A Graphically Designed Holiday by Ren Holly

A Graphically Designed Holiday by Ren Holly
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Short story (48 pages)
Other: M/M
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Graphic designer Eli has harbored a secret crush on nerdy math teacher Lincoln since they were at school together, and he’s perfectly content with his unrequited feelings—until Lincoln requests a special handmade holiday gift: a dating profile with all the bells and whistles Eli can include, one that will be sure to find Lincoln a boyfriend for Christmas.

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Having known each other since school, Eli and Lincoln have been friends a long time. When Lincoln asks Eli for help making his dating profile can the two men find something special together?

I enjoyed this fun frolic of a short story. Eli and Lincoln have been friends forever and their chemistry and attraction was lovely to witness. The story is told only from Eli’s perspective so there were a few brief moments – particularly in the beginning – where I wasn’t completely certain that Lincoln felt the same level of attachment and commitment that Eli did, but that was fairly quickly put to rest when the men finally kissed.

Steamy and sensual I found this to be a really enjoyable friends-to-lovers story, even if Eli was a little dense in picking up Lincoln’s clues and hints. There’s tons of fun and chemistry and I thought the author added just the right amount of humour into it all as well to keep the tone and pace light (the scene where Eli has a conversation while drunk with his dad – and the results from that conversation – made me laugh aloud for ages).

With a wonderful happy ending and a fair bit of chemistry exploding between the two men I feel most readers should enjoy this short and fun story.

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