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Transplanted Southerner Aiden Jones was looking forward to spending Christmas in Montana with her best friend, Jenna. She almost made it - until the snowstorm hit. Now she's stuck for goodness knows how long at some expensive resort in the middle of nowhere.
Looks like one sweet, sassy Southerner is headed straight to the top of their Christmas wish list.
Warning: This book packs some serious heat. Hot enough to warm your frosty toes. Snuggle up with some hot chocolate and prepare to melt for this sweet holiday menage romance. Not responsible if the smoke alarm goes off.
Rated "Oh my goodness" for explicit language and erotica. For mature listeners, 18 and older.
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By Nina on 04-12-17
Don't judge a book by its cover!
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This book clearly falls into the category “don’t judge a book by its cover”. I was given an audio book copy in exchange for my unbiased review and I have to admit that I would have probably completely overlooked it with the inconspicuous cover of a Christmas ornament. I would never have expected that beneath it hides such a sizzle and passion and eroticism…
This book clearly falls into the erotica genre. It surely also contains romance, although that definitely does not prevail. While the threesome share a bond that goes beyond purely sexual attraction, the story is exactly focused on that: sex, sex, sex!
I believe that there is leeway for another book about these three, which could delve deeper into the romance genre and develop their relationship further. Without giving too much away I just want to say that the story felt kind of incomplete to me. For it to be called an erotic romance it just does not have the right ending – apart from that, even though this book oozes out sex, they have not covered all of its possibilities – not by a long shot. Cough, cough.
I loved how Tank and Gunner eased Aiden into this whole being with two guys thing – there was no rushing straight to the deed right from the start, instead there was lots and lots of talking and light caresses and just watching and wanting each other involved, especially at the beginning. My heartbeat even might have been a little faster than usual at some of these points. It was sexual and hot and sensual even when not involving the sexual act itself.
There was one thing I absolutely adored Aiden for: her blunt and unfiltered honesty – she always spoke what was on her mind, with no hidden agenda at all, which I found incredibly refreshing. But there were times her southern slang – too much “y’all” for my liking – really granted on my nerves… Also the whole book seems to have centered on how tight and small Aiden is and how hard (no pun intended) it will be for the two guys to fit… Half of the sexy scenes seemed to be them preparing Aiden to take them. Or that she reacts to each and every caress, no matter where, like a volcano. I found all of that being a little too much and over the top.
Kalinda Little did an amazing job with the story. I don’t think it is easy to narrate a story that is basically all sex and grunting and moaning. Oh, and not to forget the dirty talk…
All in all I really liked the story – but if you, like me, choose the audio book and tend to listen to it on your drive to and from work –, you maybe should think that idea over for a second :) :)