Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
This is a lovely holiday story featuring a family celebrating Hanukkah. Lucas’s college roommate Sam is heading home for the holidays and Lucas is looking forward to peace and quiet in the dorms while the partying jock is away. Orphaned after his father passed away in September, Lucas has nowhere to go—until Sam’s mother takes him by the hand and drags him home to New York with her.
She deposits him in Sam’s little brother’s room, but when Lucas gets a look at his little brother, Nate, is evident that little is the last word he’d used to describe the sexy, glasses-wearing geek. And Nate’s view of Lucas isn’t that bad either. It’s not long until the two begin a fling and though Lucas starts off as an inexperienced virgin, by the time the eight days of Hanukkah are over, that’s no longer the case. In fact, by the end of the eight days there’s more going on than a holiday fling, and neither Nate nor Lucas are looking forward to their separation after New Year’s Day.
But Nate’s not out and Lucas promised his dad he’d go to his dad’s favorite college to study medicine. Nate also isn’t happy with the career choice he’s following to please his own dad. He really wants to be a photographer but he promised his dad he’d be a lawyer. Can these two young men find their way to their hearts’ desires—including each other—after only eight days together?
This is, as I said, a lovely story and for those who like sexy romps, this one will make your holiday stocking sizzle. It’s also a sweet love story and just thing to brighten a gloomy day.
Cover art by Dar Albert depicts head shots of two young men gazing fondly at each other in the top pane of the cover, the title and a Star of David in the center, and a night scene of New York City in the lower pane. Bright and attractive, it suits the story perfectly.
Sales Link: Amazon
ebook, 100 pages
Published December 7th 2017 by KA Books
Edition Language English