Reviewed by Cinnamon
TITLE: Eight Nights in December
AUTHOR: Keira Andrews
PUBLISHER: Self Published
LENGTH: 89 pages
RELEASE DATE: December 7th, 2017
A GEEK. A VIRGIN. ONE SEXY HOLIDAY.
Orphaned Lucas figures spending the holidays with his obnoxious roommate’s family in New York City is better than staying alone on campus upstate. He ends up sharing a room again, this time with his roommate’s brother, Nate. Geeky photographer Nate isn’t at all what Lucas expects. In fact, he’s incredibly sexy–especially when he invites Lucas into his darkroom…
They hide their attraction during Hanukkah celebrations, but behind closed doors, Lucas and Nate can’t keep their hands (or mouths) off each other. Nate’s only looking for a bit of holiday fun, and amazing sex with a hot virgin definitely fits the bill. Yet as the candles burn,
Nate and Lucas begin to realize eight nights will never be enough.
This gay holiday romance from Keira Andrews features secret trysts, new adult angst, spinning the dreidel, and of course a happy ending. 25,000 words.
Note: Originally published as_Eight Nights_by Loose Id in 2007. New edition significantly revised and expanded.
Wow. Eight Nights in December is one of the best holiday stories I have read this year. I loved every minute of it.
This story first came out about ten years ago and now we get a revised and extended version. to prove further that real good reads and great quality are timeless.
This a light, fun, absolutely entertaining story spiced with some traditional Hanukkah celebration, a big, caring Jewish family and the sweetness of wonderful young love.
The scenario is pretty basic but written in the author’s signature amazing style full of heart and all the great feels. Lucas is going home for the holidays with his straight jock roommate to spend winter break with his family. He has to room with his roommate’s little brother ( who is 21 and not so little after all). Sparks fly and both young men’s life change for good.
We experience a wide range of emotions and our hearts just fill up with the best possible feels. All the little details have their place in the story from the menorah to the fridge magnets. Nate and Lucas are really cute together and also share a special connection. They understand each other from the start and also help one another in some life changing situations. Nate;s family is wonderful and I loved all the family scenes as well as how Sam (Lucas’ roommate) redeemed himself by the end. He ended up being a really cool big brother.
If you are looking for a holiday read with two lovable young men, some sparkling chemistry and lovely holiday feels, this book is great choice for you. Highly recommended.