Bells and Whistles The Twelve Days of Christmas #8 by Liza Kay Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance Print Length: 68 Pages Publisher: eXtasy Books Publication Date: December 13, 2019
Two men, a smart little girl, and a pet cow…
Ballet dancer Jamie has never fit in with his loud and brash blue-collar family. They grudgingly accepted him being gay, but when Jamie’s father finds him wearing one of his sister’s dresses, Jamie ends on his best friend’s sofa. An ad for a female live-in nanny position in rural Kansas seems like a Christmas gift from above and a solution to his homelessness. Never mind that Jamie knows nothing about farm life. Or cows. Or kids. At least he knows how to rock a dress.
Ben Franklin—yes, his parents are crazy like that—is a dairy farmer in desperate need of female assistance. At least that were his mother’s last words before she left for Florida with her new husband. All Ben knows is raising cattle. Now he’s tasked with raising his niece Charlie as well. The last thing Ben expected when he placed an ad for a nanny was to develop confusing feelings for the beautiful Janie.
With a little Christmas magic, the help of a pet cow, and a mischievous little girl, two men might find the true meaning of home, family, and love.
Liza grew up in a tiny village in Germany, the kind where you know everybody and everybody knows you. She migrated to a bigger town to attend college, although her parents often wonder if she really moved out. Now, with a degree in her pocket, she's perfectly capable of working as a librarian. Never one to do what's expected of her, Liza currently browses different branches of employment.
She started writing in college when she found herself unable to ignore the guys living in her head any longer. And to distract herself from the stifling, non-fiction stuff taught in class. Liza is really fond of the dudes whispering in her mind—no matter if handsome or flawed, big or small, sulky or easy-going. They all deserve love and their HEAs.
When she's not writing, you can find her curled up with a good book and a cup of tea, a cat in her lap, or a camera at the ready.