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The holiday spirit has forsaken Simon Harris. A recent reminder of the man who used then left him sends lonely Simon on a glum visit to his club to while away a few hours. A breath of fresh air in the form of Christopher Andrews is about to enter his stale life.
Performer of many talents and faces, Christopher gained entrée into the club to win money at cards. Unfortunately, he’s losing. But the evening needn’t be a complete disappointment as he strikes up a friendship with a gentleman which ends in a bedroom.
Simon and Christopher enjoy a few hours of pleasure together, never expecting to see each other again, but Simon’s newfound resolution to change might just transform both their holidays.
Get a sneak peek at Summer Devon, Bonnie Dee's Simon and the Christmas Spirit (available November 8, 2015) with an exclusive excerpt of a selected scene.
“It’s nice to see you, sir. And may I wish you a happy Christmas, sir,” the porter said.
“It’s not for two days yet,” Simon muttered. The porter looked as if he was about to apologize. Simon quickly added, “and a happy Christmas to you as well. Of course. Thank you. Send round a brandy, if you please?”
Feeling even more churlish, Simon walked to the club’s cardroom. Smoke hung in the air, too much tobacco plus an ancient fireplace that refused to draw properly. The furnishings in this room were scratched and water marked, though clean, except he could see that one of the deer heads decorating the wall had dusty antlers. Many of the stuffed animal heads had sprigs of evergreens perched on them like sloppy hats. No doubt a few drunken, younger members had managed that.