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All I Want For Christmas

3.71  ·  Rating Details  ·  21 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
From six-pack abs to extra-large love, a reason to believe or chance to get holidazed, these boys of the season aren't afraid to ask Santa to bring them everything they want for Christmas...and then some...
Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Kensington
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Kevin
Aug 28, 2015 Kevin rated it it was amazing
Four of Kensington's most popular gay novelists contribute novellas to this collection of holiday-themed fiction that should fulfill most stocking-stuffer requirements.

In Jon Jeffrey's "He'll Be Mine by Christmas Morning," self-absorbed magazine editor Carson St. John goes to great lengths (including hiring a dating coach to critique his personality traits) to woo Callum Fox, a consumer trends forecaster who recently "pulled a Sandy from Grease" (i.e. transformed himself from a chunk to a hunk)
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Aaron
Dec 26, 2008 Aaron rated it really liked it
This book is a collection of four Christmas-themed novellas with gay protagonists. I actually picked up the book because I am a big fan of one of the author's (William J. Mann) included in the collection and was looking forward to read another piece by him.

The first storry was called "He'll Be Mine by Christmas," and it was written by Jon Jeffrey. In this tale, Carson St. John, a self-centered fashionista and editor of the gay men's magazine, BFM, has been given the opportunity to get a big pro
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manatee
May 06, 2011 manatee rated it really liked it
Two of the stories were boring and formulaic, but An Extra Large Christmas by Chris Kenry and If You Believe by William J. Mann were surprisingly well-written. An Extra Large Christmas is a witty, charming and laugh-out-loud story about photographer Frank Molloy who hides an embarassing secret. Although Frank is known for his airbrushed photos of perfect boys, Frank likes men of girth. He is currently in love with AL, the portly UPS man who delivers packages to his door. But, too ashamed to adm ...more
Rosie
Mar 10, 2015 Rosie rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m, read-again
The four stars are for the William J Mann story. The others were more a two or three....
Lori Ehrman
This wasn't a bad collection. The 3rd and 4th stories being the better of the 4.
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