Hot Best Seller

Miracle

Availability: Ready to download

“Don’t go yet. Stay here, with me.” Newly-divorced at forty, Pete Miele’s life didn’t go as planned. When he stumbles into dating men by showing enthusiastic, twenty-four-year-old newcomer Nick around Hidden Creek, can he endure the judgment of old friends?Coming out cost Nick Mitchell his degree, so his family exiled him at Thanksgiving. Running away to advertise Hidden “Don’t go yet. Stay here, with me.” Newly-divorced at forty, Pete Miele’s life didn’t go as planned. When he stumbles into dating men by showing enthusiastic, twenty-four-year-old newcomer Nick around Hidden Creek, can he endure the judgment of old friends?Coming out cost Nick Mitchell his degree, so his family exiled him at Thanksgiving. Running away to advertise Hidden Creek as a gay tourist gem could help him start a new life. If only it could be with kind and chivalrous Pete. But blood is thicker than water, and he has to go home someday, right?One sings Jingle Bells and one says humbug, and that’s just the beginning of their differences. When Nick and Pete are drawn together, they start to realize their problems might be in their own heads… but that makes them all the harder to fix. Can Christmas bring both men the miracle they need? Welcome to Hidden Creek, Texas, where the heart knows what it wants, and where true love lives happily ever after. Every Men of Hidden Creek novel can be read on its own, but keep an eye out for familiar faces around town! This book contains a flying plate of cookies, a protective hunk of a farmer, and several ugly Christmas sweaters.


Compare

“Don’t go yet. Stay here, with me.” Newly-divorced at forty, Pete Miele’s life didn’t go as planned. When he stumbles into dating men by showing enthusiastic, twenty-four-year-old newcomer Nick around Hidden Creek, can he endure the judgment of old friends?Coming out cost Nick Mitchell his degree, so his family exiled him at Thanksgiving. Running away to advertise Hidden “Don’t go yet. Stay here, with me.” Newly-divorced at forty, Pete Miele’s life didn’t go as planned. When he stumbles into dating men by showing enthusiastic, twenty-four-year-old newcomer Nick around Hidden Creek, can he endure the judgment of old friends?Coming out cost Nick Mitchell his degree, so his family exiled him at Thanksgiving. Running away to advertise Hidden Creek as a gay tourist gem could help him start a new life. If only it could be with kind and chivalrous Pete. But blood is thicker than water, and he has to go home someday, right?One sings Jingle Bells and one says humbug, and that’s just the beginning of their differences. When Nick and Pete are drawn together, they start to realize their problems might be in their own heads… but that makes them all the harder to fix. Can Christmas bring both men the miracle they need? Welcome to Hidden Creek, Texas, where the heart knows what it wants, and where true love lives happily ever after. Every Men of Hidden Creek novel can be read on its own, but keep an eye out for familiar faces around town! This book contains a flying plate of cookies, a protective hunk of a farmer, and several ugly Christmas sweaters.

30 review for Miracle

  1. 5 out of 5

    ⊱✿⊰ Alicia ⊱✿⊰

    4 Love is Love Stars Okay, so I picked this up thinking it would be a quick steamy m/m Christmas read especially with how it started! Well I was very wrong both is a good way and bad. This was a very sweet story, it had a strong plot that drew me in straight away. I enjoyed everything from the great characters to the lovely small town of Hidden Creek. I loved Pete, he is a 40 year old man who is just discovering himself after a very friendly divorce. He is a little grumpy and at times seems to 4 Love is Love Stars Okay, so I picked this up thinking it would be a quick steamy m/m Christmas read especially with how it started! Well I was very wrong both is a good way and bad. This was a very sweet story, it had a strong plot that drew me in straight away. I enjoyed everything from the great characters to the lovely small town of Hidden Creek. I loved Pete, he is a 40 year old man who is just discovering himself after a very friendly divorce. He is a little grumpy and at times seems to be a little confused in what he wants in life. He has always thought he was bi and now he wants to explore that side of his sexuality but he's a little scared. Then the flamboyant, Christmas sweater wearing Nick comes to Hidden Creek and Pete is pretty sure he now knows what he wants now. Nick is running from a life that was slowly destroying him and a family that treated him like shit! He hears of a sweet little gay friendly town and comes up with a plan to start up his own LGBT travel info blog. This is a sweet love story between two men who both have struggled with who they are but manage to find themselves in each other. I really enjoyed the story and writing, I would have liked it if it was a little steamier but it is a lovely story about love winning.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tanya

    I could NOT have asked for a better story for Uncle Pete. Not only do we see Pete grow into himself as a 40 year old divorced man, we see him help some young men along the way. Nick, "ran" away from home, well as much as a 24 year old can. Not only is he learning how to be an "adult" but also following his heart instead of his head. Due to not wanting to spoil too much, Chad makes another appearance but let's just say he now needs a book for himself, maybe just maybe he will take the advice Pete I could NOT have asked for a better story for Uncle Pete. Not only do we see Pete grow into himself as a 40 year old divorced man, we see him help some young men along the way. Nick, "ran" away from home, well as much as a 24 year old can. Not only is he learning how to be an "adult" but also following his heart instead of his head. Due to not wanting to spoil too much, Chad makes another appearance but let's just say he now needs a book for himself, maybe just maybe he will take the advice Pete provides him and we see him in our new town. This couple gives us a few good laughs but the "will you stay and be my boyfriend" scene is probably my favorite, here is a snippet of it "Nick screeched and threw the plate in the air. Thanking God he hadn’t put water in the vase yet, Pete nearly dropped it anyway, catching the vase at the last moment with his fingertips. He scrambled with his other hand to catch the plate and did, but at an angle. Half the cookies hit the floor. With a solid thud, Nick butted heads with Pete in his attempt to flail at the falling cookies like his hands were tennis rackets. He smacked one into the wall, and it left a jam thumbprint mark as it slid down."

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    I love this series of books and am so happy there is another season. This book is terrific. I had been hoping to see a story for Uncle Pete and this does not disappoint. Pete and Nick’s story is sweet, endearing, and entertaining. I laughed, shed a tear or two, and felt the connection between the characters. I’m looking forward to reading the other books in this series. Each book in this series may be read as a stand-alone. There may be appearances from familiar faces and mentions of events that I love this series of books and am so happy there is another season. This book is terrific. I had been hoping to see a story for Uncle Pete and this does not disappoint. Pete and Nick’s story is sweet, endearing, and entertaining. I laughed, shed a tear or two, and felt the connection between the characters. I’m looking forward to reading the other books in this series. Each book in this series may be read as a stand-alone. There may be appearances from familiar faces and mentions of events that may have occurred in another book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Modwena

    Pete is 40, recently divorced and newly out as a bisexual man, although still inexperienced and lacking in confidence. Nick is 24 and in order to escape his abusive family, arrives in town to work on a marketing campaign to put Hidden Creek on the tourist map and start a career for himself in the process. The two men have an instant attraction to each other and although Pete is concerned about the age gap the attraction is too strong to deny. Neither have been in a relationship with a man before Pete is 40, recently divorced and newly out as a bisexual man, although still inexperienced and lacking in confidence. Nick is 24 and in order to escape his abusive family, arrives in town to work on a marketing campaign to put Hidden Creek on the tourist map and start a career for himself in the process. The two men have an instant attraction to each other and although Pete is concerned about the age gap the attraction is too strong to deny. Neither have been in a relationship with a man before and they decide to date but to take things slowly. This book is just so sweet and feelgood. It is lovely watching both characters grow in confidence and while the interaction between Nick and his family are heartbreaking, seeing him find a new family that love and accept him for exactly who he is is an absolute joy. I loved this book and read it in one sitting wih a smile on my face the whole way through. Highly recommend.

  5. 5 out of 5

    jennrubenstein

    I'm so excited that there's a 3rd season of the Men of Hidden Creek series. This is the first time I've read series(es) written by multiple authors like this; how could I resist when several of my favorites were among them (E. Davies included), and I was introduced to several new authors to follow along the way. This first book of it 3rd season is a sweet, thoughtful story. I haven't read the rest of this new season yet, and it can definitely stand on its own, though having the background from t I'm so excited that there's a 3rd season of the Men of Hidden Creek series. This is the first time I've read series(es) written by multiple authors like this; how could I resist when several of my favorites were among them (E. Davies included), and I was introduced to several new authors to follow along the way. This first book of it 3rd season is a sweet, thoughtful story. I haven't read the rest of this new season yet, and it can definitely stand on its own, though having the background from the prior seasons is helpful, and I can't wait to learn more about the people and places briefly referenced - plus one (secondary) character in particular whose continued evolution I'm especially looking forward to. I'm not christian, but I have a soft spot for holiday romances (as long as they're not particularly religious, which this is not). I also generally don't care for significant age gap relationships, but Davies' characters are clearly meant for one another, and their (gay) relationship experience is well matched. I enjoyed this book and can't wait for the rest of the season, the spin-off series referenced in the afterward, and every other book from E. Davies I can get my hands on!

  6. 5 out of 5

    namericanwordcat

    I enjoyed Peter's and Nick's romance. The small town Christmas with a cast of characters from earlier books in the series is a pleasure. Nick is young and I like how this book deals with the mistakes he makes because he is young and more inner focused. Peter is kind and this is a nice depiction of him getting on to his feet after his divorce. They are lovely together. There are moments when some of the town folks seem to act out of character to me but overall a fun Christmas love story. I enjoyed Peter's and Nick's romance. The small town Christmas with a cast of characters from earlier books in the series is a pleasure. Nick is young and I like how this book deals with the mistakes he makes because he is young and more inner focused. Peter is kind and this is a nice depiction of him getting on to his feet after his divorce. They are lovely together. There are moments when some of the town folks seem to act out of character to me but overall a fun Christmas love story.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mrs.V

    The new and final season of the Men of Hidden Creek opens with a lovely and endearing story by the awesome Ed Davies. Pete is a recently-divorced, recently out as bisexual, fourty-year-old man, who's struggling to get his footing in his new life and identity. When 24-years-old Nick arrives in town, on a mission to escape his family and do it by himself, the attraction is instantaneous. They are apparently opposites in every single aspect, but somehow, they find out they match perfectly well! The new and final season of the Men of Hidden Creek opens with a lovely and endearing story by the awesome Ed Davies. Pete is a recently-divorced, recently out as bisexual, fourty-year-old man, who's struggling to get his footing in his new life and identity. When 24-years-old Nick arrives in town, on a mission to escape his family and do it by himself, the attraction is instantaneous. They are apparently opposites in every single aspect, but somehow, they find out they match perfectly well!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mary Gresham

    Another beautifully written story by an author who is fast becoming a favorite of mine. Pete and Nick make the perfect couple, the age difference means nothing, even though a few people in Hidden Creek might have taken exception to that age gap.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Yay we have Uncle Pete's story!! I have been wait and here it is. It is also a Christmas story! This is such a sweet story of Pete and Nick. E. Davies doesn't disappoint in having characters that pull me in and just make me feel so good. Yay we have Uncle Pete's story!! I have been wait and here it is. It is also a Christmas story! This is such a sweet story of Pete and Nick. E. Davies doesn't disappoint in having characters that pull me in and just make me feel so good.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Snorf

    I did not care much for Nick, he was idealistic to the point of naivety, kind of pretentious, and treated the town as a project, and the residents like animals in a zoo. This was eventually called out - but that doesn't mean I enjoyed heading his behavior at all or that I liked him as a character. Pete was a sweetheart, if a bit bland. I hate the whole "influencer culture" bs. I think it's stupid, and people that aspire to be "influencers" are stupid. Which was another point against aspiring gay I did not care much for Nick, he was idealistic to the point of naivety, kind of pretentious, and treated the town as a project, and the residents like animals in a zoo. This was eventually called out - but that doesn't mean I enjoyed heading his behavior at all or that I liked him as a character. Pete was a sweetheart, if a bit bland. I hate the whole "influencer culture" bs. I think it's stupid, and people that aspire to be "influencers" are stupid. Which was another point against aspiring gay-travel influencer Nick. He was immature, and kind of a coward. He "ran away from home" despite being an adult. 45% in I was bored. I didn't care about the plot, or the characters. I had to make myself finish. Also, despite only knowing each other a few weeks, they move at the speed of light as a couple. Seriously, from meeting at the bar to living together in almost no time at all. Slow up, man. No need to fall in love at the drop of the hat. So, all in all, I was bored. I never got resolution on the assholes who were treating Pete like a pedophile because he was dating a younger man. Nick was irritating, Pete was fine, but bland. He didn't have a ton of personality. The plot was fine, but boring. They fell in love awful fast.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Pontiki

    I’ve read many of E. Davies’ books and enjoyed them. Sadly, this one was my least favourite. Pete is trying to figure out how to navigate as a 40 year old, divorced, newly out man in a community that’s known him all his life as straight. Nick has been mistreated by his family and kicked out of his Christian college without graduating because he’s gay. He hears about Hidden Creek and decides to to an online ad campaign to attract LGBT tourists. I like Pete, but Nick, not so much. I feel sad for t I’ve read many of E. Davies’ books and enjoyed them. Sadly, this one was my least favourite. Pete is trying to figure out how to navigate as a 40 year old, divorced, newly out man in a community that’s known him all his life as straight. Nick has been mistreated by his family and kicked out of his Christian college without graduating because he’s gay. He hears about Hidden Creek and decides to to an online ad campaign to attract LGBT tourists. I like Pete, but Nick, not so much. I feel sad for the abuse he’s endured, but his blog seems forced, especially since he doesn’t really OK it with the town, not just individual people. He also makes some judgments about people online, and swamps the town without them being ready. Plus, he’s too Christmassy, which I don’t get. Christmas sweaters all year round? Pete calling him Santa? No. His guilt and facing up to his mistakes is good, but it’s not dealt with well in the story. This novel was a miss for me. KU

  12. 5 out of 5

    Neta

    This story should have all the things I like about M/M romance, and there is a clear choice to deal with hard to deal topics like bi-aversion in both the straight and the gay community, older MC and late coming out. However I just could not get into the story, Pete and Nick were good characters but they just didn't catch my interest, I didn't care for them and just...wasn't into the story. In the end, after considering DNFing a few times, I finished the book after a much longer time then I usuall This story should have all the things I like about M/M romance, and there is a clear choice to deal with hard to deal topics like bi-aversion in both the straight and the gay community, older MC and late coming out. However I just could not get into the story, Pete and Nick were good characters but they just didn't catch my interest, I didn't care for them and just...wasn't into the story. In the end, after considering DNFing a few times, I finished the book after a much longer time then I usually take to read a book this long and feel like I wasted my time a bit. Sorry to say....

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tanja

    This was a charming, heart-warming book of two men who are both lost and have to find their place again: Nick, who has fled his horrible parents, and Pete, who is recently divorced. I am a big fan of this author. He brings the characters to live. They are interesting, with little flaws and sometimes some bigger ones, but they always have heart. And no matter who or what they are, how different they may seem, E. Davies always manages to bring them together in a captivating and natural way. They ju This was a charming, heart-warming book of two men who are both lost and have to find their place again: Nick, who has fled his horrible parents, and Pete, who is recently divorced. I am a big fan of this author. He brings the characters to live. They are interesting, with little flaws and sometimes some bigger ones, but they always have heart. And no matter who or what they are, how different they may seem, E. Davies always manages to bring them together in a captivating and natural way. They just click. That’s exactly what happened with Nick and Pete. One look and they know. Still, it’s a slow-burning romance in a way. They have to find themselves before they can trust their feelings. They have to deal with the past to start living again. They muddle through with some awkwardness, a lot of steam, and plenty of fun. E. Davies has a wicked sense of humor I love. I loved the setting of Hidden Creek, the small town where everyone knows each other, has their opinions, and is not hesitant to voice them. But then again, they also can embrace strangers into their midst. Although Nick always craved a family, he now knows that families come in different shapes and sizes, and it is the heart that matters. This is the first book in the third Hidden Creek Series but can be read as a stand-alone. Each book has their own MCs, but characters from the other books from the series make their appearance.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amy Dufera - Amy's MM Romance Reviews

    Ed Davies' Miracle is an absolutely beautiful and heart-warming Christmas romance. At it's heart, it's about acceptance and finding a real home. The town of Hidden Creek is a wonderful small town where many have found their place. And now it's Nick's time to find his forever home. Nick's escaped from his homophobic parents, fleeing to Hidden Creek in the middle of the night. Meeting Pete, who's 40, recently divorced, and is exploring his homosexuality for the first time, is exactly what the young Ed Davies' Miracle is an absolutely beautiful and heart-warming Christmas romance. At it's heart, it's about acceptance and finding a real home. The town of Hidden Creek is a wonderful small town where many have found their place. And now it's Nick's time to find his forever home. Nick's escaped from his homophobic parents, fleeing to Hidden Creek in the middle of the night. Meeting Pete, who's 40, recently divorced, and is exploring his homosexuality for the first time, is exactly what the younger Nick needs. In addition to finding love, he also finds a passion and acceptance. I love Nick and Pete. Of course I've loved all the Hidden Creek men. Hell, I even love Pete's ex-wife. It's rare for an ex-wife to so openly accept and help her ex. In addition to Nick and Pete being just perfect for each other, they are also a hot and sexy May to December couple! My heart went out to Pete as he was struggling with how to ask a man out for the first time. But, once they get together, they are like magnets. This Ed Davies' contribution to the final season of the Men Of Hidden Creek series is perfectly done. It has all the heart and charm we've come to expect from this small town. It had all the feels and is an endearing Christmas romance.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kendra T

    Uncle Pete was first seen in Orion and Gabe's book in season 1 of the Men of Hidden Creek series. It took a while, but I'm so glad we got his story!!! Pete has been recently divorces, but fortunately it was pretty amicable. He has struggled with getting into the dating scene with me, and finally decides he should go for it after he lays his eyes on Nick. Nick is gorgeous and funny, but also 20 years younger. Pete has a lot of doubts until he spends more time with Nick. Nick comes from a horrible Uncle Pete was first seen in Orion and Gabe's book in season 1 of the Men of Hidden Creek series. It took a while, but I'm so glad we got his story!!! Pete has been recently divorces, but fortunately it was pretty amicable. He has struggled with getting into the dating scene with me, and finally decides he should go for it after he lays his eyes on Nick. Nick is gorgeous and funny, but also 20 years younger. Pete has a lot of doubts until he spends more time with Nick. Nick comes from a horrible family, and comes to Hidden Creek to try to break out on his own. He meets Pete, and feels more comfortable than he ever has. Their relationship was nice and slow as they got comfortable with the idea of being with someone and with Nick deciding whether or not he would stay in Hidden Creek or keep it a passing stop. They were very sweet, and I was glad to revisit Pete and some of the other Hidden Creek characters again. I am voluntarily reviewing an ARC provided by the author

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melanie Rawlinson

    Yay Hidden Creek!! I can’t believe I missed the launch of season 3! These books are soooooo good. This Hidden Creek love story features the lovely Pete Miele, Cora’s son who we have met in previous books. He’s feeling a little alone and conscious of his age following his divorce and coming out as bi. Nick Mitchell, on the other hand, is a newcomer to Hidden Creek and definitely someone who needs the perfect brand of acceptance that this small Texas town provides. It’s lovely to watch these two men Yay Hidden Creek!! I can’t believe I missed the launch of season 3! These books are soooooo good. This Hidden Creek love story features the lovely Pete Miele, Cora’s son who we have met in previous books. He’s feeling a little alone and conscious of his age following his divorce and coming out as bi. Nick Mitchell, on the other hand, is a newcomer to Hidden Creek and definitely someone who needs the perfect brand of acceptance that this small Texas town provides. It’s lovely to watch these two men give each other confidence, and see Nick really start to understand that being accepted and not put down is not a privilege, or something you should never expect to happen. Plus, Christmas. So, y’know, so much jolly. These two aren’t perfect but I really liked and connected with both characters. Lovely Christmassy story and an HEA 😍

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sydney

    Pete and Nick This is the third season of a series of books written by multiple authors, all based in the same fictional town. While you meet Pete and some supporting characters in previous books, this can definitely be read as a stand-alone without confusion. It’s a may/December (age gap) romance set during the holiday season. I enjoyed this book but I’ll be honest, I spent a good portion of the book sad for both the MCs. They both are dealing with depressing situations and while it’s definitely Pete and Nick This is the third season of a series of books written by multiple authors, all based in the same fictional town. While you meet Pete and some supporting characters in previous books, this can definitely be read as a stand-alone without confusion. It’s a may/December (age gap) romance set during the holiday season. I enjoyed this book but I’ll be honest, I spent a good portion of the book sad for both the MCs. They both are dealing with depressing situations and while it’s definitely low angst, I still was feeling rather bummed for each of them. But it was definitely worth it because the happily ever after is truly beautiful. It’s perfectly titled, Miracle, because they both definitely get their miracle!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jaimed

    I love that we got to read Pete's story and I think it is a great read. Pete figured out that he was bi, not all that long ago. He and his wife had both drifted apart and agreed that they were better as best friends. Now he gets to explore a new relationship dynamic. Nick has left home to prove that he can make something of himself and that it isn't wrong to love whoever you want. He has a plan to make Hidden Creek a LGBT destination spot. He and Pete cross paths and are attracted to each other w I love that we got to read Pete's story and I think it is a great read. Pete figured out that he was bi, not all that long ago. He and his wife had both drifted apart and agreed that they were better as best friends. Now he gets to explore a new relationship dynamic. Nick has left home to prove that he can make something of himself and that it isn't wrong to love whoever you want. He has a plan to make Hidden Creek a LGBT destination spot. He and Pete cross paths and are attracted to each other while thinking that neither have a chance with the other. While they learn about each other, they help each other learn more about themselves and explore the local dating scene together. This is a May/December romance with two flawed, but wonderful characters. I received an ARC of this book. This is my honest opinion and review. I enjoyed this story so much that I bought a copy as well.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Crystal

    I am so glad that there is a third season to this wonderful series and that they are holiday books. I always enjoy books by E. Davies and this one was no exception. I absolutely loved this story and getting to revisit some of my favorite men from Hidden Creek. Pete and Nick are perfect for each other and the way their relationship builds from their first interaction to the last chapter was a joyous and loving ride. These two men had to feel their way through being able to put the past behind the I am so glad that there is a third season to this wonderful series and that they are holiday books. I always enjoy books by E. Davies and this one was no exception. I absolutely loved this story and getting to revisit some of my favorite men from Hidden Creek. Pete and Nick are perfect for each other and the way their relationship builds from their first interaction to the last chapter was a joyous and loving ride. These two men had to feel their way through being able to put the past behind them so that their future could be lived to it's fullest. The romance between these two will have you swooning and little Mr Nick will have you giggling all the way to the Christmas store for more decorations. Excellent installment in this series!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Another great add not only to this series but by E. Davies. I'm not one for holiday book but wanted to give it a try this year and all of these are simply amazing and fun. Pete and Nick's story is a old vs young, holiday cheer vs bah humbug, and then love vs love. They met when they both are basically starting over and trying something new, the courage to find themselves in this town. Their connection for me was instant and I wanted to be there for them as they fought to be together. Sexy, fun, Another great add not only to this series but by E. Davies. I'm not one for holiday book but wanted to give it a try this year and all of these are simply amazing and fun. Pete and Nick's story is a old vs young, holiday cheer vs bah humbug, and then love vs love. They met when they both are basically starting over and trying something new, the courage to find themselves in this town. Their connection for me was instant and I wanted to be there for them as they fought to be together. Sexy, fun, add in side characters you'll love and holiday theme and you can't put it down. I voluntarily reviewed an 'Advance Author’s Copy' of this book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dixiecowgirl

    Touching, heart-felt May-December romance that will make you smile. I so enjoyed the characters that were each a struggling a bit with finding themselves. I loved that they both found themselves happier when they were with the other. Both MC's were interesting and very lovable. I so enjoyed the very steamy connection that Pete and Nick devolve and how special they are together. I am absolutely charmed by the characters in this town, that make a reappearance from the previous books. It was fun to Touching, heart-felt May-December romance that will make you smile. I so enjoyed the characters that were each a struggling a bit with finding themselves. I loved that they both found themselves happier when they were with the other. Both MC's were interesting and very lovable. I so enjoyed the very steamy connection that Pete and Nick devolve and how special they are together. I am absolutely charmed by the characters in this town, that make a reappearance from the previous books. It was fun to see then as supporting characters when we know their stories. i highly recommend this story!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Debby

    Miracle (Men of Hidden Creek Season 3#1) was fantastic. The characters Nick and Pete were adorable. Pete, newly divorced and recently come out as bi is trying to get back into the dating world. Problem is that he feels unsure of himself and also feels a little to old for the whole dating scene. Nick is new in town, he's trying to launch himself as a blogger and his topic is LGBTQ friendly towns. When he comes to Hidden Creek he finds a goldmine of cute shops and destinations to write about. The Miracle (Men of Hidden Creek Season 3#1) was fantastic. The characters Nick and Pete were adorable. Pete, newly divorced and recently come out as bi is trying to get back into the dating world. Problem is that he feels unsure of himself and also feels a little to old for the whole dating scene. Nick is new in town, he's trying to launch himself as a blogger and his topic is LGBTQ friendly towns. When he comes to Hidden Creek he finds a goldmine of cute shops and destinations to write about. The two meet by chance in a bar and soon sparks fly. Issues arrive from age, peoples opinions and side affects from Nick's blog but the two persevere to make this a truly enjoyable read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Bo

    Perfect Ending This is the last book in the chapters of the series from E. Davies and it's the best in so many ways that I feel like a skunk starting it off with my usual complaint: The cover completely distorts my idea of what 40-year-old Pete should look like because that sure ain't 23-year-old Nick. In fact, the cover man looks more like a member of the Bolshoi ballet company than a good old boy from a small Texas town. Be that as it may, if you have read the first two in the series you will ge Perfect Ending This is the last book in the chapters of the series from E. Davies and it's the best in so many ways that I feel like a skunk starting it off with my usual complaint: The cover completely distorts my idea of what 40-year-old Pete should look like because that sure ain't 23-year-old Nick. In fact, the cover man looks more like a member of the Bolshoi ballet company than a good old boy from a small Texas town. Be that as it may, if you have read the first two in the series you will get the drift: Confused bisexual meets hot young gay thing and suddenly his life is fulfilled. Of course, like the first two books it takes a while for this concept to take hold in both Pete and Nick, but when it does it's an explosive meet-and-greet (and a few other physical manifestations). The whole reason for Nick moving to Hidden Creek is a bit presumptuous and pretentious and selfish but it fits in with the character of his generation in many respects. That Pete welcomes him in is a serious "oh please" thing, but this is fiction and what the heck, it could happen. Nice ring of stories. I'm on to the second author's contribution to the series. (NOTE to Publisher: You really should make this five separate series to allow us to keep track of the characters in this town).

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sabella

    Pete is trying to figure out how to date after his divorce. To say he is slightly unsure would be an understatement. Nick is in town after running from a family that sees him as less than them. He has a great idea on how to show that he is capable by making Hidden Creek's friendly LGBT+ community known. Both men have missteps but it is a very sweet, romantic and hot story to read. I love how Pete is not what is too often seen when someone is divorced. Nick's struggles coming to terms with how his Pete is trying to figure out how to date after his divorce. To say he is slightly unsure would be an understatement. Nick is in town after running from a family that sees him as less than them. He has a great idea on how to show that he is capable by making Hidden Creek's friendly LGBT+ community known. Both men have missteps but it is a very sweet, romantic and hot story to read. I love how Pete is not what is too often seen when someone is divorced. Nick's struggles coming to terms with how his parents are is heart wrenching.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karen Rich

    Welcome to The Men of Hidden Creek Series 3. Pete has lived in Hidden Creek all his life and after just recently divorced from his wife he realizes that he is Bi. Nick floats into town after leaving his hometown and family due to problems and lands in Hidden Creek to try and bring the tourists to town to promote Hidden Creek. He meets Pete in the local bar and they strike up a friendship and then Pete offers to show him around town and introduce him to the townsfolk. This is a brilliant start to Welcome to The Men of Hidden Creek Series 3. Pete has lived in Hidden Creek all his life and after just recently divorced from his wife he realizes that he is Bi. Nick floats into town after leaving his hometown and family due to problems and lands in Hidden Creek to try and bring the tourists to town to promote Hidden Creek. He meets Pete in the local bar and they strike up a friendship and then Pete offers to show him around town and introduce him to the townsfolk. This is a brilliant start to the 3rd series. I love Ed’s writing and he hasn’t disappointed with this one.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Temberley

    First of all I just want to say that E. Davies has only gotten better with each book that he has written and this one is out standing! This is a beautiful May/December romance that was so delightful. Pete is 40 and freshly divorced. He is a gentleman farmer working with his brothers on the family farm. Nick ran away from his controlling abusive family in Idaho to Hidden Creek where he met Pete. Not going to tell you anymore because that would take away from all the fun surprises. But this is a b First of all I just want to say that E. Davies has only gotten better with each book that he has written and this one is out standing! This is a beautiful May/December romance that was so delightful. Pete is 40 and freshly divorced. He is a gentleman farmer working with his brothers on the family farm. Nick ran away from his controlling abusive family in Idaho to Hidden Creek where he met Pete. Not going to tell you anymore because that would take away from all the fun surprises. But this is a beautiful story with a HEA!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rata Robinette

    Christmas Miracles Pete Miele local farmer is trying to find out who is is after the divorce an being 40. While being at the Phoenix a local LGBT hot spot in Hidden Creek walks in his own fiestive Santa Nick who's 24 an new to town. Can thier 16 year age gap work for more than a one night stand? Are both ready to put thier hearts online for thier own Christmas miracle? Lots of hot M/M love. A bunch of meddling neighbors an there is characters to catch up with from past seasons!! Christmas Miracles Pete Miele local farmer is trying to find out who is is after the divorce an being 40. While being at the Phoenix a local LGBT hot spot in Hidden Creek walks in his own fiestive Santa Nick who's 24 an new to town. Can thier 16 year age gap work for more than a one night stand? Are both ready to put thier hearts online for thier own Christmas miracle? Lots of hot M/M love. A bunch of meddling neighbors an there is characters to catch up with from past seasons!!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    Forty year old Pete meets 24 year old Nick and there the romance starts .. Where markets, Christmas, being over enthusiastic and not thinking that it is okay all gets in their way but......they work it all out with love. Ed Davies is a favorite of mine as he brings all the characters in his books to life. All the characters have a story to tell and all of them are now in my heart .. It is like you know them personally by the end of the book....

  29. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    A Texas Miracle in Time for Christmas E. Davies has taken us back to Hidden Creek! A wonderful community about to be introduced on social media in a big way...via a young man fleeing an abusive family in Idaho. He finds love with an older man who is still learning important things about himself. You'll find yourself laughing, crying and shaking your head as you're transported to a little town with a lot of heart. A Texas Miracle in Time for Christmas E. Davies has taken us back to Hidden Creek! A wonderful community about to be introduced on social media in a big way...via a young man fleeing an abusive family in Idaho. He finds love with an older man who is still learning important things about himself. You'll find yourself laughing, crying and shaking your head as you're transported to a little town with a lot of heart.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Christy Godfrey

    I was so excited to get to revisit the amazing people of Hidden Creek in this 3rd season. Pete and Nick did not disappoint! Nick has big plans for this small, close knit town but didn’t plan on meeting hot and sexy Pete. Pete, who is loyal and supportive through all of Nick’s mistakes and issues with his family. These two men found their miracle in each other.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.