December Holiday Reviews 2012 – One A Day – #28

To get everyone into the mood for celebrating winter, the final month of the year, or any of the many religious and non-religious festivals that will occur this month, we’re showcasing reviews for a range of holiday-themed books here. One a day, and since the books on the web site are all from this year, we’re giving books from previous years some extra attention here on the blog. I hope you’ll join us in having a look at the “Golden Oldies”!

This “is a Christmas story with sizzling hot boys”, reviewed by Nerine. You can also find the full review on the Rainbow Book Reviews site by clicking here.

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Book Blurb

Kasey, Gram, Garrett and CJ celebrate Christmas.

Book Review

Four Gold Rings is set between books two and three of the Love of Sports series. This short story takes place, of all places, at Garrett and Kasey’s parents’ house over the respective couples’ first Christmas together. A sweet, enchanting free read, written in a contemporary style, T.A. finishes off loose threads from books one and two in this same series.

Without giving too much away, Gram and Garrett each have a special question to ask the significant other, Kasey and CJ respectively, in their lives.

I found it endearing through both couples’ intimate moments, that each came to the same conclusion at around the same time; Garrett and Kasey’s mum was going to have a field day with this. Funnily enough, none of the four was stupid enough to do anything but agree that the floor was hers to make this into whatever celebration she desired. Got to love mothers of boys!

Although short, T.A. still manages to find the heat and these boys sizzle just as much as in each of their own stories. You could read this one on its own, but honestly, there are a few things that won’t make total sense. Plus, it’ll just make you want to read the other books anyway!

DISCLAIMER: Books reviewed on this site were usually provided at no cost by the publisher or author. This book is a free read.

Download the book here (FREE read by the author).

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