Other than working the front desk of a gay bathhouse in Denver, Brian McKay is a bit of a recluse. At the best of times, his social life consists of work, role-playing games at a local toyshop, and making YouTube videos with his Teddy Bear hamsters. The arrival of the holidays—with the annoying music, Christmas shopping, and all the reminders of how he disappointed his father—just reinforces his reclusive nature.
When James Olsen, a gorgeous daddy bear who frequents the bathhouse, notices him, Brian is at a loss. He’s not proud of his own bear status or his struggle with weight. The idea that James has interest in him beyond an easy hookup is more than Brian can fathom. But with a little bit of holiday magic, James might help Brian learn to accept Christmas again—and himself.
Teddy Bears by Brandon Witt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This was so un-BEAR-ably cute Christmas story!
Brian is having an issue with his appearance, you know, big (not a muscle kinda big) and hairy. A daddy bear!
And he doesn't like twink of chubby chaser. The came that big daddy bear, James, who.. apparently so hot (in Brian's eyes)), and the feeling's mutual! YAY!And James, were really working on it, to make Brian feels special. And he made it!
Loved this one!
* I was given the ARC by a publisher for an honest and unbiased review.*
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