Review: Holigay by K. M. Neuhold

Title: Holigay

Author: K. M. Neuhold

Pages: 81

5 out of 5 stars
5 stars – I loved it!

Well this was wonderful and sweet! Matt finds himself single right before Christmas, and right after he booked a Christmas vacation in Fiji. He decides to invite his best friend Crispan instead but on the first day of the vacation Matt realizes he might not be straight like he always assumed. 

“He’s my home, he always has been, it just took me this long to figure out what that really meant.”

This was such a cute story.  I loved Matt and Crispan so much. They have been friends since they were children and Crispan has been crushing on Matt for years. Matt’s feelings are very new but he never hesitates to state how he feels. Matt also doesn’t struggle with newfound bisexuality which really helped keep this a low angst book. 

These two really were wonderful friends, and that transferred perfectly into their relationship. They were fun, playful, and so sweet together. The intimacy and emotion between these two was so strong and perfect that I couldn’t put the book down and read it in one sitting. This was just the perfect holiday romance.

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