Can a New York cop and a teacher find love in the city at Christmas?
It's been far too long since Christian Matthews has seen Daniel Bailey. In fact, the last time they met, Chris was a senior in college and he was the TA tasked with helping Daniel who was a way too confident freshman.
Seven years down the road, Chris is licking his wounds after being asked to leave the private school where he was teaching. He has no job, no money, and has to rely on his friend, Amelia, for the job and a room to live in. He needs a freaking Christmas miracle to make this season anything other than a total loss.
Then Daniel comes back into his life, and suddenly everything seems possible. Not only is Daniel still the man Christian wants more than anything, but this time Chris may well actually tell Daniel how he feels.
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Worse the second time
I'm sorry but I cannot recommend this audiobook. Its only redeeming quality would be its shortness, but considering that it'll cost you full price regardless....
In my opinion, Scott isn't the most skilled writer, and there's a lot more plot crammed into this story than it needs. The main drama just about works for it, but adding some more angst towards the end just to give the other main character his own share of drama just falls flat.
Sean Crisden, unfortaintely, also isn't the most skilled narrator. He puts on a few voices and they're all nowhere near as nice as his actual tone of voice. The mild variation he does for narration and one of the characters sounds good, every other character voice grates -- especially those for female characters.
I listened to this twice, as the title suggests, once last year and then again this year - because for some reason I'd thought that I had only imagined how bad it had been.
If you love RJ Scott or enjoy Sean Crisden's readings, I'm sure you'll like this one.