Title: Two Ruined Christmas Eves
Author: Chris McHart
Release Date: November 30th 2015
Genre: Holiday, mm romance, short story
It’s Christmas Eve, and folk music star Jonas is on his way to the most important gig of his career, the Volksmusik Stadl. Well, he would be if heavy snowfall hadn’t stopped him on the highway.
Fritz has to accompany his grandparents to the biggest folk music event in southern Germany, the worst punishment for a metal fan, especially on Christmas Eve.
When these two men meet at the concert after-party, sparks fly. Will this Christmas Eve be something special after all?
Finally, Fritz rested his chin on Jonas’s shoulder. “This okay?” he murmured.
Fritz closed his eyes and pressed a kiss to Jonas’s shoulder, just above the neck of his shirt. He lingered there on the soft skin, reluctant to remove his lips. Jonas turned his head, and Fritz looked up again. They were only a hairsbreadth apart. Just a tad more… Fritz gave in to the urge, and their lips finally touched.
Fritz pressed himself against Jonas, holding him close while they kissed. His hands were on Jonas’s front, roaming up and down the tight stomach and muscled chest while he pressed against Jonas’s back, letting him feel how much the idea of getting it on excited him. The kiss was awkward and sloppy, yet so good. Their tongues met and danced, with Fritz grinding his his groin against Jonas’s ass. He really liked the turn this evening had taken.
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About the Author
I’m a writer of M/M romance and M/M erotic romance from Germany.
I’ve always had stories in my head, but a while ago I allowed them to get out and on paper. Looks like it has been a good decision, although the more stories I write, the more I have in my head. Maybe I’ll have all of them out someday, and there’ll be nothing more to write, but for the next years, I don’t see that coming.
When I’m not writing, I spend time with my family (I have the best husband EVER) and try to keep all my animals happy. I also enjoy gardening and cooking, although I’m still looking for someone to clean up afterwards. And, of course, I love reading, whenever I have a quiet moment.
Writing and reading is my break from everyday stress and I hope you join me!
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