The Wrong Bed—But the Right Guy!
Ignited by Kimberly Van Meter
What do you do when a sexy, naked fireman gets into your bed? If you're Alexis Matheson, you freak out. But now she's snowed in with Layton Davis, and suddenly Alexis's best intentions to behave seem to have disappeared up the chimney. Because a hot 'n' naughty firefighter in her bed might be the best Christmas surprise ever…
Where There's Smoke by Liz Talley
Emma Rose Brent is sure she's dreaming when Erik Matheson, her bestie's Überhot older brother—who she's been crushing on for years—mistakenly slips into her bed, all gloriously naked. But Emma must have been a very good girl this year, because she's been given the best gift of all: the chance to be really, really bad…
Two hot and steamy novels inside one cover. Both of these stories are fun, filled with joyful, sexy banter. The stories are connected, telling how a sister and her firefighting brother found their love's for the Christmas with each other's best friend. The stories have 'happy for now' ending, and lots of sexy scenes.
In the first story, both Alexis and Layton have bad experiences with past romance, but the attraction between them is strong, and not something they can resist for a long. The only hitch on their way is Alexis' protective brother, who told Layton to keep his hands away from his sister. While they are preparing for Christmas and sharing their history, Layton and Alexis start to develop feelings for each other, and wonder, maybe facing Erik, and his protective streak, is worth the problem, to see where the sizzling attraction can take them.
In the second story, Where There's Smoke, Erik and Emma end up in a car accident, and spending a night in a deserted cabin in a middle of a snowstorm. With only wine, chocolate and cookies for a snack, they try to spend their time with a puzzle and strip poker. Erik is blown away by the adult Emma, whom he hasn't seen for seven years. She has developed into a beautiful lady, like right out of his dreams. To stay warm, they end up sharing their body heat, and that turns up into blazing fire in between them.
Both of these stories are fun and entertaining, sure heat up the pages, and put you in a holiday spirit
~ Four Spoons