Wednesday, November 29, 2017

S.E.X. Review~ Jingle Spell by Chris Ethan

Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Length: 119 pages

Cover Design: Ethereal Ealain


It’s the most horrible time of the year.

Smooches under mistletoes and tacky reindeer decorations. 

Newly single, Davey has had enough of wasting his love and having his heart broken. Better to be single, he decides. No more dates. No more falling in love. No more dreaming of happy ever afters. 

Those are for movies.

He’s resolute.

And then Avery steps into his life, bringing care, compassion, and tenderness in his path.
Davey’s so tempted to hope again. But can an online date and a brief encounter turn into anything other than an ephemeral sexual encounter?

Is there a future for them? Will Avery stay? And most importantly, can Davey bear to offer up his heart to the season’s love—just one more time?

A sweet romance by Chris Ethan, author of The Guy With The Suitcase.

Author Bio

Chris Ethan is a book whore. He enjoys selling his feelings for money and other pleasures and is blatantly unashamed to do so for as long as he breathes. Chris Ethan is also a persona for Rhys Ethan, author of fantasy and sci-fi. He uses Chris Ethan to share stories of adult queer romance with those who need it. Before you delve into his books however, be warned. He likes putting his characters through shitstorms and hates anything conventional. But then there's that darned happy-ever-after. Also, he likes swearing. Deal with it!

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A short Christmas novella, Jingle Spell was an okay but nice read. Two very different t men looking for love found each other during what was supposed to be the merriest season of the year, but sour attitudes sullied the festivities.

Davey has sworn off men, always pushed aside and looking for love. Avery was new to town and looking for a friend. The men met, started dating and found themselves in a relationship. The angst moved through the story at an even clip, and kept pace with the length of the book.  I did though find Davey’s self-deprecating attitude a tad bit overkill with his woe is me. Avery was a nice enough young man and the author did a nice job of portraying their personalities.

Some editing errors made me reread a paragraph or two more than once and the verbiage at times appeared as if the men were British as opposed to Americans. 

A nice story
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