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4.5 Stars for Christmas Miracles of a Recently Fallen Spruce (Sleigh Ride – 2015 Advent Calendar) by Brandon Witt #M/M #Holidays @wittauthor

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Title: Christmas Miracles of A Recently Fallen Spruce (Sleigh Ride-2015 Advent Calendar)
Author Name & Publisher: Brandon Witt (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: December 1st 2015- 26 pages

Synopsis

Paxton Peterson’s favorite day of the year is his annual Gay Boy Christmas dinner. He’s checked and double-checked his to-do list, because nothing stresses him out like the unexpected. Confident everything will run smoothly, Paxton embarks on his yearly snowshoed hike through the Rocky Mountains near his home. His perfectly planned evening is cut short by Logan Charles’s careless enjoyment of his brother’s snowmobile, and Paxton is stranded in the woods. It’s the worst thing that could’ve possibly happened to him—or maybe the best.

A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2015 Advent Calendar package “Sleigh Ride”.

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FourandHalfStars

This was a very sweet and humorous story and I just smiled through the whole thing. I love Brandon Witt, he is such an incredibly talented author and I have never been disappointed with his books. The writing was flawless and the characters were well thought out. It is amazing what he can do in only 25 pages. I loved both Paxton and Logan and would love to hear more about them.

Lynn

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5 and 4 Stars for The Right Kind of Woman by Voss Porter #FF #Romance @vossporter

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Title: The Right Kind Of Woman
Author Name & Publisher: Voss Porter (Dark Hollows Press)
Publication Date & Length: December 10th 2015- 239 pages

Synopsis

Just when free-spirited farm girl Cara Spencer Holloway feels the regulatory world of her closeted, Southern enclave will swallow her whole, her three miscreant brothers team up to carelessly throw her together with regimented, Northern software designer Dre Martin, who is on a misguided stop en route to Florida. One steamy stop leads to another and soon the two women will learn more about what the right kind of partner can bring to life than they had ever suspected. But can Cara Spencer move forward and out of the pain of her past, or will she succumb to the doubts that have plagued her romantic life from its very inception?

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FiveStars

Andrea (Dre) lives in the most lesbian area of America, tries her best to be a ‘good lesbian’ but feels she is not as committed to the right-on cause as some of her friends and neighbours. She needs a change and decides to visit her dad in Florida, where he has settled with his new family. Enroute she stops off in a small town in South Carolina and sets eyes on a goddesss – Marilyn Monroe, Daisy Duke and Scarlett O’Hara rolled into one!
I absolutely loved this story. It was a beautiful, angst-ridden love story as Cara, the object of her desires was still firmly in the closet. Being gay in the South was not so easy and Cara had spent her whole life hiding who she was from family and the townfolk. To break away from that mindset and feel free to love Dre was never going to be easy. I liked Dre as she started off seemingly not knowing what she wanted but I felt in the end she had grown as a character. Cara just sounded wonderful. An amazingly wild and beautiful creature who just needed to be true to herself. Her brothers and granny were wonderfully observed characters too. They were so important to the story and were so well described that I felt I knew them. Dre’s pals back home Tris and Sam were funny and so real. We all know a couple like that. This was a very sexy tale, amazingly well-written. You could not come away from it without feeling the heat come off the page. I loved it and would be keen to find out more about these characters. There’s plenty life left in their story I think.

Kitty Kat

fourstars

The thing I loved about this book was Cara’s family. A family every lesbian would love to be a part of! Ms Porter portrays these family members with such interesting, humorous and loving characters that they were a joy to read about.
I did find some of the settings difficult to imagine, going to church three times a day, but this book is so well written I soon learned to accept it all.
Cara coming to terms with her lesbianism was explained in such a way everyone could relate too her feelings and doubts. Ms Porter used, dreams, fears, anxiety, love and hope in  a way that we have all experienced and can understand, sympathize and equate with.
I really enjoyed this novel and can thoroughly recommend it. I look forward to reading more books by this interesting author.
Chris

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4 Stars for The Warrior, The Healer, and The Thief by Diana Jean #F/F/F #Historical @LT3Press

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Title: The Warrior, The Healer And The Thief
Author Name & Publisher: Diana Jean (Less Than Three Press, LLC )
Publication Date & Length: January 19th 2016- 116 pages

Synopsis

Chastity ‘Chase’ Temple isn’t fond of domesticity or permanence. She’s an expert on survival and enjoys her freedom in the Sierra Nevada, and is less than pleased when she’s called back to Independence to lead a wagon train to Oregon Territory. She expects it to be a difficult journey. She doesn’t expect Mara and Ari.

Mara is a missionary and talented healer trying to start a new life, one well away from the family she’s leaving back East. Ari is the daughter of a runaway slave, a professional thief of mysterious ability who’s traveled the country carrying a dark past.

All three prefer to walk alone, but if they’re going to survive legendary beasts and powerful magic of the unforgiving west, they’ll have to learn that sometimes there’s strength in numbers.

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fourstars

This was an interesting read. I had a couple of problems with a few technical things in the plot, but on the whole, I liked the characters, the plot, and the conflicts our heroines had to overcome. I had a problem with the flashbacks of Ari’s story. It makes sense to do it, because her story starts chronologically so much earlier than Chase and Mara’s beginning. But even the flashbacks of Ari’s story seem disjointed and out of order. It also began to bug me that we got Ari’s backstory through flashback but nobody else’s. The same thing could have been done with Chase and Mara in order to show important scenes from their past. Also, at first it seemed that the love the three shared came out of nowhere. The scenes of their trip together that seem to be a way for the author to show how their lives together flashed before their eyes during the final confrontation also remind the reader that they actually had days and weeks to get to know each other, and to fall in love slowly over minor experiences. But I feel that more of those needed to be shown before they all start kissing and professing their love. Again, that part became disjointed for me.

On the other hand, the characters make you like them, and you root for them too. The action at the end seems to come one thing after the other, so while the start of the book may seem a little slow, the end seems to rush toward that final climactic fight. And even more telling, I want to know what happens next. I want more of all three and their love for each other. I’ll put in one spoiler – there isn’t any sex in this book. I know some people want to know before they start reading. This book is wonderfully sweet and romantic without it. It’s about three people finding themselves and each other.

Amy P

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3 Stars for Nicolas by Dianne Hartsock (AUTHOR INTERVIEW) #MM #Mythology @diannehartsock

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Title: Nicolas
Author Name & Publisher: Dianne Hartsock (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: December 18, 2015 – 200 pgs

Synopsis

Betrayed by a lover, Jamie rents an isolated cabin on Lake Huron, wanting only to be left alone. Instead, he is pulled from his solitary existence as an artist and tumbles headlong into the legend of Saint Nicolas.

As a young man, Nicolas accidentally killed a man intent on murdering three children, only to have the man’s malicious spirit rise up against him. Fleeing through the centuries from the Krampus, the evil troll-like creature that dogs his steps, Nico finds refuge with the young artist who takes him into his home and bed. But Jamie has questions. Who is Nicolas, and why does the Krampus want to destroy him?

When the Krampus begins to torment and torture anyone Nico comes in contact with to punish him, Jamie’s life is put in danger. And Jamie isn’t sure whether he can help Nico defeat his nemesis or if he’s merely a pawn in the Krampus’s game.

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ThreeStar

So I want to start of this review by saying I loved the authors pretense of this story..

Nicolas accidently kills a man who was intent on murdering three children which then sends that mans evil spirit after Nicolas.

Okay like I said loved the pretense of this story but unfortunately did not connect with these characters in this story at all. I have to say I was not a fan of Jamie’s character at all for some reason I really do not know why. Then I actually do love insta love stories but sometimes it can be too insta love for me where everything just moves way to fast and does not feel right at all to me, unfortunately I felt like that with this book.

I do not want to give away any spoilers so I will leave this review with… While I loved the pretense of this story I just was not a fan of these characters so I am sad to say this book was just not for me.

Kara

Excerpt

Jamie startled awake. “What?”

He had trouble breathing, the crushing weight on his chest seeming to have followed him up from his dreams. But that couldn’t be right. He’d rented the cabin for its isolation. No one should be there. Did he still dream?

A warm breath brushed against his cheek, sending a shiver of dread and strange anticipation through him. “Easy, baby,” a silky voice whispered in the darkness. Sharp teeth nipped his earlobe and pleasure and pain sparked along his nerves. His eyes adjusted to the moonlight filtering through the sheer curtains, and he stared in amazement at the man gazing at him with wild green eyes, long pale hair, high cheekbones and a slender neck he craved to run his tongue along.

The stranger laid his weight on him, driving the air from his lungs and making Jamie struggle for every breath. Shifting position, the man sealed his full lips over Jamie’s, drawing a long groan from Jamie when an impossibly large cock slid against his. In sudden panic he reached to shove his unknown visitor away and touched hot skin and lean muscles. Of their own volition his hands roamed lower, following the curve of the stranger’s back to the rounded swell of his ass. He drew a quick breath and the man laughed into his mouth, pushed his tongue deep, thrusting inside to match the movement of his hips as he ground against Jamie’s aching dick.

Heat pooled in Jamie’s stomach. God, what was happening? The thing in his bed looked like a man, but his every instinct shouted otherwise. His skin was warm when it should have been cold from being outside. And how had he gotten in? All the windows and doors were locked tight against the winter storm. It was as if he’d just materialized in Jamie’s bed. “Who—”

He cried out when a hand pushed between them and grabbed their cocks, stroking them together until he lost the ability to think. So close! He grabbed onto the man’s firm ass and yanked him tighter against him, rising up to shove into his strong grip.

The triumphant hiss in his ear shot ice through his veins. “So naughty.”

“No!” Jamie struggled to sit up, scrambling back against the headboard. He blinked, finding himself alone in the room, only his ragged breaths disturbing the silence of the cabin. A forgotten anxiety knotted his stomach. Naughty.

He hated that word, tossed about by the boys he once knew in school. The ones he’d suck off behind the gym, desperate for a gentle hand in his hair, balm against his loneliness. He’d been terrified his parents would find out he was different, that he liked girl things and found boys much more exciting than he should. They would know he was gay and there would be hell to pay for their freak of a son.

He scrubbed a hand over his face. God, that had been ages ago. The last shreds of the dream dissipated, and he reached for the bedside light, fumbling in the darkness for the switch. Low light stung his eyes and he blinked at the empty bedroom, unable to believe the attack hadn’t been real.

He flung off the heavy quilts and slid to his feet, clinging to the post at the foot of the bed as a wave of dizziness struck him. Laughter from the other room jolted him. Heart pounding, he bolted for the door and it crashed into the wall as he flung it open. The reddish glow from the banked fire on the hearth lit the main room of the cabin, though the kitchen area remained in shadows.

Jamie’s gaze swept the rooms, focusing on the dark corners. No one jumped out at him. Nobody sat on the couch. His coffee cup remained undisturbed where he’d left it on the hearth. Of course. The cabin was isolated, miles from the nearest neighbor. Who would bother to come way out there, especially with the threat of another snowstorm on the way?

He ran a trembling hand through his hair, pushing the sweat-drenched bangs from his forehead. Christ, the dream had seemed so real. The cold of the great room finally registered, creeping up from the hardwood flooring. Shaking, he crossed to the fireplace and stirred up the coals, adding another log.

With a sigh, he sank into the cushions of the worn couch and pulled the woolen afghan around his bare shoulders. The log caught and the fire crackled, sparks dancing up the flue. Recalling his dream and the hard body against his, he shrugged when his cock perked up.

“It’s been a while,” he acknowledged, watching the flames lick at the oak log. He’d signed a year’s lease on the cabin, right after catching his boyfriend in the stairwell of their apartment building, making out with their neighbor. It hadn’t been the first time, either, though again Patrick had his apologies ready. That had been over six months ago, and since the cabin stood miles over rough terrain from the nearest town, he’d rarely seen another human being in all that time.

“Just the way I like it,” he told the indifferent fire burning its way through the wood. But the stranger’s lips in his dream had been soft, his thrusting tongue sweet in Jamie’s mouth. He hadn’t liked the violent aspect of the dream, but if that had been a lover in his bed? His dick pressed against his thigh, and Jamie reached under the heavy blanket, moaning when he took its heavy weight in his hand. Drawing lazy circles on his balls, he let the pleasure build slowly, lifting his cock while in his mind the stranger licked the glistening head, his pale gold hair a curtain of silk against Jamie’s sensitive skin. He moaned as the man slid his tongue down the thick vein on the underside of his cock.

His mind flitted over the question of whether the guy would fuck him or want it the other way around. Didn’t matter to him. He liked it both ways. Rolling to his back, Jamie continued to stroke himself while he tugged his tight balls, then pressed a finger against his hole. He remembered the lube in the nightstand drawer by the bed, but he wasn’t about to stop, and hissed when he pushed the finger inside. The man’s cock had been huge in his dream. What would it feel like as it stretched him open? Would it be enough to fill all the empty spaces inside him?

It was a moment before the tolling of a bell outside the cabin registered. What the fuck? Jamie sat up, trying to hear past the pounding of his pulse in his ears. His cock throbbed and he groaned in frustration, knowing he couldn’t chase his pleasure until he found out what was going on at the dock. The only one to boat in was the man who dropped off his monthly supplies, and he’d been and gone two days ago. Who else would be using the dock? Jamie had been isolated for months without anything disturbing his peace. But this night he’d had a wildly erotic dream and now this. What made tonight so special?

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3 Stars for Guarding January by Sean Michael #M/M #Music @seanmichael09

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Title: Guarding January
Author Name & Publisher: Sean Michael (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: March 9th 2015- 230 pages

Synopsis

Lord January is at the top of the charts, only comes out at night, and is usually covered in blood. Say what you will, but the man knows how to put on a great show. But when the Vampire King is let out of rehab, the last thing he expects is someone forcing him to eat real food, hang out in the sun, and generally be a human being.

Rye Sommers, the best bodyguard in the business, has been hired to babysit a rock star whose biggest threat surprisingly isn’t all the hard drugs, desperate groupies, and crazy fans—it’s Lord January himself. But the closer Rye gets, the more LJ turns into sweet, gentle, caring Jeff Smart. He may still be the super-skinny, pierced and inked genius Lord January, but he is slowly shaking his death wish as he sheds the loneliness and exhaustion his stage persona saddled him with.

But as Rye falls in love with the real Jeff, he finds himself in over his head. He knows he can keep Lord January away from the drugs and the groupies, but saving Jeff might force Jeff to choose between his career as Lord January and his very life.

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ThreeStar

I have read several books by Sean Michael and have learned that it is hit or miss with me. This one is in the middle. I loved the pretense of the story, and the story was actually good, but there was a lot of repetitiveness in it. The over use of the word ‘baby’ was also getting on my nerves. Lord January/LJ/Jeff was a hot mess, and I understand that but seriously, through the whole book he was a hot mess and even at the end when we got the HEA, he still seemed to be a mess. And why didn’t Rye find out about Jeff cutting himself that one time? He was always on him like a fly on poop so I don’t know how he missed that part. While you could tell the characters were really into each other, it didn’t transfer over to me, the love wasn’t intense to me and the sex wasn’t hot. It wasn’t a bad book, just not my favorite from this author.  

Angie

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THREE 5 and 4 Stars for A Forced Silence (Zero Hour #1) by Cate Ashwood #MM #Crime @cateashwood

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Title: A Forced Silence (Zero Hour #1)
Author Name & Publisher: Cate Ashwood (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: December 11, 2015 – 200 pgs

Synopsis

For paramedic Adam Carson, his world is lights and sirens and saving lives. Pressures at work keep him firmly in the closet, and life is too busy to contend with the complications that come with dating and relationships. When a familiar face from his past turns up where he least expects it, Adam starts to question whether or not there is room in his life for those complications.

The last person forensic pathologist Sam McKenna expects to see at pub night is Adam, the guy who made his life hell in high school. The attraction is instant, but Adam isn’t gay and Sam has no interest in pursuing him. Still, the leftover animosity from their teenage years isn’t enough to extinguish the lust growing between them. After both are called to the scene of a horrific murder, Adam admits he’s not as straight as he led Sam to believe and they seek comfort and distraction in each other’s arms. One night becomes many as the murder investigation intensifies, but when Adam is faced with losing Sam, he is forced to make a choice: to break his silence, or to give up everything for the job he loves.

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FiveStars

Adam is a Paramedic who is deeply in the closet due to being afraid of what his family and co-workers will say if they found out. He knows Sam from high school and he was not very nice to him then..

Sam is a forensic pathologist who remembers Adam from high school as being the guy who picked on him which makes him very wary of Adam now..

I have to say I loved the way this author wrote these characters and this story!

The way Adam felt bad for the way he was back then to the feelings he has for Sam now and attraction he feels, while at the same time he is so afraid of anyone finding out.
Then there was Sam who is attracted to Adam and welling to take him anyway he can get him even if that means he needs to go back in the closet to have a relationship with him.

You get your angst with this book and so much steam which was so hot between these two men!

So all together I really loved this story and I would definitely recommend this book!

Kara

FourStars

Sam is a brilliant character.  High school nerd turned fit, clever pathologist – he is a confident, sexy leading man.  I didn’t warm to Adam quite as much.  It is difficult for a closeted man who lives to impress his homophobe partner to prove himself as a worthy romantic hero.  Adam’s insecurities make him a pretty weak leading man.  

I loved the murder mystery until it ended on a cliff-hanger.  I hate cliff-hangers.  Books are expensive and I always feel like a writer is buying my loyalty when she refuses to finish a story in a single book.  This mystery was well written.  Really well written.  I found myself more engaged by the mystery than by the slightly infuriating romance.  But then the story ended without a resolution…

Sam and his best friend Ford are great.  Part of me just wanted the two secure gay guys to get together and forget all about closets and secrets.  But Adam did grow on me – a little.  I liked his brother and the men at his station better than I liked him, which makes the romance a little difficult.  But the cliff-hanger also leaves room for Adam’s character to develop so I’m holding out hope for a convincing HEA.

I was surprised at how sexy this book is.  Cate Ashwood’s sex scenes aren’t usually this steamy but this book almost tips into erotica territory at times.  Even if the relationship isn’t always brilliant, Sam and Adam’s sex life is very hot.

My other complaint is the Dustin subplot.  It drives the story into OTT cliche territory.  Without giving anything away, I’m not sure why the author felt the story needed so much extra drama.

Overall, This is a really good romantic suspense story.  I love a well written mystery-suspsense and really enjoyed the storyline here.  I’m still not sold on the romance or on the fact that the story ends on a cliff-hanger without a resolution to the mystery or the romance. 

I’ve decided that I’m  going to treat this like the first episode of a good Scandinavian television drama.  I enjoyed it and I look forward to the resolution in a later episode.

Sarah

FiveStars

Let me start by saying that I love pretty much anything forensic sciences… that being said, I felt that this book, while it had the pathologist in it, was not really about forensics.  However, it didn’t detract from the story at all.
Sam McKenna is a doctor – a guy who is proud of his accomplishments, proud of being gay and won’t bow to anyone about the choices in his life.  He is just starting out when he runs in to a person from his past.  Then, his nickname is revealed:  Dex.  I liked how he was able to roll with the nickname – he didn’t care about past names, because he didn’t let it define him.  He owned his geekiness.
Then you have Adam.  He is a paramedic that happens upon many scenes that Sam has to attend to – Adam is also a very dedicated, closeted person.  He loves his job – it defines him.  He wants nothing more than to be ok with who he is, but knows that he runs the risk of losing his job, respect of his fellow paramedics if he comes out.
The chemistry between these two is OFF THE CHARTS HOT.  The way that Ashwood writes their connection is steamy, complex, loving and just Yum.
But, when things get out of hand, when push comes to shove, can Sam and Adam truly understand what it means to give themselves completely?
I loved this story and can’t wait for more of this series!
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FiveStars
Oh my god I absolutely loved this book. I have always and a soft place in my heart for first responders and this book just get me where it counts. First, Ms. Ashwood has a way with romance and I have yet to read one of her books and come away disappointed. There is always a secondary story in the background but it never takes away from the romance. I loved when you have a story about two men and one is out and proud and the other firmly in the closet. It is always interesting to see which way the author is going to go with this type of a story. This book has characters (main and secondary) that were clearly well thought out and the sex was HOT! This makes a very enjoyable read and I can’t wait for the next installment.
Lynn

Excerpt

“Ah, here they are,” Ford said, turning his head toward two men who were making their way to the table.

“Adam, John, this is Sam. Sam, these are two of the city’s ugliest heroes, John and Adam.” Ford made the introductions as John slid into a chair across from him, lifting his head in greeting.

Sam swallowed hard, barely registering anything other than the man still standing in front of him. Adam Carson. He watched as recognition dawned in Adam’s eyes and a slow smirk appeared on his face. It was the same familiar cocky expression he wore when Sam knew him a billion years earlier.

“You sure have grown up, Dexter,” Adam said, exercising the nickname he had used for him all through school.

Sam lifted one eyebrow. “It seems you haven’t.”

“You two know each other?” Ford asked, eyebrows lifted in question.

“Oh, me and Dex go way back,” Adam supplied, never taking his eyes off Sam.

“Dex?”

Sam rolled his eyes. Ford was his friend, but that didn’t mean he wanted to rehash the shit that happened back in high school. That name was one that haunted him right through the twelfth grade. When he moved, he tucked it safely away, but tonight, it seemed, it had followed him.

“Long story,” Adam said. “It’s good to see you. It’s been a long time.”

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TWO 5 Stars for Hapless (Sleigh Ride – 2015 Advent Calendar) by Therese Woodson #MM #Holiday @writer_reese

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Title: Hapless (Sleigh Ride – 2015 Advent Calendar)
Author Name & Publisher: Therese Woodson (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: December 1, 2015 – 49 pgs

Synopsis

All Ty wants is to propose to his boyfriend, Micah, before Christmas Eve. He has the perfect ring, the perfect setting, and the perfect plan, but the universe has other ideas. A sprained ankle, a choking woman, and a crying sister are just the tip of the iceberg as Ty stumbles toward his happy ever after.

Now, as Christmas Eve looms before him, he has to figure out how to ask the biggest question of his life without his perfectionism getting in the way or he might lose the person he wants to spend the holiday, and every day after, with.

A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2015 Advent Calendar package “Sleigh Ride”.

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FiveStars

This holiday novella was so cute and sweet!

So Ty just wants to propose to his boyfriend Micah but he wants it to be romantic and he is very nervous. Well every time he got ready to ask him let’s just say something would happen where he was stopped from being able to ask.

You really can not help feeling bad for Ty because he was really trying so hard to make this romantic and special for Micah. I just loved the way this author wrote these characters and this story. You could feel the love between Micah and Ty. This was such a sweet story of one man who loves his boyfriend so much he just wants to propose to him before Christmas.

All together I really loved this story!
I would recommend this Novella!

Kara

FiveStars

This story was absolutely wonderful. I immediately fell in love with Ty and Micah and loved the all the antics of Ty trying to purpose to Micah. The was this was the type of story that just warms your heart and you just have to keep reading in hopes that he finds a way. And oh my god the ending was superb and I just didn’t want it to end. It just came across as a beautiful Christmas story and gives you the warn fuzzes.

Lynn

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