Review: Bigger Than Us by B.A. Tortuga and Jodi Payne

Rating: 4 🌈⛄️ Artist Daniel McCaverty and businessman Mitchell Brown were both close friends of Adam who has just died of cancer. His Will has irrecoverably changed both mens lives forever, leaving them intertwined with those of two young children, one a baby. Two men, two children, and one house . That’s equals a family…… Continue reading Review: Bigger Than Us by B.A. Tortuga and Jodi Payne

Review: Cosy & Chill by Jackie Keswick

Rating: 5🌈⛄️ Cosy & Chill by Jackie Keswick really conveys so much of what I really think is authentic when it comes to the holidays. It’s never just that glitteringly happy, fun filled holiday. full of congenial family gatherings and mountains of gifts. No, there’s also the elements of melancholy, feelings of bitterness, loneliness, exclusion,… Continue reading Review: Cosy & Chill by Jackie Keswick

Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 4 🌈⛄️ Holigay is a term that denotes someone who is gay or gay curious just for a holiday vacation. Once again home, they return to their safe sexual orientation. Holigay by K.M. Neuhold is a sweet best friends to lovers, sexual discovery holiday romance. It’s frankly adorable. It helps that the men involved… Continue reading Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

Review: Merry Elf-ing Christmas by Beth Bolden

Rating: 4.5 🌈⛄️ With the holidays almost upon us for those that celebrate at this time of the year, there’s always a number of holiday books that arrive with it. Merry Elf-ing Christmas by Beth Bolden is a wonderful and sweet addition to anyone’s holiday reading stack this year! I was wracking my memories if… Continue reading Review: Merry Elf-ing Christmas by Beth Bolden

Review: Dearest Malachi Keogh (Dearest Milton James #1.5) by N.R. Walker

Rating: 4.75 🌈 Dearest Malachi Keogh is a wonderful, romantic Christmas sequel to that incredible heartwarming novel Dearest Milton James. That story is easily in my top ten contemporary romances this year, maybe top five as it ticks so many of my emotional narrative boxes. Dearest Malachi Keogh picks up four years later with Julian… Continue reading Review: Dearest Malachi Keogh (Dearest Milton James #1.5) by N.R. Walker

Review: The Geek Who Saved Christmas by Annabeth Albert

Rating: 5 🌈 and a ☃️ What a wonderful holiday romance from Annabeth Albert! And it starts with the names of the characters, Gideon Holiday and Paul Frost. How absolutely perfect, especially for a story about a small town full of historic restored homes known for their holiday decorations . It’s preparing for Thanksgiving, and… Continue reading Review: The Geek Who Saved Christmas by Annabeth Albert