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Not So Tiny Tim

Not So Tiny Tim

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by Robin L. Rotham
Blinded to the Present...Avoiding the Future...Running from the Past

The Smutketeers Present: A Kinky Christmas Carol!

The Knight Family is a wealthy, powerful Chicago clan that knows everything there is to know about making money—but they have plenty to learn about love. In this three series novella—Eden Bradley's Getting Scrooged,


Blinded to the Present...Avoiding the Future...Running from the Past

The Smutketeers Present: A Kinky Christmas Carol!

The Knight Family is a wealthy, powerful Chicago clan that knows everything there is to know about making money—but they have plenty to learn about love. In this three series novella—Eden Bradley's Getting Scrooged, Robin L Rotham's Not So Tiny Tim and R.G. Alexander's Marley in Chains—you’ll meet Holly Knight, her nephew Tim, and her cousin Marley Knight-Williams as they face their ghosts, fulfill their fantasies and finally discover the magic of Christmas.

Avoiding the future…

Video game mogul, philanthropist and heir to the Knight empire, Tim Crichton has three F-zones—the friend zone, the family zone, and the, er… fun-buddy zone. No crossover is allowed because it might create a fourth—the forever zone—and Tim knows forever just isn’t in the cards for him.

Miranda Girard has always known she and Tim were meant to be together, but when she got tired of waiting and made a move, he rejected her. Now it’s time for their Christmas reunion dinner and she’s damn well going to put on a happy face and attend—after she stops at the bar for a little liquid courage.

Peter Vaughn can’t wait for his new house to be finished so he can move out of Tim’s apartment—living with a man he wants and can’t have gets old quick. But work on the house has ground to a halt and he’s stuck there until after the new year.

It all seems hopeless until a jolly old doorman nudges Peter and Miranda together, and a little Christmas magic quickly escalates to a scorching holiday encounter that will either rescue Tim from a lonely future…or cost him the two most important people in his life.

Reader Advisory: Contains 30% more cheese and 20% less kink than your usual Robin L. Rotham fare. (It’s Christmas, people!) Also contains ménage, m/m, mild BDSM elements, four ice-skates, three lovebirds, two black towers, and a doorman with a plan.

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Robin L. Rotham
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The Smutketeers Present...A Kinky Christmas Carol , #2
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Meet the Author

When I complained of being bored the summer before 7th grade, my mother (who worked at a bookstore at the time) handed me a stripped copy of Victoria Holt's The Shivering Sands--and I was hooked. I became a voracious reader and an aspiring author, bringing home stacks of books from the library every single week. The next year, I did a school report on Ms. Holt and wrote to her asking for information. In reply, she sent me an autographed photo and a lovely two-page hand-written letter in which she encouraged me to follow my writing dreams. Sadly, both the photo and the letter were lost over many moves, but my writing dreams remained.

At 14, I tried to write my first two romances. The first was about a federal agent masquerading as a bank robber, and a smart-mouthed customer who drove a custom baby blue Trans Am named Shark. The "robber" stole Shark as his getaway vehicle and the heroine, Nicki, dove in beside him. That was as far as I got--I could never see beyond their flying down the highway bickering as they were chased by bad guys.

The second was a hot mess of an erotic Gothic paranormal involving an eighteen-year-old governess and the sixteen-year-old eldest son of the house, who made quite inappropriate advances toward her via astral projection while she slept. I wrote 100 pages front and back--in pencil--before I hit that I HATE point in the story and shoved it under my bed. When I retrieved it two years later, the lead was so smeared I couldn't read it. The End.

After that, I set my dream aside to address the more practical matters in life--matters like eating and putting a roof over my head. It took finding my own hero to reignite my passion for romance writing. More than 25 years after my last attempt, I bought a used laptop on eBay and wrote my first erotic romance. So far I've written eight books and have at least that many more planned.

Mr Robin and I have been married for seventeen years, we live on a farm and have three wonderful kids. I love to hear from readers, so don't be timid about dropping by my website (robinlrotham.com) or blog (robinlrotham.blogspot.com) to say hi!

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Not So Tiny Tim 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
KittyKelly28 More than 1 year ago
As posted on The Smutty Kitty 4.5 out of 5 Licks I really enjoyed this book! I always enjoy when the characters are funny and laugh during stressful or nerve-wracking times-like sex can be. These three are meant to be together. I absolutely love when there is one person in the relationship is fighting it tooth and nail. Tim has a past that is keeping him from committing to anyone long-term. Miranda and Peter are determined to break his will and boy is it fun watching them do it!! There is very light BDSM in this one that does leave you wanting for a bit more. Miranda made me laugh out loud several times throughout this book. She has such a fun spirit and that doesn't change at all in the bedroom or livingroom for that matter. ;) I hate to admit that this is the first book by Robin that I have read but I can say for certain it won't be the last! If you want a fun kinky Christmas story with lots of fun, love, and some steamy sex this is it!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hot**** intrigued**** entertaining*** nice plot
Lise_Horton More than 1 year ago
Robin Rothman's novella, part of a linked trilogy of reimagined Christmas Carol stories, is a terrific read, a great example of how a good writer can craft a wonderfully rich story that includes well-rounded, likeable characters with strong motivation and conflicts, as well as hot hot sexual interludes in a threesome. The major conflict that is keeping the three protagonists apart is a poignant one and the HEA resolution very satisfying. I've not read much M/M/F erotic romance, but Rothman's convinced me I've been missing out on some great romance. I'll be back for more.
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jennifer & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog This was another fun Christmas read. ~Under the Covers In the second of The Smutketeers Present: A Kinky Christmas Carol three story novella, we meet Tim Crichton, a video game entrepreneur who keeps his distance from love. He’s not interested in any “forever’ scenarios and guards his heart accordingly. Miranda Girard has loved Tim for what SEEMS like forever! When she finally gets up the courage to show him how she feels, Tim puts on the brakes and Miranda is mortified. When she runs into Tim’s temporary roommate and friend, Peter Vaughn, at a bar one night, they make a plan to stir some jealousy at their upcoming reunion dinner. Little do they know that Tim’s resistance has worn thin and his feelings for both Miranda AND Peter are becoming difficult not to act upon. Peter and Miranda have some serious chemistry of their own. When the three of them get together, it’s anything goes! This was another fun Christmas read. I felt for Miranda, her embarrassment in Tim’s rejection and her need to spark some jealousy with the sexy Peter Vaughn. Peter is a dominant in his own right and watching him and Miranda play was hot by itself. She has a secret of her own that she’d rather not come to light. When Tim is thrown into the mix is when the heat turns up. The m/m/f threesome has a little bit of everything and the dirty talk is super sexy. I really enjoyed learning about Tim’s past and his reason for keeping his distance in relationships. It was authentic and touching. Overall, a very satisfying and erotic Christmas novella with a nice HEA. *Review copy provided by author