Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Mr. Mistletoe by Cassandre Dayne

Brendon Cannon was ready to make a New Year’s Resolution early and it included seducing one hot chocolate bartender under the mistletoe. Making a proclamation in the middle of a bar to his best friend, too bad Brendon didn’t have to guts to follow through.

Recently divorced and hiding behind a mask, he was unable to admit to himself he was gay – let alone to his family – and the big Christmas event was just days away.

But after a flirtatious night Brendon found himself embroiled in a moment of heated passion that set him on fire. Terrified of his reckless behavior he pushed away from Kris completely.

More than intrigued by the man, Kris had no idea what to do until a little elf decided to intervene. A plan formulated but it was going to take more than a bit of Christmas Magic to give Brendon the courage he needed to be himself.

As luck and bit of holiday spirit wraps around Brendon reminding him of what he desires the most, he’s given a special gift and one he will never forget.

Reviewer: Fashionta
I hadn't read any of Cassandre Dayne works before, so I had no clue what I was getting into. It sounded like it could be a fun, sexy short story to enjoy.

Brendon makes the decision that for his New Year’s Resolution, he is going to once and for all have Kris the hot sexy bartender. Even as his friend encourages him to go for it, he falters. The problem… Brendon is unsure how his family will react to him being in a relationship with another man. So all that is needed now is a little bit of Christmas magic from a sneaky friend, a sprig of mistletoe, and a white Christmas wouldn’t hurt.

I had a hard time with this book. It felt mostly rushed and thrown together. The chemistry with Brendon and Kris just didn’t work for me. There were moments that were ok, but for the most part it fell flat.

I’d give this 3 stars, more detail and story buildup would have been welcome and nice.

Publisher: Naughty Nights Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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