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My True Love Gave to Me

My True Love Gave to Me Alexander Norton loathes the festive season The revelry of the ton is a reminder of Christmas four years ago when his first love Thomas Bennett broke his heart and fled to New York without a word S

  • Title: My True Love Gave to Me
  • Author: Ava March
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  • Page: 129
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  • Alexander Norton loathes the festive season The revelry of the ton is a reminder of Christmas four years ago, when his first love, Thomas Bennett, broke his heart and fled to New York without a word So when he encounters Thomas at a holiday ball, Alexander is determined not to let on how much he still hurts Thomas has returned for one reason only Alexander Having finaAlexander Norton loathes the festive season The revelry of the ton is a reminder of Christmas four years ago, when his first love, Thomas Bennett, broke his heart and fled to New York without a word So when he encounters Thomas at a holiday ball, Alexander is determined not to let on how much he still hurts Thomas has returned for one reason only Alexander Having finally come to terms with his forbidden desires, he will do whatever he must to convince Alexander to give their love another chance But instead of the happy, carefree man Thomas once knew, Alexander is now hard and cynical Saddened to know he s to blame for the man s bitterness, Thomas resolves to reignite the passion he knows lies hidden behind the wall of disdain28,000 wordsAlso part of the Men Under the Mistletoe Anthology

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    1. Ava March

      Ava March is a bestselling author of sexy, emotionally intense M M historical erotic romances She loves writing in the Regency time period, where proper decorum is of the utmost importance, but where anything can happen behind closed doors With over fifteen works to her credit, her books have been finalists in the Rainbow Awards and More Than Magic contest, and deemed must haves for Historical M M romance by RT Book Reviews readers Visit her website at AvaMarch to find out about her books or to sign up for her newsletter.Blog avamarch Facebook facebook avamarchbooks Twitter twitter ava_march Pinterest pinterest avamarch

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    1. I wanted to hate Thomas, I did. He left Alexander (Sasha) in a painful, cruel way; one that kept Sasha in emotional pain for such a long time. Yet, you have to take into consideration the times and the fear. I still wanted to shake him, but it was a little more understandable as you read on. I loved that Sasha was a changed person due to Thomas' defection and cruelty, and that he didn't just up and jump back into his arms. Sasha was hurt, very deeply. His heart was broken and it changed him. Thi [...]


    2. I have no idea why I have been putting off reading this book for as long as I have. I thought I'd dislike M/M historical romances, but Ava March has made me into a total convert. This Christmas novella pretty much shattered my heart in the opening third of the book, but to give credit where credit is due When March puts you back together, she puts you back together goooooood! The happily ever after in this story was so romantical I was sighing out loud in my apartment. Seriously! Why can't men i [...]


    3. So I somehow missed this while I was binge-reading the rest of this series. I kept wondering why these two were mentioned all the time, and I was so happy to see they had their own story. But honestly, it was MUCH too short. The fourth star is really just for the fact that I *may* have cried along with those two the whole time. This is a very moving, intense second-chance story. Alexander and Thomas meet at university and have all of two months together before Alexander wants to take things to t [...]


    4. 3.5 starsI love my historical romances and this one didn't disappoint. Alex and Thomas the two young lovers have a troubled and angst filled relationship. When they finally reunite and after some highly charged encounters persistence and love pays off. An enjoyable Christmas story even with all the melodrama.



    5. They were idiots and acted like assholes to one anotherd I completely understood where they were both coming from. I felt that their apprehension and misgivings were genuine and believable.My greatest complaint is that I wish it'd been longer and we get more of them living their lives, both together and apart. I wanted to see their initial meetings and tentative explorations. I wanted to see what made Thomas so afraid. I wanted to watch them apart and see Alexander/Sasha grow cold in England, wh [...]


    6. I don't think I've ever read m/m historical erotic romances before and I enjoyed my first experience. I understood that Thomas was scared but I was so angry with him. Furious with him actually, just because he hurt Alexander so much when Alexander was so in love with him. It hurt to read how anguished Alexander was by Thomas quick departure and how much it changed him as a person.But I was happy when they finally made up. They both deserve to have some happiness and spend a lifetime with each ot [...]


    7. A simple, but emotionally charged historical romance. Alex and Thomas fell in love as students at Oxford, but Thomas was too frightened to continue their affair and ran away to New York. Four years later, Thomas has realized that he’ll never be able to stop wanting men or loving Alex -- but the Alex he left behind is now very bitter and reluctant to be vulnerable again. Despite the historical setting, the focus is almost entirely on the emotional/sexual aspects of their situation, with lots of [...]


    8. I love this series, yet somehow I managed to miss this one and so I'm reading it last. Doesn't really matter. These guys were mentioned in Fortune Hunter so I went back to read about them, no biggie. I enjoyed it, it's similar to the others but different enough that it doesn't feel like the same book. I actually cried for poor Alexander because it was so heartbreaking. And I liked how much of a dick he was later (you can't just get over that kind of hurt so quickly!) I also thought it made it so [...]


    9. 3.5 StarsThis story was quite good, and was very much in tune with the holiday theme. All about atonement and coming home to make things right.Thomas left Alex four years before without a goodbye or even a word. But from the moment he did, he was sorry. Now he's come back hoping that this is the last Christmas that he has to spend without his Alex. But Alex has very little left of the boy Thomas knew, being abandoned and left with his heart broken as he wasThomas has to make things right, and he [...]


    10. Young Love Written Ever So Sweetly!This book ends my reading for the year 2012, and it is awesome to end the year on a good note❤ Read December 31, 2012The Book~It has a sprinkle of angst after many stolen kisses, and un-expectably a super hot read that is adorably written, and has historical sweetness, that transcended me with ease to the year of 1822, I loved that!Although this is Christmas story of sorts, I believe this treasure can be read during any season of the year, when you need a das [...]


    11. One of my chief guilty pleasures is reading Josh Lanyon's gay romances. This book came in an anthology with one of his, so I decided to try it. It's a regency-period historical m/m romance, with lots of pretty explicit sex and a surprisingly sweet love story. I did get to care about Sasha and Thomas, despite all the sex, angst and drama that threatened to drown the story.Probably best read over Christmas, but ssh. I wasn't allowed to buy it till my essays were done.


    12. I actually read this one after completing the Brook Street Trilogy. And while it isn't my favorite of the series, I did enjoy it. I already know that Bennett and Norton are pretty much going to last forever, but I would be questioning that at the end of this story if I hadn't already read the rest of the series.


    13. This was a holiday story done right. We get to really know Sasha and Thomas and love their Christmas tale. This is a typical setting for Ava March, but it is so good and she does it so right everyngle.time.This book does contain young love heartbreak and then beautiful holiday forgiveness. Enjoy!


    14. This was a lovely story about two young men, one who is certain that the world is his for the asking- including forbidden love, and another who is sure that his love is damned. It could have been a novel, but it's a short story for the holidays, and as such it is perfect. Heartwarming, hot, and in keeping with the spirit of the season.



    15. This review was originally published on my blog Joyfully Jay as part of my review of the Men Under the Mistletoe anthologyAlexander Norton and Thomas Bennett are two young men in love. Although Alexander previously shared some stolen moments with other boys at school, Thomas is totally new to a relationship with a man. After sneaking time together, the men decide to take their romance further and travel to Alexander's father's hunting lodge to have a night alone. But when they arrive, Thomas pan [...]


    16. 4.25 starsWhen they were just nineteen, Thomas Bennett broke Alexander Norton’s heart when he flew from him in what was supposed to be the happiest night of Sasha’s life. Now, four years later, Thomas is back to mend his mistake and get the love of his life back. But maybe it is too late for them…This was so beautiful! It broke my heart, it made me suffer, just to mend it completely at the end… Thomas and Sasha met at Oxford and started a relationship, to the utter happiness of sweet Sas [...]


    17. The title actually could not be more accurate. Keep that in mind. ;)We have Alexander (or Sasha as his love calls him) and Thomas (his love) and these two young men are dealing with all of the societal difficulties and legal restrictions that were entrenched during this time period. How March continually manages to handle all of this while giving us what is essentially a true love story, I’m still amazed, and want more.Her ease with words and dialogue, particularly for the times, is definitely [...]


    18. Sasha (Alexander to everyone else) is in love with Thomas. He thinks the feeling is mutual. All they have had are stolen moments at school, but Sasha wants more. After a steamy tryst in a carriage, they decide to take a trip to Sasha's father's Hunting Cabin for some privacy. However once they get there, Thomas can't proceed and walks out of Sasha's life. Breaking Sasha's heart and spirit in the process. Of course this all happened on Christmas Eve or Christmas Eve Eve, never really figured that [...]


    19. Ava March alread did better books I mean, at first, I thought this would be different and cooler, because the story beggins in Thomas and Sacha's youth And I'm not even gonna mention how much space for desenvolving that exists on the plot. Sacha's lover could be more attached to him, for example. Thomas could've done more for Sacha as he apologized. God, he deserved to suffer more!!Now the good things. I was touched by the way Ava described Sacha's fellings towards Thomas' abandon. I almost coul [...]


    20. 3.5 starsI'm not a fan of historicals but I enjoyed reading this one.This story is little bit of bittersweet with a happy "ending", I don't know if it is a HFN or a HEA.What I don't like about historicals is the uncertainty of the relationship, I would love for the couple to live happy for ever and ever, but because of the time (1821) I know that their time together is hardAnyway Ava March always delivers good stories and I liked this Christmas tale.



    21. Very good historical holiday m/m romance about young love, fear, and trying for a second chance, even if you're not sure you deserve one.


    22. Historical novella with a strong emotional punch. You feel the pain as these two former lovers try to reconnect. No one does M/M historical like Ava March.




    23. I know, I know’s NOT Christmas! But what the hell? I do as I please and this pleases me.Overall book rating: 3.5Audio Book: L.B. TownsendBook Cover: 2.5 I’m not that big on historical, but I did enjoy this one. It caught me in the right mood so to speak. Lots of little sweet things, like the way Thomas calls Alexander “Sasha” I don’t know why but I really liked that. Short, sweet and LB Townsend did a good job on the audio.I did the Anthology audio for "Men under the Mistletoe" on this [...]


    24. I listened to this as part of the Men Under the Mistletoe audiobook. I liked it well enough (I definitely appreciated that there was some attention paid to the mores of the time), and it did end with enough happiness, but it also had a thread of revenge and "make him suffer" that wasn't exactly the cheerful vibe the book cover and description had me prepped for.



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