A Very D Christmas (Zero at the Bone, #1.4) - Jane Seville I've read Zero at the Bone quite a few times but not for at least a year. It was nice getting back to Jack and D and seeing how far D has come from the ice cold killer to a man who's openly gay. Since this short story deals with D getting reacquainted with his sister and her family, it was sweet and special.

This short actually deals with two things. D finally getting in touch with the only family he has left and dealing with some issues D's thirteen year old nephew, Jesse, goes through.

It's a sweet, cute story that made me feel like I was getting closer to D and seeing more of who he's become because of Jack's careful attentions as well as seeing Jack mother-hen over D. It's a nice story, a bit too short, but I still enjoyed it.