What a sweet holiday story. And of course I’m happy because it’s an alpha/omega. I really enjoy S.C. Wynne’s books and was not disappointed with this one.
This is a very fast moving and funny beginning to a series. It ends on a “cliff hanger” but it’s not too terrible – just enough to keep you interested.
Marc and Dillon have amazing chemistry and their banter is witty and entertaining.
I really enjoyed this beginning to the series and can’t wait for it to continue.
It’s a short story, so my hope is we’ll see more of these guys’ characters in the coming books.
My name is S.C. Wynne and I write gay romance, gay mystery and mpreg romance. I’m so happy you’ve found me here at the Gay romance Readers Club! There are lots of wonderful authors here, so take your time, download the free story, and see what else fun things are on this site.
S.C. Wynne started writing m/m in 2013. She loves writing m/m and her characters are usually a little jaded, funny and ultimately redeemed through love.
S.C loves red wine, margaritas and Seven and Seven's. Yes, apparently S.C. Wynne is incredibly thirsty. S.C. Wynne loves the rain and should really live in Seattle but instead has landed in sunny, sunny, unbelievably sunny California. Writing is the best profession she could have chosen because S.C. is a little bit of a control freak. To sit in her pajamas all day and pound the keys of her laptop controlling the every thought and emotion of the characters she invents is a dream come true.
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Other Books by S.C. Wynne
Up In Flames
Avery Syracuse is a New York transplant with the Skeenville Fire Department. He's a little rough around the edges, but loveable. Down on his luck in the romance department, he could use some help with the bills and is looking for a roommate when new transfer, Luke Turner arrives.
Luke is one of the best firemen Avery has ever seen, and it doesn't make sense for Luke to be wasting his time in Skeenville. The two men have an instant connection, although Luke has never been into guys before. While Avery is very attracted to Luke, he knows there is something the guy is hiding, and he's worried that if they get involved, this secret may come around and bite him in the ass one day.
Liam Baker can see things. Dead people like to visit him and tell them how they were wronged. Some might call it a gift, other’s a curse. But either way this ability makes him useful to Los Angeles homicide detective Kimball Thompson.
Some madman is slitting the throats of young male prostitutes and then dumping their bodies in the desert with vague clues of pink feathers and the number five. Usually Liam can talk to the spirits of the dead. But someone is blocking him. Someone is taunting him.
The case is rapidly deteriorating into a violent, psychic pissing contest and Liam can’t see far enough ahead to figure out who wins or who dies.