Thursday, November 12, 2015

Holiday Stories by Riley Hart


I've always wanted to write a holiday story. There's something really special about reading them. They just make me feel good, and help to put me in the holiday season.

The problem was no matter how much I wanted to write one, I never really had a story come to me. I've tried to think on one before but it feels like the harder I try to think of a new story idea, the more I struggle to come up with one. It just has to happen organically.

This year? This year it happened and I'm SO excited about it. We're heading back to Blackcreek Colorado to check up on Noah and Cooper, Wes and Braden and Gavin and Mason.


This December it's time to go back...

Wes and Braden

Braden plans a surprise weekend getaway for him and Wes. Two days alone in a cabin with his husband? There’s no telling what kind of trouble they can get into. Wes isn’t fooled though. He knows this weekend is about more than just a sexy escape. When Braden lets him in on what he has planned, it has the potential to change their lives forever.

Gavin and Mason

It’s the start of winter break and Gavin is looking forward to spending it working at Creekside with Mason…only he realizes that’s not the only thing he wants. He sets out on a path to give Mason the surprise of a lifetime, and the end result is a night neither man will ever forget.

Noah and Cooper

Cooper is determined to start a new holiday tradition. He’s planned an ugly sweater party that will go down in Blackcreek history. Not even Noah realizes everything he has in store for the night. If Coop can pull it all off without a hitch, the party will either be a huge success, or the biggest mistake of his life.

Three couples, three major life events. It’s a December to remember for all our men in Blackcreek.

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There are no words to express how much fun I had hanging out with the guys in Blackcreek again. It put me in the mood for holiday stories even more, so I'm looking for recommendations. What are some of your favorite holiday reads?

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