Published by Riptide
Released on 4 December 2017
Pages: 4 hours 42 min
Cute, fun, and light-hearted holiday romance! Whether one loves animals or not, this is cute, but being an animal lover, made it more poignant and funny. Amy Lane tells this sort of story so well. I was glad to get a chance to re-experience Freckles in audio format where even more nuances to the story came out under the narrator’s care.
A fastidious, organized workaholic lawyer is out of his depth the second a kid cons him into the tiny white fluff ball in his hands. This is a dog? Sandy Corrigan is the vet tech on duty when the crazy guy comes in babbling and incoherent, but oh so sweet with his little dog.
These guys have both struggled with relationships in the past and attribute the break-ups to their own failings making them vulnerable about putting themselves out there. It’s an easy listen story with just enough conflict due to their personal feelings and then also Carter’s moral dilemma about his shady boss at the law office to making it even more engaging. It’s a blue-collar Christmas story with lots of cute and heartwarming moments that I loved.
Long favorite narrator, Nick J. Russo adds just the right amount of sparkle and shine to this heartwarming and sweet Christmas story. He captured the tone and these characters so well. I could see and feel what was going on as if I was right there witnessing it all happening.
Freckles was a light and adorable holiday story. Average joes with average lives that it was great to see them find their chance at happiness. Definitely recommend it to M/M Contemporary Romance fans who want a bit of spice, but an easy afternoon heartwarming read.
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