Author: Z. Allora
Publisher: Rocky Ridge Books
Pages/Word Count: 125 Pages
Rating: 4 Stars
Blurb: What do erotic sex toys and Hanukkah have to do with each other?
Absolutely nothing unless you’re a member of the famous rock band The Dark Angels and the shy but kinky Robin gives gifts that guarantee to spice up the holidays!
Each couple makes the most of these unique gifts blending love and orgasmic fun to REALLY celebrate the holidays.
Review: The holiday season is about family and friends, about building traditions and then sharing them with the people we love. For The Dark Angels boys, it’s also about having fun and sex and about having fun having sex. The eight days of Hanukkah means not only learning about why the holiday is celebrated in the Jewish faith but also gives Robin and Josh the chance to make the other guys’ observance of the Festival of Lights a bit more lighthearted, and without a doubt, a lot hotter.
As with the previous three books in this series, Z. Allora tempers the erotic elements with deeper issues about life, love and family. Dare is facing some doubts and asking some internal questions about his relationship with Angel, where it stands and how sturdy the foundation is upon which he’s planning a life with the man.
Guardian angel and patriarch of this band of brothers, Uncle Leo, and his prodigal son Sean, also figure into the storyline. Jack is another of the lost sheep Uncle Leo has shepherded, helping Jack find his way back to sobriety after years of drug addiction. The prodigal and the found sons have underlying issues that are brought to the fore in this installment of the series, issues which, of course, includes a heaping dose of sexual tension between them, and I hope means Jack and Sean will get their own book somewhere along the way. Or, if not, at least a deeper story treatment in another couple’s book.
All of the couples are visited briefly in this short novel, each given their own private moments to steam up our e-readers as virtual voyeurs. One of the storylines I’m looking forward to, that of Dusty’s and Justin’s brothers, Zack and Andrew, was again teased at in Happy Holidays, but only just enough to promise that when Z. Allora gets around to them, it’s going to be angsty and sexual tension will run high.
This series explores sexuality, challenges labels, and is a fast and flirty and, as always, erotic treat to get lost in for awhile. If you’re looking for a way to spice up the season, The Dark Angels deliver Happy Holidays with a lot of smiles, a few laughs, and a couple of tugs at the heartstrings just for good measure.
You can buy Happy Holidays (The Dark Angels: Book Four) here: