Jay Northcote delivers a sweet and super realistic Christmas story. Two guys wanting to be together in Christmas and in life.

Secret SantaSecret Santa by Jay Northcote
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 stars, rounding up to 4.

A very nice read. Very realistic and sweet.

Theo and Luke, two characters with secrets, looking for that special person meant to be the one. That's what we have here, a drama free Christmas tale of two guys falling in love and trying to fit in each other's life.

Jay Northcote delivers a story that felt very real, they felt very real. Ordinary guys, with normal lives and everyday problems. Two sweet men with average jobs, troubles in the dating game and some secrets.
Don't you worry because those secrets, the misunderstandings between them, are not heavy stuff difficult to solve that requires tears from the reader. No. We're talking about little lies (or not that little but understandable in the beginning of a relationship). This is done to make you feel good, to make you smile and to make you wish the best for the couple. Two lonely guys, one Christmas Eve, the weeks previous to that and the forever expected to be. Sounds good, right?

This book is out tomorrow and you should give it a go if you're in the mood of a Christmas story, because is cute, well written, light and a really quick read full of smiles, texting and some good sexy moments.

******An advanced reading copy of this book was generously provided to me in exchange for an honest review******


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