A HOLIDAY ROMANCE BETWEEN A DRIFTER AND A LONER…
Unless a Christmas shop owner who hates the season can show an orphan what it means to have family for the holidays.
I admit, I went on a holiday romance bender this year. I couldn't concentrate on any other books during the season. Glass Tidings by the amazing Amy Jo Cousins was one of my favorites.
Grayson is a delightful curmudgeon, whose heart has been broken and therefore shies away from life. I adore him.
Eddie has a different fear of living and serious abandonment issues that he deals with by never getting close to anyone. After all, if you are always drifting from place to place without making any connections or putting down roots, people cannot leave you.
These lost and frightened souls broke my heart. Cousins' descriptions of the the loneliness felt by both men was realistic and powerful, especially during the holidays.
I loved the visuals of Eddie and Grayson sitting by the fire reading in the evenings. This would definitely be the way to my heart. It was truly a lovely holiday read.