When Greyson Hayes envisions the perfect first Christmas with Mica Cruz he sees twisted sheets, a bottle of wine and a roaring fire. What he doesn’t see is a holiday spent with the uproarious Cruz family. Grey hasn’t taken part in a family Christmas since the death of his parents. Despite his misgivings, he can’t seem to form the word no when it comes to Mica.Mica knows that Grey’s not a grinch. Hell, the man shares so much Christmas cheer during the holidays that he leaves no time to experience any for himself. Not this year. Mica plans to make a few changes, starting with a few wicked and whimsical gifts. He enlists the help of his co-workers at Firehouse Six. They band together and strive to provide Grey with the same joy he gives to everyone else–with five a.m. tree hunts, strategically placed mistletoe and Mica playing Santa’s not-so-little helper.
But while Mica is busy being nice, Grey has plenty of time to be naughty…
This is the second book where we get to follow Mica and Grey’s relationship. And in this part, we get to read as they go through one of the most stressful times for a person. The holidays.
Now, the first book we did find out a little bit about Grey and his past when it came to his family. So I was really excited when we were able to find out more of what had happened. And see what he had gone through in his past.
I did enjoy Mica’s family. I thought they were just amazing, their support of Grey was just great, they didn’t force him but they were there for him. I think he author did a really good job adding that into the storyline that Mica had a great support system.
There were hints of something taking place between another couple in the story and I’m really hoping that the author is going to write a book for them. I don’t want to give too much away because it’s really interesting and it was really fun and sweet to read about what was happening.
The sex in this book was just as hot, if not hotter than the previous book. Overall this was a really sweet book and it was great to see Grey come into his own on a quite a few levels and not feel pressured in learning how to accept that someone will be there for him.
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