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Top Customer Reviews
Jason and David stole my heart from the beginning there connection was so intense from the start
This is a perfect holiday short read intense romantic sexy hot and heartwarming I loved it
Thank you k c wells for this beautifully written story
K C Wells has produced a perfect tonic for the festive period, light with just a hint of a tang to take the edge off, bubbling over with boundless emotion and some serious slow burn.
All this leads up to a silver fox falling in love for the first time after struggling with his identity as a gay man following a bitter divorce and a distancing from his son because of circumstance.
There's a younger man, and while how much younger isn't made obvious, it didn't feel like decades in age between them. David had been working for some time following his college experiences and he just read as a more mature character than someone in their early 20s.
Jason was so sweet, genuinely kind hearted and a little bit repressed and fearful but it just made it all the more sweeter when their growing passion finally ignited into a beautifully evocative fireside rug first time.
Loved this wonderful Christmas romance.
David is tasked with finding a local soup kitchen for the firm he works at to volunteer and promote.
Jason is the owner of the local coffee shop that David frequents. He spots Jason giving away free coffee & good to a handful of homeless men.
A quick introduction and their path is set on HEA
The author has written a tale that helps you route for the banker to find his heart and the baker to risk sharing his. The pace is satisfying and I was left wanting to hear more about all the stars.
Jason owns a coffee shop frequented daily by David. David notices Jason regularly hands out free coffee and cakes to the same small group of homeless men which intrigues him because his boss at the Wall Street law firm where they work, has just charged him with sourcing a Homeless Shelter for their company to sponsor - all in the name of great PR. David gets to know Jason a little bit when he accompanies him to volunteer at a soup kitchen and he likes him very much. Jason is just David’s type, older and very sexy but he’s not sure if he’s gay. As they become good friends, David discovers Jason is gay and this was the cause of his acrimonious divorce several years earlier, yet he hasn’t explored his sexuality due to lack of confidence and not finding the right man. David wants to be that man and this is the story of how they go from friends to lovers and what happens in between.
New York at Christmas time is one of the most romantic places in the world spent with the right person, and KC Wells conjures up the atmosphere perfectly so that you feel like you’re there with David and Jason as they experience the city and all it has to offer. The book is filled with so much Christmassy stuff it made me reach for my mulled wine and mince pies just to get in the spirit, but ultimately it’s a sweet, feel good story full of hope and joy and good tidings. Really enjoyed it.
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Jason's story is fairly typical I assume for those guys at high school who were more or less certain that they were gay, but who were totally petrified of coming out of the closet. He ended up with a wife full of recrimination and extremely bitter about the waste of a marriage and their lives, BUT gained a son named Travis, who knew about his parents problems and the reason for their divorce, and was cool with his father although he didn't see that much of him. Jason threw himself into making his coffee shop a success, and in turn lead a very lonely life but tried to give back a little of his good fortune with a free coffee and pastry to the many homeless veterans sleeping rough on the streets of the Big Apple. He also helped out at a homeless shelter, the Helping Hand. Jason is a good, kind and decent man, who deserves more from life than his current emotional wasteland.
One of his regular customers, David, has been tasked with making his employers look good as far as public relations is concerned, and when he suggests that all the staff helping out at the local homeless shelter would do that [and as an added bonus also bring him into frequent contact with Jason], David is very keen indeed to see the project through. I'll leave this one here.....enjoy!!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a slow grow to coming together for both men.
Jason and David meet in Jason's coffee shop and friendship grows,as does trust,as do feelings,which bloom into love. Read more
A lovely, heart-warming Christmas read. So wonderful to see Jason get his happy ending later in life.Published 4 months ago by Helen Juliet
I loved this book from beginning to end. Well written with an interesting storylinePublished 4 months ago by TracyGee
I love Holiday themed books, this one is no exception. I can understand Jason and his insecurities, his hesitance in taking the next step. David is perfect for him. Read morePublished 6 months ago by kindleaddict
This is a perfect read.....Jason was just omg dreamy.....A guy who was getting used to being gay and was very lonely...But meeting David was soon going to change that.... Read morePublished 6 months ago by sue bowdley
Sweet Christmas story. Loved both David and Jason. Liked Jason's vulnerability and David's patience. Excellent sappy Christmas read. Definitely recommended.Published 6 months ago by edga
If you enjoy short love stories then this is the book to read , the characters are simply adorable, a truly heartwarming readPublished 6 months ago by buddo