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Naughty or Nice?

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  • Anonymous

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  • Posted December 9, 2010

    Enjoyable

    I especially liked Love Bytes - I wanted more of their story!

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  • Posted September 22, 2009

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    Another good Christmas Romance Compilation

    This is just a good book for those who enjoy romance novels and love Christmas! It's a quck, easy read and is great for weekends where you just want to be indoors feeling warm and cozy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2002

    One for One

    I like Sherrilyn Kenyon's story the best of the four in this holiday-themed collection, although all four stories were rather prosaic. There really weren't any surprises. The characters were engaging, but by no means unique, and the endings were predictable. These four writers are skilled storytellers and I liked their writing. All in all, Naughty or Nice is an entertaining read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2001

    Wonderful reading here!

    Four novellas in one book. Each one is a story of how love was found between two special people. <BR><BR> The first story is <I>'Santa, Baby' by Patricia Ryan.</I> Jack O'Leary is a P.I. hired by a woman to lure Katherine Peale away from her husband. <BR><BR> The second story (my personal favorite) is <I>'Love Bytes' by Sherrilyn Kenyon.</I> Samantha Parker falls in love with her computer genius boss, Adrian Cole. <BR><BR> The third story is <I>'Naughty Under The Mistletoe' by Carly Phillips.</I> In this hot story Antonia Larson decided to make her move on her boss while they were under the mistletoe. Instead, her move was made on the twin brother, Maxwell Corbin! <BR><BR> And last, but definitely not least, is <I>'A Christmas Charade' by Kathryn Smith.</I> This story is the only one set in the past. It is set in 1815 during war time for England and France. It is also the only story set among danger! Elizabeth Vail is a spy who rescues Garrett Maxwell from a French prison. <BR><BR> **** See? I told you each story was special! Perfect reading for a special time of year. Hold these four delectable men within the palms of your hands and I do not believe you will be disappointed! **** </p><BR> Reviewed by Detra Fitch

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Engaging holiday anthology

    >¿Santa Baby¿ by Patricia Ryan. After informing his client Celeste Worth that her husband has a lover, she hires him to steal said woman away from her spouse. Thus private sleuth Jack O¿Leary begins a different case than the usual cheating scenario. Jack is to entice Katherine Peale to leave Worth alone, but his web of lies becomes entangled with love. <P>¿Love Bytes¿ by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Samantha Parker loves her team leader Adrian Cole, but to her he only notices her as an employee. Adrian struggles between his desires to jump Sam¿s bones and the company policy forbidding dating between management and staff. <P>¿Naughty Under the Mistletoe¿ by Carly Phillips. Office protocol has kept attorney Toni Larson from seducing Stephen Corbin until this year¿s office Christmas Party because she will relocate after the holiday. When she deeply kisses her target under the mistletoe, she realizes she obfuscated with Max the non-compliant twin of Stephen who burns her soul. <P>¿A Christmas Charade¿ by Kathryn Smith. In 1815 Viscount Garrett Maxwell expects to die from his incarceration in France until widow, Eliza Vail rescues him. On the ship crossing the Channel, Eliza and Garrett give in to their needs and make love. They plan to meet again, but she fails to arrive. Eight months later at his sister¿s home, Garrett finds the woman who has haunted his soul, but can he persuade her they belong together. <P>The three contemporaries and the Regency are all well-written entertaining Yuletide novellas that make for nice holiday reading. <P>Harriet Klausner

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