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Gay Romance Holiday Collection Paperback – November 7, 2019
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Eight Nights in December— Lucas is in college and alone after his father died from cancer. He had planned to spend the holidays alone in the dorm, but his roommate's mother made him come to their home, where he met his roommate's brother Nate. Nate and Lucas had to share a room and soon the heat takes over.
In Case of Emergency— Daniel was on his way to a romantic vacation when he gets called to the hospital because his former step brother Cole was hurt. Daniel barely remembers Cole because their parents were only married for a few months and when he learns Cole has no one to look after him, he knows he can't leave him alone, so he decides to take him on vacation with him. When they get to the chalet, Daniel's date has invited people from work and only wanted to party. Daniel is angry and tries to kick everyone out, but a storm came. Daniel would rather stay with Cole and care for him than party and Cole has to try and remember Daniel is off limits and get over his crush.
Santa Daddy—Hunter took a job as an elf at the mall to earn money for Christmas presents because he couldn't find work, only unpaid internships. When the regular mall Santa broke his hip, Nick stepped in to play Santa. Nick owned a tree farm and was very grumpy. Nick was alone since his husband died, and he pushed everyone away. When Nick met Hunter, he felt drawn to him and his dominate traits come out making him want to protect Hunter. Hunter was still a virgin and felt he was too scared to allow himself to get close to anyone. When Nick offered Hunter a job on the farm, he crashed on his way to work on the first day and was stuck in a storm. When Hunter managed to walk to Nick's house, Nick felt bad and realized he wanted Hunter around. Hunter needed someone to care for him and Nick needed to be a Daddy.
Where the Lovelight Gleams—Ryan worked on a sci-fi show with Cary where they played lovers. Ryan was in love with Cary in real life, but Cary was straight and dating another actress. When Ryan was going home for Christmas, he invited Cary, but Cary was going away with his girlfriend. After a few days, Cary called and told Ryan he was on his way after he broke up with his girlfriend. Cary arrived at Ryan's family's cabin and they welcomed him with open arms. Ryan was fighting his feelings for Cary and when Cary told him he cared about him and wanted to be with him, they starting acting on their feelings, but didn't tell anyone. Ryan also wondered if it was only a fling or if they would be together when they returned to California. Cary wasn't ready to come out because of his family and Ryan didn't want to be a secret.
All four of these books were good reads. I found them sweet and steamy. i love the happy endings for the holidays and the epilogues. Good stories ina good set. Well done.
Gay Holiday Collection is four steamy holiday reads by author Keira Andrews. Each story has a different holiday theme which I really liked. I also like the sizzle in these stories. The following is the publisher’s blurbs and the titles included:
Eight Nights in December
Orphaned Lucas figures spending Hanukkah with his obnoxious roommate’s family in New York City is better than staying alone on campus upstate. He ends up sharing a room again, this time with his roommate’s brother. Geeky photographer Nate isn’t at all what Lucas expects. In fact, he’s incredibly sexy—especially when he invites Lucas into his darkroom...
Features secret trysts, new adult angst, spinning the dreidel, and of course a happy ending.
In Case of Emergency
After years alone, Daniel Diaz is finally ready to shake up his orderly, solitary life. He's about to leave for a cozy Christmas getaway when he gets the call from the ER that his former stepbrother has been admitted with a concussion and a broken hand—and Cole put him down as his emergency contact. Why the hell would he do that? Daniel barely knows the guy. But Cole has no one else to look after him and strict doctor's orders not to be left alone. So, fine, Daniel will bring him along on vacation...
Features former stepbrothers reconnecting as adults, sexy hot-tub shenanigans, Christmas feels, and of course a happy ending.
Hunter Adams is still a virgin, can’t find a real job, and has no clue what to do with his life. In desperation, he returns to his humiliating old job as an elf at the Santa's Village. The Santa on the job is an unexpectedly sexy lumberjack, twice Hunter's size and age. He’s grumpy and intimidating, but he makes Hunter feel very naughty. When a surprise blizzard traps them alone on Nick’s isolated tree farm, Nick’s daddy instincts kick in...
Features an age gap, steamy mm first times, daddy role-playing and light spanking, and of course a happy ending.
Where the Lovelight Gleams
Actor Ryan Drake is pining. He may get to kiss gorgeous Cary Holloway on the set of their hit sci-fi TV show, but he knows it’ll never happen in real life. Charming Cary has a starlet girlfriend, and despite their sizzling onscreen chemistry, he and Ryan are just friends. Right? Then Cary accepts Ryan’s invite to spend the holiday with his family in Canada. Little does Ryan know, Cary’s coming to terms with his bisexuality and deep attraction to his co-star...
My favorite out of the four is the Eight Nights in December. I love a good Hanukkah story. This one is sweet and very much embraces the Hanukkah traditions. I loved that they are explained to me too. Made me feel so connected not only to the characters but the holiday itself.
Lucas is a shy guy. He has lost his dad. He has no where to go for the holidays. His disheveled and disorganized jock roommate is going home. Sam’s mom drags Lucas with them.
Lucas ends up rooming with Sam’s geeky shy brother Nate. And well they more than hit it off.
I loved how they grew in this story. They start out with testing the waters so to speak, then they form a real solid start to a relationship.
Their connection can really be felt. Which made this story my favorite.
Overall each book brings its own flavor and style to this collection. I loved it. I would definitely pick up more from this author in the future.
Five Shooting Stars