- File Size: 3181 KB
- Print Length: 44 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (November 30, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 30, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MYUIX4H
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #442,625 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Analog to Digital (2016 Advent Calendar - Bah Humbug) Kindle Edition
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This was really a delightful short Holliday read.
Ahh Toby and Ethan living together and agreed they would never marry. Mostly because of Toby. Ethan secret wish is to marry Toby the love of his life.
So different is Ethan's sister she is given her vow for the second time in a year and now at Christmas. Toby and Ethan will be there.
Ethan hates it because he wants to marry instead, but that's a big no.
Soooo Holliday and wedding vows at parents home...but Toby is spending no time at all with Ethan. And Ethan is lonely and getting more miserable with the day and more unsure about his relationship with Toby....he wants to go away...back to his work...
When they go shopping to the mall some magic is in the air.
Delightful fast read, it was short but had enough details to create environments.
A great Holliday read with some hot chocolate and whipped cream under a blanket.
Ethan and Toby have been together for a few years and are happy…enough. Neither wants to push the commitment level to the shiny circular phase because they believe they are content. Completely satisfied with what they have or at least that’s what their mouths say. Their hearts on the other hand, yearn for more…a lifelong, forever and as long as we both shall live kind of more. Finger crossing while telling white lies only gets you so far and then those who truly know you see through into your deepest desires, and Toby sees straight into Ethan. Quite simply, Ethan wants to get married.
Ethan is from Minnesota and hasn’t been home for the holidays since he and Toby met. He misses the comforts that only ‘home’ can provide but he’s extremely dedicated to his career. When Toby surprises him with a trip home to partake in the celebration of his sister’s vow renewal, he is rattled. He has done his duty and stood by her side as she pledged herself to her soul mate. He doesn’t want to have it in his face again. Toby is persistent and luckily for Ethan, he agrees to go back to Minnesota. However when they arrive, everything seems off. He’s living in a strange daydream or perhaps nightmare? Will it end in terror or his dreams come true?
What's to like: I enjoyed both of the guys. Toby is definitely easier to love because Ethan has his quirks, but I find most quirks endearing and it’s obvious Toby finds Ethan’s precious. Going home to your parents for the holidays is sweet chaos…or at least mine is. Visiting Ethan’s family was great fun and I’m sure you’ll agree. Toby and Ethan are the perfect example of opposites attract.
What's to love: This is one of those times that you just KNOW it’s going to end happy…it must! And when it does, you feel like dancing. It wasn’t super angsty or overly dramatic, it was just enough to make your heart pick up pace a little. I adored watching their big moment play out. It was super sweet and super romantic.
Beware of: A very short story. It’s a tidbit or bite size treat but it’s still fantastic. And don’t expect any major twists…it’s fairly smooth sailing.
This book is for: If you love holiday stories and are searching for a dreamy tale that is sweet without much heat, this is the story for you.
The tale had my chest clenching at the despair and upset of the guy who secretly wanted commitment, and at the 'brush-off-ness' of the other, who was in fact colluding with his future in-laws to pull off something very meaningful to both guys. I knew that the tale had to end positively, but it felt like a lot got glossed over and didn't end up being explained, and on top, the ending was really awkward and abrupt. I had expected to see an actual ceremony, but as I went to turn the page, I was stunned to see that the tale had ended.
It could have so easily been extended by a single page showing the leads getting married, and could have ended up a 4*, or possibly even 5* tale, but I still liked it enough to want to check out more by the author.
ARC courtesy of Dreamspinner Press and Bayou Book Junkie, for my reading pleasure.
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