Title: "Wet, Hot, Australian Christmas"
Author: A.V. Sanders
Page/Word Count: 39 pages/11,500 words
Release Date: December 16, 2015
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Genre: Holiday Themed Contemporary Gay M/M Romance
Reviewed by: Meredith
Blurb: Reid, an American shark research scientist, is in Perth, Australia working to develop a mobile app that may revolutionize shark safety practices. But even the company of his boyfriend, Graham, isn't enough to stave off homesickness as Christmas approaches, and a missing shark and Graham's struggling business seem set to ruin the holiday for good.
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ReviewThis is such an adorable and sweet novella. Being from America I’ve never experienced an Australian Christmas. I grew up with white Christmases and below freezing Decembers. I felt for Reid. It must be so hard to acclimate to the change and get into the holiday season.
But through all this, through Reid and Graham falling deeper in love, finding the holiday spirit, and mothers, they are also trying to find a shark that Reid adores and has gone missing.
This was so freaking cute but over too soon. I think I could’ve read these two for even longer! For such a short story we met exes, best friends, mothers, pokey cats, and a pregnant shark! Oh my!
If you’re looking for a smile look no further than this book for sure.
Author Bio: A.V. Sanders loves and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She shares her home with her husband, two cats, and tropical aquarium fish. She is an avid hoarder of Halloween decorations and inconsequential information. When writing science fiction, mystery, horror and romance with LGBTQ+ main characters, she can be found staying up all hours of the night listening to endless sets of EDM music. She is an advocate of love, art, animals, and frivolous acts of beauty. She also has a growing suspicion that not causing harm to one another is what matters in the end.
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