Sunday, December 30, 2018

Miracle on Three Kings’ Day by Beth Laycock – Warmest Wishes


Levi’s family knows he needs to find a way out of his funk and be a part of the world again. His brother, Jesse, invites Levi to join him in sunny Spain for the holidays, but a delay at the airport finds Levi at Jesse’s home while his brother is stranded in Scotland. Luckily Alejandro—Alex—is on hand with a key, a friendly smile, and a willingness to keep Levi company. He might even manage to draw Levi out of his shell for some mutual flirting.

Levi surprises himself when he accepts an invitation to spend New Year’s Eve with Alex at Alex’s café, but is he ready for more when it means jumping back into life feetfirst? Besides, with an ocean between them and Alex hiding a part of his life that Levi isn’t sure he can handle, they’ll need their own Three Kings’ Day miracle to stay together.

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Advent Calendar Day 30

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Ruthie☆☆☆
This is a short story which takes grieving Levi across the pond to Spain, to stay with his brother. Unfortunately, snow hampers Jesse's return and Levi is left to his own devices. I liked how we were brought the seasonal weather, even when in a Mediterranean holiday town – and the local custom of celebrating the Three Kings' added culture to the start of a very sweet romance. Levi needed the patience that Alex possessed thanks in part to his parenthood, and he needed the confidence that he would be there as he worked through his issues.

There is definitely a feel-good factor to this Advent story – do give it a read!



Beth Laycock’s books are influenced by her time living overseas as well as the gritty, urban landscape of the north of England where she grew up. She has been reading romance since she was old enough to tell herself that line every book lover does—just one more chapter.

As a teenager, she attempted to write her first novel, and many more since then are still gathering dust on her bookshelf. It wasn’t until she discovered the M/M genre that her muse showed up and refused to quit telling her stories about beautiful men finding love together. She hasn’t stopped scribbling them down since. Beth’s muse usually shows up when she is in the shower, is allergic to cleaning, rarely lets her watch TV, and insists she drinks copious amounts of coffee so she can turn caffeine into words.

When not writing or reading, Beth can be found procrastinating on social media or being dragged around the English countryside by her dog Freddie.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Warmest Wishes: Miracle on Three Kings’ Day by Beth Laycock to read and review.

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