Book Reviews

Merry Christmas? by Raven de Hart at Torquere Press

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance / Holiday
Reviewed by Lena Grey on 23-December-2012

Book Blurb

It’s Christmas Eve, and Skyy has one thing on his mind: sleep. But when he gets in the car after work, he finds a gift someone left for him. It’s just a note, but that is not by any stretch all there is. That note is just the first step in a long path to his merry Christmas.


Book Review

How far would you go to make someone you love happy? In Skyy's case, in Merry Christmas? by Raven de Hart, I feel he went above and beyond the call of duty. His lover, Jonathan, leaves a note in his car that leads him on an erotic treasure hunt, which hopefully will end in serious Christmas Delight.

Besides being fueled by the promise of an intriguing reward, it's clear that Skyy loves Jonathan very much, by the lengths he's willing to go to please him even though some of them are outside of his comfort level. Obviously Jonathan is worth the trouble and for Jonathan to go through the planning and coordination he does to plan and execute the entire adventure shows a lot of love and consideration on his part as well. The whole adventure is endearing and hilarious at times, but Skyy perseveres. His scavenger hunt culminates at Jonathan's house where an even hotter excursion into sexual decadence begins, ending with both Jonathan and Skyy having a very sensual merry Christmas Eve and an even merrier Christmas Day.

This is a very endearing, sensual Christmas story. I enjoyed reading it very much and I'd recommend it to anyone who would enjoy two men very much in love, expressing their feelings in a sizzling, hot sexual liaison with a little kink on the side. Thanks, Raven. It was a funny, sweet, sexy story which I enjoyed very much.




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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 19 pages/5200 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 12-December-2012
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