Sebastian's ideal Christmas looks nothing like his picture-perfect childhood experiences, but neither should it be spent wandering the cold streets alone and homeless.
Cody has no time for the holidays if he wants to eat. He needs a new model for his next commission--and he needs him now.
Seb can't go home and Cody's model took his pay and left. Both men are in dire straits, so when they meet over soup-kitchen chili they each see the answer to their problems in the other.
They never expected more than a means to an end, but now, that perfect Christmas might be as simple as seeing what's right in front of them.
"If you like stories that go from bad to much better, if two men who struggle finding a way out of their misery is your thing, and if you’re looking for a sweet Christmas story with a touch of secrecy, then you will probably like this novella."
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