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Will fake boyfriends become the real deal this holiday? 

It’s the most wonderful time of the year - except ex-Marine Logan is jobless and getting evicted. Worse, he’s a new single dad with a stepson who hates him. A kid needs stability - not to mention presents under the tree - and Logan’s desperate. 

Then he meets lonely Seth and makes a deal. 

Can Logan temporarily pretend to be live-in boyfriends to increase Seth’s chances at a promotion? If it provides a roof over their heads for the holidays, hell yeah. Logan considers himself straight - he doesn’t count occasional hookups with guys - but he can fake it. Besides, with his shy little smile, Seth is surprisingly sexy. 

Make that damn sexy. 

Shocked that Seth has only been with one man, Logan can’t resist sweetening their deal to teach him the joys of casual sex. No strings attached. No feelings. No kissing. 

No falling for each other. 

Easy, right? 

The Christmas Deal is a steamy holiday gay romance from Keira Andrews featuring fake boyfriends, bisexual awakening, a clueless single dad with an angry preteen, and of course a happy ending.

©2019 Keira Andrews (P)2020 Keira Andrews

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Not too sugary or too angsty

I enjoyed this audiobook. The trope is a common one, but Keira Andrews puts a unique spin on it with elements of grief, unexpected parenthood, and found family. Logan’s self discovery was believable, but not too angsty. Seth is the kind of character that I think John Solo narrates particularly well, kind of shy but curious and tough when he needs to be. John Solo can be hit or miss for me, but I think he did a really good job here.

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Perfect Holiday Romance, Solo is Magic!

What a perfect holiday romance! Arranged lovers, friends to lovers, super sweet hurt/comfort and fantastic chemistry between the MCs - it's a winner. Plus the added bonus of having it all performed right into my ears by John Solo? Simply magic! Loved it.

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 11-17-20

Found Family for the Holidays

I’m on a tear through fake boyfriend romances these days. When they’re done well, they’re a joy to read and I have to say, this was done well. Because I believed Logan was desperate enough to enter into the arrangement. He’s beyond down-on-his-luck. He has no job – or even prospects. He’s in the process of being evicted, and his truck broke down. He was unceremoniously fired from his previous job for something that wasn’t his fault and he lost his friends due to that and his health suffered because of what happened. He has his sister and his new stepson. He never planned to be a father but Connor landed in his lap and aside from the kid’s surly nature, he’s kind of growing on Logan. But Logan can barely survive for himself, let alone meet the needs of a grieving preteen who’s outgrowing his clothes. Enter Seth. The set-up for his need for a fake boyfriend was…. interesting. But Seth wants the promotion and with a new family-oriented boss who is LGBTQ friendly, it’s all about portraying that he’s a family man. Logan and Connor turn up at the perfect time. And maybe Seth won’t be so lonely, living in that big house with only himself as company. Oh, and there’s the little bonus of sex without strings. Logan is straight, writing off those few whatevers as just scratching an itch. You know, when women aren’t handy. But when he discovers Seth’s only ever been with one man – and that man was a jerk – he’s determined to teach the devout religious man that it’s okay to have sex just for pleasure. Seth’s family have rejected him and he’s done okay on his own, but between the colleagues at work and now Logan’s overtures, he’s able to see all that he’s been missing out on. So he invites Logan and Connor to stay. So he can portray himself as a family man, he tells himself. So he won’t be alone is the subconscious reason. But things aren’t smooth sailing, especially with a surly preteen who is missing his mom desperately during this first Christmas without her. The conflict culminates in a near-disaster and it’s a moment of reckoning for everyone. I loved this book. Just perfect for this time of year. I’m not a big Christmas fan so any book that puts me in the holiday spirit is a good one. I’ll also take a moment to mention John Solo. I think he does a great job of narrating Keira Andrews books and this book is proof of that. I look forward to more books written by Ms. Andrews and narrated by Mr. Solo.

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  • 11-13-20

Lovely book

I really enjoyed this book, the narration was excellent. I will definitely put it in my favourites and enjoy listening to it again.

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  • 10-24-20

A Christmas story to warm the heart

Just the thing to give you that Christmas cheer with a good dise of love and romance.

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  • 10-14-20

Delightful book

I really enjoyed this. Great story and narration, and heart warming without being cheesy. I felt connected with the characters and absorbed in the story.