Saturday, January 12, 2019

Made in New York - A Christmas Short Story by Ana Newfolk


Isaac’s trip to New York just before Christmas was supposed to serve a single purpose, learn as much as he could about running an LGBT Youth Center to take back home and make those much necessary improvements to the youth center he ran in his native Portugal.

Max’s love of the Christmas season was only surpassed by his love for the LGBT Youth Center he volunteered at, and his job as a nurse. One last speech about sexual education for LGBT young people at risk at a conference in the same center was all that separated Max from getting started with his Christmas celebrations.

Isaac didn’t count on needing to be rescued from a fire by a strapping brown-eyed nurse.

Max didn’t count on Christmas coming early in the shape of a curly-haired man with the most bewitching pair of eyes he’d ever seen.

With 48 hours left in New York, Isaac never thought he’d get an offer he just couldn’t resist.

Suddenly, the chill in the air isn’t enough to stoke the fire that now burns in a completely different way to the one that brought Isaac and Max together.

My Rating - 4 Stars!

Ana Newfolk's Made In New York is a fantastic, fun novella. 

Isaac and Max are amazingly sweet and romantic together. They both found their "person" and have to navigate the fact that they live far apart from one another. 

They do fall in love quickly, but it's written in a tender and romantic way, and their distance makes for an emotional ride. My favorite part is their day spent exploring, NYC, especially the Bryant Park scene. Of course, their scene when they part is tough to read. 

Made In New York is a wonderful tale of finding "the one" but not having enough time together. Don't miss it if you've been reading Ana's series, that started with Made In Portugal, which is superb!

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