’Tis the season of goodwill to all men…even the one who dumped you. Riley MacDermott’s ambitions are simple. Managing the annual Bath Christmas Market—which involves long hours in the cold and a whole lot of hassle—will secure the promotion he needs to afford to move out of his noisy, top-floor... show more
’Tis the season of goodwill to all men…even the one who dumped you. Riley MacDermott’s ambitions are simple. Managing the annual Bath Christmas Market—which involves long hours in the cold and a whole lot of hassle—will secure the promotion he needs to afford to move out of his noisy, top-floor flat. Where not even his balcony is safe from an aggressive herring gull. The last stallholder he expects to see is his ex. Riley never recovered from their break up, and five years on the old chemistry still sparkles. So does their habitual head butting. Stan never wanted to leave the love of his life, but the pull of the woods was too strong—and Riley was firmly planted in the city. Reconnecting is painful, but Stan still jumps at the chance to stay with his old flame during the Market. And damn the consequences. As the weeks pass, the two grow closer than ever. But despite scorching sex and cozy intimacy, they both know they face a cold and lonely future. Unless one of them can compromise. Warning: Contains sex in a shed, a seagull with a grudge, glamping, awful Secret Santa underwear, misuse of an Abba song, and as many wood-related puns as the author thought she could get away with.
Publish date: November 12th 2013
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 189
Edition language: English
Merry Gentlemen took a little while for me to get into it but once I did I was hooked. I connected to more to Riley than his love interest Stan. I loved the strong sense if place but then Josephine Myles is excellent at that. I found this relationship depended almost completely on one character grow...
Best Gay Romantic Comedy 2014
Stubborn, stubborn men with a nice HEA.
Totally absofreakinlutely adorable!!!! I loved Riley, I adored Stan. I love and adored Riley & Stan together, even if they did make me cry. This was a light fun holiday story about two men who wanted different things from life and decided they would never be happy together so they went their separat...