- Silver Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2012
- Book 22 of Let It Snow 2012
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
Ethan and Alex were together for over a year when Alex left him for another man. Three months later, Ethan remembers the Christmas getaway he planned before the breakup. He's reluctant to go; until Riley appears on his cabin's doorstep.
Ethan had been living with Alex for over eighteen months when Alex left him for another man and his world fell apart.
Three months later, when Ethan is finally getting back on his feet, a letter arrives in the mail -- confirmation of the Christmas getaway he'd booked with a group of friends before the break-up.
Ethan is only persuaded to go when he's assured that he won't be the only single person there. The other single person happens to be Riley: male, hot, single and interested in Ethan right from the start. Ethan's not sure he's ready to start something, but can Riley's gentle persuasion convince Ethan that maybe it's time to move on after all?
Dec 30, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
125 people found the following review helpful
Ethan is a nurturing lover who remembers all the little details to make his boyfriend, Alex, happy. This Christmas they will return to the lodge they went to last year and enjoyed so much. Unfortunately, Ethan's heart is ripped apart when Alex leaves him for another man. Ethan is now stuck going on a Christmas vacation by himself.
What is worse than going on vacation by oneself? Going on a Christmas vacation with other couples and showing up as only half of a couple. Ms. Jacobs creates an all-too-realistic situation and it looks to be a train wreck. No one wants to be a third wheel. To be the single person with three other couples is a nightmare. Fortunately, one of the couples brings an additional guest, Riley.
Reunited with Ethan, Riley is excited to get to know Ethan better this Christmas. Last Christmas, he couldn't compete with Alex. This was a sweet read with Riley helping Ethan heal from his heart break. This story moves at a smooth and even pace. The images of the lodge and a winter wonderland evoke Christmas spirit. This romantic m/m story is recommended to readers who want a happily ever after.
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