Sunday, December 30, 2018

DSP Advent Calendar Review: Miracle on Three Kings' Day by Beth Laycock

Title: Miracle on Three Kings' Day
Author: Beth Laycock
Category: Holiday, Advent
Pages: 44

Dreamspinner Press

Levi’s family knows he needs to find a way out of his funk and be a part of the world again. His brother, Jesse, invites Levi to join him in sunny Spain for the holidays, but a delay at the airport finds Levi at Jesse’s home while his brother is stranded in Scotland. Luckily Alejandro—Alex—is on hand with a key, a friendly smile, and a willingness to keep Levi company. He might even manage to draw Levi out of his shell for some mutual flirting.

Levi surprises himself when he accepts an invitation to spend New Year’s Eve with Alex at Alex’s café, but is he ready for more when it means jumping back into life feetfirst? Besides, with an ocean between them and Alex hiding a part of his life that Levi isn’t sure he can handle, they’ll need their own Three Kings’ Day miracle to stay together.

4.5 stars

I really enjoyed this short! I immediately liked Levi and wanted to know his story. Alex was charming and sweet and I really just want more from these guys! This story was a sort of low-key romance but Alex and Levi were both two characters that I really wanted to get to know better. The writing was fluid and paced really well. The story seemed very authentic to the characters and them getting to know one another. When it ended, I was actually a little sad because I wanted more.

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

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