All I Want For Christmas by Liliana Hart
Date Read: December 2012
Two New Christmas Stories by Liliana Hart
Naughty or Nice
A blizzard leaves Kate Carson stranded in Chicago on Christmas Eve. When she finds she’s without a place to stay for the night, billionaire Derek Worth tempts her with an offer she can’t refuse, and she finds out it’s a lot easier to stay warm being naughty instead of nice.
A MacKenzie Christmas
Grant MacKenzie is ready to settle down and start a family. The only problem is the one woman he’s interested in doesn’t seem to be ready for the long haul. But fate lends Grant a helping hand in getting exactly what he wants under his Christmas tree.
Publisher: Liliana Hart
Also by this author that I have reviewed: Whiskey Sour, Whiskey For Breakfast br> br>
Overall Rating: 3.00
Story Rating: 2.50
Character Rating: 3.50
Part of my 25 Books for the Holidays for 2012
Quick Review for a very quick read: All I Want for Christmas is two really short stories in one book. I think they both were done as well as they could be in the short amount of time Liliana had to tell the story. I just think it is me and novellas–I always want more and just can’t feel a connection. It takes awhile for me to warm up to characters. These were both incredibly sexy though and the second story was my favorite! If you are looking for a very short, very sexy read for the Christmas–this may be for you!
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