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Saturday, December 5, 2020

Tic-Tac-Mistletoe (2020) N.R. Walker

Tic-Tac-MistletoeHamish Kenneally is moving to the US. His sister has been there for four years, and there is nothing for him in Australia, so he has a two year visa, is going to remote work, and see if a change will do him good.

But he arrives in the US just a few days before Christmas, his plane is diverted to Montana because of a blizzard, and his attempt to drive the rest of the way–when he’s never even seen snow before–goes about as well as everything else had for him since he left Australia.

I double-checked the map— which was ridiculously difficult to fold, mind you. It really is no wonder they went out of fashion. It was like trying to fold a fitted sheet, all while sitting behind the wheel of a car, with frozen fingers.

This is all sweet and adorable and no angst and nothing bad happens and it’s wonderful and just what I needed.

Ren grinned and disappeared out the back, and when I turned back around, Liv was staring at me. “Can we just take a second to talk about how perfect he is?”

“Imma need more than a second.”

Just adorable.

Publisher: BlueHeart Press
Rating: 8.5/10

Categories: 8.5/10, LGBT, Romance, Sexual Content     Comments (0)    

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