A collection of four previously released novellas from Lori Foster, Carly Phillips, Sugar Jamison and Beth Ciotta, these little stories will bring a bit of holiday cheer to your afternoon. Most striking is the flavor that each author brings to their story, complete in their voice and solid characterizations, giving readers a sense of the A author’s style and story development.
Each couple is well-developed and defined, with pacing that feel appropriate to the story and their relationship, and from steamy to hot: they do deliver. A nice variety with different issues, concerns and impediments to their ultimate joining, these stories will feel familiar and possible.
It’s still SO early in the season to be thinking holiday stories, but this early entrant is sure to be a favorite of many, and a wonderful way for readers unfamiliar with one or more of the authors to find a new source to feed their romance addictions.
Title: On the Naughty List
Author: Lori Foster, Carly Phillips
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Holiday Themed
Published by: St. Martin's Press
Published on: 14 October, 2014
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
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The most wonderful time of the year is back with On The Naughty List, bringing perennial favorite holiday stories from Lori Foster and Carly Phillips, along with two Christmas stories that delighted readers a year ago. This sexy anthology will make you want to give your heart to Christmas again and again…
Lori Foster has two co-workers plan a Christmas party side-by-side-and discover a love worth celebrating in Christmas Bonus
Carly Phillips explores a "mistletoe moment" when a no-nonsense lawyer intent on seducing her boss meets his twin instead--and gives him a scintillating kiss that leaves him begging for more in Naughty Under the Mistletoe.
In Sugar Jamison’s Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas, former wild child Dina Gregory returns home to New York to find the father of her young son. Instead, she finds his stuffy older brother, Ben. Ben can’t help but admire her tenacity—and her bold beauty. Could it be that Dina has reignited his Christmas spirit?
Beth Ciotta brings two friends who, after years apart, together at home for the holidays. They don’t seem to have much in common anymore, but when the two get stranded together during a blizzard, they are forced to reexamine if they are better off as "just friends"? Or could it be that true love was there all along? in Some Kind of Wonderful.
A copy of this title was provided via Publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.