The Family We're Born With (Finding Family)
Jesse Calhoun met Devin Palmer five years ago, in front of a Christmas tree at a friend's party. It was Jesse's first holiday alone, away from home. Devin didn't have much of a home to go back to. They found a way to make the season brighter, together. Four years ago, Jesse brought Devin to his... show more
Jesse Calhoun met Devin Palmer five years ago, in front of a Christmas tree at a friend's party. It was Jesse's first holiday alone, away from home. Devin didn't have much of a home to go back to. They found a way to make the season brighter, together.
Four years ago, Jesse brought Devin to his parents' house and came out to them. It wasn't all roses, but his family came around, and Devin has spent each holiday with the Calhouns since then. Jesse really loves sharing Christmas with family, and sharing his family with Devin.
So he isn't prepared to hear his mom say, “I don't want Devin to come to the house for Christmas Eve this year.” Suddenly it's not smooth sailing, keeping peace with the family he was born with.
Any Royalties from this book will be donated to The Trevor Project, which provides vital services to LGBT youth.
Pages no: 69
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Finding Family (#1)
A simple story about family dynamics. Some of the subjects felt a little intense to be in something so short. I don't know if this is a series, but it feels like it should be the short in between other longer books. ...and 2 mins laterwhy, yes, it IS a series. Interestingly, it's the first book. It ...
Cute little novella on famz.
Sweet short read but I hate how Ms Harper makes me sob every single damned time.
Sweet holiday romance, with an established couple, dealing with family issues. It was painful to watch them interact with Jesse’s family, but it was also very realistic. In addition to getting their POV, we get Sam’s and Rick’s. Sam is the half-brother given up for adoption, and Rick is Sam’s brothe...
I believe this is a start to a new series. It was a great introduction to the characters and although it was only a novella (some 70 pages) it had a good plot and solid characters. I especially liked how the relationship between mother and son was explored. As I am a sucker for blondes I have to...