Author: S.J.D. Peterson
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Paul Richmond
Rating: 4.00 of 5 Stars
After a one night whirlwind romance, Braylon returns to Toronto on the first of December every year in the hopes of seeing the man of his dreams again. Instead Braylon meets a strange man who tells him Christmas is a magical time, and one never knows what unexpected gifts he’ll receive. Braylon takes a chance and makes a Christmas wish, but instead of getting what he wants, he contracts an infection leaving him dependent on dialysis and unable to make the journey the following year. But the stranger just might be right; an unexpected gift may be the miracle Braylon needs most of all.
A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2014 Advent Calendar package “Celebrate!”.
Holy Moly Sugar Overload! This is a fairy tale, one that tells about a Christmas miracle so miraculous it requires Christmas to become palatable. It’s only around Christmastime I can bear that kind of far-fetched, ever-so-serendipitous sweetness. But at a time where I sigh happily at “Three Wishes for Cinderella”, cry ugly at “The Last Unicorn” or sing along with “Driving Home For Christmas” while baking Christmas cookies even though it’s more like spring weather outside, I can very well admit to shedding a tiny tear or two at this little story. Incredulous? Unrealistic? Who the Oh Tannenbaum cares? It’s Christmas, after all.
In case I didn’t make myself clear enough: If you’re not above suspending a lot of disbelief on behalf of the Holiday spirit, pick up this story, it’s a sweet little treat.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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