- Breathless Press
- Release Date
- December 2010
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance
Santa hears all your wishes and makes them come true. Especially when they're naughty¡¦because naughty can be nice.
Legal guardian Brenna O¡¯Brien didn¡¯t expect to become a single mom, especially of sevenyear- old twins with troubles. What she needs is a good dose of sexual pleasure to swipe all her emotional burdens away.
Kris Kringle, Jr. doesn¡¯t want to fill in for his dad. But when he meets a lovely lady at a Christmas party, he changes his mind; he wouldn¡¯t mind filling her¡¦stocking. One wish is all it takes for the sexy Santa she met to appear in her living room, wearing nothing but his boots, his red velvet hat and a silver bow.
Because at Christmas, all heartfelt wishes can come true.
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Dec 16, 2010 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
139 people found the following review helpful
A fun twist on Santa's theme, this time, with his son as Santa...
Through the machinations of his mother, Kris Kringle took over his father's, Santa, job for a day while Santa recuperated from a bum knee. Kris met an attractive woman for whom he has the hots, and before long, he found himself buck naked in her room, after she wished for him. Soon, he became involved in her life, which includes a niece who was dying from cancer and another niece who got her heart broken when Santa didn't deliver her wish...
NAUGHTY CAN BE NICE is a quick, sexy read for the holidays with surprising depth. The passion between Brenna and Kris was hot and explosive, and the lengths to which Kris would go to for this woman was both touching and heart-melting. Love and its power was depicted here, and I don't just mean the love between a man and a woman, but also that of parents for their son, an aunt for her nieces and a little girl for her sister.
Being an immortal, it probably wasn't that much of a stretch for Kris to know that Brenna's "the one" after such a short encounter, but I didn't feel there was enough basis for Brenna to feel the same way. In that sense, this story would've benefitted from a longer length for more emotional development between the characters.
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