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Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Home for the Holidays Details, 1. This review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews. This is a super-short follow-up to the Details of the Hunt novel, which I adored. As a bit of a This review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews.
Lets just say Talos has a few adaptations when it comes to sex which are very clearly explained in this particular story. Aiden then enlightens him to what a real Caribbean Christmas is all about, including a sensual native dance. The main thrust of the story is the sex scene between the two men, including the extras I mentioned above. For those who have not read the first story, I highly recommend it.co.organiccrap.com/map88.php
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I know the author is working on a full sequel, and this whets fans appetite for that, and perhaps it will inspire a few people to pick up that first novel, and get to know the two men properly. Read the first book a while ago. This shows Hunter's soft side with Aidan.
Hunter wants to give Aidan a little of his "home" to him for the holidays. Hunter didn't do his research; Aidan seduces Hunter with a dance reminiscent of his old home.
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Cute short read that was basically a longer sex scene. Dec 22, Susan65 rated it really liked it. That was a hot little story View 1 comment. Just a short scene with Talos and Aiden. A Christmas scene. Fun sex. Nice to see the guys again. Way too short. Mostly a tease. But fun for what it is.. Feb 21, Kendra T rated it it was ok Shelves: short-story , mm , sci-fi. I hate to say this but I really could not get into this story at all and if it weren't a short story, I probably wouldn't have finished it. I'm sure part of the problem could be that I didn't read Book 1 I didn't realize there was one but the science fiction aspect of it just didn't resonate with me.
Most likely just personal taste rather than the book itself. It was sweet, however, that Hunter thought that Aidan would want a Christmas, even if it was an American Christmas rather than the I hate to say this but I really could not get into this story at all and if it weren't a short story, I probably wouldn't have finished it. It was sweet, however, that Hunter thought that Aidan would want a Christmas, even if it was an American Christmas rather than the Caribbean Christmas that would have been more Aidan's style. All it would take is just one careless flip Please check the warnings at the top of the chapter.
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