A Summit City Christmas by Ethan Day


Title: A Summit City Christmas
Author: Ethan Day
Publisher: MLR Press
Pages: 54
Characters: Boone Daniels, Wade Walker
POV: 1st Person
Sub-Genre: Holiday Romance/Contemporary
Kisses: 5






Blurb:

Holiday’s with friends and family are never dull and Boone’s first Christmas in Summit City is no exception to that Yuletide rule. You are cordially invited to join Boone and Wade for a Christmas Eve extravaganza, including many of your other favorites from the Summit City.

Review:

Go ahead and say it with me: Awwww. Seriously, that’s exactly what you’ll want to say when you finish reading A Summit City Christmas, as this is Wade Walker and Boone Daniels at their finest. With their eclectic group of friends and family along for the ride, the guys are all set to deck those halls and celebrate their first Christmas together in Colorado, complete with cookies, wisecracks, and plenty of romance and shmexy bits to go around.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; it takes a village to tell an Ethan Day story, and I’m not sure there’s anyone out there who can populate a book the way he does, with characters who, regardless of how small a role they play in the narrative, still manage to come across as people you’ve known for ages. They are like neighbors, friends, and family themselves, and sure, they may be a little whacky, but they’re familiar in a way that you can’t help but to love them. After all, what’s not to adore about a group of people who laugh and love and mock and snark at one another in equal measure?

This tasty little tidbit is the perfect addition to the Sno Ho series, like unwrapping a gift you didn’t even know you wanted until you realized how much fun you could have playing with it. And it comes fully assembled, no batteries required. All you need to supply is your sense of humor.

Reviewed By: Lisa

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