Category Archives: Mistletoe

A present for you

I’m working to get the Mountain books back up, which is presenting a couple of challenges. While I’m working on the novels, I do have one of the shorts up and running, and as a way to say thank you, I’m making it free to all of you who might not have seen it.

Mistletoe on the Mountain has been packaged with Snow on the Mountain, so that’s where you might have encountered it. Here’s a free-standing version for you, and I’m giving it away until December 25, 2019.

This is Jake’s first Christmas away from his family, and his first Christmas with Kurt. Jake’s shoestring budget doesn’t matter, because what Kurt wants most doesn’t come in a box. He’d like to stand openly with Jake as partners before the world, but Jake hasn’t come that far out of the closet. Wapiti Creek is hung everywhere with mistletoe, taunting them both with opportunities not taken.

Jake’s making a traditional Landon family dish for a Christmas pot-luck dinner with friends, but he’s short a key ingredient. Kurt manages to supply the missing ingredient for Jake’s recipe, but can Jake supply the missing ingredient for Kurt’s happiness?

Get it in epub or mobi here.

 

Mistletoe on the Mountain – Great Review!

This review is so fresh the electrons are still hot – Jenre of Well Read just reviewed Mistletoe, which was unexpected, and she gave it a grade of “Excellent” which is making me quite giddy! Thank you, Jenre!

It’s taken from Jake’s point of view and I really sympathised with his feelings about coming out – which stemmed really from his natural timidness than a worry about being rejected. Overall, a terrific short and a must for those who have read the two previous Kurt and Jake books. Grade: Excellent.

See the entire review here.

Available at Torquere!