- File Size: 686 KB
- Print Length: 56 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (November 30, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 30, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018RRVUX8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #659,613 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
An Assassin's Holiday (2015 Advent Calendar - Sleigh Ride) Kindle Edition
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There wasn't any particular part of the story that stood out for me, I enjoyed it from beginning to end. A quick feel good read.
Dick Greyson (aka Andrew Grey) has dumped this Christmas gift on us, winked, and leaves us to our raised-eyebrow senses. Assassin Brick is just too cool and structured to be brought up short by targeted victim Robin, who is sweet and unassuming and plays Santa Claus for orphans.
Well, it works. It's sweet, funny, and eventually very seriously hot. A wonderful accompaniment to a mug of egg-nog, seriously laced with rum. Glug, glug--yum, yum.
Definitely one of the more unusual meetings I've read, an assassin paid to kill Santa. What these two find with each other is what the holidays are all about: hope. Such a great addition to my holiday library and another great new author find.
4 Santa stars!! This was such a surprisingly fun read!! It was so much more exciting and fun than I thought!
Brick is a hired assassin and he’s good at what he does. His next assignment on the list is to kill Santa Claus, well a man,Robin, who plays Santa Claus at an orphanage. This assignment hits a little too close to home for Brick since he grew up in an orphanage. But the further into the assignment he goes, he realizes that Robin may be being set up. And while he’s investigating this Robin and Brick start to develop a relationship and feelings start getting involved. Will Brick figure all this out before it’s too late??
This was such a great, fun book!!! I really loved this book. Not a disappointment at all!!
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Melissa for Alpha Book Club**
Yeah, what’s an assassin to do when he develops a conscious over a sweet and sexy man like Robin? Well, you find out why someone wants him dead, of course! It’s the journey that gets these two men there that will steal your heart and make you go awwww…. I’ve loved Dirk’s novels, and this is just as captivating, if a little more light-hearted and fun (while still being so “Dirk”). Definitely a must read for the holidays!
Robin Marvington’s life is so dreary that when Brick shows up at his door with news that he has been hired to kill him, Robin would probably accept the bullet for breakfast. Together, the two of them set out to find out who wants Robin dead, and why. Somewhere along the way the lines between would be target and killer blur, and the two become lovers. Yes, you guessed it, this cannot end well.
Oh happy day! I just loved every little thing about this book. Two men, total opposites, drawn into each other’s lives like magnets. The push and pull was like watching a tennis match and Robin gave his big, burly, former almost killer turned bodyguard and possible companion just as good as he got. I was so engrossed in this story that when I read ‘the end’ I shrieked. I did not want it to end. There is the mystery aspect… who hired Brick, and why? Some suspense… will they figure it out before whomever it was figures out that Brick isn’t following through, and hires someone else? Oh and the Alpha male alert… Brick is sex on a stick, I’m just saying.
If you are looking for a great Holiday read that isn’t all hearts and flowers, carolers singing out in the snow, then this is the story for you. Fast paced and intense, well written and well worth a read.
* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through http://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com *
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