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- Print Length: 119 pages
- Publication Date: December 6, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MRUPTGT
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Chance for Christmas (Ashe Sentinel Connections Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Joe, attorney and a beefy, trained guy (I must admit because he is described so introverted that he must have been a lean guy, but he’s quite the opposite) is a bit – but not much – older than Chance who left Ashe, Kansas because of his past. He suffered through a huge humilation caused though a highschool crush and went to L.A. to be an actor.
Being called home he is well aware of the ghosts from the past, but the most problems are made by his own mind.
He meets Joe again, the attorney who helped him in the past with his case, and both have heavy sparks flying around them. The chemistry is palpable and I really liked how the story developed from this on.
Because Joe is such a timid, calm character he is mistaken of being shy. But this also causes great, funny and hilarious scenes in the book. I say only: in the flat of Rick and Will. xD But on the other hand you have of course a bit pity with him.
Chance is also a character with a great burden. He is sometimes insecure, tries to be smart and charming, be self-confident but sometimes he stumbles.
Like other books of the series before, Rewriting his Love or Changing Focus, the book contains not too much sexual interaction. It isn’t really bad this time the sex is a bit more tamed because in the whole context it is fitting. Sometimes less is more and it depends on the character development. And this was good balanced.
That we have a few reappearances of the other character from the series is a nice aspect, it gives a better insight of some of the character. Some named things in the book are only to understand when you’ve read the books before but it doesn’t stop the fun in reading this as a standalone. I have a high connection to Sarah in this book whereas she was in the last books sometimes a bit annoying, though a few actions were over the top in this book. But it is nice to see a minor character also improving.
This book gets 5 out of 5 stars. I really liked it, the balance between Joe and Chance and also the vulnerabilty of both men. Both have a great burden to carry, and both fit very well together.
*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*
Review originally posted on my blog with added content on Mikku-chan / A world full of words
I also enjoyed getting a chance to check in with some of the characters I’ve grown to love throughout this series, and would have loved to have been at that eventful Christmas party. This book may have been set during the Christmas season, but it carries a heartwarming message about finding home, and family, that is relevant year round. This is a good choice if you’re looking for something that just feels good to read…
Please note that I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book.
Chance doesn’t want to be back in Ashe. When he left 8 years ago he’d been humiliated and couldn’t bear the thought of everyone talking about him. When he gets a call that his father is ill he knows that he has to finally return.
I loved the chemistry between Chance and Joe. Both of them are fairly confident men – until it comes to personal connections. Joe wants Chance but is afraid to tell him because he doesn’t want Chance to stay in Ashe just for him.
While this book had lots of feels to it there were also some lighter moments.
All in all this was a wonderful Christmas novella with interesting and well developed characters.
I did a beta read of this story for the author but my review is voluntary.
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