Blurb: J.J. has always hated the holidays. Presents, decorations, the traditional family Christmas…It’s all his colleagues in the staffroom can talk about. J.J. avoids these conversations like the plague. He’d do anything to keep his co-workers from seeing the real J.J, the gay man who doesn’t want to be noticed. When he slips up and reveals that he is all alone with no plans for Christmas, the well-meaning ladies of his high school want to take him in for the holidays.
Enter Coach Adam Sutton who comes to his rescue—and now J.J. is trapped by this hulk of a man who won’t take no for an answer. And he would have to be someone J.J finds attractive, wouldn’t he? Too bad he’s straight and J.J’s not about to step out of the shadows and make a move on him. He likes his arms where they are, thank you very much.
But Adam has a secret, one which is going to turn J.J’s world upside-down. Adam wants to give J.J. a Christmas to remember, but as it turns out, both men’s lives are never going to be the same again…
Blurb: It’s been a year since coach Adam Sutton changed JJ’s life with a Christmas proposal. Now happily married, the two men are dealing with everything life is throwing at them – new family members, homophobia and prejudice, not to mention an unexpected offer that is about to change both their lives – forever.
Title: Christmas Memories 3: Home Sweet Home
Series: Christmas Memories
Author: Max Vos
Publisher: Max Vos, Inc.
Publication date: Nov. 22, 2016
Cover artist: A.J. Corza
Genre: M/M Holiday
Length: 38k words
Characters: J.J. Jones, Adam Sutton and family
Summary: Adam has always loved Christmas and this year is no different. While shocked at the things happening in his life, he can’t believe all his dreams are coming true. When celebrating the holidays, Adam believes go big! He proves to J.J. that Christmas really is the most important time of the year.
J.J. is finally dealing with his past as he prepares for all the changes that are happening: amazing changes. At last he has his Home Sweet Home and the best family anyone could ever ask for.
Author contact: Maxvos.com