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Posted January 27, 2013
The collection opens with Unwrap Me by Susan Lyons. Jude¿s been
The collection opens with Unwrap Me by Susan Lyons. Jude’s been a Grinch about Christmas since she was eight, and discovered that to her bigamous daddy, she and her mom were just Plan B. Nick, a hot single firefighter, has always been part of a big family Christmas, but this year his parents have oddly decided to go on a cruise instead. When Nick’s sister-in-law decides to play matchmaker, sparks fly, and we’re not talking from the fireplace.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Nick is determined to make Jude reclaim her love of Christmas. If it takes a different style of condom for each day of Christmas so be it. On the fifth day of Christmas, glow-in-the-dark. This novella is sexy, sweet, and fun.
Melissa MacNeal’s Naughty Noelle is next. Noelle’s mother has decided that the perfect location for their Christmas holiday is a rented beach house. Make that an apartment. At the top of a long flight of stairs. No big deal, except that Mom is wearing a cast on her leg and can’t get up the stairs. Andy, a.k.a. Mr. Nice Guy in the Santa hat, gives Mama ride up the stairs, and Noelle a different kind of ride. And Mom finds a love interest of her own. Very sweet and satisfying, as well as very hot.
All She Craves For Christmas - Melissa Randall
The first two stories are written in third person, while All She Craves is written in first person. This takes a few moments to adjust, but this too is a sexy story. Anita, our heroine, faces competition in the form of Dylan’s pregnant ex-girlfriend Karen.
The sex scenes are hot, but personally, I had a hard time getting past the idea of dating someone - make that screwing someone, who has a possibly pregnant ex-girlfriend. Call me a fuddy-duddy, but I think that rebound relationships are a really, really bad idea, so I wasn’t able to appreciate this story the way the quality of the writing deserves.
The entire collection is wonderful, and I look forward to reading more material by all of these authors in the not-too-distant future.
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