The Carpenter’s Prince by Jayce Ellis

The Carpenter’s Prince by Jayce Ellis
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday (Advent)
Length: Short story (43 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Sean Edwards would do anything for his nephew, including designing the props for a children’s version of the Nutcracker. He’s ready for the long nights and weekends in the workshop—they’re part of the job, especially given the short notice. The insanely sexy head ballerino is completely unexpected, however.

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Sean and Keni are drawn to each other, but not everyone is a fan of their relationship. When Keni’s position is threatened, they have to decide whether to walk away for good, or if what they’ve found is worth fighting for.

Sean adores his nearly-teenaged nephew and when there’s a desperate need for the scenery for their ballet performance of the Nutcracker is needed Sean agrees to help out. Keni is the lead dancer and completely bowled over when he meets Sean. The chemistry between the two men is off the charts – can they find something special together this Christmas-time?

I enjoyed this Christmassy short story. I found it really refreshing for there to be a stack of strong male characters unapologetic about their love for dance and doing what they really enjoyed. While I felt the conflict between them was a little over-dramatic it added a good contrast to all the chemistry brewing between Keni and Sean and the happiness of the pre-Christmas cheer. I was also pleased that the short length of the story meant the tension and mis-understanding between Keni and Sean couldn’t last too long.

I was surprised how intense the single sex scene between the two men was toward the end of the story. There is tons of chemistry between Keni and Sean so watching them come together and consummate their relationship is lovely.

Readers looking for a Christmassy and sexy quick read should find this very satisfying. I enjoyed this story and think it’s a good story to add to the to-read pile for the holiday season.

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