Three Wise Men by Connie Bailey

ThreeWiseMenLGTitle: Three Wise Men
Series: Dreamspinner Press’ 2014 Advent Calendar: Celebrate
Author: Connie Bailey
Genre: Contemporary/MMM Ménage
Length: Short (29 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (December 1, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb:College friends Joon, Tae, and Sangsun parted ways after an aborted attempt at a threesome. Ten years later, life has carried them down very different paths, but Joon misses his friends and decides to invite them to his home in South Korea for Christmas. He believes they belong together, but convincing the others to defy tradition and try again will take faith, hope, and a lot of talking—especially since all three of them are still in the closet.

A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2014 Advent Calendar package “Celebrate!”.
ISBN: 978-1-63216-759-0
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Reviewer: Prime
Review: Joon has nervously awaited and prepared for the Christmas he had planned with Sangsun and Tae, the three had not been all together in 10 years, since Tae went and joined the army. Joon has at some point converted to Christianity, hence why he has prepared to celebrate Christmas. I’m not good with working out the origins of different names, but I figured this is set in South Korea, mostly because Joon offered Sangsun and Tae soju (then we are actually told on page 10 that it’s Korea).

This is a great story with three characters that are men and now have their careers as teacher, businessmen and career army but need to come to terms with who they are. All three men are likable characters, too, which meant it had my emotions tossing about. Sangsun is a bit stubborn, but then again there is always someone who needs more than a little convincing.

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