A Wealth of Unsaid Words
Alex has always known his bipolar disorder made him too flawed for his boyhood hero, Everett. So when his feelings for Everett became overwhelming, he forced a separation that saddened them both but gave Alex the clarity he needed. Now a year has passed, and he and Everett are together again when... show more
Alex has always known his bipolar disorder made him too flawed for his boyhood hero, Everett. So when his feelings for Everett became overwhelming, he forced a separation that saddened them both but gave Alex the clarity he needed. Now a year has passed, and he and Everett are together again when Everett’s noisy, imperfect family reunites for Christmas, pulling Alex into their chaotic warmth the way they always have. Can Everett convince Alex that, in spite of his fears, starting a relationship would make for the perfect holiday?A novella from the Dreamspinner Press 2011 Advent Calendar package "I'll Be Home for Christmas"
Publish date: December 1st 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 112
Edition language: English
Series: I'll Be Home for Christmas
Do you like holiday themed stories? Usually we see this in an anthology as a short story or novella and the environment of family, love and redemption, and new beginnings are common.This week I was in the mood for something a little more complex than just a basic “feel good” romance story. In A W...
This story was uniquely written and has great impact to it. I don't know if it was intentional or if it's just my way of interpreting it but Alex's randomness between the dialogues helped me to understand a little bit better how hard his life had been before he got the help he needed. It made the be...
Beautifully written book. Wish it had about 15 more pages so we could have gotten some sexin'.
It's always tricky for me when an author writes about an individual with a manic-depressive personality. I feel this way because a lot of my life is surrounded by people like that so when it comes to reading about them I nitpick the book and can't help but think it's nothing like that at all. This s...
3.5 starsI have a problem rating this book. There are some poetic words, some heart-felt moments, and most definitely some moments that just make my eyes go all watery. Especially if I imagine the struggle that Alex must experience, suffering from bipolar disorder (he prefers the term manic-depressi...