Author: Jackie Nacht
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Daegal and Oren will have one day to make holiday memories before they are sent out on a dangerous mission.
Daegal and Oren find out that they are about to embark on a dangerous rescue mission the day after the holiday.
Daegal expects to spend the time training and preparing, but his mate has other ideas. The holiday they are about to experience will be a foreign one for Daegal as he learns what love, celebrating and fun is all about when you spend the day with your family and friends.
A quick glimpse into Moon Compound on Christmas day that centres on Oren and Daegal and what they get up to the day before they head out on their latest mission.
This is short and sweet and is Oren’s way of providing his mate with the perfect day to build good memories to look back on when their next mission gets tough. Daegal is a hellhound and he shares a soul with Oren, although he is getting used to life at the compound most of his memories stem from being constantly abused in hell.
What better way to celebrate than to cut down a Christmas tree and invite your friends in to help decorate it. That is how the day starts but it is followed by good food, time spent with good friends and snowball fights. The simple things are always the most fun and for Daegal it is a day of firsts.
When Oren’s parents visit Daegal is terrified but the fact that he is their sons mate bears more importance than the fact that he is a hellhound, he is left overjoyed at being accepted. Each success makes the next hurdle a little easier.
This was a great way for the group to de-stress before heading out on their next dangerous mission and a bit of Christmas fun.
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