This is a holiday and winter anthology with 100% of the proceeds going to the Trevor Project.
PRG WILL BE POSTING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
NOVEMBER 28TH THRU DECEMBER 26TH REVIEWS FROM THIS ANTHOLOGY
5***** An Unworthy Gift – AE Via
AE Via is a new to me author. This book was a great choice to begin this anthology. Meeting sweet Spencer Underwood, drooling over an unaffordable bracelet in a local jewelry store, was something I have done myself. But the attitude of that nasty, snooty sales person was obnoxious until another handsome well dressed man came from the back room and here we meet Cole Burbank. Cole takes over the encounter, telling Gerald the salesman he can start locking up, as he offers a half off sale to entice Spencer. Of course even half off is too expensive, and the jeweler offers 75% off, then dinner anything to see him.…. Spencer was at a loss, and hurried off to his night job.
Gerald the sales person decides to take his boss Cole to a local gentlemen’s club for a nightcap and cigars. Guess who is their waiter?…….Yes a sweet Christmas story!!!
4****Out For The Holidays- Lane Hayes
Layne Hayes has written a charming story with Derek and Gabe. Derek from a rich family is leaving it all behind, wanting to fulfill his dreams of opening a Bistro. Gabe knows nothing about Bistros, but believes in his lover and will do anything to help him.
Derek is the numbers guy, and has gone round and round on paper and feels the building he is looking at, will make his dreams come true.
Their surrounding friends are all supportive, will work for beer, and has them helping dismantle the building to have it restored.
Derek has never stood up to his family and he works through his shortcomings to believe in himself with lots of love from Gabe. Low angst, sweet story.
5*****Single Dad Christmas= RJ Scott
Austin, hired Paul as his Manny for his triplets. Paul said he could give him 2 years, and now Austin was sitting in his room staring at the letter of resignation from Paul. He would be leaving after the Holidays.
Was it two years already? Austin couldn’t believe it, and now realized he was in love with Paul. What the heck was he going to do? How would the children react to losing Paul? He was their other Dad. The one thing Austin couldn’t do was let Paul know how he felt, and guilt him to think of giving up his dream to travel.
This was another sweet holiday story of two men who really, really needed to talk!