Author: Kim Katil
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication Date: December 1, 2019
Reviewed by Truus
Kyle has loved James, his best friend’s older brother, for as long as he can remember. Unfortunately James is a player, and Kyle has no desire to be his latest conquest. When James suddenly turns the full weight of his charm on him, Kyle flees to Cape May Point to collect sea glass and Cape May diamonds to make a St. Nicholas Day present for his aunt.
James has always taken Kyle’s presence for granted and he’s shocked to find how integral Kyle is to his life and future happiness. Braving his family’s well-meaning attempts to help and a sudden winter storm, James heads to the shore to convince Kyle that the most precious thing they’ll find on the beach is each other
They have history, Kyle and James. James is the brother of Kyle’s best friend. At their home, he grew up. James protected him at high school against bullies. Kyle has had a crush on James forever.
When James finally approaches him, Kyle runs away. He will not be another guy in the long line of lovers. With Kyle gone, James is a bit lost. He travels to where Kyle is to convince him of his honest intentions. Kyle is doubtful about James' motives.
James joins Kyle’s search on the beach to find the perfect sea glass to make a beautiful rainbow wave for his dear aunt Ollie who was his home, in contrast to his mother.
Stuck together at the beach house, James knows his time together is precious. Kyle is finally melting.
Such a sweet story, thoroughly friendly. Involved family members are of importance here. All pictured in a comfortable holiday scenery.
A slightly developed, pleasantly written story, a nice addition to the advent collection.
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