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Save a Horse, Ride a CowBOY: The Great Mistletoe Hunt by BeCullen

Sometimes Jasper would rather ride a boy than his faithful steed...

*sings* It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Since Christmas is quickly approaching, I thought I’d rec Christmas stories for Save a Horse, Ride a CowBOY during the month of December. :)

Your first yuletide treat is The Great Mistletoe Hunt by BeCullen.

I first read this o/s around this time last year (it was actually posted on ff.net a year ago today) and instantly loved it! In the story, best friends, Jasper and Edward, are out in the woods, shotguns in hand, hunting mistletoe. It’s a tradition Jasper has participated in since he was a child, and after his parents’ death he decided to take his best friend out and show him how it’s done. Poor Edward is completely out of his element, having grown up in the city and never holding a gun in his life.

After spotting a few clusters of mistletoe high in a tree, Jasper asks Edward if he would like shoot it down. He immediately declines, but Jasper convinces him he should try at least once….and he’d help him. *wink wink* Jasper stands behind Edward, chest to Edward’s back, and slowly (and seductively) walks him through the process. When the gun is fired, mistletoe rains down upon the boys. It is at that moment that Jasper decides to take the plunge and make his feelings known by saying, “We shouldn’t waste perfectly good mistletoe. It’s tradition.” And boy does he take advantage of that particular tradition! *swoon*

This is a delightful story that will warm your heart and definitely get you in the mood for the holidays! Please give this story a try. It’s definitely worth your while!

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12/13/11

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