Author: A. R. Moler
Length: Short Story (45 Pages)
Publisher: MLR Press (December 5, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: When the SWAT team leader says no to Christmas, you have to wonder why.
It’s Christmas time and Ben Sullivan is having problems getting his boyfriend, Tyler Czuba, to commit to a holiday schedule. Tyler has finally come out to his SWAT team and his relationship with Ben is now out in the open. Tyler has always worked on Christmas and doesn’t seem willing to compromise this year either.
When Tyler ends up on desk duty, Ben thinks that maybe that family Christmas will work out after all. But Tyler explodes over the issue. Suddenly, Ben has to wonder if their relationship will even survive the holidays at all.
Product Link: http://www.mlrbooks.com/ShowBook.php?book=ARMCATCH
Review: I wondered how someone could put so much feelings and heart in to a short story but A. R. Moler has achieved that in this amazing story. Ben and Tyler have been together for five years and they have been through many trying times. Tyler knows all about Ben, however Ben doesn’t know that much about the man he loves.
Tyler is a Swat team leader and has always chosen to work the holidays. For the longest time they had not known that, Tyler was gay until Ben was held hostage at work. Now he just wasn’t so sure about certain things. He knew that Ben wanted him to celebrate Christmas, but that was one holiday that he hated. Now it was up to Tyler to start opening up, and it was up to Ben to show him that he is loved unconditionally. That and to show him that Christmas is not to be feared and hated.
I had a blast reading this story and I definitely want to hear more about these gorgeous men. To top it off you get one hell of a badass Swat team guy who carries a gun. What more could a girl ask for. Well some hot sex, misunderstandings, passion and fire, excitement and a bit of danger could be added in for more fun. I loved it and look forward to more stories by this amazing author.
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