Angel Voices by Rowen Speedwell

31129139On a frigid winter night, college freshman Will stumbles into the shelter of a church during choir practice. His father has just discovered that Will is gay, and has beaten him and thrown him out of the house. But right now Will’s interested only in getting warm.
Will’s college roommate Quinn is a soloist in the choir, which is practicing for a Christmas program. He discovers Will in the church—and his friend’s condition. Will, who has grown up in a repressed environment, including church school, an abusive father and a passive mother, is taken aback by Quinn’s enthusiasm and determination to take care of him.
Does Will have a future after all, especially one that will include Quinn?

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1I really enjoyed this short, sweet holiday romance. It’s only the second book I’ve read by Rowan Speedwell, and so far I haven’t been disappointed.

The description pretty much says it all. Will’s basically lost it all… his family, his scholarship, his hope. Because of Quinn, Angel Voices turns into the perfect Holiday read because the main thing he provides is hope. There are a few surprising little twists that prove that not everything is quite as hopeless as it may seem.



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