It’s Christmas time, and lovers Chase and Raylan are apart. Chase is playing gigs near home to make ends meet, while Raylan is off travelling and taking photos of rock stars and celebrities. As if it didn’t suck enough being apart at this time of year, Chase’s musical creativity is totally sapped when his Muse isn’t around – which is just another reason he’s desperate for Raylan to come home. Add that to the weird phone calls, and Chase is hugely relieved and delighted when Raylan is given some time off so they can actually spend the festive season together.
The trouble is, they’re both incredibly dramatic guys, so they get into arguments easily and waste time fighting over stupid things instead of spending quality time together. Can they get over their insecurities and outside influences and reaffirm their feelings for one another before it’s too late?
Overall, I thought this was a pretty enjoyable novella. Admittedly, I didn’t engage with either of the main characters very well, but I felt the storyline was realistic, and other than the parts where the guys argued, it was a fun and very sexy story. If you enjoy m/m love stories with elements of BDSM, then you should add Believe to your to be read pile.Powered by Sidelines