'Tis the Season to Get Lucky
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'Tis the Season to Get Lucky (Entangled Indulgence) by Heidi Rice
Unlucky-in-love PR manager Kate Braithwaite doesn't think her Christmas could get any suckier. Until a trip into work on Christmas Day leaves her snowbound in the Fifth Avenue department store with her boss's far-too-tempting playboy son Ryder Sinclair. Ryder's rugged, reckless and none too pleased to be stuck in a place he hates with an uptight workaholic like Kate—but as the night draws on, the lights go out and the temperature rises, until they're both wondering is this the season to get lucky?
A Holiday Must Read!
I received this book for review from the publisher and the author. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review.
You’ll find that you’ll get a little jealous of how Kate and Ryder spend their Christmas. This would be a great read for Christmas Eve. And what a great way to celebrate with your significant other – think role-playing. This story will have you smiling at the end. It’s a great holiday tale. It also has me wanting to check out some of her other books. This novella series is turning out to be a great holiday find.
There's just something about Ryder Sinclair!
With a crazy snow storm outside, Kate has to deal with her phobia of being afraid of the dark. When the lights go out she latches onto the first safe thing in her path, which happens to be Ryder Sinclair and of course, Ryder doesn't mind having a sexy voluptuous woman plastered to his chest, even if it is from fear. Kate and Ryder are stuck in his father's department store because there's a freak snow storm outside and of course, they make the best out of the situation. When the storm's over and they go their separate ways, will one night have been enough?
You must read this totally sexy Christmas story! I'm surprised the department store's windows weren't steamed up completely. I love the fact that Ryder's character unfolded so beautifully. He started out as the spoiled son of the owner (or so we thought) and ended up a fun, loving, serious-about-life, amazing father, kind of man. Thank you Heidi Rice for writing such an amazing, feel-good story. I definitely look forward to reading more from this author in the future!
I received a copy for an honest review.