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    I can't get enough of this series!

    I have loved all of the books in the Portland Heat series and Wrapped Together is a perfect addition and a perfect holiday story. Hollis and Sawyer have known each other forever. Hollis is a twin, so is Sawyer, and Hollis’ sister is married to Sawyer’s brother. Hollis has always been more reserved and Sawyer not so much. Hollis doesn’t care for the holidays since his parents died and Sawyer is determined to help him feel some holiday cheer. Their friendly (?) competition soon turns to something more and the sparks begin to fly. Annabeth Albert’s stories always leave me satisfied and yet I always want more because I just can’t bear the thought that I won’t be reading more about her wonderful characters. That’s what I love about this series; the stories are connected and yet stand alone. When I read a new Portland Heat story I feel like I’m revisiting old friends while at the same time meeting new ones. The heat between Hollis and Sawyer is delicious and reading how Sawyer gradually turns Hollis from a Scrooge-like character into someone who learns to enjoy Christmas again makes this one of my favorite holiday novellas ever; the friends to lovers aspect just added more icing to the cake. Review copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley. Reviewed for xtreme-delusions dot com.
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    This story is the best of the series. I had to go back and re-read it again, I felt I read it too fast the first time.
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    Romance, personal re-evaluation and Christmas

    Annabeth Albert writes well. Portland Heat is a 'universe' of realistic interactions, small happenings and recognisable relationships. This series is for those more interested in emotion and personal choices than thrills or spills. That said, the books will draw you in, without cliff hangers, or contrived melodrama. Annabeth makes it easy for you to follow the story as if you were a character. Each development is infused with the emotion of the protagonist (or other actor) so that you experience it as you do your own life, an action heavily coloured by your own attitudes and past. Our two heroes work through their own histories (don't worry, no dark, gritty, abuse filled youth here, or violent attacks), some misconceptions about one another, and themselves. Explicit sex, probably not one for the book club (unless your club also includes stationery and rope fetishists ;-). Expect to crave beautifully wrapped presents, fountain pens, spiced hot drinks and Christmas a cappella by the end of this book.

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