I really enjoyed this holiday romance, where bookish Callie is visiting home for the first time in 6 years to find her teenage crush Adam there as well.
Adam is her brother’s best friend, but it is clear he was always a friend to Callie too. He knows her and her quaint habits and accepts her for who she is. I was a bit taken aback by the sudden dirty talk (came out of nowhere for me) but loved the rest of the story. It had a cozy family feeling to it and there were some hot scenes between Adam/Callie. Very nice epilogue.
Great Thanksgiving read!
I haven’t been home for Thanksgiving in six years. A couple days before I leave to head home, I am informed that my brother’s best friend, and also my huge, obnoxious adolescent crush, will be there as well.
So among a shaky work situation, a newfound potato chip addiction, and the usual stress of heading home for the holidays, I have a sudden urge to prove that I was no longer the mumbling, bumbling girl in Hogwarts robes and her nose in a book.
Not that anything was going to happen between us. Those hopes had died around the time I headed off to college.
** This is a quick romance full of sweet moments and enough steam to keep you turning the pages. Explicit content.
Jessica Gadziala is a full-time writer, parrot enthusiast, and coffee drinker from New Jersey. She enjoys short rides to the bookstore, sad songs, and cold weather.
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