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Publisher's Summary

It's finals week during Tony McNeil's second year in law school, and he's struggling to keep up. Frankly, he'd rather be cooking. Then he meets first-year student Eddie Cohen-Fernandez, who's heartsick over missing his family's annual Festivus celebration. Tony can use his culinary skills to lift Eddie's spirits, but finding long-term happiness? That just might require a Festivus miracle.
©2014 Kim Fielding (P)2015 Kim Fielding
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By Mary on 10-31-15

A lovely Festivus Story

This is an honest review in exchange for a copy of the Audiobook from the Author.

I have just finished the audiobook and I'm sitting with a huge smile on my face. The audiobook lasts one hour and is a perfect pick me up heading to the rush of Christmas. Tony is the son of wealthy successful lawyers but comes across as lonely. He is studying law because his parents expect it but his real love is cooking. He meets Ed by accident in study hall and they become friends during finals, slowly growing closer.nBecause Ed can't get home for 'Festivus' Tony decides to drive him there. Tony's own parents are away. The welcome Tony receives from Ed' family is heart warming and brings the Christmas message to life.

The narrator, Joel Leslie, does a wonderful job of bringing the characters of Tony and Ed to life.

This is a sweet and lovely story that is worth listening to and giving as a gift.

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By Riva on 12-29-15

Sweet holiday listen

This sweet novella was a really fun listen. Tony is a law student who is trying to live up to his parent's expectations and is miserable about it. He secretly wants to be a chef. Eddie, is a fellow student who has a wonderful, loving family but can't afford to go home for the holidays. They become friends and end of going to Eddie's family's Festivus celebration, where romance ensues. I don't think I would have liked this as much if I read it, because not a lot happens and it is fairly predictable. However, Joel Leslie does another wonderful job of bringing the characters to life.

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

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