Will friends become lovers this Christmas?
People joke that Etienne and I are boyfriends, but whatever.
Sure, I think about him all the time—he’s my best friend. If I’ve missed him way more than I expected when he left to train with a new skating coach, that’s because he’s so easy to hang with. And yeah, he’s gay, but he’s not into me. Why would he be? I’m straight.
We’re not boyfriends.
But now Etienne needs me, so I’m rushing to the mountain village where he’s skating in a holiday show. That’s what best friends do.
I know Sam will never like me the way I like him.
Never love me the way I love him.
But now that my competitive skating career might be suddenly ending, I need my best friend by my side. Thank god Sam’s spending the holidays with me.
It’s okay that he’ll never love me back.
It’s okay that there’s only one bed in this cozy little cabin.
We’re best friends. Nothing’s going to happen.
Only One Bed by Keira Andrews is a gay Christmas story featuring friends to lovers, forced proximity, bisexual awakening, first times, snowy holiday vibes, and of course a happy ending.
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“Only One Bed is a warm, sexy, friends-to-lovers, bisexual awakening story with a cheerful Christmas vibe. I adored the MCs and secondary characters, especially Sam’s grandma, who was a hoot.”
~ Daniela, Gay Romance Reviews
“This was so stinkin’ cute! Sam is adorable in his cluelessness and Etienne is equally adorable in his trying to keep his feelings for his best friends hidden and at bay!”
~ Vania Demaria, BookBub
The relationship between Sam and Etienne is written so incredibly well. From the beginning, you can believe that these two are best friends and that they have been for years…. Unlike some friends to lovers, these boys do have a few awkward moments. The first kiss is delicious because of it. The times they’re together are spent laughing and it just feels incredibly genuine. They don’t instantly have everything together just because they give into the new realization. And Sam’s bi-panic during his bi-awakening? As a bisexual reader, I felt so very seen.”
~ Sarah C, Goodreads
“The friends to lovers was nicely done—it was sweet and low angst and felt perfect.”
~ Shannon Mae, Goodreads