- Silver Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2012
- Book 17 of Let It Snow 2012
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
Morgan and Sam are both gay but believe each other to be straight, until they are snowed in by a Christmas blizzard. Discussing their pasts leads them to find they have a lot more in common than running a lodge.
Morgan Ventry and Sam Ackland have known each other for three years.
Morgan works at Sam's lodge as bartender, closing manager, and general all-around help, and has never once suspected Sam might be gay.
Sam has worked side by side with Morgan and had never suspected he was gay either. Both men have simply shoved aside any attraction, reminding themselves that it's stupid to fall for a straight man. Then they get snowed in by a Christmas blizzard and have more time on their hands than they know what to do with--at least until they realize they are both gay, and attracted to each other. Then they have plenty of things they can think of to do…
Dec 31, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
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Two men snowbound in a resort could lead to secrets revealed.
Sam owns the resort lodge where Morgan works as a bartender. Both men have a history which isn't pretty. Both stories are painful and make me question what kinds of people exist in this world. As a result of their bad experiences, both are very discreet and noncommittal about their private lives. With nothing else to do, these two men finally share their story with each other.
It was sweet how they both danced around trying to figure out if either one of them are gay or not. What really made it for me was how the characters were designed. Both Sam and Morgan have been burned badly in their past life. Yet they are not victims. They are survivors. When these two come together and open up, it's like Christmas morning when children rip into their presents. There is a sense of joy and happiness that can't be contained.
TN Tarrant tells a great story with heartwarming details. This Christmas tale is recommended to m/m lovers who feel vindicated when good triumphs over evil.
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