Title: New Year’s Shippin’ Eve
Author: Karrie Roman
Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: November 19th, 2018
Page Count: 53
Reviewed by: Kirstin
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
A Holiday Sequel to Shipped
Lucas Evers and Ryan Lowe thought they had it all: successful careers, good friends and, most importantly, each other. The one thing left was to start a family of their own. Now seems a perfect time. The danger that stalked them is in the past, they’ve settled into their celebrity roles and the love between them continues to burn. They’ve signed all the paperwork to adopt a child and now await their longed for child to come along.
Down Under for a traditional Aussie Christmas, Lucas receives some unexpected news they both thought would be months, even years, away. It’s the kind of news that will change their lives forever. What better time to share it with Ryan than New Year’s Eve? As they settle in to watch the fireworks over Sydney Harbour, Lucas tells Ryan the news, knowing that midnight will not just chime in a New Year but also new lives for them both.
New Year’s Eve is their chance to put the past behind them and welcome their future.
This was a quick, fun, emotion packed holiday bonus for anyone who has loved Lucas and Ryan.
From the moment they met at an audition, they’ve become the definition of family to each other. And now they are going to be adding another member to their duo. In all of the excitement of the future, Ryan can’t help but remember his past with his abusive father and shares memories of his struggles to find love. Knowing that they already love a child they’ve never met is difficult when trying to reconcile his own father’s feelings of disgust towards him. But Luke being the devoted, loving man he is, gives Ryan a New Year’s Eve he’ll never forget.
It’s always a treat to get a glimpse into the lives of a couple that you’ve spent so much time falling in love with. Their story was such a powerful tale of love and acceptance and this short addition just cemented that bond. It’s a must read for anyone who feel in love with Lucas and Ryan and want more.