series, visit wp/p220KL-1dCMy review site is scatteredthoughtsandroguewords


    22. Not my favourite of this series. I liked Peter but felt that for someone who was saving himself, he fell into bed with Chaz too fast. I also couldn't connect with Chaz and didn't really get the love between them.


    23. This one was a little tougher. Chaz had to learn the hard way the drugs are NOT the answer to life's problems. Peter had to be strong for himself so he could be strong for both of them. In the end Chaz realized that Peter was what he really needed.Recommended



    24. Not my favorite in this series but I am still happy Peter got his man:)I cannot wait for Yancey & Juan's story next I have been dying for it!


    25. I just finished this one and although I liked it, I wasn't crazy about it.But it's OK, not every book can be a home run :)I like this series and I will read Yancey&Juan's story next.




    26. This books took forever to read. I kept allowing myself to do other things because the MC did not engage me at all. Not only that Chaz gave me this totally creepy vibe.


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