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  • Posted January 27, 2013

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    NYT best-selling author Lori Foster has a reputation for writing

    NYT best-selling author Lori Foster has a reputation for writing deliciously hot yet heartfelt chick lit-y kind of contemporary romance material, and she lives up to her reputation with this series of four Christmas novellas.

    In He Sees You When You’re Sleeping, Booker Dean has had his neighbor Frances on his mind for months, and vice versa. They’ve been “friends,” but each has been involved with other people. In under 50 pages, Foster manages both a sweet love story and a hot consummation.

    Parker Ross is a jaded detective, and Lily Donaldson seems to be a sappy, warmhearted, do-gooder in White Knight Christmas. Lily manages to wake more than the Christmas spirit in Parker.

    Do You Hear What I Hear is another story that involves a police professional, this time a member of the SWAT team. Ozzie Decker suspects his sister-in-law’s sister, Marci, of not only being a kook (she claims to be an animal psychic), but a donkey thief.

    I loved the story. The tension between Ozzie and Marci is perfect, the sex is hot, and the humor is wonderful. It turns out Marci did indeed steal the donkey from the manger scene, but for the best of reasons, and Ozzie is not compromised in his profession by helping her return him to his proper owners (the donkey’s not Ozzie’s).

    The last story in the quartet is The Christmas Present, and it’s a lovely way to close the book. Beth Monroe has had payback sex with her ex-fiance’s best friend. At least, that’s all it was supposed to be, but for Levi it was more than that. Beth has run away to her families roadside motel, but to her initial surprise, Levi has followed her. This is a hard premise to pull off, because on the one hand, it highly resembles too fast rebound sex, and on the other, stalking Foster pulls it off and makes it look like long disguised true love.

    All in all, this book makes a great stocking stuffer, or even under the tree.

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  • Posted December 11, 2009

    Awesome book!

    I Love Lori Foster! She writes such great books and this one is no differnt. It was a good book for Christmas time and a quick read! It story had a good plot and lots of hot romance! I'll be reading this book every year for Christmas!! :)

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