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Feels Like Home by Rowan McAllister

Feels Like Home

by Rowan McAllister

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2011 (2) contemporary fiction (1) DONE (1) ebook (1) gay (2) holidays (2) m-m (1) owned (1) romance (1) short (1) under-100pgs (1)



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This is a nice, quiet and very romantic story. Feeling like home is what both the guys experience as they get to know each other after a totally accidental encounter. They both have a burden to carry, but once they get together, the other’s presence helps each lighten the load. What little tension there is comes from each of them men’s emotions as they struggle with admitting how attracted they are to each other despite the short time they’ve known each other.

Jeremy thinks he is a nerd, but this is more due to what his idiotic ex-boyfriend has told him than because it is true. He’s also still suffering from losing his mother to whom he’d been very close. He is so lonely it hurt just reading about it. Meeting Paul is definitely the best thing that has happened to him in a long time, and he cannot believe his luck at first.

Paul is a great guy, goal oriented, a workaholic and he’s been told he is incapable of having a normal relationship (by is stupid ex-wife). To his surprise, he hits it off really well with Jeremy, and it takes him a while to convince himself he’s not dreaming.

If you like peaceful stories that focus on the emotional side of a relationship, want to lean back and enjoy how two men meet and hit it off (almost as if caused by a Christmas miracle), and appreciate two guys exploring each other’s personalities and finding out what the other likes, this story might be for you.

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It's only three days 'til Christmas. Jeremy Porter is still grieving over his mother's death, and Paul McClellan is a lonely divorcee just trying to make it home even though the only one waiting for him is his cat. It may seem like a miserable combination, but when Jeremy saves Paul from being hit by a car during a nasty snowstorm, their connection and chemistry are undeniable. It's easy to cuddle up with a stranger when you're snowed in but can a holiday affair turn into more if being together feels like home?… (more)

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