The Merriest of Christmases (or Happiest of Holidays) to all of you!
Here's hoping that you have endless time to read today,
delicious food in whatever quantities your heart (and stomach) desires,
and time with the people you love!
... and Happy Holidays, however and wherever in the world you are celebrating them, from TA, Sunny and Charlie.
(Sunny and Charlie say, "this is as Christmas-y as we're willing to get. If you want kittens wearing Santa bonnets, you'll have to make do with these guys again!")
Merry Christmas, Henry is a quick and quirky holiday read by Aubrey Wynne. This is a quick read, perfect for those with limited reading time. Ms. Wynne has once again penned an awesome story filled with lovable characters. Henry is a security guard by night and an artist on his off hours. No, that's not right, he's an artist with a night job as a security guard. I started this story feeling sorry for Henry, until I didn't. There are lots of feels jammed into this book. I enjoyed every page and look forward to reading more from Aubrey Wynne in the future. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
I voluntarily read a complimentary copy of this book that I received from Bookfunnel. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Dr. Kelsie Madison is overworked and under sexed. Kelsie is having naughty dreams about ER Dr. Ryder Greene and his roommate, physiotherapist Dixon Flynn. She thinks they are gay and off limits but boy does she want them. But are they?
When Kelsie sees fliers for the Santa Claus Ménage Night, she decides to go. Little does she know that Ryder and Dixon are not gay and they want her as bad as she wants them. The guys decide to take it into their own hands to get what they all want. They are the ones who placed the fliers. They have set it up with the Key Club owner to make sure they get Kelsie as a partner during the festivities.
This book is short and hot. The book ended a bit to quick for me but it was a great read.
Teri Clark Linden does a great job with the narration. She kept my attention and brought the characters to life.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.