Mi Alma: A Christmas Romance
A bartender and a former Mormon missionary fall in love over hot chocolates. That’s the magic of Christmas. …
Ex-Mormon Alma doesn’t know the first thing about alcohol, so he hires bartender Damian to help out at his office party. Their friendship simmers with sexual tension—and possibly something much deeper.
A really great story that captivated me right from the start and kept me smiling until the end.Elaine White, author of The Cellist
I love a meet-cute. They don’t come much lovelier than the one in this story, and that was just the beginning of a hot, all-embracing short that had me smiling for many, many hours after I’d finished reading.
This story was previously released in November 2015 with a different cover. Mi Alma is also available as part of the anthology Falling Hard.
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Reviews of Mi Alma
It’s a light sweet read and the characters are both likeable … Liked that there was no sense of family angst despite Mormon and Catholic religions coming into play.
14 thoughts on “Rainbow Snippets: “Hijo de mi alma” means “child of my soul””
Triggering good memories, I hope
Yes! Bittersweet, since his mother is no longer around, but we learn more about her in the story and they had a good relationship.
I can identify with this snippet and wanting to stay in touch with your root which is hard these days.
Tell me about it. Though half the time I can’t even figure out what my roots are 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!
I love the way he reacts to the word.
Thank you! I have a similar reaction to some words from my childhood.
As someone not born in this country, whose parents are on an island far away, I totally understand the feelings portrayed here.
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Such a sweet scene! <3
Now I’m looking forward to him finding out who Alma is… lovely beginning, with all that potential.
Thanks so much! I hope you get a chance to read the story. 🙂