This time of year, the number one Google search in my site traffic analytics is for “naked firemen”? Why? Well they’re hot, first off, but why this time of year in
particular? You got me. Maybe it’s all those fundraising calendars featuring shirtless firefighters on the market. Who knows. All I do know is, I’ve got your naked firemen right here!
The next holiday read from my backlist that I’m featuring in my countdown to Christmas reading is NICE & NAUGHTY. One of the three stories in the trilogy features one of my favorite holidays–Black Friday. Then it goes through the rest of the crazy season leading up to Christmas. There are the aforementioned firemen, but also a billionaire retail mogul trying to pretend he’s a regular joe to get a woman’s attention. There’s a heroine with something to hide, and another heroine who needs to get away and hide. With three stories and three hot heroes, there is something for everyone, all self-contained in this interconnecting trilogy.
NICE & NAUGHTY
What’s better than a fireman? Twelve of them, naked, on the pages of your calendar.
The hot firemen you loved in Opposites Attract are back with their friends, but now they’re wearing a lot less clothing and heating up the holidays like never before. Be prepared for secret identities, a sizzling calendar shoot, smoldering bachelor firemen up for auction, sexy Santas and a whole lot more!
Secret Recipe: A famous lifestyle maven who secretly can’t cook? Good thing a sizzling hot fireman/calendar model knows his way around the kitchen and is there to rescue her and her charity event from certain disaster. If they detour to the bedroom on the way to the kitchen, even better.
Mr. December: When the real December calendar man gets sick, a rich department store owner has to step in for him and play Santa. Once he meets the pretty lady photographer sent to cover the event, things really start to heat up. The only problem is, she has no idea who he really is, and he’s not all that keen on telling her.
Can’t Buy Me Love: What do you get when you take one over-worked caterer on the brink of a nervous breakdown and add a hunky fireman for sale at the charity bachelor auction she’s catering? You get a woman who finally finds the one gift to buy herself that she’s never going to want to return.
If you love the old black-and-white classic holiday movies such as Christmas in Connecticut, Shop Around the Corner (the precursor to the more recent You’ve Got Mail) and Holiday Inn, you’ll love the three Nice & Naughty stories they inspired.
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