Henry is a young business executive who finds himself the guardian of his little nephew; likely there is no big drama like the death of his sister at the origin of this event, the sister simply ran away leaving the kid behind, because Henry doesn’t like drama. He managed to grow up in an disordered family mostly unscathed, but now he really cannot manage drama. But unfortunately for him, he likes his boys to be pretty and flamboyant, and drama queen is usually their nickname; he can well said that after his bad experience with former boyfriend Alan.
So Henry is not at all looking at Justin, the college student working part-time at the day-care Henry is using for his nephew; Justin is young, barely legal, pretty and very much flamboyant. But he has also an heart big like the entire world, Josie adores him, and he is cute like a puppy on a window pet shop. The problem is, will Henry be able to manage the man puppy Justin will turn into in a few years?
Really enjoyed this sweet story, charming and cute, pretty much drama free like Henry likes, if not for the innocuous antics of Justin, that more than drama were waves of happiness.
Amazon Kindle: Turkey in the Snow
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (November 30, 2012)
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