Santa’s Little Library by Jana Denardo

Santa’s Little Library by Jana Denardo
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Short story (26 pages)
Other: M/M
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

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Despite their different cultural backgrounds—Caleb’s Norwegian and Quinn’s Native American—a common love of books, travel, and long walks in the snowy Wisconsin woods brought them together. And though Quinn has Caleb’s gift sorted, Caleb, with his busy schedule at the hospital, might need some help… from Mother Nature.

Quinn and Caleb are celebrating their first Christmas together as a married couple and while Quinn has been ready and organized for a while now, Caleb is struggling. They both adore each other and are very happy, can their first celebration together be as magical as they both hope?

This is a super short but really sweet and loving Christmassy story. I enjoyed how natural and realistic both Quinn and Caleb are and how well suited they are together. I also liked how Christmas-centric this story was. I feel the author did an excellent job explaining the various tidbits of more traditional celebrations both Quinn and Caleb were used to but also how much they’d embraced their joint lives together.

With only a few chaste kisses this story hasn’t got a searing heat level but for a quick, happy Christmas read this really hits the right spot for me. Short and sentimental this is a lovely read I feel plenty of people will enjoy.

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