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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

"His housekeeper or his Christmas present?"

A sweet holiday romance? No, not until the last chapter. A very sensual holiday romance with shocking secrets. In fact there were two of them in The Twelve Nights of Christmas by the extremely talented author Sarah Morgan. A heroine who was homeless and weeks earlier ha...
A sweet holiday romance? No, not until the last chapter. A very sensual holiday romance with shocking secrets. In fact there were two of them in The Twelve Nights of Christmas by the extremely talented author Sarah Morgan. A heroine who was homeless and weeks earlier had dumped her soon to be groom. And a dark and sexy alpha who hated Christmas! It was a very explosive combination.--------
Evie Anderson adored her grandfather and wanted to make him proud. When her parents died, her grandparents took her in and raised her and her grandfather was so proud of her job in London. After being dumped by her fiance just days before she was to be married, she also found out her landlord had changed the locks. Top it off with the billionaire Rico Laccarelli who owned the hotel where she worked was due to arrive at his penthouse suite in 24 hours. The hotel itself was one of the most expensive properties in the world. So she put her belongings in a plastic sack and off she trudged through the snow to the hotel, her clothing soaking wet. Evie had been hired to work in reception but was demoted due to her boss who had tried to kiss her and was now working in housekeeping. With it only being twelve days until Christmas, she was to decorate the huge tree in the penthouse, plus clean it. She stowed her personal belongings in the basement and went to get her instructions. Her nasty boss Carlos noted her state and told her to ready everything, take a hot shower and gave her permission to stay overnight and finish the details in the morning.--------
Rico Laccarelli before leaving for London met with his lawyer. They had a super-sensitive deal on the table which meant Rico had to be pure as the snow falling in London. His lawyer advised him "no women" and to keep a low profile for a few weeks. He could not afford to have the press publishing any stories about him being with any women. This deal was the most important thing in his life! He was a workaholic, hated Christmas but would never tell anyone why and he was going to arrive early at his London hotel, to shake things up a bit. He had plans to fire the man in charge, Carlos. The first found was the security was bad and there was a beautiful, curvy very naked redhead lying on top of his bed. He couldn't help himself, he kissed her and then a flash of a camera went off. Oh my God, what had he done? He was furious with Evie, he fired Carlos, and the very jealous head of housekeeping. He thought Evie was part of a plan to bring him down until a hotel employee confirmed she worked in housekeeping. Rico threatened Evie within an inch of her life if she left the hotel room until he got everything sorted.--------
What a mess and how would Rico take care of damage control? Evie was so frightened her "bottom" would appear in the tabloids and what that would do to her grandfather who was now in a nursing home. Rico wasn't going to let his "secret" deal go under so he came up with the idea that he and Evie had been seeing each other for the past six weeks and they were engaged to be married. He let the press think they had the upper hand when he took her shopping for a ring, to red carpet events, charity balls and made sure they were photographed kissing, touching and dancing. It was all a very clever plan until it somewhat backfired on them both because all of the pretending and touching led to them becoming intimate and unleashing their passion.--------
-------------------FOR T

posted by The-Ladies-Room on October 14, 2010

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Good read

This book was a bit uneven. I liked it but i didn't love it. I think it could have been great but the author wasn't sure what direction to take it in.

posted by 8555345 on November 30, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2014

    Dont waste your money!

    I really couldnt stand evie! She should have been grateful that there was someone willing to help her. Instead, she just whined!! I couldnt finish this story.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    Good read

    This book was a bit uneven. I liked it but i didn't love it. I think it could have been great but the author wasn't sure what direction to take it in.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 14, 2010

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    "His housekeeper or his Christmas present?"

    A sweet holiday romance? No, not until the last chapter. A very sensual holiday romance with shocking secrets. In fact there were two of them in The Twelve Nights of Christmas by the extremely talented author Sarah Morgan. A heroine who was homeless and weeks earlier had dumped her soon to be groom. And a dark and sexy alpha who hated Christmas! It was a very explosive combination.--------
    Evie Anderson adored her grandfather and wanted to make him proud. When her parents died, her grandparents took her in and raised her and her grandfather was so proud of her job in London. After being dumped by her fiance just days before she was to be married, she also found out her landlord had changed the locks. Top it off with the billionaire Rico Laccarelli who owned the hotel where she worked was due to arrive at his penthouse suite in 24 hours. The hotel itself was one of the most expensive properties in the world. So she put her belongings in a plastic sack and off she trudged through the snow to the hotel, her clothing soaking wet. Evie had been hired to work in reception but was demoted due to her boss who had tried to kiss her and was now working in housekeeping. With it only being twelve days until Christmas, she was to decorate the huge tree in the penthouse, plus clean it. She stowed her personal belongings in the basement and went to get her instructions. Her nasty boss Carlos noted her state and told her to ready everything, take a hot shower and gave her permission to stay overnight and finish the details in the morning.--------
    Rico Laccarelli before leaving for London met with his lawyer. They had a super-sensitive deal on the table which meant Rico had to be pure as the snow falling in London. His lawyer advised him "no women" and to keep a low profile for a few weeks. He could not afford to have the press publishing any stories about him being with any women. This deal was the most important thing in his life! He was a workaholic, hated Christmas but would never tell anyone why and he was going to arrive early at his London hotel, to shake things up a bit. He had plans to fire the man in charge, Carlos. The first found was the security was bad and there was a beautiful, curvy very naked redhead lying on top of his bed. He couldn't help himself, he kissed her and then a flash of a camera went off. Oh my God, what had he done? He was furious with Evie, he fired Carlos, and the very jealous head of housekeeping. He thought Evie was part of a plan to bring him down until a hotel employee confirmed she worked in housekeeping. Rico threatened Evie within an inch of her life if she left the hotel room until he got everything sorted.--------
    What a mess and how would Rico take care of damage control? Evie was so frightened her "bottom" would appear in the tabloids and what that would do to her grandfather who was now in a nursing home. Rico wasn't going to let his "secret" deal go under so he came up with the idea that he and Evie had been seeing each other for the past six weeks and they were engaged to be married. He let the press think they had the upper hand when he took her shopping for a ring, to red carpet events, charity balls and made sure they were photographed kissing, touching and dancing. It was all a very clever plan until it somewhat backfired on them both because all of the pretending and touching led to them becoming intimate and unleashing their passion.--------
    -------------------FOR T

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2015

    Boring

    By page 60 nothing had happened other than them getting caught in a compromising situation and then having an endless discussion about it. I was forced to skim after that and there was a little more action but the book was all over the place and felt so forced. I would not recommend this book or this author to anyone. I wish I could rate this book 0 stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2015

    Excellant Get a drink and enjoy

    Sarah Morgan did it again. Don't hesitate as you will miss out on pleasure and relaxation. Pudgie

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  • Posted December 19, 2014

    Recommend

    Good read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2014

    Gross words

    Hsddseddd

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2014

    What next? After erotica seasonal theme

    What can be more trashy for holidays than this mooning santa on lawn?

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2013

    Loved it

    Truly great story you'll love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2013

    Funny

    It was a very funny, I really recomand this book to everyone who likes Sarah Morgan

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