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A wonderful friends to lovers and fake boyfriends Christmas story with oodles of feel good moments. It’s sweet, fluffy, and mostly angst-free. Another cracking and very British tale from Jay, with lots of sexy times for Justin and Sean.
Mark’s narration suits the age of the main characters and their London setting, plus he gave them a different voice so it was easy to distinguish the two guys. His long pauses were noticeable but not enough to detract from the whole story.
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Justin and Sean have been best friends forever. Justin came out to Sean early on and was crushed when Sean admitted to being gay only after they’d survived growing up. The two never crossed the line from being “just friends” though it turns out both had harbored romantic feelings for the other for a long time.
When Justin needs someone to pose as his boyfriend, Sean volunteers. Soon it’s hard to tell just where the “pretending” becomes reality. But when Christmas is over will the two go back to being “just friends”.
Jay does New Adult really well. Her boys are funny and sharp and sexy as hell. Sean and Justin have tremendous chemistry and it was fun watching it combust.
There is very little angst and lots of hot times in this wonderful Holiday story.
I recommend this to fans of Jay’s work and anyone looking for some fun Holiday Frolicking!
Michael Steadman is wonderful! He’s got the delightful accent and a very good sense of timing a great sense of humor. He gives the women a fair pass at voicing, each of the MCs a different, discernable voice with their own personalities and he’s very easy to listen to. I very much recommend this as a way to enjoy this lovely book!
5 of 5 stars for both book and audiobook
this is the first audio book I've ever had and I loved it it really brings the story to life more than just reading it yourself and I loved the story line about 2 friends in love with each other but too afraid to say anything in case they were wrong