An Alisa Review: The Christmas Eve Cragislist Killer: A Holiday to Remember by Jill Wexler

Rating:  4 stars out of 5
The public library’s computer geek, aka Travis, is content skirting the edges of social interaction. He’s fully committed to being a boring, twenty-something IT guy who likes his office more than people, a guy someone like Connor would never fall for. Connor, who works on the library floor as a page, is outgoing, social, and charming and everything else that stands for “fun.”
An interaction between the two at the library on Christmas Eve has Travis accidentally mentioning that he failed to find this year’s hottest toy for his nephew. Immediately, Connor goes on a quick hunt online, and finds one. The only problem is that the Craigslist seller is hours away and Travis is sure spending hours in a car with quirky, handsome Connor can only end badly.
This was cute.  Travis hasn’t had all that much experience with guys and hasn’t had all that much luck, he wants to give his nephew something to help him relate to others his own age as he sees himself in the boy.    This gives Connor the perfect opportunity to get to know the man he has been attracted to.  I enjoyed their playful banter and the friendship they began on their trip.  Both of them are adorable and I’m glad they finally had something that pushed them together.
The cover art by Catherine Dair is great and is perfect for the story.
Sales Link: Amazon
Book Details:
ebook, ~9,000 words
Published: December 18, 2017 by Mischief Corner Books
Edition Language: English

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