#Throwback: Home for the Holidays 1


 
 

Jason Stockton and Blaze Shinozuka are looking forward to escaping their hectic rock and roll lifestyle for a relaxing holiday. Their plan seems promising, and the passion between them burns hotter than ever as they keep each other  warm despite the icy temperatures.

When a surprise Stockton family get-together threatens to reveal what Jason would rather keep hidden, their budding relationship is put to the test and an impromptu trip to Hawaii makes the differences between them more obvious than ever.

Thanks to two chaotic family holidays and a lot of painful secrets, Christmas could end up being more than their new found love can endure.

And *NEW* The Journey Onward…

Getting back from paradise and being alone is exactly what Jason and Blaze need to build their relationship and break down the barriers between them but nothing is ever that simple. Being in LA means back to work for Jason and Blaze gets a sample of what life will be like as Jason’s partner.

Can loving each other be enough to keep them together? Blaze is finding out how much work goes into keeping a  relationship alive and in their darkest hour, they will have to stand united as partners to weather a storm that could devastate their future.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18393831-home-for-the-holidays?ac=1
 
This is the sequel to The Replacement Guitarist.  And yes you should read the first one first. This one is still about Blaze and Jason.
This starts at the end of the American leg of the tour, and Blaze and Jason have a few weeks off before Blaze heads to Europe. They have decided to spend the winter holiday in L.A. now that Blaze is going to move in with Jason. Once there, Jason’s family surprises him by showing up and spending Christmas at his house. Since Jason and his brother do not get along this frustrates Jason and he alienates Blaze. Blaze can’t go home to Hawaii because his family refuses to believe that he is gay.
This story picks up a few months after the last. So you miss the development of the relationship but honestly the flashbacks make it sound like it was just quick one night stands here and there.  But both men now realize they love  each other and want this to work. This one is still full of hot sex but we get more in-depth into the characters and why they are the way they are especially Jason. I enjoyed reading about the families on both sides and glad we had a
chance for a wrap up.

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