RELEASE DATE: November 19th 2015
BLURB: To be home for Christmas, they must bridge the distance between them.
Gavin Bloomberg’s childhood friendship with Charlie ended overnight after a day of stolen kisses. With years of resentment between them, they don’t want to be in the same room together, let alone a car. But for Ava’s sake, Gavin agrees to share the rental and drive across the country together.
As they face unexpected bumps along the road, can Charlie and Gavin pave the way to a future together? This is a gay holiday romance featuring new adult angst, enemies to lovers, and steamy first times.
Well, I can say I’m officially in love with Keira Andrews’s style. I have brought some of her books but I haven’t read them all yet, why? I don’t know there isn’t enough time to read all the wonderful books so many authors write. But I’m sure I’ll remedy this. Her way of writing is so addictive, emotional, wonderful. If you have read any of her books you completely understand what I mean.
This short Christmas story is wonderful written. We have two friends Charlie and Gavin, ex friends. They were friends at school but something happened and they aren’t friends anymore. Obviously because an act of faith, because I can’t think of anything else, they meet at a rental car point at San Francisco airport. Both their flights were cancelled because of a bad weather and they have to reach the opposite cost. It’s not ideal, especially for Charlie, but he have to go home because he made a promise to her little sister who is in remission from leukemia, and he is convinced that if he can’t go home she will get sick again. So this trip begin and it will change all their life.
It’s emotional, angsty (which I like a lot) but sweet and also very hot. This book was a real page turner. I was glued to the pages. I like the interaction between Gavin and Charlie and I really like how the book ends (no spoiler)
The authors wrote about this book: “I wanted to write a holiday story that has angst and emotion and isn’t solely fluff. My goal was also to make it sexy and hot, but to include those warm and cuddly holiday feels as well. I hope I’ve succeeded!”
YES! Keira Andrews, you magnificently succeeded!