Holiday Seduction by Kayla Perrin
Mikki Harper has just broken up with her boyfriend of two years and is out with her girls drowning her sorrows when she meets the most handsome guy she has ever laid eyes on. After a few drinks too many, Mikki ends up in bed with "Fairy" Barry. Barry Sanders turns out to be Mikki's safe, chubby, nerdy friend from high school. Boy has time been good to him! Once Mikki realizes what she has done, she quickly leaves Barry's hotel room thinking she will never see him again. Unfortunately fate was not so kind. Mikki runs into Barry again in Florida at her sister's wedding. During this time Mikki changes her image, the two of them make some startling realizations, and Mikki's ex comes to Florida to win her back. Hopefully it's not too late for everything to work out as it should.
Holiday Seduction is a good read by Kayla Perrin. It is a feel good story that draws you in. Perrin does a good job of developing the primary and secondary characters. She also does a good job of keeping the story flowing. Nice holiday read.
Her Holidays Gifts by Deborah Fletcher Mello
Restaurant/bakery owner Malisa Ivey finds herself in an awkward position when she gets locked inside of a cake box and delivered to the office of her handsome client, Gabriel Whitman. Gabriel could not believe the beautiful woman he just rescued from a cake box of all places. He and Malisa are drawn to each other immediately, and they decide to see where it could lead. There is only one problem: Gabriel's ex-wife and mother of his son. She is determined to get Gabriel back. Malisa is not sure she wants a ready made family, especially one with so much drama, but she quickly decides that Gabriel is a man worth fighting for.
Her Holiday Gifts was a good read by Deborah Fletcher Mello. Fletcher Mello does a great job of making the story flow without lagging moments and with character development. The only problem that I had with the story was the abrupt ending. The ex-wife causes all kinds of problems, there is a a brief conversation between Malisa and the ex-wife, and then Malisa is with Gabriel and his son. Problem solved! All the drama that is built up throughout the story and it gets resolved with a brief conversation. That was a little disappointing, but other than that, Her Holiday Gifts was a good story.