The Christmas Throwaway gets 6th place in the Rainbow Awards Best Gay Contemporary Romance category

I'm really pleased that The Christmas Throwaway has received an honourable mention and 6th place in the Rainbow Awards Best Gay Contemporary Romance category.

From the awards page:

'From the first chapter, the author draws you into the story and you cannot put the book down until the very end. I like how the author described just enough about the setting and did not bog it down with a description of everything. You still got the feel of the people of the town and the feeling of the season. Oh wow! I just can't say enough about the characters. Plain and simple, every now and then a reader can come across a story and you FEEL what the characters are feeling and that is exactly how I felt reading this story. -- Rachel '

*A special thank you to Elisa for running the awards and to Silver Publishing for all their hard work in promoting and supporting their authors*

Blurb:

Christmas is a time for giving - what do you do when no one gives a damn?
For Zachary Weston Christmas means sleeping on a churchyard bench in the freezing snow with nothing better in his future. Thrown out of his home for being gay, he is left without money or, it seems, anywhere to go. Until a stranger shows him that some people do give a lot more than a damn.

Ben Hamilton is a rookie cop in his small home town. He finds a young throwaway, fresh from the city, sleeping on a bench in the churchyard on a snowy Christmas Eve. Can he be the one to give Zachary his own Christmas miracle?

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