December Promise

December Promise Paul Macy moved heaven and earth to get a reluctant Lee Kendall for his college roommate Giving up his free and easy lifestyle for the sexy new guy on campus had been the easiest decision Paul had eve

  • Title: December Promise
  • Author: K.C. Kendricks
  • ISBN: 9781611240627
  • Page: 298
  • Format: ebook
  • Paul Macy moved heaven and earth to get a reluctant Lee Kendall for his college roommate Giving up his free and easy lifestyle for the sexy new guy on campus had been the easiest decision Paul had ever made Walking away from Lee, however, had been the hardest Now, years later, Lee Kendall s made it to the top of his field by working hard, and playing harder in the rightPaul Macy moved heaven and earth to get a reluctant Lee Kendall for his college roommate Giving up his free and easy lifestyle for the sexy new guy on campus had been the easiest decision Paul had ever made Walking away from Lee, however, had been the hardest Now, years later, Lee Kendall s made it to the top of his field by working hard, and playing harder in the right circles Yet he has also come to realize that success is empty when you have no one with whom to celebrate it But as luck would have it, an invitation to visit his alma mater brings Lee face to face with his first lover, and a chance for the reconciliation he never thought possible The sparks fly when Paul and Lee reunite, fulfilling long denied dreams for both men But passion isn t a pledge, and it takes than promises made in the dark to forge a shared future between two lonely hearts

    One thought on “December Promise”

    1. Another wonderful read from KC Kendricks. I can always count on this author when I'm looking for a character-driven story. December Promise was no exception. Despite their successful jobs and comfortable living, Paul and Lee came off as very down-to-earth people, and that made them likeable and relatable. The chemistry was instant and sizzling, but there was also a lot of tenderness and caring due to shared past. That being said, I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick read wit [...]

    2. December Promise is based around a young adult relationship that had no promises. Set in the surrounds of a university reunion, both men attend hoping for one more chance just to see the one that got away. Their 'meet cue', as it were, occurs naturally in the confines of a coffee shop.Paul is a man who works for the government as a translator, but can't tell you who, what, why, how or where. I got the impression this work appealed to him as a younger man, but has lost its appeal and now appears [...]

    3. This short story felt TOO short to me, but I did enjoy it. I especially liked the fact that the main characters were closer to middle-age rather than teens, which is refreshing to read about in m/m romance!

    4. A sweet story of two guys reconnecting later in life. There are no big misunderstandings or problems to overcome so there's not much to the plot, but what there is is nice.

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