You can’t correct the past.
Or can you?
Stephen’s not proud of who he was back in boarding school—spoiled and a player. Now, at the holiday reunion ten years later, he has a chance to show his former classmates who he really is: out and proud, devoted to helping others, and partnered with Victor.
Stephen understands why Victor, who grew up in a poor and abusive household, hates the rich kids at the reunion, but his attitude is ruining everything. Luckily Stephen bumps into Aaron, a former grunge rocker who has also changed. Stephen never forgot their one steamy night together.
With the help of three very unusual personifications of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, can Stephen revisit his mistakes and find the happiness that’s eluded him?
Ahhh this was a sweet one. Even with a bud head Victor… if you zipp him out, thereis just a kind, friendly and sweet read.
Stephen will show off and come out as gay with his partner Victor at the reunion.
But… at the reunion everything turns out else than expected.
Stephen has the reputation being a rich guy with a bad attitude, nobody really know him who he is now. The same is with Aaron…
When Aaron sees Stephen he knows his feelings are still the same..
They had a one night thing…long ago… but not really. Both are still attracted to each other.
I loved Aaron he was kind, considerate and sweet. Stephen was adorable innocent and thank goodness he was into Aaron.
Really nice written, super short holiday read. Nice engaging characters and the environments well done.
Dreams come true!
Number of stars out 4 of 5
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