Review: Analog to Digital by Posy Roberts

Etanalog to digitalhan has been telling lies. Deep down he longs for a deeper commitment, but Toby is allergic to marriage. He has to find a way to accept what he has or risk losing Toby entirely. But there might yet be hope for a Christmas miracle.

All Ethan wants is more time…
Ethan has been telling lies. He says he’s happy with the status quo, but deep down he longs for a deepe
r commitment with Toby. So spending Christmas Eve at his sister’s vow renewal is the last thing on his wish list.

Witnessing everything he wants up close and personal makes him ache for more, but he knows Toby is allergic to marriage. Ethan has to decide: admit he wants more and risk losing Toby or find a way to live with what he’s got.

But there might yet be hope for a Christmas miracle.

Also available in the paperback All I Want by Posy Roberts.


My Review:

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ + half a star 🙂

Analog to Digital is a sweet, short holiday story by Posy Roberts. I think the fact that it is short is what makes it work so well.

The characters are adorable, and the story is very fluffy, but at the same time a bit tense. I was worried when Toby kept disappearing during the days, but the ending made the worry worth it.

Toby is great with old things, and Ethan is more…a typical every-day, too-busy, overworked person. Toby somehow manages to leave it all behind in the store.

Them going to Ethan’s sister vow renewal felt a bit weird, especially as Toby was so pushy about it, but it worked out well in the end.

I liked the contrasts in the book in a way, the conflicting emotions it brought up, and the over-all plot was nice. The dummies should have just communicating a bit better 😀


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