Aspen Mountain Press
Rating: 4 Cups
It is Christmas Eve, and Meg is facing another lonely Christmas and wondering how to get out of her best friend’s fix up. She is a survivor of an abusive relationship but even after that, she longs for a man to submit to.
Brad and his twin brother, Shane have an erotic toy business. Shane is suffering from unrequited love, but Brad has not yet found that special submissive, and now they are stuck in a small town on Christmas Eve.
A sudden snow storm strands librarian Meg and twins Brad and Shane in the library for the holiday. The brothers have brought some interesting toys along with them on their way to a convention, and Meg is just the girl to try them out on. Meg’s Christmas is definitely going to be better than last year.
I really liked this story. The author has created characters that are sympathetic and likable, and the love scenes are erotically inventive. There is a lot of story packed into a small package here, and enough background to get to know the characters and their situations. Meg and Brad’s love story adds depth to this very sensual tale.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More