Christmas Miracles of a Recently Fallen Spruce by Brandon Witt

Christmas Miracles of a Recently Fallen Spruce by Brandon Witt

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Christmas Miracles of a Recently Fallen Spruce by Brandon Witt

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Book Series
A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2015 Advent Calendar package "Sleigh Ride".
About the Author
Brandon Witt resides in Denver, Colorado. When not snuggled on the couch with his two Corgis, Dunkyn and Dolan, he can be found tucked away in his favorite coffee shop, nose inches away from the computer screen, fingers pounding the keys. When he manages to tear himself away from the coffee shop addiction, he passionately takes on the role as a special education teacher during the daylight hours.
Publication Date
November 30, 2015
Paxton Peterson’s favorite day of the year is his annual Gay Boy Christmas dinner. He’s checked and double-checked his to-do list, because nothing stresses him out like the unexpected. Confident everything will run smoothly, Paxton embarks on his yearly snowshoed hike through the Rocky Mountains near his home. His perfectly planned evening is cut short by Logan Charles’s careless enjoyment of his brother’s snowmobile, and Paxton is stranded in the woods. It’s the worst thing that could’ve possibly happened to him—or maybe the best.

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(Updated: December 16, 2015)

A little slice of holiday heaven.

Holiday novellas come in all genres and sizes. Some are almost books, and others, like Christmas Miracles of a Recently Fallen Spruce, are really short and sweet. Brandon Witt has managed to write a perfect little story that totally engages the reader and leaves you grinning like a fool long after you've finished. I really really want a full length novel with these MC's! Pretty please Mr Witt! 

Paxton Peterson is a solid five on the one to ten scale. He gives himself a seven for looks and a three for what some people have called his 'fat skinny' body. He prefers lean, non muscular. Every year he looks forward to his fabulous holiday tradition; the Gay Boy Christmas dinner party. It's a party for people, like himself, whose homophobic families have rejected them. And a few who haven't. Just as important (if not more), to Paxton, is his own private tradition of a Rocky Mountain snowshoe hike a few miles from home. Being the extremely A type personality he is, Paxton goes very well prepared. Everything he could need for any disaster is carried in his backpack. Unfortunately he hadn't allowed for a rogue snowmobile to send him flying into a recently fallen spruce, injuring his ankle and making walking out alone impossible. 

Enter Logan Charles, astride said snowmobile. If it wasn't for the fact that Logan is a solid ten, maybe even an eleven, Paxton would have given him the finger literally and verbally. Momentarily lost for words, Paxton allows Logan to help him up and accepts his offer to walk him the two miles back to his jeep. Heavy snowfall makes the going tough and this is one time Paxton is very glad that he's prepared for all eventualities. 

Can a five and a ten find a relationship equation that works? Does the ten care about such superfluous, superficial rankings? You'll have to read this fabulous novella to find out. And read it you should. It's a delightful, sweet, heartwarming and funny story. Absolutely loved it! 

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