I’m not saying Henry jinxed us when he chose to send out two hundred holiday cards stating we were going to have a blissful Christmas at home…
Before we knew it, our peace and quiet went out the window, and we were headed to Mexico for a photo shoot my agent had neglected to tell me about. Of course, we had to deal with the man who didn’t want us to be together, and then we ended up back in LA, and we had to figure out what was going on with my brother, and, and… Okay, deep breaths. FYI, Philadelphia is nowhere near our home in northern Washington. Additionally, I wonder how Viagra really works, and what’s it gonna take to get a proposal around here?
Honestly. I’m not saying Henry jinxed us, but I’m writing the damn card next year.
Warning: This story contains more sugar than the cookies you leave for Santa, and it's chock-full of greetings and updates from other characters written by Cara, titles including Noah, Home, Path of Destruction, Uncomplicated Choices, and more.
(A 40k words long Christmas-themed sequel to Out. Not a standalone.) Out For the Holidays: An Out Novella by Cara Dee
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This is a very busy holiday season for Zach and Henry, Zach in particular.
After eighteen months having a relationship with Henry, he's ready for family, but his new job as spoke person and model is slowly killing him. He needs more time with Henry and his family.
Henry and Zach never thought that something would happened until Joseph came into the picture and there's some 'adventure' with Zach little brother, Mattie.
Good thing is, they resolved the problems the mature way Mattie is a lucky boy having Zach and Henry on his side.
I usually hates any conflict with third person and jealousy, but I think Zach and Henry handled it the right way, because they're strong together.
For a short story, I don't know, I felt a little hectic. The sexy times between Henry and Zach a little too much for my liking. Guess, I'm not a party kind of person myself.
So if you like sexy time in the party, drunk sex, with booze and all, you'll probably like it.
But this is a fun read though, I enjoyed how much Zach and Henry longed for a real family of their own.
The epilogue is kinda sealed it, their family is going to have more member.
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