Oh, Santa baby!
Turtle Island’s Yummy Santa contest is underway, and master of ceremonies Roni Templeman is ready to rock around the Christmas tree. After years of hiding the pain of loss behind her carefree lifestyle, she’s shocked to find one broad-shouldered contestant is much more than just a hot body. But is she ready to finally let someone unwrap her guarded heart?
Single dad (and gorgeous nerd) Lucas Alexander would do anything to help the charity that’s done so much to help him - even if that means stripping down and suiting up as a sexy Santa. His battle to keep his daughter healthy has been a long, lonely one, but in Roni he’s met the easy, breezy beach girl that he wants by his side. Now he has 12 days to prove to her that their love is worth the risk, and this Santa is determined to claim his Mrs. Claus.
©2014 Kim Law (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I normally like Kim Law's books, but I hated the first book in this series (Ex on the Beach) and the last Sugar Springs book. I thought that was it for me and Ms. Law's books. However, I have Kindle Unlimited and decided I could try again since it was basically free. Am I glad. I enjoyed "Hot Buttered Yum" and felt she's back on track and back in my 'author's to read' list. Personally, I'd skip the first book in the series and start with this one - you won't miss anything.
Yes, this is such a feel good romance.
The old lady next door! LOL
I did...Home sick in bed, and doing crafts I had my ear buds on all day...got frustrated when anyone tried to talk to me.
I grabbed this book because I'd just watched and enjoyed a movie on Netflix with a similar theme...this book was so much better! I enjoyed the twists, the light drama (no too much oh boo hoo poor me like some books) and Loved the ending! The narrator (Amy McFadden) did a wonderful job with the voices too - yes, I had to start the book over to include her in my review since she isn't credited!
To be honest I loved the idea of the book but haven't gotten beyond chapter two.
I will never again buy a book with an uncredited narrator. I have been caught out before and foolishly allowed myself to be distracted by the blurb for 'Hot Buttered Rum' and ignored the uncredited narrator.
She was dreadful. No voice tone - no ability to add character to the story. Simply awful.
Can't say - couldn't listen to enough of it to make that decision.
Not really only to say that commercially produced audiobooks should give all details - including narrator. If I don;t enjoy an author's books I don't red them - equally if I don't like a narrator, I will avoid listening to those books regardless of author.
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