Author: Devon Rhodes
Length: Novella (51 Pages)
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing (December 27th, 2013) Available for Early Download
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5 Hearts
Blurb: Can Blaise coming back to Montana turn Owen’s blue Christmas into a warm, shared Christmas of white?
Owen never thought he’d see the all-too tempting veterinary intern from the previous summer again, until his brother drops the bombshell that not only is Blaise returning, but also he’ll need to stay in Owen’s house again until he gets settled. He’s the bachelor uncle in their ranching family, and if people know what that means, no one talks about it. He can’t be gay, no matter what happened in the barn last time Blaise was here…
Blaise made the life-changing decision to relocate to Montana for many reasons but with one clear goal in mind—to convince Owen of what they could share if he would only let Blaise in. He’s prepared himself for a long siege, but with the help of his scheming best friend, Owen’s brother, a donkey and a lot of snow, an early Christmas present might just be in store for them both.
Product Link: https://www.totallybound.com/christmas-of-white
Review: I wish this story were a bit longer, because it was really good. Well written and the story seem to just flow along.
Blaise fell in love with Owen and had decided to make the jump and relocate to Montana to be near him. Owen wasn’t sure what he felt for Blaise, but he knew he wanted him. He just had to get over his problem of not wanting anyone to know he wanted to be with a man. The sex between them was hot but very tender. Blaise was tender and had a big heart who wanted Owen. You can’t help but fall for these two.
The way the story was written, you could just tell from the very beginning that it would be a great read. It had such a serious tone to it with just a bit of humor. What really made it close to being perfect was the white Christmas idea.
To have the snow falling down, with a fire roaring in the fireplace sipping on hot chocolate and reading this story is the perfect idea.