On the Naughty List by Lori Foster, Carly Phillips, Sugar Jamison, Beth Ciotta

Lori Foster has two co-workers plan a Christmas party side-by-side-and discover a love worth celebrating in Christmas Bonus

Carly Phillips explores a "mistletoe moment" when a no-nonsense lawyer intent on seducing her boss meets his twin instead--and gives him a scintillating kiss that leaves him begging for more in Naughty Under the Mistletoe.
In Sugar Jamison’s Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas, former wild child Dina Gregory returns home to New York to find the father of her young son. Instead, she finds his stuffy older brother, Ben. Ben can’t help but admire her tenacity—and her bold beauty. Could it be that Dina has reignited his Christmas spirit?
Beth Ciotta brings two friends who, after years apart, together at home for the holidays. They don’t seem to have much in common anymore, but when the two get stranded together during a blizzard, they are forced to reexamine if they are better off as "just friends"? Or could it be that true love was there all along? in Some Kind of Wonderful.

Review:
Christmas romance stories are so captivated that it makes the read so much better. In Christmas Bonus by Lori Foster, we get to read about two co-worker fall in love with each other. They both experience a loss that it will rock their world. They will both realize that they are meant for each other when they go to worker holiday party. "Mistletoe Moment" has so much funny moments that you just want to keep reading. Those two character definitely have so much spark between them that they will have a naughty Christmas.  "Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas" has so much romance that I wanted to keep reading until the end. Sugar Jamison definitely knew how to write the perfect Christmas story. "Some kind of Wonderful" had a good story but it needed a little more chemistry between the character so the story could be compelling. Overall, the stories had so much Christmas mood that you just want to Christmas to come. 

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