Review Tour: Tyson Caine by Aleya Michelle

Title: Tyson Cain
Series: Brothers In Arms Book 1
Author: Aleya Michelle
Genre: New Adult Romance
Brothers by blood, friends by choice.

I’m Tyson Caine, the oldest brother of three; I am their keeper, role model, watchful eye.
I’m also seventeen and in love with the most beautiful girl in the world. The hardest part is she’s my best friend and she doesn’t know I love her yet.

Should I risk our friendship for love?

Family Life is average, never a dull moment, especially with our three totally different personalities…
What will happen when chaos & turmoil are thrown upon us?
Can we keep our lifelong bond or will our connection be ripped apart? 
Will the most sacred person to us, our mother, turn her back on us and walk away? 

Can we unite and fight as one, or will the feud turn brother against brother..?
The fight has begun, can it be stopped before it turns into civil war and blood is shed?
Tyson Caine is the first book in the Brother in Arms series. To be honest, it was not what I was expecting with a series title of Brother in Arms. I was anticipating a military type book or something along those lines, and this was book was far from it. At the age of 17, Tyson Caine is the oldest of 3 siblings. He is a senior in high school and the glue that holds his family together. His mother is a hardworking nurse and his father is an abusive alcoholic. His brother Tyler is a hot-shot smart mouth and Thomas is young and impressionable. Tyler is excited about football and begins to develop feelings for his best friend Brooklyn, who has become smokin’ hot to him all of a sudden. With all of the pressures of his family life and school, when does Tyson get to be a normal kid?

Tyson Caine is an interesting read about the title character’s senior year. His coming of age moments dealing with abuse, becoming a man, falling in love, and stepping up to protect his loved ones. The author packs a lot into this one book. However, the story falls a bit flat for me in that there is so much in the book the flow is somewhat stunted. The story of Brooklyn and Tyson was the feel good piece and I would have loved to see more meat to this part of the book. I also enjoyed the bond between the three Caine brothers and would like to see where that goes.

Reviewed by Shannon
LLEP Review Team

“OMG!!! I seriously loved this story! SQUEAL!!! We see how these two best friends start to develop feelings for each other but they are afraid of ruining their friendship.” ~5 Star Amazon Review by Jennifer

“This series is going to be amazing I already know just by reading book 1.” ~5 Star Amazon Review by Candy

Born and raised in Sydney, Australia. I am in my thirties and happily married with three gorgeous boys.

My first love has always been reading, so the writing side is very natural to me. Favourite books include anything by Abbi Glines, but Fallen too Far is a favourite, Pulse & Collide by Gail McHugh and The Driven trilogy by K Bromberg.

Hobbies of mine are playing netball; shopping and I love listening to music. I add it into my writing frequently.

I have released five books, and look forward to introducing my readers to new characters.

I am totally enjoying this rollercoaster of being an Indie author and hoping others enjoy my writing as much as I love writing it.



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