Finn's Christmas

An Endangered Fae Story

Finn's Christmas was a short, sweet read and a great follow up to Finn. I enjoyed this "snippet" as much for its shortness - a perfect length to show a glimpse into Diego and Finn's Christmas - as I did Finn for its length.

Great read and I look forward to more from Angel Martinez.

It's Christmas time and the first one that Diego and Finn are celebrating together as well as the first one that Finn is celebrating at all.

After Mirriam, Diego's agent, visits them in the cabin and helps Diego figure out how to help Finn with something, Finn wonders about what would make a good present for Diego. Will he figure it out? And will Diego love it?

Book Blurb for Finn's Christmas

Winter in Canada can be a little tedious. The cold, the snow, the ever-darkening days, the hibernation… Finn's inability to stay awake has Diego worried sick and with Miriam visiting, he has a difficult time explaining his lover's sudden narcoleptic behavior.

Finn just wants to turn into a badger and burrow until the sun returns, but he also has his reasons for wanting to escape the long sleep this year. Agonizing over the perfect gift for Diego turns him in convoluted mental circles as he struggles with the concepts of gift giving and fidelity.

The perfect solution occurs to him in the middle of a snowy night, and he struggles to make it work before he turns into a permanently frozen pooka.

CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-edited re-released title.

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2012 4.50