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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Review - Christmas in Killarney by Cash Cole

Title: Christmas in Killarney

Author: Cash Cole

Publisher: Loose Id, LLC

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Reviewed by: Brynna Curry

Rating: You Want to Read

Waking up naked in church definitely distracts writer Colin Zachary from the writer’s block that's been plaguing him. Harry Gill, who rescues him, has altruistic intentions until he gets up close and personal with his sexy new charge. Ditto for Harry’s significant other, Morgan O’Hanlon.

The weather is miserable, and Colin has no choice but to stay with the handsome hunks, but he’s a workaholic who hasn’t been laid since Santa’s last visit, and all he can think about is easing his aching body and lonely heart. Not a problem. Harry and Morgan want him under their Christmas tree, in their bed, in the snow—any way they can have him.

But Colin can’t concentrate to finish an assigned deadline. Harry is up to his ears in Christmas orders, while Morg is beside himself with grief and worry that so many families will be without funds because he has misplaced their checks. The bar’s nemesis, who has tried unsuccessfully for years to buy the business, calls on them, offering money if Morg will sell O’Hanlon’s Pub to him.

Can hot sex and a cool Santa save Christmas in Killarney?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, ménage (m/m/m).

This novella starts out quick, giving only a peek at Harry and Morgan's background and character. More then a few things puzzled me about this book. Harry takes Colin home almost it seems without thinking about why he is in this particular situation. Sexually, the book heats up right off the bat in true genre style, but I felt Morg and Harry didn't know enough about Colin to evoke such strong emotions portrayed through the love scenes. However, plot and secondary characters were well thought out and integrated. I did like the way Collin aides in saving Morgan and Harry from financial loss at Christmas. All in all a good story and one you want to read.

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