Gift Wrapped by Sam Hill

Gift-wrappedLGTitle:   Gift Wrapped

Author:   Sam Hill

Genre:  Contemporary

Length:  Novella (46 pages)

ISNB: 978-1-62798-592-5

Publisher:  Dreamspinner Press (December 1st, 2013)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts

Reviewer: LeeAnn

Blurb:   Noah hates his job at the popcorn kiosk, and finding out his original holiday plans to return home have fallen through doesn’t help make his season bright. The daily Secret Santa gifts left on the counter of the kiosk are, so far, more frustrating than cheerful. Then a clown determined to turn Noah’s frown upside-down convinces him that Christmas might not be as terrible as he’d expected.

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Review:  I loved the whole concept of a Secret Santa / Admirer. Noah keeps getting gifts left at his kiosk. All he does is leave for a minute or two and there is a package waiting for him. Not just any old thing in them either…things he wants or brings back good memories for him.  Daniel is working as a clown and has the annoying tendency of calling him darling…why? Noah has no clue but he’s wondering does he have two stalkers? One being his Secret Santa and the other being the clown?

As you will discover as I did, this is a wonderfully charming story and I am so very glad I was able to read it. What Daniel does for Noah regarding Noah’s mom and sister is wonderful. A must read. Please do. You will enjoy every minute.