“Bearing All” by Tiffinie Helmer (ebook)
A CIA assassin travels to Alaska to take out a former Russian spy – a former spy with whom she once shared a night of passion. After reading Helmer’s “Moosed-Up,” I couldn’t pass up this one – and it was free. This one is cute, spy story, but one with a bit of an edge. It is a very readable story.
“Red Hot Holiday” anthology including “Wish List” by K.A. Mitchell, “I Need You for Christmas” by Leah Braemel, and “Breath on Embers” by Anne Calhoun (ebook, review copy, NetGalley)
“Fall Into You” by Roni Loren (ebook, review copy, NetGalley)
Review to come, but this book made me so happy. I’ve been waiting for Grant’s story, and it more than lived up to my expectations.
“To Wed a Rake” by Eloisa James (ebook)
When Kerr, a British Earl, quotes Shakespeare at a London event, he hurts his long-standing fiancé. Emma travels to London in order to make Kerr eat his words by pretending to be a French widow. I loved the premise. This is a very witty story – and much of it is told through a series of letters.
“Secret Santa Sir” by Katharine Kingston (ebook)
In this one, Maggie gets a naughty gift from a Secret Santa asking for her submission. Thus follows, 12 days of kinky Christmas fun as Maggie’s Secret Santa reveals his fetishes and identity to the woman he loves. I enjoyed this one. The hero is a nerdy, but hot IT guy who loves to be in control This one is very heavy on the spanking.
“By Private Invitation” by Stephanie Julian (review copy)
Review to come.
“The Lady Most Willing . . .” a novel in three parts by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James and Connie Brockway (review copy)
Review to come.