New York Times best seller Eric Jerome Dickey revisits the scene of his holiday romp Naughty or Nice, featuring the McBroom sisters, whose romantic adventures make for a white (hot) Christmas.
Listeners first met the McBroom sisters in Eric Jerome Dickey's New York Times best seller Naughty or Nice. In the highly anticipated sequel, Naughtier than Nice, we find out what happens on the other side of the fairy tale.
The lives of Frankie, Tommie, and Olivia (Livvy) haven't turned out quite as planned. Frankie has a pair of stalkers. The life that Tommie had dreamed of having with Blue has become anything but perfect, and Olivia, despite her efforts, hasn't been able to get over the psychological barrier caused by her husband's affair in Naughty or Nice.
Frankie's life has taken on an element of danger, and she calls upon Driver, an ex-con who first appears in Dickey's Drive Me Crazy, to bail her out of a potentially life-threatening situation, but that is a secret she has kept from her sisters.
Tommie and Blue are now engaged, but due to something her more-mature love has done, the wedding is indefinitely on hold. As Blue and Tommie remain the perfect couple in public, Tommie has found herself physically attracted to a younger man. But that is a secret she has kept from her sisters.
Livvy is trying to recapture the adventure she had during her revenge affair. She is seldom intimate with her husband, Tony, but when she has relations with him, it is by her rules and under certain conditions - it has to be a ménage à trois. But that is a secret she has kept from her sisters.
Though the sisters are as close as any sisters could be, none wants the other two to know the dark secrets she is hiding. And during this season, all of the McBroom sisters are naughtier than nice.
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I'm a huge EJD fan but something about this one didn't completely do it for me. I liked the plot but I think the story line was just too drawn out. You knew how it was going to play out chapters before it happened.
The narration was good but it sounded a bit computerized at some point. This being my first experience with audible, I don't know if that is normal so I would hold it against them. As for the story, I have to give some background. I was a Huge EJD fan back in the day. Had all of his books and went to as many book signings as possible. I stopped reading his books because I didn't like the direction he was going with the Erotica Noire. I enjoyed the Gideon series, but Pleasure was too much for me. I'm not a prude, but it seemed a bit unrealistic for me. Many of my friends told me that Naughtier than Nice went back to the old formula a bit so I decided to check it out. I was very pleased and may check out a couple of the other books I've missed over the past couple of years. I couldn't give it more than three stars because it dragged on for a couple of chapters and the "twist" at the end seemed a bit far fetched.
Very entertaining. I didn't read the first book but I will be getting it now. I listened to this book day & night. I loved it!! The only problem with this audio was the woman who narrated Frankie's role. OMG it was horrible! Many times I wanted to skip through her part & I would have done so if this book wasn't so good. I will never listen to a book she narrates
"Love love love"
One off my favourite author love listening and reading his books loved the storyline had my jaw dropping a few time as well bur great
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