The Christmas Mix-up

N. Phillips
The Christmas Mix-up
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Silver Publishing
Release Date
December 2012
Book 2 of The Emo and the Jock
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ

Everyone loves opening presents at Christmas. Especially when they know they're getting what they want. But what do you do when you open a present and find that it could change your life for better or worse?

Evan and Cole have been together and helplessly in love for three years and have spent the last couple Christmases in blissful joy. But when Evan finds a Christmas present in the closet and decides to open it unbeknownst to Cole, things start to get really confusing. Evan thinks what's in the box is just a funny prank but Cole seems to think it's much more. Cole suddenly rushes out of the house, leaving Evan scratching his head. Will this turn out to be the best Christmas of their lives? Or will it be one of the worst?

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Dec 31, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
124 people found the following review helpful
When the love of your life rejects your declaration of love, does the world end?

Evan and Cole have been together for three years. This Christmas is going to be special. Evan is going to make sure none of Cole's presents will be found ahead of time and opened. When Evan finds his hidden present from Cole, he decides to turn the tables on Cole and rip into it. Amused yet slightly horrified by the slutty outfit, Evan tells Cole straight up he won't wear the present he found.

Cole is horrified by Evan's refusal to wear his gift. This mix up was funny in retrospect but heartbreaking while it happened. This was a cute light read. Evan and Cole definitely have a memorable Christmas this year. And maybe, they will learn not to open presents before they are supposed to be opened. This funny m/m story is recommended for readers who enjoy miscommunications.
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