The most wonderful time of the year is about to get even better.
On a cold, rainy December morning, Finn’s beloved Grampa, his best friend and rock, makes a friend outside their home who he invites in for coffee. The last thing Finn expects is Nelson, a man with a painful past, who is beautiful and generous and turns Finn’s knees into jelly.
What starts out as a chance to get out of the rain, soon becomes more as Nelson helps Finn get ready for the Christmas market. They bond over coffee and fabric and Mariah Carey. Can handmade Christmas ornaments and an understanding heart give Nelson the love he’s been denied ?
Christelle's rating :
“Under the felt Mistletoe” is a Christmas Holidays novella and a sweet, tender, romantic tale.
Finn is a very easy-going and nice guy, living with this Grandfather, who raised him. One day, his Grandpa invites a new guy from the neighbourhood for a coffee : Nelson. Finn can’t believe his eyes : his dream man in person. Over the preparations for the local Christmas market, Finn and Nelson learned about each other and, and, and…
It’s very cute, an easy read full of warmth, a lot of blushing and, with a little push from the loving Grandpa, some tender moments and a fun HEA.
A bit too short, too sweet with not enough steam for my personal tastes, but both Finn and Nelson are adorable, as well as Grandpa. If you’re looking for a feel-good read to get into the Christmas mood, it’s charming.
ARC of “Under the felt Mistletoe” was generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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