- File Size: 2507 KB
- Print Length: 87 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Alex Jane; 1 edition (October 20, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 20, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MAZGPUY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,709 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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'Tis the Season Kindle Edition
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This is a story that gives hope to people saddened by loss. You Can find love again and not live with despair. You Can find that one person who makes you whole and gives you both your HEA.
So glad i did. This story had romance,two of my fave holidays (Halloween and Christmas)...what more do you need
I will definitely be reading more from this author.
Aaron lost his husband and waded through life- a man still attached to the spirit of the deceased. Dylan- on the brink of destruction, lost, after getting out of a bad relationship. What Aaron and Dylan found was common ground in despair and the strength in each other to forge forward.
Ms. Jane spun a tale taking this reader on an emotional roller coaster, hoping for holiday cheer and a miracle happy ending. ‘Tis the Season brought a smile and a tear and the knowledge that good things are around the corner when we open ourselves to the holiday spirit.
A five handcuff review
Both Aaron and Dylan have heartache in their not-so-distant pasts, and both have their own forms of grief and pain with which to deal. Even as they each go through a healing process, the also become strong for each other—turning this into a double helping of hurt/comfort. There are some points that can be difficult to read, simply from the point of the pain the characters are going through. But the way they each help one another through makes that pain bearable for the reader, and it also sparks something between the two men that both thought they wouldn’t have again.
The intimate scenes between the two are red-hot, and the relationship that develops actual feels quite natural even from their first night together. They just “click” with each other, and while they both have plenty to work through as they heal, its easy to see them eventually ending up together in the long run thanks to their genuine chemistry.
’Tis the Season was a 4.5-star read for me, and it made for a good, quick read with its novella length. I’d recommend this book to any M/M romance fan. While it’s a “holiday” story, it does cover from Halloween through Christmas so you actually get to visit with these characters through multiple holidays, as well as seeing where they’re at the following year. This story is meant for readers 18+ for adult language and sexual content.
The narration: This was the first time I’ve listened to Michael Fell as a narrator, and I thought he did a really great job in voicing these characters. He gave everyone distinct, individual voices, paced the reading perfectly, and really made me feel the emotions Aaron and Dylan were going through. 5 stars for the narration!
Tis the Season is a sweet short novella about grief, loss and finding love again when you lest expected it.
Aaron tragically lost his husband and is learning to live and go with his life. He has been closed to everyone through his grief he knows they mean well but hates the pitying looks.
Dylan's boyfriend left him, but he also did quite a number on him over their two year relationship with Dylan's self-esteem and confidence taking quite a hit.
They meet on a bridge where Dylan is contemplating ending it all. Aaron saves him and their lives intertwine with them both struggling to cope with their grief and emotional pain.
But the brightest star is found in the darkest of night and thats how i felt about their romance and coming together. They supported and comforted each other and found happiness again.
A beautiful sweet heartwarming and emotional short story, but absolutely perfect.
They meet at Halloween and share a night of intimacy, it’s short lived as Aaron feels like he betrayed his deceased husband. As November moves closer to Thanksgiving Aaron is granted a second chance. There is so much angst and push and pull, I wasn’t sure if these two would make it. I like how they grew and were friends.
This tale ends at the Christmas holiday. This is my first book by this author and I will be reading more. I recommend this book for a short fast read about the growth of two men in letting the past go and try to move into the future.
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