Christmas Of White

Can Blaise coming back to Montana turn Owen s blue Christmas into a warm, shared Christmas of white Owen never thought he d see the all too tempting veterinary intern from the previous summer again, until his brother drops the bombshell that not only is Blaise returning, but he ll need to stay in Owen s house again until he gets settled He s the bachelor uncle in their raCan Blaise coming back to Montana turn Owen s blue Christmas into a warm, shared Christmas of white Owen never thought he d see the all too tempting veterinary intern from the previous summer again, until his brother drops the bombshell that not only is Blaise returning, but he ll need to stay in Owen s house again until he gets settled He s the bachelor uncle in their ranching family, and if people know what that means, no one talks about it He can t be gay, no matter what happened in the barn last time Blaise was here Blaise made the life changing decision to relocate to Montana for many reasons but with one clear goal in mind to convince Owen of what they could share if he would only let Blaise in He s prepared himself for a long siege, but with the help of his scheming best friend, Owen s brother, a donkey and a lot of snow, an early Christmas present might just be in store for them both.
Christmas Of White Can Blaise coming back to Montana turn Owen s blue Christmas into a warm shared Christmas of white Owen never thought he d see the all too tempting veterinary intern from the previous summer again u

  • Title: Christmas Of White
  • Author: Devon Rhodes
  • ISBN: 9781781848807
  • Page: 340
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Christmas Of White”

    1. Blaise spends months living with Owen while interning with Owen's brother Kent.Blaise is out and proud gay and Owen isn't quite sure what he is until one fateful day in the barnThere was a misunderstanding, and seriously they went the rest of the time not trying to clear it up? That's all told in a flashback of sorts, cause now Blaise is back to stayIt's totally light and easy, once things are cleared up. A sweet little story with no drama but a pet donkey named Daisy.

    2. 2.5 StarsMeh. This one was alright but nothing special. Owen and Blaise had a steamy encounter in the barn the previous summer. The incident was explained via snip-its of flashbacks. Fast forward one year later at Christmas time and Blaise has decided to relocate to Montana (where Owen lives) for good. The two reunite, Owen realizes he wants Blaise in his life and the rest of the world be damned, end of story. We aren't privy to HOW things will work out for Owen and Blaise, just that they're hap [...]

    3. A ‘Christmas of White’ describes this book on a couple of levels. Most obvious is the mountain of snow falling in Montana by the time I was a few pages into the story. But then more importantly, there is the second meaning for the two main characters in the book. They feel pretty blue, for different reasons, and can only hope for a white, joyful Christmas. Blaise, who has made the decision to move to Montana so he can pursue Owen, is hopeful of getting closer to Owen eventually. But it’ll [...]

    4. 3.5 starsThis was sweet. I loved Owen, the bachelor Uncle and his voice. He was so sweet and just so in need of a hug. When he finds out Blaise is coming back to the ranch to be partners with his brotherat flashback scene from the barn was hot! I totally read that while standing in line at the grocery store. Have you seen a redhead with pale skin flushed while buying dog food and box tape? Yeah, that was me reading that. I loved this sweet tale of two men fighting so differently for what they wa [...]

    5. A sweet little short with a cowboy a vet and a surprise in Daisy lol.A christmassy feel but due to the weather more than the season

    6. This review was originally written for Joyfully Jay Reviews.Read Sammy's review in it's entirety here.5 starsThere is a reason I love the writing of author Devon Rhodes. It all stems from her amazing ability to write the most complete and satisfying short stories around. Christmas of White is perhaps the most sensuously erotic and tender of love stories on the market today and it all comes down to two reasons: brilliant characterization and superb storytelling.

    7. Enjoyed this story however it was too short. I'd have liked a longer build up before they reunited.

    8. Owen is the bachelor uncle who lives alone and has convinced himself he is happy doing so. His brother is the local large animal vet who annually takes on a summer intern to help out with spring birthing. The previous summer Kent had taken on an older student, Blaise Wilcox. Blaise was a small animal vet who had recently gone back to school to gain a second degree in large animal care. As was usual, the interns bunked in with Owen who had available space as opposed to Kent and his wife with thei [...]

    9. Owen has tried his best to forget about the veterinary assistant that interned for his brother a year ago. Tried to forget his long hair, his crazy eco-saving ways, and his electric smile. But Owen has mostly tried to forget about the one time, in the barn, that he let himself go…and wound up getting a rather unpleasant surprise. Then Kent, Owen’s brother, announces that Blaise is moving to Montana, taking up a veterinary partnership with Kent, and–-here’s the kicker–-needs a place to [...]

    10. Okaaaaay.I knew this was going to be a "short" story I started readingng along nicely.ing this is good, really good,then "BAM" it ended!!! Didn't see that one coming! haha That being said was sweet and I wish there had been more of itry glad I took the time to check this one out!

    11. A perfect read for a chilly winter's day. I really enjoyed the two main characters and I would gladly read a follow-up to this story to see how their relationship plays out. Also, there is a wonderful secondary character Eric who, in my opinion, deserves a book of his own.

    12. This gay for you winter story was cute but not mind blowing. I wish the cowboy/rancher angle had been played up a little more. Nice but not very memorable.

    13. 3.5+ fluffy starsFor a short story, this one is really big. And, it can be read during lunch! Win-win.

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