Reviewed by Nikyta
Title: Giving a Little TLC
Author: Jackie Nacht
Series: Holiday Jobs that Don’t Suck #9
Heroes: Quinn & Mitch
Genre: M/M Contemporary
Length: 57 pages
Publisher: Extasy Books
Release Date: November 15, 2013
Available at: Extasy Books & Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Cancelled flight, car breakdown and Black Friday—Quinn has a Thanksgiving that is one example of Murphy’s Law after another, but then, there’s the handsome twin Mitch…
Quinn has the worst luck. His flight home for Thanksgiving is cancelled due to the weather, and now, an unexpected invite has him spending the holiday with his frat brother Sawyer and his sexy twin brother Mitch. Between a car breakdown, a family member who is a militant shopper and preparing the holiday meal, somehow Mitch and Quinn find themselves having a romantic fling. The only problem is: hearts begin to get involved? And once they get back to campus, can the two somehow become more?
When Quinn’s flight home is cancelled, Mitch and his brother Sawyer refuse to leave him at the frat house alone and convince Quinn to spend the holiday with their family. Unable to say no, Quinn agrees even if it means spending time with the sexy Mitch. Except, the holiday starts off horribly when their car breaks down and Mitch & Sawyer’s parents can’t make it home. But things get better when Mitch shows Quinn that the attraction goes both ways.
Ah, another adorable story! I can’t get enough of these! I just keep gobbling them up. I can’t help it, how can you not love a bit of fluff? This one is not only cute but funny as well. Mitch and Sawyer’s death trap of a car finally breaks down but then there’s also their brother Merrick, who’s interest in Black Friday goes BEYOND obsession. But then there’s the characters. I loved the whole “I’ve noticed how attractive you are but never said a word to you” aspect of the story. I’m just a sucker for those!
In the end, another sweet addition to the series. These are all sweet, cute short stories that are bound to bring a smile to your face. If you need a pick me up, a good laugh and some sweetness, definitely give this one a go 😉
Overall Impression: I really liked it!
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*