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Davey has not had an easy life and after he breaks away from his family he continues to struggle to get through life but at least he doesn’t have to rely on anyone. Avery is new to the city and looking for friends, their connection via a dating app helps to move them both in a new direction.
I felt bad for Davey, he continues to try and have relationships but they always end the same and he doesn’t see the point and keep it up. Avery shows him that they can build up a friendship first and then move on to more but will Avery’s past come back to haunt them both? I loved Avery’s gestures to show Davey what he wanted and how he feels, they were understated but perfect. They really built a solid foundation to get their relationship going and it looks like it will be lasting.
You have a character who has come to distrust all the romance and joy of Christmas because he keeps looking for love and it isn't returned. Then a chance encounter at work garners him the interest of a newcomer to town. Some simply romantic dates and a personal connection open him up to trying love one more time.
You must read this and experience the love, pain, doubts and joy first hand. It is a wonderful story just in time for the holidays!
I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.
There is an instant kind of connection in this story. Not quite love, but a certain *something*. And they are both exactly what each other needs just when they need it
I would love to catch up with these guys to see how they are doing in a few years. A HFN with a hopeful future.
All through it, I had the feeling that the writing is very personal to the author, like he was putting on paper his own story.
Davey is a newly single guy. He doesn't seem to have the best luck in love and he's not a fan of his job. Avery is brand new to town. He visits Davey's shop earlier in the day and when they come "screen face to screen face" with each other on a dating site; you can't help but wonder if it's Christmas magic.
The book evolves from sad and lonely to sweet, happy, and lovely. Novellas are tricky because sometimes you feel like maybe you didn't have enough time to really feel and absorb characters and situations. In Jingle Spell, the author really fleshed out the characters well, the pacing was great, and dialog was wonderful.
This is what you look for in a holiday story.