It should have been the best Christmas
ever for Thomas and Matt. A trip to Hawaii, Christmas at
Black Point with their family, and in just over a month,
their baby is due. But right from the start things go
wrong. Presents for their niece go missing and drama with
Matt’s brother threaten their vision of a peaceful holiday.
To top it all off, something’s off with their baby’s birth
mother. When Thomas goes to investigate, he finds himself
kidnapped by fanatics who oppose his and Matt’s impending
fatherhood. It’ll take a Christmas miracle for this holiday
to end happily.
Matt and Thomas feel the full hit of Murphy’s Law in
Black Point Christmas. Their wish for an idyllic
Christmas is foiled almost from page one, but trust in A.J.
Llewellyn and D.J. Manly to make everything right in the
end. Matt and Thomas are the same as they ever were, as are
Matt’s loving but slightly madcap family. New ground isn’t
broken in Black Point Christmas. Rather, the
book seems like a lovely visit with old friends for those
who already adore the Black Point series. For readers new
to the series, most of the Black Point books can be read on
their own. However, in the case of Black Point
Christmas, I recommend reading at least the previous
Black Point book, Black Point Surrendered, first, as
storylines from that book spill over into this one. All in
all, I enjoyed Black Point Christmas and look
forward to seeing what’s next for Thomas and Matt.