Sunday, December 24, 2017

2017 DSP Advent Stocking Stuffer Review: Candy Canes and Cappuccinos by Elizabeth Coldwell

Title: Candy Canes and Cappuccinos
Author: Elizabeth Coldwell
Category: Holiday, Contemporary
Pages: 24

Kyle is struggling to run his coffee shop on his own after his partner walked out on him. He has his eye on Steven, who comes into the shop each day, but hasn’t worked up the nerve to express his interest. When Steven asks Kyle to help out with Christmas lunch at the homeless shelter where he works, Kyle is too exhausted to agree. He donates his tips but still feels he’s blown his chances with Steven and made himself look like a selfish jerk.
On Christmas Day, Kyle sees a way to make amends—to both Steven and the needy people depending on his kindness. It’s the right thing to do, and Kyle hopes he can clear up the misunderstanding and show Steven the type of man he really is. Maybe then they can consider some dessert when the lunch at the shelter is over…

4 Stars

Kyle meets Steven when he comes into his coffee shop, Cool Beans. Kyle has developed a bit of a crush on Steven and he’s pretty sure Steven feels the same, so when fate puts them together on Christmas Day, his suspicions are confirmed.

This was a sweet and sexy holiday read, well-written with likable characters. Very recommendable!

*copy provided by Dreamspinner Press in exchange for an honest review*

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