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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Mariah the Christmas Moose by Andrew Grey



Mariah the Christmas Moose by Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Short Story (45 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Rosemary

Kyle’s mother thinks he’s crazy. He’s just moved from Florida to Anchorage, Alaska for an elementary school teaching job. In December. She may not be far off base. Spooked by a “monster” outside his new house, Kyle calls for the police, only to discover that his attacker is a moose named Mariah. More visits from the moose yield more visits from the same sexy policeman, and the two men explore ways to stay warm in the frozen North.

Schoolteacher Kyle Feller and policeman Russell Upton are brought together by a mischievous matchmaking moose in Andrew Grey’s holiday short story, Mariah the Christmas Moose.

New to Anchorage, Alaska, Kyle panics when he discovers Mariah in his backyard, and he phones the police for assistance. Sexy Russell responds to the call, and Kyle feels an immediate attraction to the burly officer. Subsequent meetings between the two men lead to a romantic and hot first date.

This sweet and sexy short story is a delightful beginning for the burgeoning romance between Kyle and Russ. It is a humorous and quick read with immensely appealing characters. Mr. Grey keeps the mood light and angst free as Mariah works her Christmas magic.

Mariah the Christmas Moose is a light conflict free short story, and Andrew Grey draws a beautiful picture of Anchorage, Alaska. Mariah steals the show as she acts as an unwitting matchmaker for Kyle and Russell.

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