When Nicholas James draws Stephanie Martin's name in their law firm's Secret Santa exchange he knows he's in for a merry Christmas - if he can figure out what to give the woman he's wanted for months. When he works late and finds a crumpled piece of paper listing Steph's personal wish list, he knows he's in luck. Because all Steph wants for Christmas is him, in a number of naughty ways. And not-so-saintly Nick is going to make every one of her carnal wishes come true.
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It was just the right length and had a very good, BELIEVABLE story for such a short story. Good erotic love scenes too.
Yes, it's what all girls day dream about.
Sondra knight did a great job with all the characters.
Happy and it made me laugh because it's a cute story.
Perfect for Christmas
This short story was outrageously, shockingly perfect. It will definitely get you in a festive mood for the holidays!
Day’s Christmas tale is ridiculously captivating. She uses extremely vivid descriptions to draw you further and further into this tale. The narrator does a brilliant job with this tale. She heightens the story to an extent that you can’t help but love it. She takes the very vivid, brilliant descriptions that Day has set forth and makes them pop.
The main characters are very well developed for a novella. You come to know and love them. The way that they interact with each other and with the supporting cast allows you to know them on an even deeper level.
Overall, this was a brilliant, heart-warming tale that automatically puts you in the Christmas spirit. It’s a quick short read (or listen) that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.
Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review.
After starting this book adventure based on my long drives, it has become an obsession, a method for relaxation and enjoyment.
Seriously... Don't! The sex wasn't even that hot ... Not worth a penny and I am a huge Sylvia Day fan. Narrator was AWESOME! Just bad material to work with.
I have read several Sylvia Day books
There were a couple of twists. The narrator.
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