A sexy and sweet holiday romance with Isaac and David
Living in the “English” outside world, Isaac and David have left behind the rigid, isolated Amish community where they first discovered their forbidden love. Staying with Isaac’s older brother in San Francisco, they yearn for a home—and bed—of their very own.
As they experience Santa Claus and the bright lights and merry carols of modern Christmas for the first time, can they make their secret holiday wishes come true?
Book 3.5 in the Gay Amish Romance Series from Keira Andrews. 10,000 words.
Note: This gay Christmas romance features family togetherness, holiday cheer, sexual exploration, and creative use of mistletoe.
It’s been awhile since I’ve been able to cuddle up with a story about David and Isaac. I adored these two through the first three novels and was excited to see a new short story about them celebrating their first non-Amish Christmas. It felt a bit rushed with getting everything in, but I still adored it. Isaac and David are sweet together and their gifts to each other perfect. I can’t say much as it would give too much away as it’s a short story.
But we see Isaac and David make a change, David’s sister Anna becomes more “English” and just enjoy the holidays through the eyes of two men who never celebrated it except for in service or food.
Adorable, if a bit rushed.