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Jennifer’s Weekly Reads for December 17 – 23, 2012

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“Mackenzie Family Christmas: The Perfect Gift” by Jennifer Ashley (ebook)
This is a novella about a family Christmas for Jennifer Ashley’s Mackenzie family. This is a fabulous read for fans of the series, as all of the Mackenzie brothers, their wives and their children are at Hart’s for the holidays. Ian has a large role in this story which might be my favorite part of this one.

 

“Binding Agreement” by Pam McKenna (ebook)
This is a story with a Dom hero with some serious emotional baggage. I enjoyed this one although I did find it hard to warm up to the hero. He is emotionally distant during his initial meeting with the heroine. I felt as if she should’ve needed a bit more from him to fall in love.

 

“His and Hers and Hers” by Nona Raines (ebook, review copy)
See review

 

 

“One Hit Wonder” by Elyssa Patrick (ebook, review copy)
See review

 

“The Fetish Box, Part 1” by Nicole Camden (ebook, review copy, edelweiss)
Review to come

 

“Four for Christmas” by R.G. Alexander (ebook)
During a snowstorm, Georgia ends up snowed in with three, hunky men. The four get down and dirty with each other while Georgia tries to deal with her growing emotional attachment to all three. This was a fun and sexy, holiday read.

 

“Mystic Cowboy” by Sarah M. Anderson (ebook, review copy)
Review to come

 

“Wicked All the Way” by Shayla Black (ebook)
This is a self-published novella from Black’s Wicked Lovers series. Logan, Hunter and Kimber’s dad Caleb finally gets his happily ever after with Carlotta. This relationship started in one of the Wicked Lovers books. This is a great novella despite the fact that Caleb actually uses the word molasses to describe Carlotta’s lady passage. Weird.

 

“The Italian” by Lisa Marie Rice (ebook)
This is a novella in which Jamie, a young artist, falls in love with Stefano, an Italian judge working to incarcerate a very evil man. I enjoyed the novella, although will say the ending seemed incredibly abrupt. Stefano kills the bad guy, saves Jamie’s grandfather and boom – happily ever after. Also, the hero of this one spends time mulling over the fact that he hasn’t had to take matters into his own hands for years and years and years. He’s been celibate for three years, but has to break his dry, self-love spell after meeting the heroine. I find this so odd.

 

“Thrown by a Curve” by Jaci Burton (review copy)
Review to come

 

“Rush” by Maya Banks (review copy)
Review to come

 

“Aftershock” by Jill Sorenson (ebook, review copy)
Review to come

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