- File Size: 562 KB
- Print Length: 52 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (November 30, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 30, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H0QTPEY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #253,198 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It's only when Phillip, his live in boyfriend that his family thinks is his roommate, shows up does he change his demeanor. He hasn't told his family about what Phillip really means to him but it becomes increasingly transparent that he has feelings for Phillip and some of his family members figure it out easily but without judgment.
He eventually comes clean with his parents and feels so much lighter. The ending is the sweetest part and it made me cry. I really enjoyed this story!!
What I really love most about Ms. Roberts is that she embraces bisexuality in her stories and doesn't hide it away like it's something to be ashamed of with some of the M/M books I've read in the past. I really, really love this about her and her characters. I will continue to auto buy/read her books as she hasn't let me down yet (and I'm pretty sure that it's not possible for her to let me down at all!)
Highly recommend this beautiful, snowy, love filled M/M romance. ENJOY !!
When Philip arrives the truth slowly comes out. The love that Philip has for Calvin will hold him up to be honest with his family and allow him to feel free to show his love for Philip.
This story has it all. An excellent game of snowball fights, with forts and five oranges as the prize. I'm stealing this idea by the way.
But most of all it has warmth, love and hug of family support. Calvin has nothing to worry about.
Talk about a family gathering for Christmas and all under one roof. Cal is prepared to let his family know about the love of his life, Phillip over the holiday season but after being dealt a blow to his memories with the upcoming sale of his childhood home, will he still go through with the grand reveal? A tale of family, fun, love, truth, memories, and holiday merriment. Beautifully written by an author new to me but I will definitely be checking out some of her other work.
I loved this story. How much? Now that I’ve heard the audiobook, I’ve purchased the ebook. If there had been a paperback, I would have purchased it as well. Yes, I loved the story that much.
Cal is home to visit family over Christmas. It’s a yearly get-together with his parents, 6 siblings, and the growing list of nieces and nephews. He has a slightly hard time enjoying it as an introverted person; the loud togetherness gets to him at times. Plus, he has a secret he plans to reveal and it scares him. While his family knows he’s bisexual, they still assume he’ll date, fall in love with, and marry a woman. What he has to tell them is that he hasn’t dated a woman for years and that he is in love with Phillip, a man they all think is his roommate.
I loved his family. Loud, teasing, raucous; to me they felt like a family would act. And when his parents announce they’re selling the family home right after Cal’s youngest brother graduates high school, he’s thrown. I think we can all understand, at least to some degree, how his emotions are thrown topsy-turvy as he tries to imagine never coming back home again. Of course, at that moment, his boyfriend arrives and he has to act like Phillip’s just his roommate.
One-by-one, Cal’s siblings and parents learn of how he truly feels about Phillip and I adored their reactions. Especially Corey’s – and no, I won’t tell you about it as it made me laugh out loud and you, truly, should be allowed to have the same reaction. The scene where Phillip let’s Cal truly know how he feels is so romantic and sweet, but the ending where they drive back to their home in Minneapolis topped it all.
The story had everything I enjoy: laughter, romance, and eroticism. What more could someone need?
The narration: I like Paul Morey’s voice, it’s one of the reasons I jumped at this book – besides the great description – but as much as I love his voice and how he is able to give characters their own voice, he messed up in two areas here. First, a few times it sounded like he stopped speaking into the microphone. His voice would dip down to where I had to strain to hear it and then suddenly be back. The main thing is: I don’t think he should try any accents other than American. I had a hard time figuring out where Phillip was supposed to be from. One moment, his accent sounded pseudo-Scottish, the next pseudo-Irish, and half the time he sounded like, well… Have you ever seen the movie musical 1776? The accent affected by John Collum who played Edward Rutledge from South Carolina is who Phillip sounded like quite often. It was hard to not wince sometimes because, as I said, Phillip’s voice kept changing. He was, I found out part way into the story, supposed to have a soft English accent due to his nannies as a child. But not once did an English accent come out. Other than that, though, he did an amazing job of narrating the story. However, that issue did drop my review from 5 stars to 4 stars.
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