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December 6, 2017
The Last Gift (2017 Advent Calendar Daily - Stocking Stuffers) by Chrissy Munder
3.5 stars
M/M Romance
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.

Nick is a college student who is just trying to survive getting through school and work. He wants to be able to take the classes he wants, but when his professor changes the lab times, he asks his workmate to switch shifts. He doesn't realize that by doing this, it will change the course of his life.

Aaron is a successful lawyer and we don't really get much more on him. He seems a little scattered at times, but he is also a friendly sweet character.

This is a short story with funny interactions between the main characters. It's sweet and innocent. I liked how the story developed and thought it was well written.

I'm not sure why there is so much about Nick's co-workers' relationship. That seemed to detract from the real story.
December 21, 2017
This story was darling. The Last Gift is precisely what I hope for when I pick up a Christmas short- good characters, easy rhythm, sweet romance, holiday sparkle, and enough relationship development that I get those warm fuzzies. The story featured an adorable meet cute- with college student Nick working the counter in a convenience store Aaron frequents. The bulk of the interactions take place in that convenience store, yet the author does a great job capturing those early attraction emotional butterflies and highlighting the spark between the men, making it easy for the reader to see these two would be cute together. Was there a crazy amount of character development, no, but I thoroughly enjoyed Aaron and Nick. Both heroes were personable and I was definitely rooting for them to get together all the way through. I also loved the humor sprinkled throughout this story- I think I smiled most of, if not the entire, time. The Last Gift is definitely a story to grab if you’re in need of a cute pick-me-up romance with just the right amount of holiday shine to it and definitely one I'll revisit next year.

*Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*
December 12, 2017
Nick knows he is in a rut. With a huge study load at college, crazy shifts at the local convenience store he had no time for anything else in his life. Struggling to find his new routine after changing shifts at work, Nick can’t deny that the dead-sexy, cheery Aaron – Mr 5.25am – who comes in each morning for coffee is quickly becoming the highlight of his day. When Aaron arrives frantic one morning and pleads for Nick’s help, the besotted man is helpless to resist.

I found this to be a fun and interesting short story. I really loved the pacing, finding it perfect for the length of the story. Nick and Aaron move seamlessly from that whole casual “see you daily” type routine into a “crisis occurs so change from acquaintances to friends” then deepens into more of a proper relationship. Despite the short length of the story Nick and Aaron’s evolving relationship didn’t feel rushed or forced to me, neither did I need to suspend disbelief too hard – as one of the critical meetings that helped deepen their relationship was a chance meeting at a large fun-run which seemed completely reasonable and not at all like some random plot device to further the story.

I could understand if Nick’s dry self-depreciation might not be every readers cup of tea. Personally I felt the Nick had a very realistic perspective on his own situation (being broke, an overworked student and only at the very beginning of his “adult” life) but at times I did wonder if the dryness of his self-analysis flirted just a little too close to low self esteem and him putting himself down. While this aspect of the story didn’t bother me exactly, it occurred frequently enough – especially in the first half of the story – that it rang a warning bell in my head and made me stop and think, analyze his behavior and really wonder if he put himself down a little too much. I admit that I decided I was being too picky and over-thinking it a little, but this isn’t a “normal” thing for me to wonder in an M/M romance.

I found this to be a delicious and slow-moving romance short story. Readers should be aware that there’s no sex – but there’s a ton of chemistry and a very Happy For Now style of ending that I found satisfying. Readers looking for a hot or explicit story might be disappointed, but I felt the sparkling chemistry and slow-build of the relationship between Nick and Aaron well worth the read. I thought this was a fun and interesting story which I greatly enjoyed.

originally posted at long and short reviews