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Publisher Description

Growing up in rural Texas, Mitchell Evans's ambition to be a dancer made him a target. Though he found success in New York City, Mitch is at a crossroads, and heads home for the first time in twelve years to figure things out. When what appears to be a reindeer jumps out in front of his car, he drives off the road and into the path of the one man he hoped to avoid.

The last person Texas Ranger Web Eisley expects to see four days before Christmas is his first love. He hasn't seen Mitch since they quarreled over coming out to their friends and family years ago. Though he's not in the closet now, Web has worked hard for the respect of his fellow officers, but he still regrets the loss of Mitch in his life. And his bed.

The attraction between them is as strong as ever, and it doesn't take long for the men to pick up where they left off. But is love enough to keep Mitch in town in the New Year?

26,000 words

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
December 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
250
Pages
PUBLISHER
Carina Press
SELLER
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
SIZE
746.1
KB

Customer Reviews

Bwinla ,

Easy Read

The book is a quick read with a good story. You pretty much know from the start what is going to happen, but at least the story is practical and realistic. Wish there was a little more detail on romance since it is listed as a romance book. Only negative is that it builds up and ends quickly. Is there a part 2?

Crittersmith ,

A Do-Over!

Ballet Dancer Mitch & Texas Ranger Web gets a second chance at love when Mitch comes home to settle his Dad’s estate. An interesting enough short tale, though it seemed like a lot of details and not enough at the same time. I didn’t feel the connection between the MCs and the sexy time seemed not so sexy, a bit abrupt. Overall, an okay read. Rating: 2.75 ⭐️⭐️

MacMan9876 ,

Excellent

This is a great read; definitely five stars. Really enjoyable, every page.
Nice double meaning to the name of the book, which took me by surprise.

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