Sweet Anticipation by Andrew Grey

Sweet Anticipation by Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Short story (46 pages)
Other: M/M
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Greg Hansen’s pregnant sister is on bed rest, so it falls to Greg to finalize the arrangements for her best friend’s bachelorette party. Little does he know he’s in for a sweet surprise. When he arrives at the bakery recommended to him, he comes face to face with the man he never should’ve let get away—Rhys Denning.
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Rhys’s business is booming with the holidays approaching, so he can’t agree to cater the party without help—and that means Greg getting his hands dirty in the kitchen, where the two reconnect over sugar, spice, holiday goodies of all kinds, and even some penis-shaped baguettes! But the most satisfying treat might be the second chance they never thought they’d get.

Greg and Rhys both feel they’d let the other slip away – so when a second chance comes their way neither is willing to let this opportunity pass them by.

I found this to be a funny and rather tongue-in-cheek sort of Christmassy story. I’d never even dreamed of Santa-penis-shaped baguettes, but that was most certainly an image that stayed with me – and likely will continue to do so for quite some time!

While I found Rhys’ explanation as to his and Greg’s break up a little pat – and it felt a little strange how simply and quickly it was discussed then put away virtually the moment the two men reunited – I have to admit I found it a good thing that they could begin so quickly to rebuild their relationship. I wasn’t totally sold initially on their chemistry, but they certainly worked well together and I absolutely thought their personalities were compatible and meshed very well together. I loved how the author showed this really clearly through how well they worked together in Rhys’ kitchen, even though Greg had practically no skills in that area.

With a fair bit of steam between the two men in the kitchen and a whole lot of sassy fun this story really ticked a number of boxes that I feel many readers will enjoy. Short and sumptuous, this is a great author and one I’m starting to keep an eye out for.

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