Piecing Together His Life by Jon Keys

Piecing Together His Life by Jon Keys
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: short story (46 pages)
Other: M/M
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

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Colin wants some solitude to try and find some peace and get himself sorted out, but a sudden snowstorm has his plans – and life – altering its steady course. Can Colin and Mason each find what they need together?

I really enjoyed the slightly slower pace to this story. Rather than jumping into bed with each other during the snowstorm I loved how Colin and Mason simply set the foundation for what would become a friendship, business partnership and eventually so much more. I really enjoyed how the author and characters here surprised me. Instead of taking the well-worn paths that I’ve read (and enjoyed!) numerous times both Colin and Mason took different twists and turns and this kept the story feeling both fresh and exciting to me.

There is some tension in the plot surrounding Mason’s reluctance to show off his quilting and Colin’s eagerness and excitement over Mason’s talents. Once again I was pleasantly surprised that instead of this tension escalating into an argument or worse – distance and draw-back – between the two men they managed to trust each other and work through the problem without any real drama. This made me enjoy the story even more and I was really pleased with the way the author handled this.

Surprising and really refreshingly written I enjoyed this short story. While not exactly Christmassy this is a lovely story about two men finding each other and learning to trust together. A really enjoyable read.

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