It's been far too long since Christian Matthews has seen Daniel Bailey. In fact, the last time they met, Chris was a senior in college and he was the TA tasked with helping Daniel who was a way too confident freshman.
Seven years down the road, Chris is licking his wounds after being asked to leave the private school where he was teaching. He has no job, no money, and has to rely on his friend, Amelia, for the job and a room to live in. He needs a freaking Christmas miracle to make this season anything other than a total loss.
Then Daniel comes back into his life, and suddenly everything seems possible. Not only is Daniel still the man Christian wants more than anything, but this time Chris may well actually tell Daniel how he feels.
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By Amazon Customer on 17-12-15
Sweet rediscovery of the one that got away.
If you could sum up New York Christmas in three words, what would they be?
Sweet, hopeful, festive.
What did you like best about this story?
That the two men wanted each other, but didn't know how the other felt. It took Daniel ten years to be ready to track down Chris, but it was so worth it!
What does Sean Crisden bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Sean's voices are amazing, he brings a real genuineness to the performance that is so enjoyable.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Daniel woke from the medically induced coma asking for Chris. Beautiful.
Any additional comments?
Such a great book, and so perfect for this time of year!
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By Serene Night on 20-03-17
Good narration, wasn't feeling the romance
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
It was pretty light. If you want a light story about a man in need of being rescued, this might work for you
What could RJ Scott have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
I thought the protagonist was a bit too easily defeated and passive. I wasn't into the tongue-tied gibbering schoolkid crush he had on the other character
What didn’t you like about Sean Crisden’s performance?
I thought his performance was one of the few things I liked about this story. However the voice he used for the main character was the same voice he used for another story I listened too where the character was a minor. So it threw me off as the voice of an adult man.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
I thought the author captured some of the joy and fun of the holidays.
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By Foxfur on 25-01-18
Short and Sweet
Short and sweet. Holiday romance some. Set up as days before Christmas.
Good cover. Great narrator. Sean Crisden did a good job.
A good story. Some romance and some mild drama.
Lots of different types of muffins.
Nothing fabulous and nothing bad..😒
If you like short sweet romances told with good voice,
this is a good choice.