Buddy Holiday

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Buddy Holiday

TJ and MacGowan are back for the second time around.
 
TJ a shapeshifting tomcat is planning on making his relationship with MacGowan a little more permenant by asking him to move in and make it the best Festivus ever for the both of them. But MacGowan is stressing over learning to be a wizard and doesn't seem to have time for TJ. Then add into that the meddling of Water Pixies and friends who have conspicuously gone absent. And don’t forget a psychokitty who likes interfering in TJ's life. It all makes for a lot of stressing on TJ's part but He decides to hold on with all his claws to keep MacGowan and himself together.
 
Tj though during this time learns that home is where the heart is and his is definitely with MacGowan. He plans on hanging on to their relationship as hard as he can.
 
But can he convince MacGowan that he is a good wizard before everything else puts too much doubt into MacGowan?
 
I really liked Buddy Holiday and enjoyed getting back to this world with TJ and MacGowan. It was great to catch up with them and get a peek into their progression. This story is a well-written addition. The first story was a fun read as it had a lot of humor and drama as well as scorching love scense. This second helping had that same satisfying flavor.
 
If you liked the first story you will definitely like this one as well. I recommend it to everyone.

Book Blurb for Buddy Holiday

Genre: LGBT Shape-shifter Paranormal

Length: Novella

T.J.'s a man--okay, a shape-shifting tomcat--with a plan. He intends to ask his wizard lover MacGowan to officially move in with him and make this the best Festivus ever. Unfortunately--or not unfortunately, really--he keeps getting distracted by MacGowan's hot bod. You know how tomcats are. Purrrr.

That aside, T.J.'s got a minefield's worth of hurdles to jump before he can give MacGowan the keys to his apartment. That list includes meddling Nereids, pointedly absent friends, and a Psychokitty with a decided inclination to meddle in the affairs of cats and men. As the cherry on top, MacGowan's almost too busy stressing out over learning to be a "real" wizard to pay attention to T.J.

Still, this tomcat has learned that home is where the heart is, and he's going to hang onto his magical relationship with MacGowan with all four sets of claws, come what may. (And a lot may come, including them if they're lucky).

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.

 


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2010 3.75