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All is not sparkly snowflakes and sweet candy canes in North Pole City. Office workers Tim and Noel do nothing all day but antagonize each other—petty fighting that might be based on hatred… or a heated mutual attraction.

Mending Noel

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Sort order. Nov 09, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it liked it Shelves: short-story-or-novella , little-to-no-sex-content , cute-fluffy , narrator-so-so , audiobook , fantasy , read-to-review-arc , romance , m-m , holiday-story. A very sweet holiday story I love holiday stories. Little seasonal tales of love and forgiveness never fail to put a smile on my face. This was a really cute audiobook about two North Pole workers. I was actually pretty impressed at the amount of world building involved in this story.

This wasn't just a bunch of elves and Santa in the North Pole. There was a whole class system, a more sinister underbelly, and a polic A very sweet holiday story There was a whole class system, a more sinister underbelly, and a police-type force in this fictional world. I enjoyed the whole light tone of the story, made even better by a very nice narration from Dave Gillies. My small issues with the story came with Noel's behavior. I thought that he was grumpy and juvenile to the point where I didn't see Tim's attraction to him at all.

I wanted more emotion and more begging for forgiveness from Noel. I also thought that Tim was a bit of a wet noodle. He sort of took everything that Noel dished out and didn't have much of a backbone. Though the relationship dynamic between the two of them wasn't the strongest, I was still swept away by the story. It was fun escapism and a very nice way to spend an hour or two. It was a cheery listen and just right for the beginning of the holiday season. View all 10 comments. Dec 06, Julio Genao rated it liked it. This one's just the ticket for any cockles that need warming.

View all 3 comments. Dec 01, Vio rated it really liked it Shelves: cute , sweet , lovely , elves , misunderstandings , i-likey-a-lot , romantic. Tim cut a sad and lonely figure getting the rough treatment from Noel, who picked on him constantly, the twit. Feelings of inadequacy and love always cause misunderstandings but with some sound advice from Jack, Noel comes around, at least Tim gives him a bit of his own medicine. Delightful fantasy and the Rudy and Jack side story was just as appealing. I don't mind the author branching out in a different direction, as long as the historicals keep coming!

View all 7 comments. Dec 06, Meags rated it really liked it Shelves: m-m , romance , magic , buddy-reads , christmas , shorties-less-thanpages , fantasy , dsp-advent-stories. After witnessing some bad guys plotting against Jack the Frost Prince, Tim and Noel are forced into close quarters for their own safety, under the protection of the Rein Dear Squadron leader Rudy. While 4 Stars That was Fun with a capital F! While Tim and Noel are stuck together, emotions run high and each reveal some hidden truths about themselves, including their secret feelings for one another.

I adored this little Christmassy treat! The world building was totally kick ass; I loved how Cochet took so many of the elements we know and love about Christmas and weaved them together to create this fun and cute little story set in the North Pole. I'm seriously excited to read more, particularly where Rudy and Jack are concerned. View all 17 comments. Tim and Noel are elves in North Pole City, and they clash in every which way. When Tim stumbles upon a possible conspiracy, his help is wanted by the prince, Jack Frost himself.

The premise here is definitely pr 3. View all 15 comments. Shelves: sweet , holiday-reads , dreamspinner-pub , m-m-romance , adult , coming-out. Sparkly Sweet Sexiness! Dripping Droplets of Delightful Dudes! Crackling Cinnamon Kisses, Kris Kringle!!!!!! Within two pages I was thinking, "What have I gotten myself into? Happy Holidays!!!!!!!!! View all 23 comments. Well, I thought I was going to get a sweet little holiday read. Tim was depressing in the beginning and Noel was just a mean ass. I think it was just too short for me to really believe in the two of them. Noel does come around but as I said, it was just too short to make me like him.

I liked the writing and it really had the potential to be much better if it was longer.

View all 8 comments. Dec 06, Heller rated it really liked it Shelves: mm-fantasy , mm-holidays. Incredibly adorable and sweet but never overly so, just like the right amount of marshmallows in the hot chocolate kind of sweet. I loved all the characters. I'm still grinning thinking about this book.

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Dec 01, Ami rated it liked it Shelves: mm-romance-or-erotica , mm-fantasy-pnr-futuristic-scifi. I was so used to Ms. Cochet's historical stories, that this story took me by surprised because it was a fantasy albeit one that was familiar myth. The beginning was a bit rough for me to follow; again because I wasn't expecting a fantasy. It started with Tim being grumpy because he was alone at the office filing invoices. I needed a time to adjust my frame of mind, which put a halt on my enjoyment of reading the story.

Tim was a runt, though his father was a heroic toy soldier and his mother was one of the most beautiful sugarplum fairies, Tim didn't possess the right skill or feature to be a hero. But he actually cared for Noel, his supervisor, even if he made Tim's life miserable.

Noel, well. Noel was a jerk at first. He seemed to have it at Tim. But you know how it is, that can be a sign of true love? Turns out that Noel held a secret Because of that, Noel didn't think he was good enough for Tim. The secondary love story between Rudy and Jack Frost, who have been together for more than two centuries was sweet. Added with a sort of conspiracy to kill Jack Frost, in which Tim and Noel ended up helping both Jack and Rudy to uncover the bad guys, it added the sense of adventure to this romance-fantasy.

Again, it was a different offer from Ms. I appreciate the idea. But since it didn't go as smoothly for me to enjoy it, that I suffered from all the confusions, it wasn't enough for my idea of 4-stars reading. PS: No sex. Those who are looking for smut, you will be disappointed. Nov 20, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: mm-holiday-loving. Tim is the sweetest elf ever! Smiles, goodness, and clumsy cuteness aplenty. I want to smother him with kisses! One nippy, snow covered night of danger and mystery send Tim and Noel to places they only dreamed of though. I loved this holiday-ish world filled with magic, gingerbread, elves, Kringles, toy soldiers, and more.

Charlie Cochet creates a land alive with color, smells, and flavors. I could smell and taste the peppermint juleps, cinnamon swirls, and hot cocoa. See the reds and silvers sparkle. Feel the soft robes and warm fires on my skin. I always want more! Pure holiday love and joy! Nov 30, Macky rated it really liked it. Fun with a little twinkle of elf intrigue, some elftastic romance and a dollop of festive fun What's not to love.

Ho ho ho! Nov 17, Susan rated it really liked it. I mean, all I could picture when I was reading a story about elves and living in the North Pole and working for Mayor Kringle was those old school clay-mation holiday films and how everyone looks miniaturized. And having done that, I wanted to hug it. I mean, I get why he was so grumpy. And I think he crossed it with Tim. But Tim, I could hug and squeeze, and hang out with all day long. So yay for this one! View 1 comment. Shelves: audible , gifty , mm-rereads , all-time-favorite-mm , completely-charming , merry-jizzmas , mm-series.

Noel has some issues and he was an angry elf. I was surprised the author was able to make me like him in the end. Great world building and I totally bought into the whole North Pole life. I also immediately bought the sequel. Highly recommended and fun read. ETA - Go listen to the audiobook, like right now! Dec 15, Audrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: man-love , nom-nom-nom-nom-nom-nom-favorites. I adored this book. Grumpy elves. The North Pole. Rudy the Rein Dear. This story basically exploded in Santa jizz all over my Kindle, and I adored every moment of it. The worldbuilding in this story is so fun with cute turns of phrases and clever little plays on words for the various persons and magical beings who inhabit the North Pole and make the magic of Christmas possible.

I just loved stepping into the fantasy world of the North Pole that Mending Noel creates so effortlessly. The M 4. The MC elves were initially a little hard to warm up to for me. We're first introduced to Tim, the beleaguered and down-on-himself office elf who doesn't do anything remotely cool like the cookie bakers or the toy makers.

No, he's an office elf, and to make things worse, his boss Noel treats Tim like Noel has received a coal in his stocking every damn year. Poor Tim. The beauty of this story is that, even though I wasn't warming up too much to Tim OR Noel, the way they resolve their differences -- and the reasons for said differences -- was totally believable in a magical fairy tale kind of way. I even got a little choked up and teary eyed when I found out why poor Noel was behaving the way he was.

It was so sweet, and the way Tim handled everything was even sweeter. Hey, it's a Christmas story, and I can like 'em sticky-sweet if I want to! Mending Noel is a clean romance. That is to say, there are kisses and some light petting, but nothing happens below the belt. I was a little bummed because call me a perv! I wanted to see some hot elf-on-elf action. Alas, I had to make do with my imagination. Even so, this story was perfect for the holidays and a wonderful addition to my Santa jizz arsenal. The premise here is definitely pr 3. View all 15 comments.

Shelves: sweet , holiday-reads , dreamspinner-pub , m-m-romance , adult , coming-out. Sparkly Sweet Sexiness! Dripping Droplets of Delightful Dudes! Crackling Cinnamon Kisses, Kris Kringle!!!!!! Within two pages I was thinking, "What have I gotten myself into?

Happy Holidays!!!!!!!!! View all 23 comments. Well, I thought I was going to get a sweet little holiday read. Tim was depressing in the beginning and Noel was just a mean ass. I think it was just too short for me to really believe in the two of them. Noel does come around but as I said, it was just too short to make me like him. I liked the writing and it really had the potential to be much better if it was longer.

View all 8 comments. Dec 06, Heller rated it really liked it Shelves: mm-fantasy , mm-holidays. Incredibly adorable and sweet but never overly so, just like the right amount of marshmallows in the hot chocolate kind of sweet. I loved all the characters. I'm still grinning thinking about this book.

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Dec 01, Ami rated it liked it Shelves: mm-romance-or-erotica , mm-fantasy-pnr-futuristic-scifi. I was so used to Ms. Cochet's historical stories, that this story took me by surprised because it was a fantasy albeit one that was familiar myth. The beginning was a bit rough for me to follow; again because I wasn't expecting a fantasy. It started with Tim being grumpy because he was alone at the office filing invoices. I needed a time to adjust my frame of mind, which put a halt on my enjoyment of reading the story. Tim was a runt, though his father was a heroic toy soldier and his mother was one of the most beautiful sugarplum fairies, Tim didn't possess the right skill or feature to be a hero.

But he actually cared for Noel, his supervisor, even if he made Tim's life miserable. Noel, well. Noel was a jerk at first. He seemed to have it at Tim. But you know how it is, that can be a sign of true love? Turns out that Noel held a secret Because of that, Noel didn't think he was good enough for Tim.

The secondary love story between Rudy and Jack Frost, who have been together for more than two centuries was sweet. Added with a sort of conspiracy to kill Jack Frost, in which Tim and Noel ended up helping both Jack and Rudy to uncover the bad guys, it added the sense of adventure to this romance-fantasy. Again, it was a different offer from Ms. I appreciate the idea. But since it didn't go as smoothly for me to enjoy it, that I suffered from all the confusions, it wasn't enough for my idea of 4-stars reading. PS: No sex. Those who are looking for smut, you will be disappointed. Nov 20, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: mm-holiday-loving.

Tim is the sweetest elf ever! Smiles, goodness, and clumsy cuteness aplenty. I want to smother him with kisses! One nippy, snow covered night of danger and mystery send Tim and Noel to places they only dreamed of though. I loved this holiday-ish world filled with magic, gingerbread, elves, Kringles, toy soldiers, and more. Charlie Cochet creates a land alive with color, smells, and flavors.

I could smell and taste the peppermint juleps, cinnamon swirls, and hot cocoa. See the reds and silvers sparkle. Feel the soft robes and warm fires on my skin. I always want more! Pure holiday love and joy! Nov 30, Macky rated it really liked it. Fun with a little twinkle of elf intrigue, some elftastic romance and a dollop of festive fun What's not to love.

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Ho ho ho! Nov 17, Susan rated it really liked it. I mean, all I could picture when I was reading a story about elves and living in the North Pole and working for Mayor Kringle was those old school clay-mation holiday films and how everyone looks miniaturized. And having done that, I wanted to hug it. I mean, I get why he was so grumpy. And I think he crossed it with Tim. But Tim, I could hug and squeeze, and hang out with all day long.

So yay for this one! View 1 comment. Shelves: audible , gifty , mm-rereads , all-time-favorite-mm , completely-charming , merry-jizzmas , mm-series. Noel has some issues and he was an angry elf. I was surprised the author was able to make me like him in the end. Great world building and I totally bought into the whole North Pole life.

I also immediately bought the sequel. Highly recommended and fun read. ETA - Go listen to the audiobook, like right now! Dec 15, Audrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: man-love , nom-nom-nom-nom-nom-nom-favorites. I adored this book. Grumpy elves. The North Pole. Rudy the Rein Dear. This story basically exploded in Santa jizz all over my Kindle, and I adored every moment of it. The worldbuilding in this story is so fun with cute turns of phrases and clever little plays on words for the various persons and magical beings who inhabit the North Pole and make the magic of Christmas possible.

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I just loved stepping into the fantasy world of the North Pole that Mending Noel creates so effortlessly. The M 4. The MC elves were initially a little hard to warm up to for me. We're first introduced to Tim, the beleaguered and down-on-himself office elf who doesn't do anything remotely cool like the cookie bakers or the toy makers.

No, he's an office elf, and to make things worse, his boss Noel treats Tim like Noel has received a coal in his stocking every damn year. Poor Tim. The beauty of this story is that, even though I wasn't warming up too much to Tim OR Noel, the way they resolve their differences -- and the reasons for said differences -- was totally believable in a magical fairy tale kind of way. I even got a little choked up and teary eyed when I found out why poor Noel was behaving the way he was. It was so sweet, and the way Tim handled everything was even sweeter. Hey, it's a Christmas story, and I can like 'em sticky-sweet if I want to!

Mending Noel is a clean romance. That is to say, there are kisses and some light petting, but nothing happens below the belt. I was a little bummed because call me a perv! I wanted to see some hot elf-on-elf action. Alas, I had to make do with my imagination. Even so, this story was perfect for the holidays and a wonderful addition to my Santa jizz arsenal.

Highly recommended for those who like their stories sweet and fantastical! Review first posted at Boy Meets Boy Reviews. Dec 06, Deeze rated it really liked it Shelves: december-reading , more-story-than-sex , quick-easy-reads. Loved the word play and the magical setting. Tim is adorable and Noel is rather funny when he is being all grumpy, although I didn't like him in the beginning. I look forward to reading more in this series. ETA I love this setting. View all 12 comments. This short Christmas novella was all I could have hoped it to be.

The author has created a jolly, fun world to set these stories in and the first was a truly stunning tale. Tim and Noel's story was a joy to read and I can't wait to read the rest of the series! What awesome Christmas fun! View all 4 comments. Hi folks! I just wanted to add a little comment for you all so this story doesn't catch you off guard. My apologies to those wondering what the heck is going on. Mending Noel isn't historical. It's just a sweet, fun little Christmas story with elves that takes place at the North Pole.

I know, how'd I go from s to elves? It sort of just happened. I promise I'm still continuing with the historicals, because I love them so, but I'll also be branching out into other genres because I enjoy them t Hi folks! I promise I'm still continuing with the historicals, because I love them so, but I'll also be branching out into other genres because I enjoy them too. Sorry for the lack of warning. Things have a way of making sense in my head, and then I forget you all don't live in my crazy. View all 6 comments. Dec 25, Sheri rated it liked it. Sparkly tinsel treat.

Giddy and light-hearted with a guarantee of holiday giggles. They begin with a bumpy relationship that tosses them into a sticky situation. Lots of fluff, lots of cheese, and lots of fun. Adorable characters and amusing descriptions wrapped into a cute holiday novella. Grab a cup of cocoa and enjoy this cheerful and amusing Christmassy tale. Dec 25, Camille Adams rated it really liked it Shelves: m-m-rom-erotica , fantasy-sci-fi. This was very cute and made me smile. It reminds me a lot of another Xmas book I can't recall the title to for the life of me.

That elf thought his boss hated him too. Anyway, this was a sweet read. I fucking loved this short story. It was so wonderful that soon I am going to buy the other five books. Dec 06, DaisyGirl rated it it was ok Shelves: december-holidays , i-dont-own , romance-fantasy , genre-romance , m-m. Tim is a clerk and Noel is his supervisor. Once friends or at least on friendly terms , the two now spend their work days antagonizing each other. Well, this was certainly different. Charlie Cochet's twist on the Christmas happenings up at the North Pole make for an interesting story.

I liked Tim and Noel. I felt for Tim and I was a little pissed at Noel for being so pissy. When we discover the reason for Noel's childish behavior, it makes sense but I felt like smacking him in the head nonetheless. What is he, like three? Outing the bad toy soldiers and the Mouse King's hoodlum was entertaining. Rudy and Jack Frost's coming out was sweet. Bottom line: a charming twist on the Christmas elves at the North Pole. Dec 04, Stephanie rated it really liked it Shelves: mm. This book was so adorable and different.

I love Tim and grew to love Noel.