Pick Me Up by Megan Slayer

Pick Me Up by Megan Slayer
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday (Christmas), Paranormal
Length: Short story (54 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

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Jon Ruhle thought he’d given up on romance, but along came Nic. He’s drawn to the mysterious man and would love to spend the holidays together. There’s just one problem — Nic’s a spirit. Will he and Nic find their forever together or apart?

Jon could see and speak to spirits, and while his ex-boyfriend though he was nuts, Jon knew better. Finally screwing up his courage – and upset to be alone over the Christmas holidays – Jon decides to ask Nic out. Only Nic isn’t what he appears to be. Can Jon and Nic work out a Christmas miracle between them?

I enjoyed this quick short story. While a lot of the plot fell into pattern I recognized easily, I was thrilled that there were still a few twists that I thoroughly enjoyed watching play out. I feel readers will need to suspend their disbelief quite a bit, but the happiness of the story and the warm-fuzzies that I got from Jon and Nic making new traditions and coming together for Christmas was well worth it to my mind. I thought the conflict between Nic and Jon was very understandable, but I was still a little disappointed that it felt a bit clichéd to me. While it certainly added to the drama and tension of the story I have to admit I was enjoying the happy, Christmassy and wishful feeling the short story had encompassed up to that point.

With plenty of magic, Christmas wishes and festive warmth, I found this to be a lovely short story and a good read. I was very pleased with the happy ending and found the chemistry and attraction between Jon and Nic to be intense and lovely. A good, Christmassy read.

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